I'm planning a new campaign setting which treats most magic use as a significant cultural taboo, unless used by trained and certified practitioners. Use of magic by untrained individuals is seen as very dangerous and unstable.
As a result, there are a number of professions specialized at hunting down and capturing (or killing) rogue magic users. This seems particularly suited for a ranger archetype.
That being said, I'm pretty inexperienced at homebrew classes. I tried to stay fairly close to the progression of the base Hunter archetype, but I'm having a hard time evaluating how strong some of the Hunter abilities are, since some are "always on" or situational abilities compared to limited use abilities in my homebrew.
Here's my archetype:
Stabilizing Words - At 3rd level, you can use your reaction to attempt to disrupt a spell. You may target a creature casting a spell within 30 feet of you. The target creature makes any applicable attack rolls for that spell with disadvantage. Any saves made to avoid the effects of that spell are made with advantage.
After using this ability, you must complete a short or long rest before using it again. You gain one extra use of this ability before requiring a short or long rest at levels 6, 9, and 12.
Disrupting Words - At 7th level, you may use your bonus action to attempt to strip a target of spell effects after making a successful melee attack on the target. This acts as if the spell Dispel Magic has been cast on the target using the ranger's Spellcasting ability.
Pronouncement of Redirection - At 11th level, you can use your reaction to change one target of a single spell you see being cast within 60 feet of you. The new target must be within 30 feet of you. You can only use this ability once per long rest. The spell you target must have a range of 5 feet or greater (includes touch spells altered by Distant Spell metamagic).
Grounded Reality - At 17th level, you have advantage on all saves you make against hostile spells or magic effects.
Is this Silencer homebrew ranger archetype balanced against the other published ranger archetypes?