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Got it. Sounds good!
Oh adam. Her and the Matron would generate friction in all the right ways!
So I may have come up with a rather complicated yet interesting routine that could be very impactful, especially at higher levels, and I'm asking for a rules check here.
1) Raging song. Grants a morale bonus of +2 to str and con just like rage does. Does count as a Bardic Performance.
2) Another bardic performance (I'm looking into Archaeologist's Luck, specifically) + Lingering Performance
3) Community minded trait, which says that any morale bonuses persist for two rounds.
So, If I raging song one round, then switch to Bardic performance, could I grant both these bonuses to my party?
Round 1: Raging song. Everyone gains +1 attack and damage (as long as you're Str built).
This means that I am essentially doing nothing but performing for at least two thirds of my actions until later levels, I know. I would probably never do this just because of that. However, once getting the performances up becomes quicker, and the combined bonuses insane, could this become one of the most insane buffer for the melee members of the party?
I think I'm zeroing in on a Skald+Bard (Archaeologist) combo. I just wasn't feeling the paladin. Too many internal Don Quixote references.
Story wise he is still bound to the wizard for a time as repayment for a debt. His personal goals, however, focus on self perfection through rage and uniting himself with the rhythm of the world.