Hello adventurers of all shapes and sizes! Welcome to my spellbook and thank you so much for checking out the 14th episode of our dnd 5e feats series. Today we’re going to be taking a look at the tough-guy feat dnd 5e durable feat durable is found in the players handbook and it is an interesting feat in the way that the people who benefit most from it are not the people you might think.
That being said if you don’t know what is the rule for feats in d&d 5e? or dnd 5e when can you take feats? here is our answer you usually get them every four levels or so some classes get a little bit more than others but for the most part everyone gets them every four levels and you get them in place of your ability score improvements.
They’re essentially additional traits or abilities or expertise you can give your character to give them just a little bit more of a personalized feel to them really make them your own. That being said, let’s take a look at the description for durable here.
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So the great news is there’s no prerequisite for it. So anyone can use it of any race, class, skill set, doesn’t matter and the description reads as followed.
Fantastic a little bit tricky on the wording in that last one but i’ll explain it better down below and that being said, let’s take a look at a quick walkthrough and really flesh this out.
So the plus one the constitution fairly fairly easy to understand. What you need to know about the second bullet point there is your minimum hit die rule. It equals twice your constitution modifier, i don’t know why wizards were to go like that but in any case that’s what it means. That’s kind of a quick, let’s take a look at my thoughts on it.
So in my opinion the one who benefits most from this bar none are the casters namely the wizard. Smallest hit die but usually has a very large con bonus or con modifier. A reason being if you’re a wizard worth your salt you’re gonna be using a lot of concentration spells and the last thing you want to do is be bumped by something from behind and lose that concentration.
So very large con modifier really saves your neck. So assuming you have a con modifier of like plus two or 3 you can’t ever roll beneath a six or an 8 for your health when you get it back that’s really good, that’s fantastic. That’s a buff your maximum roll sometimes.
So they’re the once again that gain the most from it. At least in my opinion, you might disagree, you might agree, i can really see this being a good feat in a party with no designated healer but you got a lot of time for sure arrests this would be perfect.
That being said on how does the durable feat work? If you have any alternative uses, any crazy stories or any builds in mind for this please let me know down beneath i’m really curious to see what you guys have to say, i know everyone else checking this article would as well. Thank you so much in advance and thank you so much for checking out today and as always guys as lways happy adventuring.