I used the Autofill Character Sheet that I posted [ here ] and used the suggested quick build from the Player’s Handboo k as a guide to fill in the information.

Changing the level will only update the next level XP goal, the proficiency bonus and all of the fields that are effected by the changed proficiency bonus. You will have to make all other adjustments that may be needed for the new, higher level character.

I used the standard array [15, 14, 13, 12, 10, and 8] for ability scores. I placed the first two scores in the abilities as suggested in the Player’s Handbook for the quick build for the class, and I put the others where I thought best for the class. I then adjusted them based on the character’s race.

I used the Autofill Character Sheet that I posted [ here ] and used the suggested quick build from the Player’s Handboo k as a guide to fill in the information.

Changing the level will only update the next level XP goal, the proficiency bonus and all of the fields that are effected by the changed proficiency bonus. You will have to make all other adjustments that may be needed for the new, higher level character.

I used the standard array [15, 14, 13, 12, 10, and 8] for ability scores. I placed the first two scores in the abilities as suggested in the Player’s Handbook for the quick build for the class, and I put the others where I thought best for the class. I then adjusted them based on the character’s race.

Like the title says, I updated the cleric’s and paladin’s overviews. I replaced the Death Spoiler with the actual Death Domain in the DMG, which got some features changed (like no more ignoring necrotic immunity) and I added the Oathbreaker.

Seriously, the only reason I could understand why those weren’t included in the PHB would be, that they weren’t ready that time.

When writing the wizard’s overview, I will include the Artificer Arcane Tradition, of course. This turned out to be great, since I’m in love with resource management and this Arcane Tradition makes a lot of use of it.

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So I am wanting to make a tiefling bard but can't think of a back story that would work any help would be appreciated. chaotic neutral is what I am imagining he would be.

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Patron: Unlike most clerics , fiendish vessels must pick either the god Asmodeus or one of the following archdevils, demon lords , or Horsemen as their patron. The table below describes some of the more common patrons.

I used the Autofill Character Sheet that I posted [ here ] and used the suggested quick build from the Player’s Handboo k as a guide to fill in the information.

Changing the level will only update the next level XP goal, the proficiency bonus and all of the fields that are effected by the changed proficiency bonus. You will have to make all other adjustments that may be needed for the new, higher level character.

I used the standard array [15, 14, 13, 12, 10, and 8] for ability scores. I placed the first two scores in the abilities as suggested in the Player’s Handbook for the quick build for the class, and I put the others where I thought best for the class. I then adjusted them based on the character’s race.

Like the title says, I updated the cleric’s and paladin’s overviews. I replaced the Death Spoiler with the actual Death Domain in the DMG, which got some features changed (like no more ignoring necrotic immunity) and I added the Oathbreaker.

Seriously, the only reason I could understand why those weren’t included in the PHB would be, that they weren’t ready that time.

When writing the wizard’s overview, I will include the Artificer Arcane Tradition, of course. This turned out to be great, since I’m in love with resource management and this Arcane Tradition makes a lot of use of it.

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So I am wanting to make a tiefling bard but can't think of a back story that would work any help would be appreciated. chaotic neutral is what I am imagining he would be.

I used the Autofill Character Sheet that I posted [ here ] and used the suggested quick build from the Player’s Handboo k as a guide to fill in the information.

Changing the level will only update the next level XP goal, the proficiency bonus and all of the fields that are effected by the changed proficiency bonus. You will have to make all other adjustments that may be needed for the new, higher level character.

I used the standard array [15, 14, 13, 12, 10, and 8] for ability scores. I placed the first two scores in the abilities as suggested in the Player’s Handbook for the quick build for the class, and I put the others where I thought best for the class. I then adjusted them based on the character’s race.

Like the title says, I updated the cleric’s and paladin’s overviews. I replaced the Death Spoiler with the actual Death Domain in the DMG, which got some features changed (like no more ignoring necrotic immunity) and I added the Oathbreaker.

Seriously, the only reason I could understand why those weren’t included in the PHB would be, that they weren’t ready that time.

When writing the wizard’s overview, I will include the Artificer Arcane Tradition, of course. This turned out to be great, since I’m in love with resource management and this Arcane Tradition makes a lot of use of it.

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