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Would adding the standard cantrip damage scaling to Shillelagh only for single-class druids be unbalanced?

Even without getting into feats like polearm master and spells like haste, shillelagh lets you add your wisdom modifier to the damage - which is something no other cantrip lets you do (though some ...
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Would adding the standard cantrip damage scaling to Shillelagh only for single-class druids be unbalanced?

Yes, it is imbalanced When selecting spells players have a limited number of choices. You only get 4 cantrips over your entire druiding life - at 5th level you only have 3 of them! You want to buff ...
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Would adding the standard cantrip damage scaling to Shillelagh only for single-class druids be unbalanced?

Alleviate balance concerns by copying existing weapon cantrips The printed version of Shillelagh is cast as a bonus action and then applies to all attacks with the weapon for the next minute. As I ...
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Would adding the standard cantrip damage scaling to Shillelagh only for single-class druids be unbalanced?

Even without using special things such as haste or polearm master to grant extra attacks. Shillelagh is unique in regards to other cantrips in the fact it allows the damage to be applied as a reaction ...
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