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    Pixie in the Playground
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    Default Warlord class (WIP, seeking feedback)

    As you can see this is currently very early and unfinished, and im just seeking feedback on what is already there. My core concept for this class mechanically is that it would be nearly useless on its own, but acts as a sort of force multiplier within a group. Any and all feedback suggestions and ideas will be welcomed.

    Warlord
    Level Proficiency Bonus Features War Dice Tactics
    1st +2 War Dice, Harry, Inspire 1+int D6 -
    2nd +2 Tactics, Leadership, Path of War 1+int D6 2
    3rd +2 Flanking, Commanding Voice 1+int D6 2
    4th +2 Ability Score Improvement 1+int D6 2
    5th +3 Commanders Strike, Bolster Spirits 1+int D6 3
    6th +3 Path Ability, Air of Authority 1+int D8 3
    7th +3 - 1+int D8 4
    8th +3 Ability Score Improvement, Student of War 1+int D8 4
    9th +4 - 2+int D8 5
    10th +4 Cunning Diversion 2+int D8 5
    11th +4 Path Ability 2+int D8 5
    12th +4 Ability Score Improvement 2+int D10 6
    13th +5 Scholar of War 2+int D10 6
    14th +5 Rallying Call 2+int D10 6
    15th +5 - 2+int D10 7
    16th +5 Ability Score Improvement 2+int D10 7
    17th +6 Path Ability 2+int D10 7
    18th +6 - 3+int D12 8
    19th +6 Ability Score Improvement 3+int D12 8
    20th +6 Master of War 3+int D12 8

    HIT POINTS
    Hit Dice: 1D10 per warlord level
    Hit Points at 1st Level: 10 + your Constitution modifier
    Hit Points at Higher Levels: 1D10 (or 6) + your Constitution modifier per warlord level after 1st

    PROFICIENCIES
    Armor: Light armor, medium armor, heavy armor, shields
    Weapons: Simple weapons, martial weapons
    Tools: None

    Saving Throws: Constitution, Intelligence
    Skills: Choose three from Athletics, Deception, History, Insight, Intimidation, Medicine, Perception, Persuasion

    EQUIPMENT
    You start with the following equipment, in addition to the equipment granted by your background
    • (a) any martial weapon and a shield or (b) a Halberd
    • (a) Leather armor and a Longbow and a quiver of 20 arrows or (b) Chain armor
    • (a) An explorer’s pack or (b) a dungeoneer's pack


    War Dice
    At the first level a warlord gains a number of war dice. These are used to fuel the warlords various leadership and tactic abilities, A warlord has a number of war dice equal to 1 plus his Intelligence bonus, an gains an extra at the 9th, and 17th levels. All of a warlord's war dice are replenished on every Long rest, and during short rests a warlord recovers War dice equal to half his Proficiency score.

    Harry
    Starting at the first level, a warlord will often draw attention to themselves, with threatening or distracting motions, in order to weaken an enemies Focus. As a reaction, when a foe the warlord threatens in melee makes an ability check, or an attack roll against someone other than the warlord, the warlord may roll a War Die, and subtract the result from the targets roll.

    Inspire
    Starting at the first level, a warlord will often Inspire great feats and marks of confidence in those around them in times of need. Whenever a creature who can see and hear the warlord makes an ability check, saving throw or attack roll, the warlord may roll a War Die and add the result to the targets roll.

    Path of war
    At the Second level a warlord must choose his path he shall walk down, either the wise general outsmarting and outmaneuvering a foe to claim victory before the battle starts, or the Fiery Captain, Igniting a passion and determination in their allies to overcome any foe. At the second, sixth, eleventh and seventeenth levels, a warlord gains an ability based on his chosen path, detailed at the end of this class.

    Tactics
    A warlords long study and research have brought him mastery over the battlefield allowing him to predict and control the movements of both enemies and allies. He has also learned how to inspire and guide troops under him, drawing on their inner strength to achieve to certain victory. A warlord gains access to his first two Tactics at the second level, and learns a new tactic at specific levels, as shown by the Tactics column of the warlord table.

    Flanking
    At the third level a warlord becomes Apt at holding an enemies attention, creating openings for allies. As Long as you have at least one War Dice remaining, you may use your bonus action to draw the attention of an opponent who you threaten in melee; Providing advantage to the first melee attack made against that creature before their turn. In addition you may spend a war dice when doing so to create a wider opening, allowing any create who threatens the target to immediately use their reaction to attack them. You may use this ability up to your Inelegance between long rests.

