Lucky 5e

Published on March 12, 2022, Last modified on April 4th, 2022

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Gain advantage on three attack rolls, ability checks, or saving throws per day day, your choice. This ability on its own makes this an S Tier feat, but being able to affect attack rolls against you is also extremely beneficial. This can make an enemy’s crit turn into a miss very easily.

Bard: Bards are usually relied on to be a skill monkey, this feat helps ensure you don’t mess up when you need to succeed for your party.

Barbarian: Lucky is a feat that is useful to any character but martials can make especially good use of it.

Cleric: Lucky is a feat that is useful to any character, but is less good for spellcasters.

Druid: Lucky is a feat that is useful to any character, but is less good for spellcasters.

Fighter: Just a straight-up, damn good feat that's made even better by the fighter's ability to make tons of attacks.

Monk: Lucky is a feat that is useful to any character but martials can make especially good use of it. Monks won't need to spend their rerolls on saving throws as often because of Evasion and Diamond Soul. This means you'll have more to spend making sure your attacks land.

Paladin: Just a straight-up, damn good feat that's made even better by the paladin's ability to output a ton of damage when they hit.

Ranger: Lucky is a feat that is useful to any character but martials can make especially good use of it.

Rogue: The Lucky feat is especially good for a rogue. Because rogues are proficient in so many skills, this feat is an extra insurance policy to not fail important ability checks and saving throws. Also helps land attacks seeing as you don't get any extra attacks and need to hit to use Sneak Attack.

Sorcerer: Lucky is a feat that is useful to any character, but is less good for spellcasters.

Warlock: Lucky is a feat that is useful to any character, but is less good for spellcasters.

Wizard: Lucky is a feat that is useful to any character but is slightly less powerful on spellcasters because they won't be making as many attack rolls. It is certainly a good resource to have for defensive purposes though.

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