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Get this jiggaboo away from me... 
22nd-Jul-2004 01:07 pm
Alf
It's been a while since I've played a dwarf, and as there's a shortage of fighting classes in the campaign I'm starting play in this week, I've decided to be a dwarven barbarian. I'm planning on going with the Thunderthrower prestige class at 7th or 8th level (they specialize in throwing axes and the like), but as we're starting at 3rd level, I think I should come up with something a little unique until I hit that point. So if anybody has any ideas, I'd be quite open to suggestions. Here's what we got:

Party:
+Dwarven Barbarian (me)
+Elvish sorceror
+Cleric/Wizard who's going with a prestige class in the DMs guide that gains levels as both a cleric and a wizard at the same time, I'm not sure of the name
+Cleric
+Evlish Ranger/Druid
+Dwarf Fighter NPC

Anybody who's got any ideas, just bear in mind I need to end up with a base attack of +7 and a few assorted feats like Far Shot at the end of it to qualify for the prestige class.
Comments 
22nd-Jul-2004 12:32 pm (UTC)
Rogue/Barbarian

Rage and flank things, you don't need presence of mind to Sneak Attack
22nd-Jul-2004 12:35 pm (UTC) - Suggestion
Don't worry too much about the pre-requisite feats at low levels: a Dwarf Barbarian loses very little by taking some levels of Fighter to catch up on feats later on, if you can justify becoming literate to your DM.

22nd-Jul-2004 05:04 pm (UTC) - Re: Suggestion
or instead, become fighter first, then barbarian. that way you already are literate.
23rd-Jul-2004 12:38 am (UTC)
The dual-casting class you are speaking of is called the Mystic Theurge. Just an FYI there. Nice class actually.
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23rd-Jul-2004 05:26 am (UTC)
*nods* That's usually the way I do it. I create a character with a history, something that catches my curiosity, makes me want to play her personality. Then I find a race and class that fits.
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