So after some careful thought, I'm going to go over the rules stuff I've posted for Oceana so far on the Microlite Nexus and I'm going to switch from Pathfinder 2e-style proficiency to Fifth Edition-style proficiency after all. This is because:
1. I'm way more familiar with Fifth Edition.
2. This keeps the sorcerer's spell save DC under control.
3. You won't have to update a couple of attack rolls/skills/saves every single time you gain a level.
I'm still going to keep Initiative as an Intelligence-based roll, though, because I like how it's mental-based in Pathfinder 2e.
Another thing I'm going to add is every class will have what's called a Class Ability DC. It's like a saving throw DC for spells, except it's for class abilities. Per 5e's standards, your class ability DC is 8 + your proficiency bonus + your class's listed ability score modifier.
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