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Gunslinger=Fighter alternate class?

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Was thinking about a fighter(Aldori swordlord archetype)/Gunslinger and in doing some investigating came upon a thread stating that Gunslinger is an alternate class to the fighter just as Ninja is to rogue and Samurai is to Cavalier. Can this be?

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They once were, but they are no longer one.

SWEEET!! yeah lists them under base classes, while the Ninja,Samurai and Anti-paladin are the only "alternate" classes. Thanks for chiming in though!

Grand Lodge

The gunslinger was described as an alternate class to the fighter in the playtest, but this was changed in the published rulebook. Multiclassing fighter (Aldori swordlord)/gunslinger is fine.

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