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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5


8th Sep 2014, 12:03 AM

looks like he kicks stuff to me

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8th Sep 2014, 12:06 AM

Tell a story about playing a character outside your area of expertise!

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Chaotic Neutral Sorcerer

8th Sep 2014, 12:19 AM

My first time playing a caster. While I was originally planning a pathfinder monk, my GM persuaded me to play a sorcerer (or well... what basically counted as one, since it was his homebrew class).

I planned that character so horribly... even though I started at level 5, I chose bad spells and the class itself involved so much math I was slowing the group down.

On the other hand, no one could claim I was overpowered like I learned the class actually was in a later game.

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that one guy

8th Sep 2014, 12:42 AM

i've never actually played one, but thats fine because this isnt a story XD
basically, i find it really hard to build a character that capitalizes on a binder's versatility. i always want to specialize...

as for an actual story, i once built a factotum that i was gonna abuse cunning strike with. so i made him an AMAZING stealthy character... unfortunately, i had no experience with that kind of character and just walked up to a giant. i managed to hit him for quite a bit! but he lived... and then another giant flanked me and killed me. i had maybe an hour of playing with this character. but now im better at it, though i still prefer frontliners to stealth mundanes.

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Sir Applecore

8th Sep 2014, 7:11 AM

One of the campaigns I'm currently in has given me a newfound appreciation for the skills of the frontline warriors. I'm playing a Halfling Rogue in a story revolving around a lot of combat situations. Tengil is, however, a merchant extra-ordinaire. He talks to people until they do his bidding.
If ever there was a skill he did not have, he'd learn soon enough.
And if the situation goes sticky... he sticks someone important in the back and dissappears.
As a Rogue, he can pretty much instakill any mook or minion in the surprise round, but when the actual combat starts... He'd better get out of dodge.

I usually don't play a Face. Sometimes I even go for characters with rather low Charisma and very gruff personalities. So going as a character who is Terrific at everything EXCEPT combat is... new

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3rd May 2016, 1:59 AM
"Homebrewed Necrodruid"

A Leafblight Unicorn, is somewhat difficult to figure out when you're used to a Pegasus Rogue. Especially when a lot of the spells and such are homebrewed and made specifically for that character.

But really, a Druid who took Death and Decay, and can Animate Dead by Seeding a corpse from up to 50 ft away... Once I started to remember I actually had spells, I found out that my Fluttershy expy (she has a skeletal rabbit named Lelouche [It started as Lucifer, with the nickname Lucy, but then baby-speak named her Louchey, so her name changed about 40 seconds after I'd came up with it]) was actually extremely good at crowd control, what with her Wall of Thorns.

Combine it with the Paladin's Wall of Fire, and we had a great way to corner and kill this annoying mini-boss who thought running into a dead-end corridor would save him from us.

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8th Sep 2014, 4:42 AM

Every time someone hands me a pre-made spellcaster I inevitably end up just blasting things because I don't have the attention span to look through fiftyish spells. The last time this happened I ended up burning down a forest in a wizards tower that included the center tree that we needed to climb up to get to the next level.

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8th Sep 2014, 5:10 AM

Playing a Bard during one of my first campaigns was incredibly awkward for me for two reasons. The first was that, well, it was one of my first campaigns and I was still adjusting to the system. The second was only for reasons I found out later- I much prefer playing characters who break things, preferably with some sort of weapon or just their fists. Playing a Bard left me sitting there going, "Okay, I play this song to give everyone a +1 boost... Can't really do much else since my weapons are shit and I'm not high enough a level to have much in the way of offense..." Sadly, the campaign was cancelled early on, so I never really got far enough to do that, either.

Nowadays I mostly build offensive types, but I will be playing the team medic in an upcoming campaign, and I would forsee myself habit the same problem when I'm not healing people... Only this time I had the foresight to equip him with a flamethrower for when he's not healing his allies. Yes, I am playing a medic who carries around a flamethrower. I am hoping to make that as awesome as it sounds.

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8th Sep 2014, 7:04 AM

It's actually quite easy to make a bard that completely blows away the damage dealt by the big guys with heavy weapons, the secret is the fact that maintaining bardic music is a free action not a standard action and it can be maintained indefinately at no cost, so if your music is giving every strike +10d6 sonic damage per strike you can take full advantage of this yourself in melee simply by continuing to chant "kill kill kill" or by acting in a menacing fashion.

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22nd Sep 2014, 11:22 PM

And that is why the BardBarian works as a class (and is awesome). Especially when they're drummers, wielding clubs as their drumsticks.

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