D&D 5E The Solution to Perception?


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My problem with that -- and advantage as a whole -- is that 1) if anything else grants them advantage (and it will as that's like the one mechanic PCs still have in terms of skills) being a banker means nothing and 2) being a baker doesn't actually make them better at being a baker than someone with a good stat and the random advantage boost.

I frankly like actual bonuses much, much better than advantage and think advantage should be used for extraordinary circumstances like magic

Do you have issue with the DM granting auto-success? The baker wants to find food and spices - if there’s no uncertainty and/or no meaningful consequence for failure, no roll necessary. Now being a baker means a whole heck of a lot.

Or auto failure? The non-baker wants to find food and spices - sorry, no soup for you!
 


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