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Your favorite classes

Discussion in 'Dungeons & Dragons + Other RPGs' started by Padine the Paladin, Jun 5, 2002.

  1. Amon-Ra Gems: 10/31
    Latest gem: Zircon

    Nov 1, 2000
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    Hm... From my experiences DMing and playing, (having played several of each class)- my favs:

    I- Sorcerers (flavorful, powerful)
    II- Barbarians (wow, the RP capabilities)
    III- Rogues (the skills are just plain fun to play with)
    IV- Paladins (the Divine Grace is uncanny, and fun to RP)
    V- Clerics (very dynamic [esp. w/faiths and pantheons])
    VI- Druids (decidedly fun, powerful later on)
    VII- Monks (early on, they're weak, but fun to RP)
    VIII- Fighters (takes other aspects to make them fun)
    IX- Wizards (dirty book carriers, just too limited comparatively)
    X- Bards (There just aren't enough songs)
    XI- Rangers (Fighters, even fighters, can be more dynamic)

    Rangers can be exempt from their final spot IF the alternative Ranger style is used- as done by Monty.

    I've been playing nonstop 3E since it came out- by far my favorite character was a Dwarven Barbarian/Ranger that duel wielded Battle- and Handaxes. RP wise, power wise, gobs of fun.

  2. Relic Gems: 7/31
    Latest gem: Tchazar

    Jul 10, 2001
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    Ok, I'll jump on the bandwagon:

    I. Rogues (always have loved them - 1st ed. to 3rd)
    II. Rangers
    III. Fighters
    IV. Clerics

    That's about it, never have liked to play spellcasters, but who knows now?
  3. Abyssal Knight Gems: 10/31
    Latest gem: Zircon

    Jun 19, 2002
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    1. Rangers
    2. Rouges
    3. Wizards
    4. Clerics
    5. Druids

    I have always loved the Rangers dual-wielding and stealth abilities.
    Last edited by a moderator: Dec 27, 2017
  4. Tesserus Gems: 1/31
    Latest gem: Turquoise

    Jul 24, 2002
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    Rogues. You just can not go wrong with rogues. Rogues and Wizards.

    My most hated classes? Sorcerers, Barbarians, and Monks. They have no place in D&D.
  5. Fritz Gems: 2/31
    Latest gem: Fire Agate

    Jun 26, 2002
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    Fallen Paladins!:evil:
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