Talk:Demi-God (5e Race)

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well comparing to the other demi-god race on this website its not that over powered. This version has mechanic that are of other races. For example the gnome has advantage on all Intelligence, Wisdom, and Charisma saving throws against magic and being charmed which is not overpowered in the long run. For stat,s increase they are similar to the half elfs +2 charisma and two other ability scores of your choice increase by 1. The only difference is the +3 which is not that OP.

I don't think the {{needsbalance}} template is arguing that any individual trait is overpowered on its own, per se, but that the combination of those traits pushes the race over the edge. No official race grants +3 to a single stat; giving +3 lets a player start with an 18 in whichever stat that is, at 1st level when using point buy, which upsets the math of 5th edition (not too badly on its own, though), and this is disregarding that this race gets +1 to two other stats. No official race grants a total of +5; the standard human does grant a total of +6 but has nothing else going for it, while this race has two very powerful traits in the form of flight and partial magic resistance. Try comparing this race to any of the races you mentioned; it's objectively better than the gnome, the half-elf, and the aarakocra just because of how much stuff it has. I hope this helps you understand our concerns a bit more :) — Geodude Chatmod.png (talk | contribs | email)‎‎ . . 01:52, 16 March 2019 (MDT)
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