Ouachitonian wrote:rorek55 wrote:Ouachitonian wrote:oracle is divine casting, unless I missed something about his build. And as I said, I'm going to be light on "arcane utility" so a half-caster for arcane wouldn't hurt.Jereru wrote:Could do Fetchling as well. I think the Oread was to be a frontlines type, so the two big holes right now are divine casting and a true rogue-type.
So what do we have? So far I've heard of:
And I don't know what else. I can work out something with an Aasimar, an Undine or a Tiefling, I have ideas for all xD Will work on the Aasimar, but feel free to tell me if you want to swap.
Ok, yeah. I just saw the “mounted” in Cuan’s post and missed Oracle somehow. If I can take the Trapfinding trait from Mummy’s Mask, my Swashbuckler can probably cover that element of Rogue, and I’ll have a pretty good number of skill points. Should have pretty high stealth as well.
Side note: I wish you could send group PMs somehow. Would make coordinating a team much easier.
Wow, this Team Planetouched idea really exploded! I am the Oread as originally mentioned. I'm dealing with some nonsense at work so I haven't dug as deeply as I'd like, but I'm currently building toward an Oread Ranger or Slayer with a shield, which will be a front-liner but have at least some skill support. Might end up wielding a giant earth breaker instead of a shield. Or might somehow end up with both.
The core idea I had with Ouachitonian was having a pair of fighters with opposite elements and opposite styles. So a Sylph Swashbuckler fighting in an airy, dextrous way, and an Oread warrior that is powerful and tough. I mention that because since there's discussion about multiple team submissions, I think our pair has some flexibility outside of a planetouched theme as well.
Another good way to do both is go Phalanx Soldier, a fighter archetype that replaces Armor Training 1 with the ability to wield a polearm (like, say, a Lucerne hammer or dwarven longhammer) one-handed. Makes for a great entry into Stalwart Defender too, if we get to a high enough level.