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Mon, 17th Dec '01, 2:44pm
Just like the title says: What character class are you planning to play in Neverwinter
I am planning to play with my favorite class, the warior of the wildernes, the Ranger.
EDIT: He will probably be neutral good and elf.
[This message has been edited by Silverblade (edited December 18, 2001).]
Mon, 17th Dec '01, 3:52pm
A halfling rouge called Tasohan ;)
Mon, 17th Dec '01, 5:34pm
As always, I will play a chaotic good dwarven cleric.
Mon, 17th Dec '01, 7:23pm
The ones I'm planning now are dwarven ranger, gnomish rogue/illusionist and dwarven somethingelse (haven't decided yet ;)).
Mon, 17th Dec '01, 8:00pm
I will play, firstly, a human rogue, and if he gets killed, then a human ranger.
Mon, 17th Dec '01, 8:04pm
A sorcerer for starters, obviously. ;)
Mon, 17th Dec '01, 8:31pm
I'll play a mc f/m elf :)
Tue, 18th Dec '01, 6:49am
I've got more characters dreamed up that I'm not using right now than I know what to do with. Ah the joy of 3rd edition. No longer will I be stuck with set MC/DC combos. Now if only they will include an addon with my favorite pretige classes:D
But for starters, of course, I will try to play my favorite fighter/wizard Xalen, if I can't take the spellsword pretige class :grumble:
Tue, 18th Dec '01, 6:51am
I am going to play as a human Ranger.
Tue, 18th Dec '01, 4:52pm
I will be a CG Human Sorcerer.
In the horrible case that he should die, I'll play a Paladin/Bard, who will sing to the enemy in shining armor.
Tue, 18th Dec '01, 6:44pm
Ahh my favourite question...
As i've sed to so many people I shall be Khazar the True Neutral, half-elven, Fighter/Mage/Theif
And Dramli Stoutaxe the True Neutral, Dwarven, Fighter
Wed, 19th Dec '01, 4:35am
As what is usual for me, I'll be using a multi-classed half-elven Fighter/Mage.
If (and I say IF) he dies, I'll be looking forward to a Half-Orc Paladin/Thief. Talk about class-conflicts, eh? :grin:
Wed, 19th Dec '01, 12:04pm
I will pick up my character thas has been rushing around in BG I, BG II and IWD. Asmodeus, the bringer of light, a chaotic good fighter/mage. And if he gets killed, well, a nymphomaniacal female dwarven trollslayer with beard and crest. :)
Fri, 21st Dec '01, 12:43am
Thomas the Bard, spreader of news and rumours. Some of them might even be true! ;)
Fri, 21st Dec '01, 10:16am
Definately Half-elven rogue/sorcerer. IMO the greatest class ever! Very versatile, and many things from the other class come in handy for the first one. I will probably start as a rogue to get more skills.
Sat, 22nd Dec '01, 9:18pm
Errr Rythm are you sure NWN will allow a Paldin cross class I thought it was just the conventional Classes like in BG1,totsc,2,tob and the like however it does sound quite interesting if you could do it.
[Yes it will, since 3e rules allow it. Btw, do use punctuation marks in your sentences. This isn't a stream of consciousness board.] -Tal
[This message has been edited by Taluntain (edited December 22, 2001).]
Yes thanks Taluntain just realised that I thought it was using the same multiclassing rules as BG. Sorry about the punctuation.
Any news on the RELEASE or Beta, btw did you happen to see the Everquest horses? I was wondering If the could do the same for NWN.
[This message has been edited by Khazar (edited December 22, 2001).]
Sun, 23rd Dec '01, 4:12pm
Is it possible to start as a rouge and then change class to sorcerer?
I mean you are born as a sorcerer. It's not just something you can be if you want. :confused:
Sun, 23rd Dec '01, 5:33pm
I think that you can change your class later in the game and make your rogue to a sorcerer (these rules are implented in the 3e). And the answer: maybe I will play a chaotic good sorcerer.
