Chaotic good Kitsune Vigilante who's active name is Nagirrek (my DM refused that I call my civilian identity "Ronyar" XD).
A natural attacks overload build in the making (fully only at level 9) with a dirty tricks backup that will be incorporated latter (level 13) and the capacity to infiltrate anywhere (+40 in disguise if I take any human shape since level 1, I can be more real than the guy himself :3)
Playing with a Paladin of Iomedae that forgot that telling the henchmen that we are here to arrest their boss will surely results in a fight, a cleric of Milany that I woo and is by far the most important member of the group because she is keeping us alive, and a sorcerer specialised in electricity and sound that we need to drag to the action to prevent her to be far away from said action because she thought that trying to get reinforcement from the guard is a good idea when we only have a few minutes to act. ^^
(My next character will need to be far more serious ^^)
The objective is to emulate as close as possible the capacities of a succubus, bonus point if grabbing ready and/or good aligned.
The things to emulate:
Bloodrager Kitsune cover a great deal of the whole. But is lacking in the "dominate person" deal until very late.
So. How can one build a SiaG PC? (To BE the succubus that grapple ;p)
No 3rd party. PFS legal optional.
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Rogue is at least going to be a sneaky stabby skill guy.
That's where you are slightly wrong. You CAN play an effective rogue in heavy armour that make use of non lethal damage and a 2-handed bludgeoning weapon.There are very few classes that you can't play against it's stereotypes.
For the paladin, there is the vindicative bastard that allows a different kind of paladin.
Or even some classes that can make "pseudo-paladin" too, and, if you say that you are a chaotic good paladin (even if your classe is technically "vigilante" with the divine archetype), no one can tell "no", simply because Milany paladin are VERY unorthodox.
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Willing to do the impossible to discover the rules of the universe?
Two weapons fighting vigilant with morphic weapons...
And, because you get social talents and large amounts of skills, you are not useless out of battle.
You can also do touch attacks without taking AoO if the Chilling Touch buff is active. But you won't to damage with your unarmed strike, only the Chilling Touch and (maybe, see next paragraph) Sneak Attack.
The fact that touch attacks can benefit from sneak attacks is... Debatable (DM ruling?) however, as sneak attacks deal "extra damage", and a touch attack deal no damage by itself except delivering a spell effect.
You can apply any touch spell effect with a simple "touch" or an unarmed strike.
I'll trade 1 level and +1/3 bab for:
It seems fair ^^
Thanks for your help!
The question is:
Lethal Grace (Ex) (Ultimate Intrigue pg. 15): The vigilante combines strength and speed into incredibly deadly attacks. He gains Weapon Finesse as a bonus feat, and if he already has the Weapon Finesse feat, he can immediately swap it for another feat for which he qualified at the level he chose Weapon Finesse. (Skip the part about damage)
Finesse Training (Ex): At 1st level, a rogue gains Weapon Finesse as a bonus feat
Thanks for your time
Basically, this thread is a reenactment of the cold war...
IRL, the question will not even be ask by 90% of the player. As said before, IRL, if a friend can craft you something, you tend to pay him more than the simple material cost. ^^
Edit: For the one that say that if crafter make other pay for they work then the healer should do too, just add up the "cost" of the typical day of adventuring to see how much each class "officially" bring to the table in term of gold value :3
Also, a Wizard mercenary don't make you pay each individual spell cast, do they? It's a package ^^