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Gladiator 
16th-Apr-2004 09:56 am
We just started a 3.5 Dark Sun campain, using the rules published in Dragon. So far, so good. I am wondering if anyone has any recommnedations that would be good for a Fighter to take to be a "gladiator". Is there a prestige class out there that would work? I also wonder if there are any skills I should make class skill for her? Bluff, maybe - for those "dirty tricks" (thrown sand in the face, faking being hurt, etc)

Any Ideas?
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16th-Apr-2004 09:23 am (UTC)
There is a gladiator prestige career, I think it's in "Sword and Fist".
It's pretty good but a lot of the abilities rely on there being an audience, is that appropriate for what you're doing?
16th-Apr-2004 09:28 am (UTC)
I'll show her the prestige class, and she can decide. Thanks!
16th-Apr-2004 09:29 am (UTC)
there's a feat called 'dirty fighting' (i think in song and silence)... lets you add damage based on your fighting techniques kinda like Monte's ranger's 'Favored Enemy Damage'

:o)
Dan
16th-Apr-2004 09:40 am (UTC)
Dragon 301, IIRC, features gladiators. Or one of them since 301.
16th-Apr-2004 02:34 pm (UTC)
Complete Warrior is a book of PrCs for warriors (with a lot of feats n stuff too). I recall there being a few classes in there that could easily be made for a gladiator-type character (or even 3.5 updates of the Sword and Fist stuff). I would check that out.

Otherwise a lot depends on what kind of gladiator stuff your charcter would be doing.
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