Sharpshooter, Gunslinger Archetype (5e Subclass)

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This Subclass is designed for the Gunslinger, Variant (Pathfinder Conversion) (5e Class) homebrew class

Pistols and other one-handed firearms are often easy to conceal and faster to load than other firearms, and do sufficient damage for most situations. But some gunslingers want a little more firepower and range. These are the musket masters; the best of these gunslingers can reload a musket with dazzling speed, potentially putting even their pistol-wielding brethren to shame.

Death From A Distance[edit]

Sniping Postion: Starting at 3rd level, when the gunslinger has at least 1 grit point, she can go into the prone or get behind at least 1/2 cover to gain the following benefits.

  • She adds her Wisdom modifier to Stealth checks.

Additionally, the Gun Training class feature is replaced by Rifle Training.

  • Starting at 5th level, a sharpshooter increases her skill with two-handed firearms. She gains a bonus on damage rolls equal to her Dexterity modifier. Every time thereafter (9th and 13th level), the bonus on damage rolls increases by +1.

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