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Sacrificial Lamb:

--- Quote from: imurrx;276133 ---What I am making is a Warforged Fighter/Artificer. I was thinking of him taking perhaps up to 4 levels of Fighter and the rest in Artificer until I reach 9-10 levels. Then I would consider a couple of levels of Spellcarved Soldier and/or Warforged Juggernaut.

The Artificer levels would be used to jack up himself and also to repair any damage he has accumulated. The fighter is to beef up his meele skills. Now, depending if I make him a mobile battering ram or a free thinking lawnmower would dictate which PrC I would pick.

One unique angle I was thinking for this guy was to make a great charger/Bulrusher. My question is, how effective would Charging and Bull rushing be? I could have him by 2nd fighter levels able to +12 bulrush charge and successfully hit would result in 4d6+6 points for damage and 8d6+9 by 6th level fighter. The catch is I would need to drive the defender against a solid object with in 5 feet of contact or start to suffer penalties. I just do not know if that would be feasible or to focus on more of a pure hack and slasher.

Anythoughts?
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I don't know. My rules-fu is sorely lacking. I've read those PrCs before though, and they seem pretty decent. You'll want to withstand and dish out a bucketload of damage in melee combat. Maybe I will multi-class into Artificer after all. I was considering it before, but figured I'd wait four or five levels. Either next level or the level after that, I'll take Artificer, so that I can construct items, and provide you with some backup healing.

I know that the Warforged Juggernaut is eventually immune to the effects of potions and regular magical healing, so you need someone capable of casting Repair Light Damage. Maybe I'll just take that as a Sorceror spell instead of leveling up as an Artificer...

I'll have to think about it. :)

Sacrificial Lamb:

--- Quote from: MeatLips;276175 ---Considering the warforged's strengths and abilities, I may allow you to start him at 2nd level. Hey! That would mean you could have a whole level in Fighter AND a whole level in Artificer!

Would you just look at that, Senor Tortilla, I'm being so damned generous!
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Meatlips! You're online! How's it goin', sunshine? :) You know...technically, he should start his new character at our level as Warforged have no level adjustments whatsoever. They may seem powerful, but they have tons of penalties as well..

MeatLips:

--- Quote from: Sacrificial Lamb;276178 ---Meatlips! You're online! How's it goin', sunshine? :) You know...technically, he should start his new character at our level as Warforged have no level adjustments whatsoever. They may seem powerful, but they have tons of penalties as well..
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I'll think about it... champ. After all, I'm not trying to be condescending* or anything.


*BTW, 'condescending' means 'to talk down to' :-)

MeatLips:

--- Quote from: Sacrificial Lamb;276178 ---Meatlips! You're online! How's it goin', sunshine? :) You know...technically, he should start his new character at our level as Warforged have no level adjustments whatsoever. They may seem powerful, but they have tons of penalties as well..
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I'll think about it... champ. After all, I'm not trying to be condescending* or anything.


*BTW, 'condescending' means 'to talk down to' :-)

MeatLips:

--- Quote from: Sacrificial Lamb;276178 ---Meatlips! You're online! How's it goin', sunshine? :) You know...technically, he should start his new character at our level as Warforged have no level adjustments whatsoever. They may seem powerful, but they have tons of penalties as well..
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I'll think about it... champ. After all, I'm not trying to be condescending* or anything.


*BTW, 'condescending' means 'to talk down to' :-)

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