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In Force and Destiny, having a Mentor will reduce the cost of buying a new force power, but not any of the enhancements to that power. Having a Holocron may allow you to learn certain skills that the GM otherwise would not let you learn, and should give you access to one or two additional skills as Career Skills, so long as you have that Holocron. In the ...


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The general rule is that you can only take each feat once Page 165 Player's Handbook. You can take each feat only once, unless the feat's description says otherwise. The Magic Initiate feat does not list an exception to that rule which means you can only take it once. Except that the Magic Initiate feat encapsulates a choice of options. You have to ...


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It's all the same. The experience point cost to gain a level is always based on your total character level, as shown in the Character Advancement table in chapter 1, not your level in a particular class. (PHB, p. 163, "Multiclassing: Experience Points") The amount of XP you need to go from Fighter 3 to Fighter 4 is the same amount of XP you need to go ...


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So, not to sound obvious, but multiclassing as a Druid will increase your versatility the most. The Druid is a full caster with a nice variety of offensive, defensive, and utility spells. As well as the healing you mention. 1 level of Druid would give you 2 cantrips and access to all 1st level Druid spells. 2 would give you Wild Shape, after that it's pretty ...



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