Talk:Oath of Sacrifice (5e Subclass)

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YOUR LIVING BEAN IS DEAD Praise our Bean god

The Level 20 ability is completely game breaking, it makes you an unstoppable fighting force.

Re: Balance[edit]

I understand that the 20th level ability for the Oath of Sacrifice seems incredibly unbalanced, but keep in mind that the Paladin of Sacrifice can only use this ability once, after which he will quite literally die. This is essentially a get-out-of-jail-free card for the party that results in the death of its Paladin. Furthermore, because the Paladin is only able to use this ability once before dying, that Paladin essentially has no 20th level ability that s/he can use on a regular basis, so for regular high-level gameplay, this Paladin is actually at somewhat of a disadvantage, albeit a small one. It is for these reasons that I believe that this Archetype should be marked as completed. Thank you for your time.

I don't think whoever wrote this understands that becoming a God with unlimited spells is much better than anything you could get at level 20 as you have unlimited use of spells such as wish. This ability also gives you immunity to damage, meaning you can't take damage, which is incredibly op because you will never die.

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