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Mark Seifter wrote:
Already workin' on it... LOL.. To fully round him out and make him as close to the original as I can, I'm going to add one level of the psionic Wilder class to him and give him a couple of the Martial Maneuver feats from Dreamscarred's "Path of War" book. This'll teach those meddling kids a lesson.
I. Want. This. Now.
I have a bounty hunter I created waaaaay back in 1985 using the NPC class offered in a Dragon Magazine. I was looking at the playtest slayer just this morning and was wondering if I could recreate him Paizo style. Now I think I can with the bounty hunter archetype, just from what you mentioned here. But I need this now!! I was going to use him as an NPC antagonist in some upcoming games (he's gonna teach those murdering hobos a lesson).
Grey Lensman wrote:
I've known too many GM's who if they saw a tendency for a person to play super characters with an Achilles heel would ruthlessly exploit it whenever they could. Often for weeks of real time on end without any breaks to play to the character's strong points.
Sounds like they're compensating for something.
I personally can't stand having stats below 10 on my characters. So while it might be optimal to drop my warrior's Cha and Int to 7, I will never do it. Other people will. So our cookie cutters will be different.
While there's a certain romance to having PCs have average or less than average numbers in some abilities and having them overcome these drawbacks to become heroes, I prefer my heroes to be on the "superhero" side of things. Like TOZ, I don't like stats below ten.
You don't have to take it with you. Print off what you need.
It can all be found on d20pfsrd, as well.
I just create character sheets from "blank paper" as it were. I find myself writing all the same stuff (no extra work, really), and wind up with a perfectly custom sheet that is so easy to read, because it contains no extraneous slots, charts, lines, or any other messiness. That is, not only do I get to add unlimited information where applicable, I also get to exclude any information that is mere clutter.
I do the same. I haven't found another entity's sheet that I've truly been comfortable reading. So I just make my own.
Well, I've given it a shot. It's worked so far. I'm cautiously optimistic! Thanks!
My son and nephew sometimes sits in with my merry band of Old Ones. They're the only ones they have any interest in allowing in the circle. We're a pretty clannish outfit, I've learned.