sadie wrote:A common critique levelled at third-party classes is that they're overpowered. This is more true for some than others, of course: third edition D&D had it bad, with the average per level creeping up every year; Pathfinder less so. Even so,I've designed character sheets for a bunch of the most popular Pathfinder-compatible third-party material, and I do feel that even when it's well-designed, full of flavour and not deliberately broken, it's often just that little bit too powerful by level.
Mind linking some of these overpowered third party classes?
I've yet to actually see a 3rd party class that was able to supplant Wizard and Witch from their throne on the mountain. I'd be very interested to read such a class.