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A long-running Pathfinder campaign in which I was involved that ended when characters were level 14 included—at one point or another—a half-orc inquisitor, a human barbarian, a human cleric, and a vanara druid. The campaign had the PCs as police detectives in the Magic: The Gatering setting Innistrad. Adventures involved a great deal of investigation and ...


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A truism of 3e+ D&D is that the best way to get versatility is to get spellcasting ability. Out of combat (heck, even in combat), movement/bypassing abilities (fly, ddoor, teleport, passwall, freedom of movement...), social (from charisma buffs to charm to dominate), illusions, etc. are all super helpful. You could take a magic item to get one or two of ...


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You do not mention ranged weapons. You could get a Longbow of Speed or something similar. The versatility would help you counter-attack and survive an opponent that attacks at range. If you really don't want a ranged weapon, a pair of throwing axes or short spears could also offer versatility. It would help to have something that allows you to close to ...


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Your character needs to be multiclassed. Take enough levels of an arcane spellcasting class to be able to cast 3rd-level spells. From the descriptive text for the Prestige Class Eldritch Knight, Because the road to becoming an eldritch knight requires both martial prowess and arcane power, eldritch knights almost always begin their paths as ...


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Most of the time when a GM says “figure out some way to X in-game”, they're suggesting that you figure it out in-game, not figure it out out-of-game and just do the final step in-game. This is an adventure hook. To follow the hook means getting your character to investigate and do research in-game. So get thee to a sage! I'm sure they'll have interesting ...


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In response to Ellesedil and your comment back, you could consider being a Bard if you only want healing spells. They use Charisma, have a huge number of skill points for Diplomacy, Bluff, etc and provide large bonuses to party defenses. There is no problem with using a Katana 2 handed and removing one hand to cast as necessary. Remember with the bard, you ...


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I know three ways to boost crit range beyond the "double crit range, doesn't stack" things. However, you can't do them with a fighter. Streetfighter barbarian: +1 crit range The streetfighter barbarian gains +1 to his crit range when attacking flat-footed opponents or charging. You need 7 levels of barbarian to gain this ability. Arcane duelist: double ...



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