Armorer (5e Feat)

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You have learned how to effectively manage and manage weapons and armor, gaining the following benefits:

  • You gain proficiency with one weapon, shields, or one suit of light, medium, or heavy armor. You need proficiency with light armor in order to gain proficiency with a suit of medium armor from this feat, and you need proficiency with medium armor in order to gain proficiency with a suit of heavy armor from this feat.
  • You gain proficiency with smith's tools and leatherworker's tools. If you are already proficient if smith's tools or leatherworker's tools, you may you may add double your proficiency bonus instead of your normal proficiency bonus, respectively.
  • Crafting or repairing weapons or armor you are proficient with requires only half the usual cost.

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