Robertscribbler’s Gish Optimized: Tenser’s Transformation and Elven Accuracy on A Bladesinger in D&D 5e

In this 25-minute video on the Robertscribbler YouTube channel, I explore the powerful synergy between Elven Accuracy and Tenser’s Transformation on a level 11-15 Bladesinger in 5e D&D. Casting this powerful buff spell can result in a clutch move that could save your bacon during a tough combat. But have a care. You can end up sacrificing a great deal if you cast this spell at the wrong time. So choosing the right moment to deploy this powerful and amazing spell is crucial. The above mini-guide provides you with some helpful tricks for using Tenser’s Transformation effectively in-game.

Robertscribbler’s Homebrew Feat Tweak For Dual Wielder in D&D 5e

In this 17-minute video on the Robertscribbler YouTube channel, I explore a tweak for the Dual Wielder feat in Dungeons and Dragons 5e. Though many are inspired to play Dual Wielders in 5e D&D, some feel its feat support lacks the punch of other styles such as Great Weapon Master and Polearm Master. This video provides a balanced, yet powerful homebrew option for those who wish to wield a melee weapon in each hand in D&D 5e.

For your ease of reference, the complete homebrew feat is provided below. Changes to the official D&D 5e feat are highlighted in orange:

Homebrew Dual Wielder Feat for D&D 5e

  • You gain a +1 bonus to AC and a +2 bonus to damage when you are wielding a separate weapon in each hand.
  • You can use two-weapon fighting even when your one-handed weapons aren’t light. When you score a critical hit while two-weapon fighting, you may use a bonus action to make two attacks with your off-hand weapon instead of one.
  • You can draw or stow two one handed weapons when you would normally be able to draw one.
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