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I think your question is too broad it is because you're asking too many things at once, and haven't defined it in a way to have a singular meaningful, useful answer. You're asking what the optimized damage for three different builds are. On top of that, you're asking for average DPR as well as maximum single turn damage (which I assume you mean this by ...


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It's worth noting that, when your question was closed, it was lacking a lot of detail. "Why was it closed" is not the same as "can it be reopened". I can't say for certain why your question was closed, as I was not one of the users that voted to close it. The listed close reason usually isn't too informative, so I'll recommend not focusing too much on the "...


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I would say reopen #1 and leave #2 and #3 as is. I believe you were correct with your interpretation as mentioned in the "rereading" paragraph. However #3 is attempting to clarify if the damage from AoA is only valid with the THP granted by AoA or if it works with any THP.


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I'm not sure If the question is simply asking Can I homebrew this, then yeah, it's answerable and should be reopened. If it's asking Can I homebrew this and remain balanced, that's also possibly answerable by someone who has done it, but it also seems to potentially be a shopping question at that point as it's also potentially Has someone done this and can ...


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Your questions could do with more focus It's a hard question to answer. Generally homebrew is most balanced when it is most similar to existing content. There are certainly a lot of situational and niche content which is balanced. With regards to complexity, there are some complex class features, most tend to be 1 or 2 sentences but there are some with as ...


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I think it should be left as-is. The answer to #2 is correct for #1 and for #3.


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