My DM has decided for some reason to favor humans, by mashing together the features of regular human with the human variant bonuses as well.
I was thinking of playing some kind of hexblade build, possibly with some fighter levels, maybe? Maybe a crit-fisher build with Champion, too, since his houserule on crits is that they do double max weapon damage, including ability bonuses, but not including magical or other extra damage. Seems like he really likes crits to feel huge.
Anyway, my question is, given all that, which is gonna be a better choice? Half-elf , eventually with Elven Accuracy, for 'triple' advantage, or the houseruled human with human variant bonuses, for the extra ASIs and feat? (We're using point buy, standard 27 points)
We're starting at 1st level, and will probably stay in the 1-6 or 7 range for the whole campaign, probably.
I'm not totally committed to the hexblade build, but it seemed neat and semi-powerful, but if other options sound fun or powerful or both, given those houserules, feel free to suggest! I'm all ears!
Thanks in advance.