Talk:Aura of Protection (3.5e Feat)
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Wow, this is so overpowered, letting a cleric gain 4+ AC for just one feat, you know dodge is a feat that gives you 1 AC some of the time.
I believe I've addressed the problems with this particular feat... Thank you for bringing it to my attention, it is meant as a way to balance Cleric, Godling, & Priest with casters who can use Mage Armor, but I believe in the end, you may have been right!
- So, it is still overpowered, here's the thing. Compare it with the Dodge feat. This gives a +1 AC bonus with two limitations: it's only against one enemy and you lose the bonus if you don't have your Dex bonus to AC. Aura of Protection is a flat +2 AC bonus, which gets better, and it has no limitations.
- You are trying to balance this with Mage Armor, which is a spell, which has its own set of limitations. Marasmusine (talk) 11:41, 16 March 2014 (MDT)