In general, you seem to be confusing what a house rule is, but whatever.>Macro
I don't understand wtf this is, so whatever>HP
Don't give people a bailout if they roll. Just stick with the standard choices. Why do you need a houserule at all?>Outlander
Sure whatever>No multiclassing
Why exclude SCAG?>Milestone leveling
Fine>No v. human, free feat for everyone, standard human gets 2 skills
This isn't a problem per se, but characters are radically more powerful with a free feat across the board, so be prepared for that - it's basically a free damage increase for martials and a defensive upgrade for casters.>Rest and food
The Goodberry change is probably unnecessary because the players don't get a long rest every night anyway, so they can't just Goodberry their way through life.
Why do players need so many ways to remove exhaustion? You've only *just* made it a meaningful penalty, and now they can just pound some beef jerky to remove it?>Spells that create food are banned
Why? That's all of one spell, and the opportunity cost is a spell prep and a level 3 slot. That's actually pretty meaningful. This rule isn't necessary.>SR 8 Hrs, LR 48 hrs
Maybe throw the ability to LR in an unsafe area that takes 72 or 96 hours.Like if there's a relatively secured campsite in the woods, it might still be "unsafe" but they can camp there.>Skill checks in combat
....this isn't a house rule. This is a regular rule. You can use skills in combat, with an ad hoc decision on action type by the DM>Surprise round happens in intuitive order
Why? Why not use the normal rules? Do you even know what the normal rules for initiative are and for surprise? Because they work better than you may think they do.