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The most random thing to zero in on on your post I'll admit, but Unseen Servant being able to cook is a lot more than what it could do previously, which was basically push/pull/open/carry and clean.
As for altering the all-or-nothing instant lose spells to be more commonly debuffs than fight enders, that's healthy for the system and games.
I've never seen a martial break the game either, in the way that spellcasters can anyway.
Anyone who refuses to play along with the rest of the group or go on the adventure that you planned can break the game. I've had more difficulty, over the decades, with a first level rouge or bard trying to pick every pocket in town or seduce the nuns at the local monastery than I've had with a wizard breaking reality.I did have a druid in 3.5 that photo copied every single druid spell in the game into one big tome, so you never knew which of his thousand+ spells he was going to prepare for the day. That was a pain in the butt to try and plan around.