Story Emphasis: It is strongly suggested that all characters have some story for the important elements of their characters.
Universal for all classes: Starting Equipment and Money = By campaign setting – DO NOT USE THE ©PLAYERS HANDBOOK.
Primary Aptitude(s): Kinetic (Battle Master and Champion).
LEVEL-UP: The GM rewards a character a level based on Merit. By default, i20™ assumes by campaign milestone and limited by Experiences using Improvement Limits. Multiclassing follows i20 multi-class parameters in addition to the base requirements. Sanity increases by 1 every 4 character levels.
Great Weapon: [Must be used 2 handed; including Versatile weapons used 2 handed]; +1 Initiative, +1 Damage, those with Heavy gain an automatic 5′ knockback, those with Reach gain Advantage on any attacks of opportunity.
Solid Blows: The Champion, each time they gain an Expanded Critical increase, can either take 1 point of critical range, or gain +1 on their Attack (which effectively adds to the ability to score a Major Hit more often).
Damaging Blows: At third level, the Champion deals an additional d4(2) damage on every hit. At 10th level, the Champion deals an extra d6(3) damage on every hit. [Inspired by the Brute UA Archetype option.]
Physical Regimen: This enhances the Remarkable Athlete powers at 7th level. The character also gains the Physical Regimen feature for no Character Point cost.
Physical Regimen: At 4th level, the Battle Master also gains the Physical Regimen feature for no Character Point cost.
They may take the benefits of the Exceptional Military Training instead of Artisans Tool Proficiency for their “Student of War” feature. This information will be augmented by setting. Additionally, if they have the Superior Technique fighting style, they use their Battle Master superiority dice type (all become the same).
Battle Masters gain all the facets “Additional Training” under the Martial Adept Feat at 4th level.
Mystic Tradition: The eldritch knight character learns a compliment of magic to augment their martial powers. This must have a source in one of the Mystic Traditions – the character must pick one other than Inspiration. This class uses Spell type castings for determining Casting Constraints, but suffers almost none of the penalties.
Scope of Spells It is recommended that the scope of spells be limited to martial spells – this is the core of the Eldritch Knight is to combine martial ability and arcane.
Time and Study: Characters taking this pathway of development must account for learning their magical abilities.
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