Hello adventures of all shapes and sizes! Welcome to my spellbook and thank you so much for clicked on the 51st episode of our feat 5e series. Today we’re going to be taking a look at one of the simplest yet most customizable feats in the entire game.
Today we’re going to be taking a look at skilled dnd 5e feat. This feat has found in the player’s handbook so we should all have access to it and honestly it’s really good. I’ll explain why and a little bit here. In the meantime let’s take a look at the description.
First and foremost there is no prerequisite for this feat. Meaning anyone of any race, class, skill set or ability can take it. No problem and the description is a super simple one.
Depending upon your choice you can gain the proficiency in any combination of three skills or tools.
Not really a whole lot to dissect there but let me explain it to you a little bit better down in the walkthrough section.
Needless to say there’s a huge amount of customization you can take. I would also make argument that this applies to game sets as well. So essentially just pick three. Try to go with the ones that work best for your character or in the campaign and setting your in.
I mean stealth is always a solid choice persuasion, always a solid choice perception, always a solid choice investigation likewise those are probably the better ones of the skills to picked.
But ultimately whatever you’re using the most of tools you know these tools are a really solid choice to pick with this, masons tools can use great effect, navigator tools if you’re on a seafaring journey, leatherworker like honestly there is a ton of them. That being said, let’s take a look at my personal thoughts on it.
In terms of who benefits most? you know any class that doesn’t get a huge amount of expertise. So i can really see a lot of wizards benefiting from this and make them far more well-rounded characters as well as some fighters and the barbarians to various degrees as well.
I could really see getting a lot out of them. It really adds an extra dimension to your character as a whole and because of that i really really like it.
It’s also a way you can kind of change up your character midway through the game and it makes sense from a thematic standpoint as well.
That being said! if you have any crazy alternative uses or ideas or comments or build ideas or combinations please let me know down in the comments as well if you have any cool stories involving this feat.
I’d really like to hear what you guys have to say i love reading them and i know everyone else checking this article does as well. That being said have a great day and as always happy adventuring.