Turin the Mad wrote:
To paraphrase the Operative from Serenity you mean... ;-)
Thanks, End...I'll check that out.
As a longtime DM who is finally getting a chance to play I was hoping for a few more options - specifically an archetype that trades out the Partnered Blade abilities. That's the one part that just never sat right with me.
That being said, I still love this class. Guess I'll just have to play it as is for now...
Marc Radle wrote:
Thank you kindly for the offer.I shouldn't need it until this weekend but if it has not been posted by then I will certainly take you up on the offer.
Marc Radle wrote:
That would be appreciated!
I go back and forth on using them in the games I run. I've found that most PC's tend to bank them to avoid death, as has been mentioned by several people above.
I like that they offer you a way out when the dice hate you but I dislike the reluctance of most of my players to use them to do something, well, heroic...
My apologies if this has been addressed elsewhere but has the Gearforged been updated as of yet? I know some design changes were being talked about but i was never able to find out if those changes were actually finished/released.
Or, perhaps, will we see an Advanced Race book for Gearforged in the (hopefully near) future?
Thank you, silverhair2008. The errata definitely helps.
I would still prefer a hardcover copy with the errata though.
I've created half a dozen new characters (concepts and sheets) for an upcoming 7th Sea campaign alone!
And like The Drunken Dragon, if you give me more than a week to create a character before we start the game I am going to contemplate a new character every darn day until it does start.
But I think that's part of the reason WHY I love role-playing.
You'll definitely want to max out Perception. You can't hit what you don't see.
I also really like the Liberation Domain and at your level it will be very helpful to the entire party.
I'm not a big fan of dumping stats so I feel yours are fine. But I'm sure someone will come along soon and say otherwise...
As for feats I think Clustered Shot might be useful.
Down to the last six hours and all three volumes have been unlocked, covering the entirety of the Zeitgesit Adventure Path.
If you haven't signed up then now is the time.
I've been game for a long ass time and this is one of the best adventures I've ever had the privilege of running...
Thanks EN World for making this possible.
My vote is for the spell-less ranger from Kobold Press. I absolutely love that class.
Full BAB, 6 skill points, d10 HD, and you'll have enough feats to be effective with whatever combat style (or styles) you choose. The loss of the ability to use cure wands hurts a bit but is easily made up for by the classes utility.
Plus, Rangers are just cool.