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Good luck on your Chronomancer class. I look forward to the end result as "time" mages are a soft spot for me. Try the chat for on-the-spot help (if your lucky someone will be there) BigShotFancyMan (talk) 20:32, 16 June 2017 (UTC)
- Thank you ^^, for you to know, myself I'm not adept at using this website so i've 'copied' a layout from another class and reiterating it, myself i believe that a chronomancer needs things that can stop time, go back in time, go forward in time, and more in my own opinion, i searched over for different chronomancy things but never found the perfect set, there are a lot of things within classes that are awesome but it didn't feel right, that's why i'm creating it, but i would really hope for some advice in creating it to not make it too overpowered, or too underpowered x.x' this is my first class after all 4:36 AM Californian time
- Do you mind if I tidy up your Chronomancer and bring things in line with 5e? i.e. HD, profiencies (medium armor, great axe, ASIs only occur at every 4 levels, and then some language/grammar (Starting at 1st level vs starting at beginning level)
- I see the changes you're making to your Chronomancer and I like :) I am curious, would the Wisdom save on the Archetype Feature "Historic Help" be okay if it were equal to the creatures CR? Keep up the work! I check every couple days just to see what you're coming up with BigShotFancyMan (talk) 12:05, 26 July 2017 (MDT)
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