Sun, 23rd Dec '01, 6:49pm
There will be no horses in NWN, period. This has been discussed here recently. Check some other posts.
Sun, 23rd Dec '01, 8:02pm
I am thinking about a CN Elf Mage(maybe even sorcerer)/Thief. An interesting character who was taken as a child when his village was raided, and sold into slavery (as an INFANT). Raised by thieves in a seedy part of the city, he has now outlived his "parents" and is on his own.
Sun, 23rd Dec '01, 8:30pm
I'll go with a full blooded Human/Half-Elf(haven't decided yet)Thief clad in Noble attire.
He will rob from the rich and give to his (own)hoard.
Mon, 24th Dec '01, 11:22pm
Definitly a monk, they rock
Tue, 25th Dec '01, 2:14pm
Alyr the thing i've been trying to say is that sorcerers are born with a part dragon blood, that means the sorcerer talent is something you are born with so i think it's more realistic to start as a sorcerer and then multiclass to rouge. Just my opinion.
Tue, 25th Dec '01, 10:42pm
You are right Tasohan, but maybe the power within you rises later, when you are already an adventurer. So maybe you are a poor city thief, but one day something odd happens with you, and then everything changes...
Tue, 25th Dec '01, 11:48pm
Paladin Inquisitor - how could I do otherwise?...
Fri, 28th Dec '01, 8:18pm
One CN human bard at your service. Now if I could only get this faction thing under control. =)
Sun, 30th Dec '01, 1:56am
NE Drow elf cleric OR CG Svirfneblin f/m
(just have to change skin and hair colour:))
Tue, 1st Jan '02, 3:31pm
Hi, Im back after a looong break! (not that anybody noticed :( )
I'm going to play as a sorcerer or mage/ monk, mastering both mind and body.. defeating he greatest of foes without touching them with a single blade.
(Also as a Cavalier.)
This will be my roll playing dream, no power gaming influence here!
Oh yeah, happy New Year everybody!
[This message has been edited by Drunken Monk (edited January 01, 2002).]
Sun, 6th Jan '02, 9:49pm
CN Human Wizard. I've always been slightly fascinated with the Raistlin mindset since reading Dragonlance. I know it's a bit trite, but how do you get in the head of someone who isn't sure if he loves his friends, or power, more. =)
Can you tell I'm an actor in RL? =)
Tue, 8th Jan '02, 10:32pm
Anaris, the Elven Fighter/Mage.
I like elves.
I currently am playing BGII as an elven sorcerer, an elven kensai, and an elven ranger.
Tue, 8th Jan '02, 10:48pm
My first character will be a human cleric. After that who knows.
Thu, 10th Jan '02, 8:57am
I was hoping to check out any new classes they might have.
Thu, 10th Jan '02, 3:00pm
I wanna play a Ranger first and after that a thief, a Paladin and a specialist mage.... and of course a thief-only party!
Thu, 10th Jan '02, 7:24pm
Alienboy: There will be 11 classes to choose from. I listed ALL the classes below, with a description of each class.
Barbarian -A ferocious warrior who uses fury and instinct to bring down foes.
Bard - A performer whose music works magic - a wanderer, a tale-teller, and a jack-of-all-trades.
Cleric - A master of divine magic and a capable warrior as well.
Druid - One who draws energy from the natural world to cast divine spells and gain strange magical powers.
Fighter - A warrior with exceptional combat capability and unequalled skill with weapons.
Monk - A martial artist whose unarmed strikes hit fast and hard - a master of exotic powers.
Paladin - A champion of justice and destroyer of evil protected and strengthened by an array of divine powers.
Ranger - A cunning, skilled warrior of the wilderness.
Rogue - A tricky, skillful scout and spy who wins the battle by stealth rather than brute force.
Sorcerer - A spellcaster with inborn magical ability.
Wizard - A potent spellcaster schooled in the arcane arts.
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Fri, 11th Jan '02, 4:27am
I'd definitely be an chaotic good elven archer. If they offer a a bladesinger kit like they did in TDD, then I'd DEFINITELY go for that.