    Commanding Voice
    At the third level a Warlord becomes able to project their voice outward, forcefully and clearly surpassing any chaos or commotion that may surround him. The warlords voice can be heard perfectly for up to 200 feet and any intended target(s) of the message know it was meant for them. A warlord can project a (charisma) persuasion or a (charisma) Intimidate check over distance with this ability, and may gain an advantage for doing so if they spend a war Die.

    Ability Score Improvement
    When you reach 4th level, and again at 8th, 12th, 16th, and 19th level, you can increase one ability score of your choice by 2, or you can increase two ability scores of your choice by 1. As normal, you can’t increase an ability score above 20 using this feature.

    Commander’s Strike. Beginning at the 5th level, W hen you take the Attack action on your turn, you can use a bonus action to direct one of your companions to strike. W hen you do so, choose a friendly creature w ho can see or hear you and expend one war die. That creature can immediately use its reaction to make one weapon attack.

    Bolster Spirits
    When you reach the 5th level, you gain the ability to motivate and inspire those under you to fight onwards. By spending one of your War die you may invigorate an ally with the spirit to fight onward; Giving them temporary hit points equal to the roll of your war die plus your proficiency bonus. A creature can only gain the benefit of these temporary hit points once every long rest, and the temporary hit points fade after one hour if any still remain.

    Air of Authority
    At the Sixth level, a warlord radiates a nearly tangible presence of confidence and purpose. Those of lower station are unlikely to question his commands or motives, and he is granted advantage on intimidate and persuasion checks against those in his immediate area when asserting himself.

    Student of War
    At the eighth level, A warlord has become schooled in the signs, history and art of warfare and combat. He has the advantage on History (Inelegance) checks to identify a strategy or fighting style used by another creature. As well as on Medicine (Inelegance) to identify the cause and method of any physical wounds on a body or creature.

    Cunning Diversion
    At the tenth level you may make yourself an obvious target to foes. By spending a War die, you may roll an intimidate check contested by the foes Wisdom save. If you are successful you have captured your foes attention; they have disadvantage on perception against your allies,and on their next turn they must move to attack you if able. If a foe has been foiled by your cunning diversion in the past day, they have advantage on wisdom saves vs further attempts. A foe will not move through obviously hazardous terrain to reach you.

    Scholar of War
    At the thirteenth level a warlord masters the art at reading subtle tells and motions in their opponents. By spending an action and a War Die you may study a foe who you threaten in melee you can learn to read their face and movements, anticipating blows before they happen. And causing that foe to have disadvantage on any attack made against the warlord. This lasts for up to a Minuit.

    Rallying Call
    At the fourteenth level, a warlord can can bring hope and determination to all around him with a single forceful shout. As an action, a warlord may spend two War dice, to invigorate all allies within 100 feet that can see or hear the warlord producing one of two effects:
    • Determination: The warlord rolls both dice and takes the better roll, all effected allies gain that amount of temporary HP.
    • Zeal: All effected allies gain advantage on their next attack roll
    In either case the effect vanishes after 1 Minuit if any benefit still remains and the ability cannot be used again until the warlord completes a long rest.

    Master of War
    At the twentieth level a warlord has become a true Sage of war. By spending two war dice he may make an Insight roll against a foe or group in battle, to determine what their next action will be, even if they themselves do not already know it. This ability may be used once per short rest.


    CAPTAIN

    For some, War is a drama, a play of emotions and passion., of trials and tragedy. A grand performance through which life is played out. For them, War is an act of inspiration, a contest of heart and desire, and they seek to Put on the grandest show, weaving a tale of pain and determination, of insurmountable odds and eventual victory. To a captain, numbers and planning mean nothing when compared to the zeal and determination in a proud warriors heart, and he seeks to kindle that flame in any way he can.

    Unfailing Loyalty
    At the second level when a warlord becomes a captain he gains a lasting bond with his allies. When moving to the side of an ally he can move up to 20 feet further. Whats more he can ignore his own wounds and tend to his allies in down time, spending his Hit Dice to heal an ally during a short rest. And lastly no enchantment or magic can cloud a captains mind enough that he will make an attack roll against an ally.

