Class Analysis

Articles character classes analysis in D&D. You’ll find content about many classes, but some will focus on a single class.

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Order of Scribes Wizard D&D 5e: Analysis and Roleplaying

Tasha’s Cauldron of Everything describes the Order of the Scribes Wizard subclass as the most bookish of all Wizards. Every Wizard keeps a library card, but the Scribes are in the library every day! Here’s how to roleplay your Scribe Wizard.

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D&D 5e Barbarian Class Guide

Learn everything you need to know about playing and enjoying a D&D 5e Barbarian character. We cover feats, subclasses, tactics, and more.

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The Best Wizard Feats: D&D 5e Arcane Guide

I’ll direct you to feats that are worth your Wizardly time. Having feats spread out through several books can make it difficult to research and settle on which feats are best for a Wizard. I’ve summarized the best feats to enhance and expand your spell-slinging!

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Ascendant Dragon Monk Subclass Review: D&D 5e

A closer look at the Ascendant Dragon features and how these synergize with the Monk’s main class features, then review suitable feat, race, and multiclass options and finally combine these into some build concepts.

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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!

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