Inexplicably, two of the Battle Master builds (Duelist and Gladiator) have Weapon Master, a completely redundant feat, as part of their recommendations. I don't know how this got past editing or if they thought it did something other than just give weapon proficiencies, but it's truly baffling.
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I see a lot of comments criticizing the work of the fire crew at Romain Grosjean‘s wreck today. I myself as a fire fighter would like to explain what happened and hopefully raise some awareness, why it is probably all not as easy as it may appear to the eye of the viewer.
First of all: Rember kids, fire is hot. It is also hot if you wear bunker gear, like those guys did. But more on that later.
A lot of the critics we see is that the first fire fighter to arrive was not able to provide effective help because he „was not close enough“ or was spraying against the direction of the wind. Let me explain further:
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No but really. Out of 10 published subclasses 3-4 are explicitly knights and a 5th one is basically the same. We have: Echo Knight, Rune Knight, Eldritch Knight. Banneret - more often referenced as Purple Dragon Knight (and clearly a knight in the fluff snippet). And Cavalier which is arguably a synonym of knight. Is this intentional ? Or more like the trend of slapping "Arcane" or "Eldritch" on everything ? I understand that the less formal martial aspects clash with Barbarian's theme, but so does Knight feel very paladin-esque. I don't mind it much personally, but now I can't get it out of my head.
Edit: People have convinced me that Samurai also fits the bill, so there's that. Don't have much on the knowledge of the topic.
Edit2, Clarification boogaloo: It's not a complaint about the baggage the word Knight carries and that it would be too restrictive. It's an inquiry as to why it's so abundantly popular when there are possibilities for more variety in naming.
If you guys like these I will do a Part 2. Who should be in the next one? I feel like AD is an obvious choice. Tacko? Seems like I could do something fun with Trae Young's hair. Doris??