    Symbol of Courage
    At the Sixth level, a Captain inspires courage and confidence in his companions. As long as the warlord remains conscious, all allies who can see and hear him have the advantage on saves to avoid becoming frightened, as well as on opposed checks against intimidation.

    Burning Determination
    At the eleventh level a Captain can ignites an overwhelming drive in his companions to grit their teeth and push onward. By spending one War dice he may restore a downed allie to conciousnous granting them a single HP and a number of temporary HP equal to the captains warlord level. This ability may only be used once between long rests.

    Blaze of Glory
    At the seventeenth Level a captain Can lead a group through any chaos unscathed. By spending three war dice a warlord grants himself and all allies who can see him resistance to all physical and elemental damage types and 1D6 extra damage on any weapon attack. The warlord maintains this, at the cost of an additional war die every turn, until the combat ends, he falls unconscious or his war dice are depleted.


    GENERAL

    For some, War is a magnificent game. A worldwide board of pieces to move and strategies to perfect. To them war is a science, which, through refinement and theory can be perfected. And they do seek to perfect it, to find a counter to every situation, to read through every move the opponent makes and to out-move and out-think any opponent, claiming their victory before the battle even starts. To a general a Battle is a match of wits, an ever changing puzzle, and the general strives for the day that they may always solve that puzzle without losing a single piece.

    Always Ready
    when a warlord chooses to become a General at the second level, he starts to prepare himself for anything. He has the advantage on perception checks to notice hiding enemies. He adds his proficiency bonus to his initiative and can chose to spend a war dice to remove the surprised condition from himself at the start of any battle.

    Clean Withdrawal
    At the seventh level a General must learn how to Fall back in the face of a bad situation. By spending a war die he may call for his allies to fall back, allowing all of them who can see and hear him to disengage without using an action on their next turn.

    Divide and Conquer
    WIP

    Know thy enemy
    At the Seventeenth level a general may begin devising counters and precautions against new threats mere moments after he encounters them. When a general sees an ability, spell, or special attack (but not a basic weapon attack) used, he may spend a war die to analyze and counter it. Afterward when that foe attempts to use that ability, if it is an attack they roll at a disadvantage, and if it is based on a save, your allies have the advantage against it. A General may have analyzed up to his Intelligence abilities at a time, and they are reset after a long rest.



    TACTICS

    Block Formation
    Prerequisites: None
    The mighty phalanx a staple of military tactics with this Tactic a warlord with a shield may provide a passive +1 AC bonus to ajacent allies, who, if they have a shield may extend the bonus to allies adjacent to them,

    Volley
    Prerequisites: Level 9
    Occasionally one arrow is simply not enough. With this tactic, a Warlord may spend his action and a War Die to call down a hail of arrows from two or more allies. When he uses this ability any ally may use his reaction to make a ranged weapon attack at the target of the volley. This ability may only be used once between short rests.

    Pincer Attack Prerequisites: level 9
    Pinning a foe down from all sides, can bring even a mighty foe down to his knees. When a warlord threatens a foe in melee, if an ally moves moves to attack that foe from the opposite side, both the warlord and that ally gain +1D8 on all melee weapon attacks against that foe.

    Cut down the legs
    Prerequisites: None
    Mobility is a Key in battle and lack of it doubly so. When a warlord makes an attack of opportunity against a foe, if he deals damage that foes Speed is reduced by half for two turns or until he recovers any HP.

    Vengeful Retribution
    Prerequisites:None
    If an ally is reduced to 0 HP by an enemy attack or ability, the warlord gains advantage on all attacks made against that foe and gains +1D6 damage on all damaging ability he makes against him.

    Indomitable Will
    Prerequisites: Level 15
    A solid mind is one of the most valuable weapons a warlord can ask for, and you have tempered yours to hardened steel; Gain proficiency on Wisdom Saves.
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    Pixie in the Playground
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    Default Re: Warlord class (Heavy WIP)

    Updated, now filly playable at least in the early game, still need many more tactics though

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    Default Re: Warlord class (WIP, seeking feedback)

    First,

    The class idea is great. I was thinking to make a Warlord class, and then you made it :D.
    A few questions:
    1. When are you going to make more awesome tactics?
    2. When is the Divide and Conquer feature of General done?


