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Suggestions are in bold, pros/cons and personal experiences are underneath each. 1. Allowing only a certain tier or tier range. For example, running a 'Tier 3 only' game or 'Tiers 3 and 4 only' game. This can result in an a knee-jerk reaction ("What, so there's no Clerics/Wizards at all? That doesn't make sense/this is supposed to be D&D! It's not ...


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Anything a Hexblade can do, a properly optimized Warlock can do better. The problem is that not every Warlock is properly built and thus, for some, a Hexblade may be better than a non-optimized Warlock. Generally speaking, Hexblades are probably better for newer players (particularly in the Heroic tier) although the one Hexblade kit that does necrotic ...


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There is no official clarification if this should be possible or not, so it will be subject to table variation, but lets take some things into consideration: I believe that summoning the flames and touching a creature are part of said Standard Action of Touch of Corruption, unless i am mistaken. That ability is supposedly similar to Lay on Hands and should ...



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