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I think the most reasonable, and logical way around Dark Elf (Drow) Sunlight Sensitivity would be through the use of a FEAT. FEAT's are very powerful in 5e, and to have to use one just to be able to do what everybody else can already do is already a big disadvantage not to mention a possible loss to an ability score gain. Here's how I believe it could work: ...
No automatic armor proficiency for Neraphim As per the Neraphim description in the Planar Handbook (p. 12-13 reproduced on the Wizards archive), the Neraphim get no armor proficiencies just for being Neraphim. But natural armor But they do get +2 to AC from natural armor, as per the same entry, and can take armor proficiencies from classes or feats as ...
Outsiders get what ever armor proficiency is "described" for their race. I assume this statement is based on the description of the outsider type: Proficient with whatever type of armor (light, medium, or heavy) it is described as wearing, as well as all lighter types. Outsiders not indicated as wearing armor are not proficient with armor. This ...
You would have four cantrips. The general rule is that features from your race, class, archetype, or whatever, are additional to one another. Features do not stack only when explicitly noted by the rules.
It's an additional cantrip. In the case you're proposing, your High Elf Cleric would know 3 Cleric cantrips and 1 Wizard cantrip.
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