    Now, the detailed feedback:

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    HIT POINTS
    Hit Dice: 1D10 per warlord level
    Hit Points at 1st Level: 10 + your Constitution modifier
    Hit Points at Higher Levels: 1D10 (or 6) + your Constitution modifier per warlord level after 1st
    Looks great, as good as every other fully Martial class(Fighter, Paladin, Ranger) & it's better then the Bards HD.


    PROFICIENCIES
    Armor: Light armor, medium armor, heavy armor, shields
    Weapons: Simple weapons, martial weapons
    Tools: None

    Saving Throws: Constitution, Intelligence
    Skills: Choose three from Athletics, Deception, History, Insight, Intimidation, Medicine, Perception, Persuasion
    Useful proficiencies, all armor and all weapons & Con. save, just great!

    At the first level a warlord gains a number of war dice. These are used to fuel the warlords various leadership and tactic abilities, A warlord has a number of war dice equal to 1 plus his Intelligence bonus, an gains an extra at the 9th, and 17th levels. All of a warlord's war dice are replenished on every Long rest, and during short rests a warlord recovers War dice equal to half his Proficiency score.
    I like this idea, and it is great how you ripped it off Bardic Inspiration . However, why 1+Int. modifier? Bardic Inspiration is just Cha. modifier with a minimum of 1, maybe that' s a better choice.


    Harry
    Starting at the first level, a warlord will often draw attention to themselves, with threatening or distracting motions, in order to weaken an enemies Focus. As a reaction, when a foe the warlord threatens in melee makes an ability check, or an attack roll against someone other than the warlord, the warlord may roll a War Die, and subtract the result from the targets roll.
    Great feature, but word it like this: "When you are in melee range with a creature, you can roll a War Die and substract it when the creature makes an ability check or an attack roll against someone other than you.

    Inspire
    Starting at the first level, a warlord will often Inspire great feats and marks of confidence in those around them in times of need. Whenever a creature who can see and hear the warlord makes an ability check, saving throw or attack roll, the warlord may roll a War Die and add the result to the targets roll.
    Just like the Bardic Inspiration, nothing wrong with it.

    Path of war
    At the Second level a warlord must choose his path he shall walk down, either the wise general outsmarting and outmaneuvering a foe to claim victory before the battle starts, or the Fiery Captain, Igniting a passion and determination in their allies to overcome any foe. At the second, sixth, eleventh and seventeenth levels, a warlord gains an ability based on his chosen path, detailed at the end of this class.
    I'll review the Paths later.

    Tactics
    A warlords long study and research have brought him mastery over the battlefield allowing him to predict and control the movements of both enemies and allies. He has also learned how to inspire and guide troops under him, drawing on their inner strength to achieve to certain victory. A warlord gains access to his first two Tactics at the second level, and learns a new tactic at specific levels, as shown by the Tactics column of the warlord table.
    Great idea, and great that you followed the Eldritch Invocation progression. I'll review the Tactics in detail later.

    At the third level a warlord becomes Apt at holding an enemies attention, creating openings for allies. As Long as you have at least one War Dice remaining, you may use your bonus action to draw the attention of an opponent who you threaten in melee; Providing advantage to the first melee attack made against that creature before their turn. In addition you may spend a war dice when doing so to create a wider opening, allowing any create who threatens the target to immediately use their reaction to attack them. You may use this ability up to your Intelegance between long rests.
    First feature is great, 1 advantage / round isn' t that strong for a lvl 3 feature, the second feature is a bit meh, word it as every creature that is hostile to the creature you are in melee range with, can make an attack. However, still don't really like the feature.

    Commanding Voice
    At the third level a Warlord becomes able to project their voice outward, forcefully and clearly surpassing any chaos or commotion that may surround him. The warlords voice can be heard perfectly for up to 200 feet and any intended target(s) of the message know it was meant for them. A warlord can project a (charisma) persuasion or a (charisma) Intimidate check over distance with this ability, and may gain an advantage for doing so if they spend a war Die.
    To me, the idea is great and logical. However, adv. with a War Die on a Charisma Check? Exploiting incoming!

