Fast talk, rule memorization, bend the rules, break the campaign, The Dad Look
Land of a Thousand Weathers
Common, Thassilonian, some Spanish
Tire Technician, Master Manipulator, Wizard
About Icaste Fyrbawl
Some people call me a racist mage. They say I "always fireball the savages." This simply is not true. Those savages just happen to be in the exact location I want to cast fireball at that point in time. So, to the nay-sayers, I only have this to say: *points at you* Fireball.
In all seriousness though, what's there to say? I loved playing spell casters before they were cool. I'm not a fan of them because they are 'overpowered' I like them because I like the idea of magic. Anyone can use a sword, unique individuals can use magic.
-Wizard (Who casts cool spells? wizards cast cool spells!)
-Bard (I love being the party buff machine)
-Fighter (It's a nice change of pace when spells get overdone)
-Paladin (non-douche bag variety)
-Monk (everybody wants to kung fu fight as some point, come on!)
-Cleric (I used to like them, but after being a level 12 cleric, I've learned their spell list is not to my liking)
-Sorcerer (although this has been changing with the advent of certain archetypes)
-Oracle (played one once, left a bad taste in my mouth)
-Druid (Can't get behind the concept, nothing wrong with the class)
-Inquisitor (Something rubs me the wrong way about these)
-Gunslinger (I shouldn't need a class to make a weapon viable)
I'm human (in real life!) so it's easiest for me to play humans, unfortunately. I could care less about their extra feat or skill point (and would happily trade it away if being specifically ethnic humans [taldan, varisian, etc.] would replace these with something fun)
I'm against the DPR Olympics and everything they represent. Stupidest waste of intelligence I've ever witnessed (and I work in retail).