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It's reasonable, so long as the rest of your group is building to the same level. The fluff, happily, is easy. Western monks militant, (to contrast with the eastern flavoured monk class) like the Knights Templar or other military orders. As a cleric|fighter, you're an ordained priest trained in the arts of war. Unlike the Crusdaer (Tome of Battle) you don't ...


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The rules don’t really say; gestalt is a variant that’s pretty well fleshed-out, but it’s even less comprehensive than the usual rules. Generally speaking, there’s no reason it can’t work. Particularly for a non-player character, where LA doesn’t come into play, you can just gestalt it with Monstrous Humanoid RHD. It will ...


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By default, the way you do this is with a level-by-level approach: Scout 1 (+0/+2/+0) // Ranger 1 (+2/+2/+0) = +2/+2/+0 Scout 2 (+0/+1/+0) // Swashbuckler 1 (+2/+0/+0) = +2/+1/+0 (total: +4/+3/+0) Scout 3 (+1/+0/+1) // Swashbuckler 2 (+1/+0/=0) = +1/+0/+1 (total: +5/+3/+1) Scout 4 (+0/+1/+0) // Rogue 1 (+0/+2/+0) = +0/+2/+0 (total: ...


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Evasion doesn't stack Unless it specifically states otherwise (and some of them do), gaining duplicates of class abilities doesn't do anything special. You just get the ability to do... something you can already do. For things with effects based on level, like Turn Undead and Wildshape, whether or not they 'stack' with each other to determine what ...


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Talking about RAW here isn’t particularly useful As an Unearthed Arcana variant, the gestalt rules are mostly just suggestions and ideas – fairly fleshed out, for the most part, but it’s a mistake to think of them as really complete rules. They don’t cover this situation directly. Taken literally, you would simply get the greater ...


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This is going to vary massively from game to game, but in my own games, yes, absolutely. A gestalt game is already assuming a certain amount of changing to the classes that you are using, because you are not training discretely as one thing and then another, but rather as a homogenous whole. That is, you are not both a fighter and a cleric, you are a ...


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I think you have answered your own question there. As a wraith, you are not a living creature, and thus, do not qualify for Lich/Dry Lich by the rules, no matter their source. In the same vein, the second Lich template would also not stack or overlap on the first. (After all, how can you store your soul in two phylacteries at once? Unless you went to ...


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Gestalt exists to allow characters to have a broader range of skill, allowing a Wizard//Factotum to have the strong Will, full spellcasting progression and familiar-bond of a Wizard, while also picking up the Factotum's dabble-in-everything shtick, compensating for the squishy Wizard hit die, and picking up more skill points and Intelligence synergy while ...


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For Gestalt characters, as far as I know there isnt a hard and fast rule other than the "take the best of a class and use that". That said these options might be amenable to your DM. 1) If there only a few Gestalt Characters then you might consider maxing out rolls and giving an automatic appropriate template of choice with DM approval if the player has 2 ...



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