    Commander’s Strike. Beginning at the 5th level, W hen you take the Attack action on your turn, you can use a bonus action to direct one of your companions to strike. W hen you do so, choose a friendly creature w ho can see or hear you and expend one war die. That creature can immediately use its reaction to make one weapon attack.
    I'm sorry to say this, but this is such a bad feature. Other Martial Classes(you are one too with your HD) get Extra Attack, and you get like max. 5 / long rest bonus action so another guy can make an attack with his REACTION. I like the idea, but I think the design could be a bit better. Maybe you make an attack and another ally can do that to the same creature for free or something? As bonus action? It' s just 1 attack.

    When you reach the 5th level, you gain the ability to motivate and inspire those under you to fight onwards. By spending one of your War die you may invigorate an ally with the spirit to fight onward; Giving them temporary hit points equal to the roll of your war die plus your proficiency bonus. A creature can only gain the benefit of these temporary hit points once every long rest, and the temporary hit points fade after one hour if any still remain.
    Great feature, great design. Temporary HP is always nice.

    Air of Authority
    At the Sixth level, a warlord radiates a nearly tangible presence of confidence and purpose. Those of lower station are unlikely to question his commands or motives, and he is granted advantage on intimidate and persuasion checks against those in his immediate area when asserting himself.
    Free advantage on a Charisma Check? Makes the lvl 3 feature useless, but still, hey you are a commander aren' t you?

    Student of War
    At the eighth level, A warlord has become schooled in the signs, history and art of warfare and combat. He has the advantage on History (Inelegance) checks to identify a strategy or fighting style used by another creature. As well as on Medicine (Inelegance) to identify the cause and method of any physical wounds on a body or creature.
    Great fluff feature, like the Druid's Druidic Language. Comes a bit late however.

    Cunning Diversion
    At the tenth level you may make yourself an obvious target to foes. By spending a War die, you may roll an intimidate check contested by the foes Wisdom save. If you are successful you have captured your foes attention; they have disadvantage on perception against your allies,and on their next turn they must move to attack you if able. If a foe has been foiled by your cunning diversion in the past day, they have advantage on wisdom saves vs further attempts. A foe will not move through obviously hazardous terrain to reach you.
    Not that bad, not that good.

    Scholar of War
    At the thirteenth level a warlord masters the art at reading subtle tells and motions in their opponents. By spending an action and a War Die you may study a foe who you threaten in melee you can learn to read their face and movements, anticipating blows before they happen. And causing that foe to have disadvantage on any attack made against the warlord. This lasts for up to a Minuit.
    Great feature, especially in combo with Cunning Diversion.

    Rallying Call
    At the fourteenth level, a warlord can can bring hope and determination to all around him with a single forceful shout. As an action, a warlord may spend two War dice, to invigorate all allies within 100 feet that can see or hear the warlord producing one of two effects:
    • Determination: The warlord rolls both dice and takes the better roll, all effected allies gain that amount of temporary HP.
    • Zeal: All effected allies gain advantage on their next attack roll
    In either case the effect vanishes after 1 Minuit if any benefit still remains and the ability cannot be used again until the warlord completes a long rest.
    Great feature for in a war! The first feature gets blown away by the Inspiring Leader feat, but yeah,cool right .

    Master of War
    At the twentieth level a warlord has become a true Sage of war. By spending two war dice he may make an Insight roll against a foe or group in battle, to determine what their next action will be, even if they themselves do not already know it. This ability may be used once per short rest.
    How does his exactly work, what's the DC for the Insight check? Also, if you succeed, you get the effects of Foresight or something?


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    Unfailing Loyalty
    At the second level when a warlord becomes a captain he gains a lasting bond with his allies. When moving to the side of an ally he can move up to 20 feet further. Whats more he can ignore his own wounds and tend to his allies in down time, spending his Hit Dice to heal an ally during a short rest. And lastly no enchantment or magic can cloud a captains mind enough that he will make an attack roll against an ally.
    More support features,more healing, and things like Berserker Axe aren't that big of a problem anymore. Strong feature.

    Symbol of Courage
    At the Sixth level, a Captain inspires courage and confidence in his companions. As long as the warlord remains conscious, all allies who can see and hear him have the advantage on saves to avoid becoming frightened, as well as on opposed checks against intimidation.
    Like Paladins lvl 10 feature, maybe a bit too OP?

    Burning Determination
    At the eleventh level a Captain can ignites an overwhelming drive in his companions to grit their teeth and push onward. By spending one War dice he may restore a downed allie to conciousnous granting them a single HP and a number of temporary HP equal to the captains warlord level. This ability may only be used once between long rests.
    This feature is just great. Bye bye Medicine check!

