The randomness of Wild Magic remains a hindrance.
Path of the Beast delivers excellent flavor but little substance.
Can D&D create an arcane Iron Man?
Fixing the ranger means strengthening its subclasses and their features.
Can the ranger be saved from its underpowered roots?
Some classes are numerically stronger than others.
Which is the stronger fighter subclass?
Which is the more powerful bard subclass?
The addition of a secondary class to a character is a powerful mechanic.
A breakdown of a few strong builds for powerful player characters.
Can this wizard class live up to its true name?
Will the Lurker move past the warlock's chronic high-level power deficiencies?
Can Aberrant Soul ooze its way into playability?
Can the Revived escape the grave of its wonky lore?
Not the bees!
Does epic flavor mean epic stats?
Can this monk Astral-project past its disappointing past incarnations?
Will this rune-slinging giant fan be a rule-breaking giant fail?
Will this fiery new subclass burn bright enough to rival the Moon druid?
Can the Twilight cleric stack up or is it all doom and gloom for this new subclass?