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Unlikely to be a problem.

ThatThis is (arguably) exactly for what feats are for. You're adding a new mechanic to your character.

What are the main considerations when creating a new (anything, but in this case) feat?

  1. Does this "step on the toes" of another player?
    • unlessUnless there is an Arcane Trickster, probably not.
  2. Is this overpowered, i.e.- will it always get picked? (*cough* Lucky *cough*)
    • not evenNot everyone can even take it. Personally, I doubt I would.
  3. Is this fun / does this add anything?
    • This seems like something you've been aiming for and have found a way to be a sneaky conman.
  4. Does this detract anything from the game?
    • It's fairly safe to say that the ability itself isn't "bad" for the game, as it's already in the game.



Things to consider:

  • Class abilities as feats is potentially dangerous.
  • There is already a precedent with Magic Initiate and Martial Adept, though weaker than their base form
  • I would call it "Maged Legermain"Legerdemain"

Unlikely to be a problem.

That is (arguably) exactly for what feats are for. You're adding a new mechanic to your character.

What are the main considerations when creating a new (anything, but in this case) feat?

  1. Does this "step on the toes" of another player?
    • unless there is an Arcane Trickster, probably not
  2. Is this overpowered, i.e.- will it always get picked (*cough* Lucky *cough*)
    • not even everyone can take it. Personally, I doubt I would.
  3. Is this fun / does this add anything?
    • This seems like something you've been aiming for and have found a way to be a sneaky conman.
  4. Does this detract anything from the game?
    • It's fairly safe to say that the ability itself isn't "bad" for the game, as it's already in the game.



Things to consider:

  • Class abilities as feats is potentially dangerous.
  • There is already a precedent with Magic Initiate and Martial Adept, though weaker than their base form
  • I would call it "Maged Legermain"

Unlikely to be a problem.

This is (arguably) exactly for what feats are for. You're adding a new mechanic to your character.

What are the main considerations when creating a new (anything, but in this case) feat?

  1. Does this "step on the toes" of another player?
    • Unless there is an Arcane Trickster, probably not.
  2. Is this overpowered, i.e.- will it always get picked? (*cough* Lucky *cough*)
    • Not everyone can even take it. Personally, I doubt I would.
  3. Is this fun / does this add anything?
    • This seems like something you've been aiming for and have found a way to be a sneaky conman.
  4. Does this detract anything from the game?
    • It's fairly safe to say that the ability itself isn't "bad" for the game, as it's already in the game.



Things to consider:

  • Class abilities as feats is potentially dangerous.
  • There is already a precedent with Magic Initiate and Martial Adept, though weaker than their base form
  • I would call it "Maged Legerdemain"
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Unlikely to be a problem.

That is (arguably) exactly for what feats are for. You're adding a new mechanic to your character.

What are the main considerations when creating a new (anything, but in this case) feat?

  1. Does this "step on the toes" of another player?
    • unless there is an Arcane Trickster, probably not
  2. Is this overpowered, i.e.- will it always get picked (*cough* Lucky *cough*)
    • not even everyone can take it. Personally, I doubt I would.
  3. Is this fun / does this add anything?
    • This seems like something you've been aiming for and have found a way to be a sneaky conman.
  4. Does this detract anything from the game?
    • It's fairly safe to say that the ability itself isn't "bad" for the game, as it's already in the game.



Things to consider:

  • Class abilities as feats is potentially dangerous.
  • There is already a precedent with Magic Initiate and Martial Adept, though weaker than their base form
  • I would call it "Maged Legermain"