So I'm going to be playing in a three man evil party and was looking to make a high damage melee half orc.
I'm thinking either Skulking Slayer Rogue or the Executioner Archetype for the slayer class.
I'm also looking at surprise follow through and it's line.
Should I start out with a level of fighter no matter which way I go?
25 point buy, I have the intelligence so high to pick up dirty trick and other feats as well as roleplaying purposes.
I haven't done anything with pathfinder for awhile so I'd probably go Slayer except for the fact that Unchained rogue is now available. Is rogue worth it now?
Scout is pretty much a must-use archetype if you're using a rogue and works well with Skulking Slayer. Always nice to see others using STR rogue builds.
That said, there's a valid reason rogues aren't recommended often, thanks to the presence of things like vivisectionists, archaeologists, and slayers. Still though, if you're fine with the restraints of a rogue, I'd still recommend it if only for the Skulking Slayer/Scout combo. Sneak Attack d8s on a charge is just very satisfying.