The Cleric Class – Articles highlighting and analyzing the Cleric class for player characters in D&D 5e. Feats, multiclassing, subclass advice, and more.

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The Best Cleric Feats: D&D 5e Godlike Feats Guide

Feats are powerful customizations when coupled appropriately with class abilities. Clerics are unique because they already have a lot going for them. I’m here to direct you to the feats that are worth your time.

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Fixing Class Capstone Features: D&D 5e Level-20 Revisions

Class capstones should be special and desirable. They’re the level-twenty culmination of many adventures and challenges. Capstones should feel legendary, but many don’t. I’ve reviewed each one to offer alternatives to meet expectations!

The Best Cleric Spells: D&D 5e Spells to Prepare

The Cleric spell list is fully available to any Cleric, and different Domains can receive additional spells from other classes as their Domain Spells. Since you don’t have to worry about which spells to learn, you have time to experiment with different spells to which ones work for you and your campaign. Though you can play a Cleric that suits your game, I’m here to give you 1d4 of Guidance regarding which spells will never let you down on your path of pious purpose.

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Cleric Multiclassing: D&D 5e Heavenly Guide

Your guide to Cleric multiclassing for unique character builds in Dungeons and Dragons Fifth Edition (D&D 5e). Multiclassing is daunting for new players to learn, but rewarding for experienced players. Aside from optimization, multiclassing allows you to bring unique characters to life with outside-the-box specialties. Multiclassing can be useful for roleplaying as well, so it’s not merely for min-max-style players. Review my recommendations to discover inspiration for your next character.

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