Talk:Readied Caster (5e Feat)

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Nice[edit]

That's a very nice feat--Cezaryx (talk) 10:13, 31 January 2022 (MST)

I concur. Great job on it. --Blobby383b (talk) 12:11, 31 January 2022 (MST)
Thanks, I appreciate the fact that it is liked. It came about from me remembering how lame the rules for spell readying are. I did some research, turns out even Jeremy Crawford has a homebrew rule at his table that you can extend concentration on a readied spell using your action each turn. With that in mind, I tried to give this feat mechanics that would be useful no matter what common variation of house ruling the current table would be using. --ZarHakkar (talk) 15:46, 31 January 2022 (MST)

Featured Article Nomination[edit]

Well, the first time I saw this feat I thought that it is really good. Now, half a year later I stumbled upon it again, and nothing changed - I still strongly believe it is great, and really a testimony of how a homebrew feat should be made. Not some bland bonus, not weird, extremaly situational thing, not some tax feat or some other that changes nothing in gameplay. This introduces new tactical options, if handled correctly can be a great addition to your arsenal as a spellcaster, and what's more, I cannot see any problems with balancing this one. So I am nominating this, and encourage anyone to take part in (hopefully) elevating this to the Featured article status.--Cezaryx (talk) 04:07, 18 July 2022 (MDT)

  • Support — If you showed this to 100 dnd players, 70 of them would tell you it's a feat from the Player's Handbook. It fits in with existing feats very well. vladulenta (talk)
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