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This would probably be a little too powerful, for the cost of a feat (Armor Proficiency: Chainmail) it would grant classes that normally use Leather or Hide armor a +4 - +8 to AC (depending on level), most feats that boost AC seems to usually only give a +1 or +2. In general classes that use light armor are able to have an adequate AC with some combination ...


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'Balance' covers more than just 'balance', if you see what I mean It's a good thing to ask whether your creation balanced, as in whether it is more or less powerful than existing options. But there's also the question of balance as in 'is a good addition?', 'is it out of place?' 'is it useful?', 'could it even have been published in 5e in the first ...


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Like many things in the BoVD, yes, this spell is horribly dysfunctional. There's no rules coverage for a lot of obvious consequences of the spell's use, and what rules there are are at best unclear and at worst contradictory. Focusing on the part of the spell text that deals with the actual casting and not the aftermath: Soul Shackles Necromancy ...



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