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D&D Rebalanced: Classes and Subclasses

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Newly released on the DMs Guild, "D&D Rebalanced: Classes and Subclasses" contains over 100 pages of changes, updates, and reworks to the official classes and subclasses of 5e, making every class and subclass equally rewarding to play. Check it out and let me know what you think. I'm hopeful, if the book can gain some popularity we may be able to see some of these changes make it into the official 5.5 edition in 2024.

 

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Can you tell us a little of your design philosophy? And specifically, rebalanced for what?
Sure. The premise for this book was essentially that some class and subclass features have generally been seen as problematic. In some cases, these features are simply far too situational or underperforming to be exciting choices for players. In other cases, a lack of clarity in the original text can lead to abuse cases or misunderstanding the intended mechanics of a feature. The amount of changes each class or subclass received was based on the needs to correct for these issues. Some subclasses needed no adjustments at all, while others required a complete overhaul. In the end, the goal was to make every class and subclass equally rewarding to play, and I think the 445 changes made help to make that goal a reality.
 

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