Last Guy in the Airlock
That's not how Multiclassing works in 5E mate.Channel Divinity: both cleric used; paladin not.
Aura: +5 to all saves for those w/in 10' radius
Cleric 1 (4)
Cleric 2 (3) X
Cleric 3 (3) XXX
Cleric 4 (3) XXX
Cleric 5 (1)
Paladin 1 (4)
Paladin 2 (2)
Thanks. -- I didn't re-read the section. I usually don't multiclass. Will fix.That's not how Multiclassing works in 5E mate.
Your caster levels stack and your channel divinities dont.
You have the slots of a 12th level cleric (9 from Cleric and 1/2 of 6 from Paladin) and 2 x channel divinities per short rest (and you've used both).
4th - Cast Death Ward on the Sorcerer,Can you confirm the slots you have used (including the 2 x 3rds you recovered).
It doesnt seem to add up.
Alvin almost finishes his sentence, a single tear building in the corner of his eye, before he breaks.
"No," he says firmly, "Lathander would never want this. This can't be what he means. Dawn is a process, something that grows slowly at first until it seems it is already past. The Morningbringer would never want such a commitment."
He turns to his companions. "Forgive me -- I lost myself there. But I am back again."
Back to the Devil: "First, tell me your name, so that I may promise true."
But is is such a small price to pay Mortal. Such a small price for such a large reward...He waits, and listens. The name probably should mean something to him, but it does not. He says the name, solemnly, and continues, "I accept your first offer, but not the second. If it is within my power, when I leave this plane, it shall be with you, and thereby you shall have your freedom."
Alvin reaches out to receive the parchment. He has never been so close to the undead without reaching for his blade, but he does not.
He takes the parchment in his hand, and begins to read. "Dawnbringer help me," he says under his breath. Never has he felt in greater need.