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I made these with the ARG guidelines once! They were Halflings that moved to the first world and became more and more like fey until Fey was their type instead of Humanoid(Halfling). They were also Tiny, cause they were half the size of normal Halflings. :)
Multiclassing like that is terrible, and Brown Fur Transmuter is only good if you have party members that like it too. My Arcanist for a similar character was a Spell Specialist Arcanist so they could qualify for Dragon Disciple. The stat bonuses from that are nice for Melee-focused Transmuters, and since it gives you the Draconic Bloodline it counts as "another source" for Bloodline Development.
Apparently Wyvaran is supposed to cover that, sadly. I mentioned earlier in this thread how much I'd enjoy a draconic Dragon Race(not humanoid in shape), and got a reply that such a race was very unlikely to happen in a player companion. Might get something akin to Skinwalkers though.
Now that I think about it, a Dragon variant for Skinwalker could be very, very cool!
I imagine if you pick Cold damage then Hydro would easily land those iteratives. Combine that with a scale option for armor or a shield(a gold saver) and the high Dexterity and Constitution the Kineticist sports and you should do just fine.
For a Geo I'd grab a level of fighter first, focus on Strength instead of Dex, and walk around with a Heavy Shield in Fullplate. Be hard to hit and hard to hurt(thanks to Flesh of Stone).
Well, if we do get Kineticist and Summoner archetypes, I hope they can rise to the bar set by Dragon Tamer(Summoner, Midgard: Book of Drakes) and Dragon Pact(Kineticist, Kineticists of Porphyra II).
And that, for the love of Aspu, the Summoner Archetype is not another Unchained(but really even more chained) Summoner...
No, they do not. DD doesn't care about spontaneous casting.
"Spellcasting: Ability to cast 1st-level arcane spells without preparation. If the character has sorcerer levels, he must have the draconic bloodline. If the character gains levels of sorcerer after taking this class, he must take the draconic bloodline."
A Spell Specialist arcanist could progress as a DD though.
The Sword wrote:
Players should have a level field without all having to take the same equipment.
So what's your proposal for balancing out the various levels of system mastery a group of people might have(new player vs veteran) and getting rid of the Big 6 that the game itself is built around you having?
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