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The first obvious thing is definitely to look at the Psychic Warrior. Psychic Warrior is a psionics version of the Magus, which is basically a melee caster. They are fully capable of combat and you can take the "Infiltrator" path to get access to Metamorphosis. That stated, if you really want to go "full Psion melee Metamorph", I would actually consider ...
The 3.5 third-party book Hyperconscious is generally very well-received by Psionics fans, and does offer a version of Psionic Combat for 3.5. But I think it’s optional and it’s not the part of the book that I hear people rave about, so I’m not sure how good it actually is. Better than the 3.0 version, at the very least, it seems. As my ...
Not to my Knowledge On four different RPG communities the only comment I've ever heard on psionic combat is "Thank the black gods of Hell that it's gone." As far as I'm aware no credible fix has ever been published.
Psionic Combat was not removed in Pathfinder so much as it was removed in D&D 3.5. The 3.0 Psionics Handbook (PsiH) was completely overwritten by the 3.5 Expanded Psionics Handbook (XPH), which did not include Psionic Combat. Psionic Combat was a very bad idea for a large number of reasons, though the main one is simply that it was very out of place: it ...
Yeah, I cannot find anything too, even in Psionics Trascended. Still, most if not all the attacks (Ego Whip, Mind Thrust) have a correspondent power, although now they have not really much to do with the attacks themselves.
No, you won't need psionic combat rules in Pathfinder. Psionic Combat was removed in 3.5. What you have is probably a 3.0 Psionics Handbook. The 3.5 version is called Expanded Psionics Handbook, and is devoid of psionic combat rules; many of the psionic attack and defense modes, like Mind Blast and Tower of Iron Will, were converted to normal powers.
Egoists can certainly go into melee After all, modifying yourself is what psychometabolism is all about. Metamorphosis of various levels, empathic transfer, hustle, psychofeedback, fission, and fusion are pretty good discipline powers for this. Off the main list, vigor is phenomenal, share pain is definitely not bad (and even great if you share it with a ...
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