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.

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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.

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This lanky man sneers as he draws his sword. Tiny horns and a barbed tail reveal that he is something more than human.

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.

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This lanky man sneers as he draws his sword. Tiny horns and a barbed tail reveal that he is something more than human.

Although their evil ancestors may be many generations removed, the taint lingers. Unlike half-fiends, tieflings are not predisposed to evil alignments and vary in alignment nearly as widely as full humans, though tieflings are certainly devious.[4] The celestial counterparts of tieflings are called aasimar.[5]

In many other ways tieflings are similar to humans physically. Tieflings are, on average, just as tall as humans, from 5'6" to 6'2" and weigh just a little bit heavier at 140 to 220 lbs. Tiefling skin is usually human-like in color, though extending past normal human colors into reddish hues as well. Tiefling hair is often the same color as human hair as well, though dark blue, red, or purple are also common shades among the race.[6] Although it is not always the case, tieflings tend to have better reflexes than their human kin. This, along with their natural propensity for hiding and deceit helps to give tieflings a reputation for thievery and duplicity.[2]

Some tieflings also have the ability to cast an ability similar to the darkness spell, though not all of the race exhibit this trait.[2]

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.

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Explore a wealth of new rules options for both players and Dungeon Masters in this supplement for the world’s greatest roleplaying game.

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This lanky man sneers as he draws his sword. Tiny horns and a barbed tail reveal that he is something more than human.

Although their evil ancestors may be many generations removed, the taint lingers. Unlike half-fiends, tieflings are not predisposed to evil alignments and vary in alignment nearly as widely as full humans, though tieflings are certainly devious.[4] The celestial counterparts of tieflings are called aasimar.[5]

In many other ways tieflings are similar to humans physically. Tieflings are, on average, just as tall as humans, from 5'6" to 6'2" and weigh just a little bit heavier at 140 to 220 lbs. Tiefling skin is usually human-like in color, though extending past normal human colors into reddish hues as well. Tiefling hair is often the same color as human hair as well, though dark blue, red, or purple are also common shades among the race.[6] Although it is not always the case, tieflings tend to have better reflexes than their human kin. This, along with their natural propensity for hiding and deceit helps to give tieflings a reputation for thievery and duplicity.[2]

Some tieflings also have the ability to cast an ability similar to the darkness spell, though not all of the race exhibit this trait.[2]

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So im a new player to D&D and im loving it so far. My only concern is that my character will become bad at later levels. Im playing 5e as a cleric of the trickery domain. Now when I started up my GM was adamant that we don’t try to min/max it but I review the progression that my character can take, it looks like I’ve made a terrible character. My race is tiefling and my stats are

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