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)
Also mage armor is suppose to offset the fact that your average spell caster cannot use armor. hence why it is an armor bonus and does not stack with bracers of armor. Tivanir (talk) 09:53, 15 August 2014 (MDT)
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