Muscular Punchers are not nerds. They don't learn spells. They do one thing, and they do it well.
The Mystic is a great example of how to make a multi-faceted class that covers a lot of bases. However, it's a terrible example of how to use incentives to improve game design.
Anton, son of Antony, is the man who lived, died, and lived once more. And now, he is the leader of the Burning Crusade...
Sometimes, I really miss Pathfinder. Now, don’t get me wrong. I love Pathfinder just as much as I used to, and some distance from it has really softened the edges of the system a bit (I even have a kind of appreciation for the glut of classes it currently has). But 5e has become my... Continue Reading →