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So barbarian gives you Strength and Constitution; bear warrior gives you both but more. Assuming you still want to avoid multiclassing, feats are your only real options. Those probably should look something like this: City Brawler bonus feats: Improved Unarmed Strike, Two-Weapon Fighting Human bonus feat: Improved Grapple Extra Rage Power Attack ...


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So the hallmark of the bear warrior is a rather high Strength score, increased size, and some natural attacks, thanks to the bear forms he takes. It also requires Power Attack to enter. Since you’ll be using unarmed strikes and natural weapons, unfortunately this answer becomes required reading. Sad to say, the rules here are complicated. But they are ...


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The Boon Companion feat allows you to have an animal companion of up to 4 levels higher than your druid class level. However, it is limited to your character level...this means you could use this to make up for multiclassing, but wouldn't make it more powerful than your total character level. Not quite what you want, but I thought I'd mention it for ...


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I'm not sure if you could raise your animal companion level past your Druid level, but you could always be a Pack Lord Druid and take Boon Companion twice to buff the level of each companion, and have two max level companions until level 9. If you are an Aasimar, you could take the feat Celestial Servant to give your animal companions the celestial ...


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Unlikely to be the highest possible, but the highest typical 20th-level ability score, assuming you’re focusing on it, is 36: 18 base +2 racial +5 from levels +6 from enhancement bonuses +5 from wish or a manual For mental scores, there is also the +3 bonus you can receive for being venerable. These usually come with a −6 penalty to all physical ...


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The Ranger class has the best addition to damage with Colossus Slayer, Dueling, and Hunter's Mark added to your attacks: Monk weapon/Unarmed Strike (1d10) 5.5 damage Hunter's Mark (1d6) 3.5 Dexterity 5 Colossus Slayer (1d8) 4.5 Dueling 2 On your first Monk Weapon attack (it should be a monk weapon or else it won't proc Dueling) you get 20.5 damage (Sum ...


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Wood Elf: 35ft Base walking speed Monk 12 / Fighter 2 / Barbarian 6 Bonuses Monk 12: Unarmored Speed +20 Barbarian 6: Fast Movement +10 and with Eagle Totems, you can Dash as a bonus action without using Ki and enemies have disadvantage on opportunity attacks Fighter 2: Action Surge Transmuter's Stone: +10 Mobile Feat: +10 Longstrider: +10 Haste: ...


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I have few ideas based on your criteria but the best option really boils down to the situations the party finds themselves in and how the party functions in combat. Because of that, I'll list some options and give the pros and cons of each. Idea 1: Monk 17/Ranger 3 (Take Hunter's Mark, Dueling, and either Colossus Slayer or Horde Breaker) Possible ...


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My answer to what spells you should take for Crowd Control is definitely sleep. When you cast a spell that isn't a cantrip you generally want to end the encounter within a round for the first 3 levels. sleep does this in cases where you are against a single tough enemy or a horde of tiny pests. cantrips-wise you want vicious mockery and then one of the ...


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1) Yes, you dont need to have 9th level spell slots to use spell perfection, thats why some 6-level casters take it. You simply make your own "perfect" version of said spell. 2) When a text says "you have the ability to cast" it means you must have it as a spell known or be able to memorize it, items that allow casting it will not meet the requeriments. I ...


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You dont need multiclassing Starting as Fighter and than changing to Lore bard would be great, as it would give you heavy armor, but you lack the Strength. A Valor bard does not really benefit from multiclassing (probably a few levels of Rogue for DPR). Valor Bard is the better option for you You are right that the features of the Valor bard are not ...


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Simplest method: You want the Sorcerer Archetype False Priest At 9th level (or sooner with a Robe of Arcane Heritage) you gain the ability to preserve items or charges consumed when performing Use Magic Device for Divine Spell Trigger or Spell Completion by using a spell slot of 1 level higher. All this requires is a Scroll of Glyph of Warding (Clerical) ...


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Well, manuals allowed, you could use it an infinite number of times if you had a mirror of life trapping. Thus, you could have a nearly infinite AC.



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