Heck yes! Since the class seems low in features and rather bare bones add flyting. Get some viking rap battle going on to make the skald more flavorful.
I mean who wants to fight the guy with frothing allies who just called dropped the best yo' mamma poem in all of Golarion?
To be honest I'm not a fan. Most of the time they don't really play different from normal characters. Like mentioned above they're the new drizz't and common as dirt. This also means that most groups don't have NPCs react harsh enough if a horned red person walks through the hamlet of Dirtvale and no one cares.
I've never seen one played in person (my group is excellent and could change my opinion) but online games have left a bad taste in my mouth.
The roleplay is going to go down three tracks:
Mostly I dislike alignment based outsider mixes so I dislike aasimar just as much. They show big problems of "look how much I follow my birth alignment" or "look how much I don't follow my birth alignment" roleplay.
Although now at the end of my stream of consciousness rant I realize I have seen one played decently in 4e as a female bard.
The commoner railgun is a misconception by people who try to combine physics with RaW. It doesn't work that way
The cannonball does accelerate to 250mps but then is thrown as far as the last commoner can throw it based on his strength score (not far) and uses his BaB (not good).
It just rapidly accelerates and ends with a normal guy throwing a cannonball as fast as a normal person can throw a normal cannonball.
Absolute and disgustingly unfair hyberbole :)
No that's not what this is about that's what the "What's the most useless feat" thread is about. The OP in his first post says "WHY WOULD SOMEONE EVER FOCUS ON CROSSBOWS THEY'RE SOOOO TERRIBLE". They're not. You lose out on 2-5 damage a hit and have to take 1 more feat than bows. OH NO!
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Currently playing a ranger with crossbow style. Works just fine.