User talk:Oportet

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Greetings, Earthling![edit]

Hey there! Thanks for your interest in Earthling (5e Background)! You definitely gave that some good input! Unfortunately, I had to remove the features you added, because they were not built like roleplaying features. Mechanical effects, like advantage, are only valid in class features, racial traits, feats, boons, magic items, and spell effects. If you'd like some information on writing a strong roleplaying feature, I suggest you take a look at 5e Background Design Guide. It's a bit wordy, but it's a good read if you just focus on the sections you're struggling with. --Kydo (talk) 16:36, 16 December 2016 (MST)

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