All adventurers, of all sizes and shapes! Thank you for visiting my website. Today we’re going to be taking a look at dnd 5e Fey Teleportation feat. This is a great tool for high elves who need to quickly get out of tight spots and do so in style. It is found in the xanathar’s guide to everything handbook and it is definitely worth getting if you don’t own it already. That being said guys let’s take a quick look at how feats work and operate?
A feat is basically a skill that you get every four levels. This means you can choose to improve your ability score or not. Sometimes it’s better to go with an ability score improvement other times a feat might suit your needs. It all comes down to your play style. These feats can be used to add more features, abilities, and expertise to your character. Let’s take a look at the description for fey teleportation.
This is possible only if you meet certain requirements. A high elf is required. You can’t be a half-elf, you can’t be a wood elf, can’t be a anything like that you’ve got to be a high elf in order to get this. With that out of the way let’s take a look at the description.
Prerequisite: Elf (High)
Your study of high-elven lore will unlock the fey power few other elves possess, apart from your eladrin cousins. But, you could temporarily walk via a Feywild to cut down on the time it takes to get from one place to the next. These are the benefits of the dnd5e feat:
- The teleportation feat fey 5e can increase your Intelligence score or charisma score by 1 up to maximum 20.
- You can now speak, read, and write the 5e sylvan languages.
- You can also learn the misty-step spell and cast it once without spending the spell slot. After a long or short rest, you can regain the ability of casting it this way. This spell uses the Intelligence to increase your spellcasting abilities.
It’s very cool. Let’s take a look at the walkthrough and break it down a little bit more.
So the intelligence secrets may increase not a whole lot really dressed there i’d recommend putting it in whichever one is closest to the modifier increase. If you are going to the same place, use it. Charisma is the best for most characters. Sylvan’s ability to communicate, write and read is also very cool.
I don’t really think they had to put it in there. It’s nice and campaign dependent. This is very cool and the misty step spell, if you’re not familiar with how misty step works i’ll write you the spell description because literally a sentence.
You can teleport to any unoccupied space you see by simply being surrounded or briefly surrounded with silvery mist. It’s really cool! This is a great idea. Let’s take a look at my personal thoughts for it.
The idea of a robe that has this feature was something I loved thematically. I’m just because the ability to the whole mist movement teleportation thing is very rogue is kind of a like throw them a smoke bomb at the ground and then disappear only to reappear somewhere else.
I think that’s really cool. Who benefits most mechanically from this? It’s probably the spell-casters. I think the hex played warlock would probably gain the most from this if i’m being honest. So spellcasters gained from it something because if you’re surrounded or someone gets jump on you and get this the surprise round and you’re in a really rough spot. This is a guaranteed way to escape without having to take any advantage of opportunities.
So that’s really cool they’re. This is why I think that the hex blade warlock and warlock might be most affected. If you’re a hex played warlock. You’re in the thick of combat.
That being said, your hit point die really isn’t that large. So if your armored agathis rands out and you’re almost dead and you’re surrounded by enemies and you’ve already used up your spell slot. You just need to find a way out. This is the way to do it….hands down.
That being said if you have any crazy ideas or uses for this feat or if you have any build your cool stories involving it, i’d really like to hear them down beneath and i know everyone else reading this article would as well. I’m so grateful that you took the time to read this article. Happy adventuring!