LoneKnave wrote:Anzyr wrote:It's funny because 4e itself is proof as well...LazarX wrote:
It's a search for a solution for a problem that no one has proved to exist to the extent that the board posters claim it has.
You want the "balance" you claim to be seeking... go play 4th edition and homogenise the classes. Because you either want to make casters out of fighters, or take away the major magic of the arcane folks.
If you want to deal with the problem of iteative attacks, Pathfinder Unchained Has solutions in that avenue.
You can make martials special without making the same. Path of War alone is proof of that so your statement is invalid.
Yes and no.
The original core book classes are very same-y. While the later classes moved away from this paradigm, the original classes are pretty homogenous.
My 4E knowledge is essentially corebook which is where the Fighter and Wizard live.