Resilient DnD 5E Feat

All adventurers! My spellbook is open to you. We are very grateful that you clicked on our 43rd episode in the feats series. It was a pleasure to get to know you all during this journey. But it’s not over yet! today we’re going to be taking a look at one of the most classic feats in the players handbook. Today we’re going to be taking a look at resilient dnd 5e feat. Although it’s not super popular it hasn’t quite a bit of mechanical benefits despite its simplicity. That being said let’s take a quick look at the description so we know we’re talking about.

Description

It is possible to accomplish this feat without any preconditions. This feat is open to all races and classes. This is the way it looks.

Resilient DnD5E Feat lets you choose one score.

  • This feat will enable you to increase the maximum number of your chosen ability scores by one, up to 20.
  • You can also learn to save throws using your chosen ability.

There isn’t much. But let’s break it down anyways.

Walkthrough

Step 1: Select an ability score. Strength dex, Con intelligence, wisdom, charisma your choices pick whichever one you don’t already have proficiency and that probably your best way to do it. You get a plus one, and proficiency with it. This one is fairly straightforward. But let’s take a look at my personal thoughts in any case.

Thoughts

Honestly! i think this one should be considered at most levels this is really kind of a feat that you’re really only gonna want to pick if one of your ability scores is close to improving its modifier. Outside of that i can’t really imagine a whole lot of reasons why you need to take this, maybe if you find your DM has been throwing a lot of 1 saving throw that you might want to take it then. But for the most part it’s worth considering but play by ear.

Conclusion

However, do you have any other stories or build ideas? Resilience I’d love for you to comment and share your thoughts with others who are reading this article. As always, thank you for your support and have a wonderful day.