So 2 friends and I are going to be playing in a Campaign where each of us are going to control 2 Characters.
I have chosen to take the "Martial Combat Elements" of our Party and build Twin Brothers both Fighters one with the Two-Weapon Warrior Archetype & one with the Archer Archetype. To save us trouble we are using the same 4d6 Method Stat Rolls for both character under a Player.
TWW Obvious Choices:
-Two-Weapon Fighting Tree
-Starting with a Longsword & Shortsword/Gladius combo
Archer Obvious Choices:
-Basic Archery Feats
-Starting with a cheap Shortbow and getting an Adaptive Endless Ammunition Longbow/Shortbow ASAP
This is the first time I have dealt with these two archetypes. Any advice besides the obvious will be greatly appreciated.
With those numbers it is really hard to make a bad character. But now that you can take 15 in charisma you could take the Eldritch heritage feats. There is a good guide to TWF with fighters you should look at it.
They actually rolled higher than me...
The one who is going to be our "Caster Section" has 18,18,18,16,16,16 & Our "Skill Section" has 18,18,17,16,16,16. Yes we all had a laugh at this fact. The God player is even more godly.
Add to it ALL major NPCs will be using a Modified Stat Array to be equal to our level of power.
NOTE: If we do go Point Buy then it will be 30, 35, or 40 Points. We are apparently going to be playing lesser Demi-Gods in a World where Gods Walk the Earth...
a TWW is a good choice in some aspects for a twf fighter, but i would tell your friend to just roll a standard fighter, it would be a better choice and youw ould only really lose the ability to use your bow for maneuvers.
and even better choice then a standard fighter is a mobile fighter. you can build for both melee and ranged and lets you really jack up the field.
oh i misunderstood. i would still suggest mobile fighter over archer spec, but if some aspect of the archer is appealing then i would suggest focusing on the CRB feats first, then adding in aditional feats like clustered shots later on.