Versatile means it may be used 2-handed or 1-handed. Other classes might have nifty tricks, powerful spells, and other abilities, but when it’s time to put down a monster without dying in the process, the fighter should be our best class. Druids have wildshape and spellcasting, wizards have the biggest spell list and the ability to change spells every day. Bard. Plus you're also the party face with your high charisma, and master of many faces and misty visions has crazy potential for out of combat shenanigans. I think that if I had to populate an entire party with one class, it would be "rogue." You can use two spell slots of the same level to cast a spell you know that is one level higher.

Fighter on the other hand would have less heals but a lot of battlefield control, and tons of smashing skulls with extra attacks, Eldritch Knights would get absurd defensive capabilities while still being somewhat offensive, (Looking at Blade Ward + bonus action attack/Shield on reaction). While wiedling the chosen weapon, you gain the following benefits: A lot of people are leaving out Warlocks, but they have a ton of Versatility, if you go Blade-Lock (yes I know it's not optimized) they can melee, spell-blast, knock back, and get the best cantrip in game. The Cleric's different Domains really let them build to very different types, and they all get full casting and accessability to heals. short rest spell recharges plus heavy armor plus high charisma for "face of the party" with my only lacking trait being high intelligence, but I have a wizard in my party who loves that.

If you mean which class is most versatile while actually playing I.e which class produces a character that can do the most, probably druid or wizard. — Quarterstaff 2 sp 1d6 bludgeoning 4 lb.

you still get full spell slot progression, the ability to choose a few out of class spells, and half proficiency in all skills. By using our Services or clicking I agree, you agree to our use of cookies. The damage for 1-handed is the primary listed value and the damage for 2-handed is listed in parenthetical notation alongside the versatile property entry. Longsword is versatile 1d8/1d10, so you can use it one handed for 1d8 damage or two-handed for 1d10. In a way, what class can give you a buffer, a debuffer, a meat shield, a damage caster, a trapfinder, a party healer, etc, etc? And the Wizard's domains get so many creative powers they are very fun. They have more ASI/Feats than anyone else, proficiency with all armor and weapons, and skills built around fighting, Second Wind, Action Surge, Extra Attacks. Fighers bring you the options for Heavy Armor, Sword and Shield, Two-handed DPS, Dex based Archer, MeleeCaster Hybrid with Wizard Spells.

. Have a dex fighter battlemaster popping tripping attacks/disarming attacks or what have you with a bow and archery fighting style while a champion GWF smashes skulls in, get an EK focused on defensive/tankiness and a EK focused on offensive/damage spells (probably get him some nice thrown weapons to get full use of Weapon Bond), the last one could be either another Champion, but I would go for a dual-wield Battlemaster. As in, if I were to have a party consisting of five of the same class, which one would be most likely to win in a fight?

Versatile weapons are one-handed, but you can use one two-handed. The site may not work properly if you don't, If you do not update your browser, we suggest you visit, Press J to jump to the feed. For a class that's focused entirely on fighting, it'd make absolutely no sense for any other class to be able to win this kind of challenge. A quarterstaff in 5E D&D is a versatile weapon, and I don’t mean only because of the Versatile weapon property. you still get full spell slot progression, the ability to choose a few out of class spells, and half proficiency in all skills. If you mean most versatile in a single build, I'd say bard.

A place to discuss the latest version of Dungeons and Dragons, the fifth edition, known during the playtest as D&D Next. Especially with the fiend pact, because it adds survivability for tanking as well as AoE spells. Light, thrown (range 20/60) Mace 5 gp 1d6 bludgeoning 4 lb. Then again, there is more to D&D than "fights." But now that I think about it a lot of rituals don't use rolls at all so that's probably fine. When you gain this feat, choose one melee weapon that you are proficient in and does not have the versatile property. wizards really shouldn't mess with combat too much, but are of note because of their potentially large reportoir of learned spells for a variety of tasks. The first is "which one would be most likely to win in a fight?" right now I'm writing down all of the weapons and what they do, but I see some of them say "versatile". Press J to jump to the feed. no way. Look at his post if you want to understand what I was expecting. Have some of them be Strength-Based. Yeah, I see people leaning towards casters here.


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