Multiclassing in Dungeons & Dragons is quite joyful. It lets you explore the game more by creating a complex character who has multiple traits all of which can be levelled up simultaneously. However, when it comes to finding out an ideal class to add into a multiclass, it can be a tough experience. This brings us to our listicle of the Top 5 Classes for Multiclassing a D&D character. Let us look at it.
The fighter class is possibly the best class to use in a multiclass purely due to the fact that they gain the heavy armor proficiency as they level up. Fighters are also quite versatile in their own right. Though, not a team player themselves, their ability to constantly strike is something every team looks for.
Hunters by nature, Rangers are a great class to add to a multiclass. They are hard hitter while being quite efficient with their hits as well. Spellcasting is also quite fun with a ranger despite them being a half-caster.
Barbarians are the toughest sons of bi*ches out there in Dungeons & Dragons. They are great if you love to grab and smash your rivals. Although a little clunky singularly, if you can properly combine them with a someone like a fighter, they are extremely fun to play with.
Rogue is an interesting class to add into a multiclass. They are hard hitters with plenty of versatility. But their most significant strength is their skillset which D&D themselves promote considering that characters of a Rogue class start with 4 skills while most other classes get 2.
Bards aren't the hardest of hitters. In fact, they are pretty weak in that department. However, they are full-casters with great versatility as well. They are also skill monkeys which makes them a great team player. Therefore, they are an ideal class choice if you combine them with a hard hitter.
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