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Comic 2 - Strange Similarities

4th January 2018 in Form Gaming Party!
Strange Similarities
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kidra 4th Jan 2018, 2:00 PM edit delete
Discussion time: What's your favorite class to play. I guess you should also mention what system it was in.

My game of choice is Pathfinder, and my favorite class so far has been Ranger. I'm pretty combat oriented, but I also want to actually have skill points to use. Sure you lose out on the combat feats, but I think it's a worthy trade. Plus I played an archetype that traded spells for combat abilities.

I've always wanted to play a Paladin, but the situation hasn't arisen for that to work out for me yet.
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MagicMixture 4th Jan 2018, 2:10 PM edit delete reply
Ooooh! This is going to be awesome! I wish you luck!
kidra 4th Jan 2018, 2:43 PM edit delete reply
Thanks! I'm excited about it :)
MagicMixture 4th Jan 2018, 3:20 PM edit delete reply
In a 7th Sea campaign, I played a swordsman trained in the Robertson school of fighting. What was awesome was that I used a rapier and a cloak combined so I could entangle a foe and strike. I didn't get to play for long, but it was an awesome concept.
kidra 5th Jan 2018, 6:35 AM edit delete reply
Nice, that sounds like loads of fun!
Deez Rodenutz 9th Mar 2018, 10:22 PM edit delete reply
I've played pathfinder and a few other things, but D&D 3.5 is still my preferred game.

If I don't have any other ideas, my default is usually the rogue.

Otherwise, I like to dig through the books and find unusual build ideas, often using the fighter due to his bonus combat feats.
I tend to think outside the box, making me great for getting away with crazy stuff using seemingly harmless in game items and abilities.

Thus, my favorite build was a rock throwing fighter, who gained cantrips, then rune magic (admittedly, worked with DM to tweak the rules of rune use).
With a little creativity, even cantrips can be deadly.
Enemies don't like when their bags/pouches/buckles keep opening in battle.
Enemies also don't like when they cant get out of an unnatural darkness because its source is stuck to them.

Also, DM should probably not give me spray bottles of gardening chemicals, while I also have torches.
Definatly shouldn't have us face a rope monster shortly after acquiring said spray bottles.
(no, he didn't do that intentionally)
Guest 10th Mar 2018, 8:26 PM edit delete reply
In case it isn't clear, the runecrafting was used to imbue magic into the rocks, which would go off when the rocks hit enemies.
kidra 12th Mar 2018, 6:34 AM edit delete reply
That…That's beautiful. I might steal this for a campaign I'm running.
SuperJedi224 20th Aug 2018, 1:54 PM edit delete reply
I've done a couple different fighters and a paladin, I've rolled up one or two other characters but haven't had the chance to use them yet.

I think my favorite one of the characters I've actually gotten to use is the multiclass paladin/gunslinger I'm using for one of my Pathfinder campaigns.

Also, this comic looks pretty promising so far (though I'll confess that I know almost nothing about the source material).
kidra 20th Aug 2018, 5:17 PM edit delete reply
A Paladin Gunslinger sounds AWESOME.

And you should really check out the show. It's fantastic. Though I suppose I'm biased considering I loved it enough to base a comic off it.
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