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What book(s) is the Shaman class in besides Oriental Adventures? A… 
7th-Aug-2004 07:59 pm
Bill by Binkette
What book(s) is the Shaman class in besides Oriental Adventures? A friend wants to make one but we rather not use the OA book for it.

Is there one in other books?
7th-Aug-2004 03:46 pm (UTC)
The Complete Divine has a Shaman class.
8th-Aug-2004 10:14 am (UTC)
Thanks. Passed word on to the player who wanted it.
7th-Aug-2004 04:03 pm (UTC)
Green Ronin's The Shaman's Handbook is a good place to look.
7th-Aug-2004 08:03 pm (UTC)
Rule number one: shaman is a druid cleric class combo so jsut mess with the spell lists of one of them.
rule number two: shamans are fucktarded why would you ever need one and be too lazy to make your own...
7th-Aug-2004 08:41 pm (UTC)
Funny, I don't recall seeing them in Monster Manual I or II...or Song and Silence (to name a few).

8th-Aug-2004 09:23 am (UTC)
you're an idiot...

song and silence is for thieves adn bards of course it won't have anything on a cleric/druid class! the monster manuals are for MONSTERS NOT classes. you're obviously an idiot who can't play dnd for his life.
8th-Aug-2004 10:14 am (UTC)
well, you said it was in "EVERYBOOK" (that should be two words not one btw...) and I mentioned books that it is not in.

Hmm since you said it was in "EVERYBOOK" perhaps you're the idiot.

Either way, someone answered my question without being a jackass. So can continue this meaningless shit if you wish. I won't bother.
7th-Aug-2004 08:53 pm (UTC)
To number one: Well, that is one way of doing it. Another would be jsut comepletely creating it from scratch. I think the class combo would only capture the flavor of certain archetypal shamans, but not every one of them, so looking for various sources was a pretty good idea.

Some people like shamans.

Yeah, they are in a lot of places, but it wasn't really necessary to get all insulting
9th-Aug-2004 01:05 am (UTC)
The Spirit Shaman from Complete Divine is not the same as the Shaman from Oriental Adventures; the former feels a lot like the Sha'ir from Al-Qadim. The Shaman's Handbook is similiar to the Shaman of OA in concept and gameplay niche, but operates with different class abilities and adheres far closer to the animist way of the shamanic tradition. All of these classes are different by design.
9th-Aug-2004 03:34 am (UTC)
well, I got both books from a bud and gave them to him. He'll check it out and see if he wants to play it. thanks.
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