you could do way of the wicked. if skull and shackeles is the one im thinking of were you get kidnaped by pirates and are forced to work on a boat i can tell you it is boring as hell and non of us including the dm liked running it
Did you get past book one? Because my gaming group play through the entire campaign and yes book one was difficult the rest of the game was fantastic.
I made an Inquisitor of Cayden who used a rapier and he was an absolute beast!
44!? Really? I'm calling B's.
I think the whole debate is false. They are two sides to the same coin and you really can't have one without the other. Pepe who say things like "I enjoy the social interaction, but don't enjoy the table top strategy of the combat side", or maybe don't like all the options and min/maxing of character creation are forgetting that ALL these things are EQUAL parts of the game!
He wasn't asking for validation, just to have people look at the issue from both sides. You are in fact just being rude.
Brodiggan Gale wrote:
No offense but it seems the problem is you've seen Bard's played badly. A bird's greatest asset is not their damage output or what kind of Archer they can be it's the fact that with a fairly simple build they make everyone else in the party better in every encounter and they're useful and versatile in any and all situations.
Not that the Wizard truely needs fixing, however I do believe that they could use a little help.
I just finished playing the kingmaker campaign and in it I played of an Inquisitor well a Friend of Mine played a paladin and I can say I honestly believe my Inquisitor could take their Paladin and head up fight not to mention being thrown away more skilled and flexible outside of anything other than possibly straight up head-to-head combat
I literally have that EXACT build for a character I'm getting ready to play in a friend's homebrew.
I'm tired of how over powered (IMO) two handed STR builds are. All you need is a high STR a two handed weapon and Power Attack and your done. The two points of shield AC in a sword and board build doesn't make up to the noticeable dip in damage out put, and the feats needed for TWF in addition to excess money it costs and the 5' step game makes it not stack up, and finesse builds are a feat taxing joke!