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    Character looks solid, Sunflame. Every GM is different, and some choose to use encumbrance and some don't, but it's good to have the weights of your items just in case. Great job.

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    Yay, its my first ever DnD char too. Thanks for awesome guide that enabled even "N00b" like me somewhat succeed =) hrmh now then...it's whole new world =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gadehos Sunflame View Post
    Yay, its my first ever DnD char too. Thanks for awesome guide that enabled even "N00b" like me somewhat succeed =) hrmh now then...it's whole new world =)
    Just a tip since the sheets here do not have enough slots in the feat and special abilities section (by level 6 it'll be full of stuff) you may consider removing Armor Profiency (Medium and Light) the reason being in order to get Heavy you need Medium and Light anyway so if a DM see's heavy he knows you can wear light and medium.

    I would say only time you list it is if you actually spent a feat to get it rather than obtain it via class.
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