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Cat Class Features
It seems to me that a fair amount of the content in your warrior cat classes take more or less a large amount from the official classes (like seriously, chunks of wording and mechanics). They don't sound very unique in that regard to comprise an entire class and are perhaps a subclass at best in that case. Or are they only supplements for the setting?--Yanied (talk) 19:53, 15 November 2021 (MST)
The goal of the entire warrior cat class is to refit the official dnd class to achieve serval purposes
- Stay true to the setting of the warrior books
- Fit better to creatures without thumbs, tools, armors, or weapons
- Low magic setting
- Compatibility to official classes in case the gm desires to utilize official classes
Plus it requires less time and energy to create. With the exception of the Loner class, all classes have their own unique flare/ twist on the official classes. It is similar enough to the official classes to make it easier to pick up and learn these classes but different enough to be called its own class and identity.
Subclasses on the other hand are copied and pasted from the official classes with one or so new features. There is no reason to modify them in any way. Stuck doing it this way as I have no clue to fix that problem. There will be a shared subclass across most warrior classes. It is required for the setting. In order to fit it, subclasses have to be done in this strange way.
--Levelnom1 (talk) 20:57, 15 November 2021 (MST)
- This makes less sense for them to be labeled as (5e Class) pages then, as they lack the originality and generalizability of homebrew class pages. They make more sense as supplements for the setting that are class variants.--Yanied (talk) 22:00, 21 November 2021 (MST)
- Agreed. We already have a good system for this sort of thing, we probably ought to use it. --Nuke The Earth (talk) 22:13, 21 November 2021 (MST)