    Blaze of Glory
    At the seventeenth Level a captain Can lead a group through any chaos unscathed. By spending three war dice a warlord grants himself and all allies who can see him resistance to all physical and elemental damage types and 1D6 extra damage on any weapon attack. The warlord maintains this, at the cost of an additional war die every turn, until the combat ends, he falls unconscious or his war dice are depleted.
    This, this is just awesome. Great lvl 17 feature, this feature can make a stand against lvl 9 spells. And since you probably got 8 War Dice, you could do this for 5 rounds.


    Overall, this path looks cool and fun to play.


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    Always Ready
    when a warlord chooses to become a General at the second level, he starts to prepare himself for anything. He has the advantage on perception checks to notice hiding enemies. He adds his proficiency bonus to his initiative and can chose to spend a war dice to remove the surprised condition from himself at the start of any battle.
    Great lvl 2 feature, but how does the stop surprised condition work? You can't take any actions while you are surprised...

    Clean Withdrawal
    At the seventh level a General must learn how to Fall back in the face of a bad situation. By spending a war die he may call for his allies to fall back, allowing all of them who can see and hear him to disengage without using an action on their next turn.
    This is great, free Disengagig yay. Maybe a bit OP in a war when you command 10.000 people but yeah, why not.Maybe make it like 20 people/War Di

    Divide and Conquer
    WIP
    Please make this feature so I can review it!

    Know thy enemy
    At the Seventeenth level a general may begin devising counters and precautions against new threats mere moments after he encounters them. When a general sees an ability, spell, or special attack (but not a basic weapon attack) used, he may spend a war die to analyze and counter it. Afterward when that foe attempts to use that ability, if it is an attack they roll at a disadvantage, and if it is based on a save, your allies have the advantage against it. A General may have analyzed up to his Intelligence abilities at a time, and they are reset after a long rest.
    This, this is great.Logical and useful, and a great lvl 17 feature!

    Overall, this Path sounds cool and if I needed to choose, I'd go for this Path!




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    Block Formation
    Prerequisites: None
    The mighty phalanx a staple of military tactics with this Tactic a warlord with a shield may provide a passive +1 AC bonus to ajacent allies, who, if they have a shield may extend the bonus to allies adjacent to them,
    This is awesome. +1 AC to all your allies if you do this correctly. Maybe that mounted combatants have disadvantage on attacks? Like the Square Formation.

    Volley
    Prerequisites: Level 9
    Occasionally one arrow is simply not enough. With this tactic, a Warlord may spend his action and a War Die to call down a hail of arrows from two or more allies. When he uses this ability any ally may use his reaction to make a ranged weapon attack at the target of the volley. This ability may only be used once between short rests.
    Useful when you are with an army, not that useful with a normal party by the time you get this feature. Still cool however.

    Pincer Attack Prerequisites: level 9
    Pinning a foe down from all sides, can bring even a mighty foe down to his knees. When a warlord threatens a foe in melee, if an ally moves moves to attack that foe from the opposite side, both the warlord and that ally gain +1D8 on all melee weapon attacks against that foe.
    Cool Tactic, logical and not too strong.

    Cut down the legs
    Prerequisites: None
    Mobility is a Key in battle and lack of it doubly so. When a warlord makes an attack of opportunity against a foe, if he deals damage that foes Speed is reduced by half for two turns or until he recovers any HP.
    Great feature, maybe make it's prerequisite lvl 3?

    Vengeful Retribution
    Prerequisites:None
    If an ally is reduced to 0 HP by an enemy attack or ability, the warlord gains advantage on all attacks made against that foe and gains +1D6 damage on all damaging ability he makes against him.
    Definitely a great feature for boss fights.

    Indomitable Will
    Prerequisites: Level 15
    A solid mind is one of the most valuable weapons a warlord can ask for, and you have tempered yours to hardened steel; Gain proficiency on Wisdom Saves.
    Great feature at a nice late level.

    Overall, the Tactics are great and I really love them.



    Overall, this is an awesome class! Just a few more Tactics and the Generals feature and you are set !
    Last edited by ImSAMazing; 2015-07-25 at 04:42 AM.
    My homebrews:

    The Wightling

    Body Tactician

    Human-Ti(WIP)

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