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D&D: Surveying The Artificer

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May 30
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It’s not every day you get to help shape a new class as it’s in development–but that’s exactly what you can do with just a few minutes and this survey.

The Artificer is a new class, currently in the works. It’s been through two rounds of revision already, which is a great sign for any class that’s destined to make its way to a Hardcover book…a book like the only recently announced Eberron Hardcover coming towards the end of the year. Which means that now’s an incredibly important time–going by WotC’s development cycle there’s probably going to be one more round of revision before the Artificer gets finalized. So if you’ve got an interest in how the class shapes up into its final form…

…then now’s the time to get in on that sweet sweet survey action, which you’ll find below, along with a few more bits about the artificer. So without further ado, here we go!

via Wizards of the Coast

In February, we presented a revised version of a new character class: the artificer, a master of magical invention. Today we return to that class, now with even more content! Here’s what’s been added:

  • New subclasses—the Archivist and the Battle Smith
  • A revised spell list, including spells from Xanathar’s Guide to Everything
  • New infusions—Enhanced Wand, Repeating Shot, and Repulsion Shield
  • A revision to multiclassing—round up when determining spell slots

We’re considering various changes to the class, but we’d love to hear from you before we start the remodeling. With that in mind, we invite you to give this new version of the artificer a read and to try it out in play. Please let us know in the lastest survey what you think of the artificer.

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Happy Adventuring!

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