• Justin Handlin

5 New Fantastic Feats for your Dungeons & Dragons Game


Assassin Rogue with crossbow

We love RPGs because they offer us an escape from the world, allowing us to take on the role of adventurers so we can delve into forgotten dungeons, slay monsters, and stop the evil necromancers' plots. Arguably, one of the best parts of Dungeons & Dragons is creating your character. When it comes to this, you can never have enough options.


While there is a myriad of different ways to do this: selecting a race, class, background, and archetype to name a few. One of the customization mechanics is feats. Simply put, feats are special features that allow a character to specialize or excel in a particular way.


In the end, the goal of D&D is to have fun. For some of us adding more customization for each of our players by comparing feats already created by Wizards of the Coast as a template and reference. I was able to work out a general structure and build off that. Keep in mind, feats are one of the elements in D&D that don’t typically follow a formula. They come in a variety of forms, but for this format, I wanted to keep it as consistent as I could to help ensure game balance to the best of my ability.


Below are 5 feats from our newest DMsguild product Fantastic Feats of Forgotten Realms. If you enjoy these feats, consider supporting our content and picking up the full product with over 50 feats to add to your table.