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The Rogue Class – Articles highlighting and analyzing the Rogue class for player characters in D&D 5e. Feats, multiclassing, subclass advice, and more.
Welcome to Flutes’ sly guide for Rogue multiclassing character builds. Multiclassing allows you to build interesting concepts for unique characters with outside-the-box specialties. Multiclassing can be useful for roleplaying as well, so do not make the mistake of thinking this guide is only for min-max-style playstyles. I’m analyzing the Rogue class as both core and secondary within a multiclass build.
My first character was an Arcane Trickster, and he’s still one of my favorite characters I’ve ever played. I started out with the D&D Next play-test material, which did not have an Arcane Trickster option. I planned to multiclass as a Wizard because I always thought that was a cool option in Baldur’s Gate II: Shadows of Amn. But when D&D 5e officially released, I was ecstatic to see the Arcane Trickster option added, so I worked with my DM to rework my character to use the subclass (and also use the sweet Variant Human race option).