Dwarven Fortitude 5e Feat

All adventurers: Welcome to the www.dndtopics.com/feats-Series. Thank you for checking out the 15th episode of our feat series. Today we’re taking a look at another racial ability known as a d&d 5e dwarven fortitude feat. This feat is found in the xanathar’s guide to everything handbook and it is real interesting one. I’ll get to know a little bit later on. It is amazing no matter what you do with it.

If you’re unfamiliar with feats and how they work usually get them every fourth level or so some classes get a little bit more than others. These feats may be used instead of increasing your ability score. You can add traits or abilities to your character to make them more unique and suit your play style. Let’s take a closer look at this description.



Your dwarf status is a prerequisite. While the title may be misleading, it is important to keep in mind that they are both on the same page. It’s as easy as this.

Your veins are infused with the blood of dwarf heroes. These benefits are yours:

It will improve your constitution score by about 1 point to maximum 20.

You can spend one hit to heal yourself if you’re going to take the dodge during combat. Roll the die, then add your Constitution modifier to gain a hit.

Very very cool and it’s interesting what it promotes, i’ll get to that later on. Let’s take a look at a walkthrough and kind of break that down a little just so we all kind of get it.


The plus one the constitution not really a whole lot to explain there,  it is what it is. You can use your dodge to heal one-hit death and recon mod. This is very cool as it allows you heal yourself at your initiative without the need of a healer. This is as simple as you can imagine.

Now let’s get to my thoughts on it.


This is one of the most interesting racial feats we’ve covered. Reason i feel that way it’s the only one that really promotes a Gish character. While dorms are usually meant for combat-oriented people this one promotes dwarfs and rogues as well as dwarf dishes mages. Although I am not sure why it is true, it is. The dodge action can be used as an extra action by Rogues. So, it makes far more sense for them to pick up this feat because they can heal as a bonus action that’s insanely overwhelmingly powerful.

It might be particularly useful at the end of your breezing. Concentration is key. If you’re concentrating on a spell you usually need to use your bonus action to inflict damage which means your action for the most part is free. So if you’re in a really hairy span you can use your action to dodge and then heal up.

I think that’s incredibly potent stuff. I’m also pretty sure this feat would stack with durable which we covered a little bit earlier. If that’s the case let me know down in the comments. I don’t see why it wouldn’t? but if that’s the case you can essentially get a ridiculous them on a hit points in with very little effort and i really like that. It’s very cool.

We are open to sharing any ideas, characters, or stories you may have. Fortitude of Dwarfs i’d really like to hear them down beneath. I’m sure that every person reading this article would. I appreciate your understanding and that you are here with us. Happy adventuring!