Building a Lawnmower Combo - Fighter / Cavalier team.


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So I'm tinkering. I want crazy good low level zone denial with a fighter and Cavalier mix. My questions are 2:

1. What Teamwork feats would you pick for the Cav that would sync up good with a spear archtype fighter?

2. Should I focus on setting up brace with the Fighter using the Cav to push foes with his mount or go for the double charging mix?


Paired opportunist, outflank, and broken wing gambit. any of these appear to be good team work feats for levels 1-5.

Also, nets, since they draw AoO when the target tries to free themselves.


Reach Weapons with both? Cleric with Strength Domain gets Enlarge as well as the Arcane Casters - that's 2 x 15' zones of 'threat' - and some reach weapons deal large amounts of damage.


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Ooh, the fighter should definitely take the Roughrider archetype. What a pair that would make... the noble, honorable Cavalier of some Order and the somewhat more gruff and tactical mounted Fighter counterpart.

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Kazaan wrote:
Ooh, the fighter should definitely take the Roughrider archetype. What a pair that would make... the noble, honorable Cavalier of some Order and the somewhat more gruff and tactical mounted Fighter counterpart.

Oh, I like that. Paired Opportunist was on my to-do list. I'll keep an eye on outflank.

The idea is to chew up people with combat reflexes.


BEyond the aforementioned teamwork feats I'd also suggest looking into either order of the star or order of the cockatrice as the orders for aforementioned bromance.


TarkXT wrote:
BEyond the aforementioned teamwork feats I'd also suggest looking into either order of the star or order of the cockatrice as the orders for aforementioned bromance.

Oh that makes it even better if he takes Cockatrice. Noble, arrogant, high-born Cavalier who is just absolutely full of himself paired with a gruff, middle-status fighter who is just as good, but isn't noble-born so can't be a cavalier. Cavalier looks down on the Fighter because he's of a lower social status while constantly struggling to keep pace and wondering why a "commoner" can perform so well in combat the whole while and the Fighter is constantly proving his worth despite his low-born status.

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