An chaotic good elven (obviously) bladesinger. Looks mighty fine to me!
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Fri, 11th Jan '02, 10:01am
Damn. Does that mean there won't be any prestige classes?
Sat, 12th Jan '02, 5:20pm
Fighter/assasin, if that kit is available, if not, then fighter/thief, human
Sat, 12th Jan '02, 6:15pm
the list of characters is on www.rpgplanet.com/planetnw. (http://www.rpgplanet.com/planetnw.) It doesn't have kits tho, does anyone know if they have them in NWN?
Sat, 12th Jan '02, 8:06pm
There are no kits in 3rd edition D&D.
Sun, 13th Jan '02, 4:24am
Human fighter and DM
Sun, 13th Jan '02, 12:55pm
I'm sorry Tal, but I'm not sure if I heard that correctly. Did you say no kits in 3rd Ed.? You mean no more Avengers? No Inquisitors? No specialist/wild mages? NOO!
Yeah, I still haven't gotten the 3rd Ed. Players Handbook.
Sun, 13th Jan '02, 4:32pm
This is what Tal said:
There are no kits in 3rd edition D&D.
That means that there are no kits at all in 3rd edition D&D. That means no more Avengers, Inquisitors and Wild Mages. There will be specialist mages, since that isn't a kit. You understand now, or should I dumb it down for you a bit more?
Tue, 15th Jan '02, 9:04am
Sigh, I understood what it meant, I just thought he may have mis-typed or something. Now I know :p. So instead of kits, what do you get? Prestige classes? Or does it only allow you to play 'vanilla' classes?
(Really need to get the Handbook)
Tue, 15th Jan '02, 10:05am
You use "skills" and "feats" to customize your character. On top of that you can add levels from other classes including prestige classes. (The rules of multiclassing are completely revised.) This gives IMO a more flexible system.
Why don't you go and read SRD (http://www.opengamingfoundation.org/srd.html) for yourself.
Tue, 15th Jan '02, 7:32pm
Definatley a Sorcerer, their my favourite class ever. If NWN will aloow it Id like to be an Aasimar, but if not it'll be Human.
Tue, 15th Jan '02, 10:59pm
Human - the most skilled
Fighter - the most skilled warrior
Longbowman or longswordsman. Possibly pikeman or halberdier.. maybe a 2handed sword champion.
EDIT: Maybe Paladin..
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Wed, 16th Jan '02, 8:56pm
I'll probably start with a gnome bard - I love the flexibility of 3rd edition :) After that, who knows....
Thu, 17th Jan '02, 2:52pm
I am going with a paladin. I'm going to develop a fairly *biblical* code of ethics and role play it. Going to lean heavily on St. Thomas Aquinas's rules for just war. I might have to re-read St. Augustine's "City of God" in preperation also :holy:
I like the idea of an elvin paladin, esp. since Corellian Larethon (sp?) is my favorite diety in the game. But I need to research that a bit more.
Fri, 18th Jan '02, 6:23am
I am going to role play The Wild Man, and chew on roots in the morning. I will live in the bush and speak to the animals!
You will all learn to have at least a grain of respect for the druid class! They're not all that bad. Well, they are, but thats besides the point. Lets get some more druids here so we can start a grove man! Think of the possibilites!
Mon, 21st Jan '02, 12:49pm
Sorceress. Probably elven, unless I find something more interesting and exotic ;)
Mon, 21st Jan '02, 2:00pm
Now, what can ever be more exotic than an elven sorceress? :D
I'll start as a rogue and work my way up as either wizard or fighter, depending on the area I'll will to start in.
Fri, 25th Jan '02, 7:17pm
A Rogue/Bard, if such a thing is possible.
Definitely a nice all-around swashbuckling character :)
Fri, 25th Jan '02, 11:13pm
My Kensai LeVeL 50 warrior
n il start a bard too =P
Sat, 26th Jan '02, 10:07pm
I want the Arcane Archer prestige class...! Maybe I can counterfeit it by taking a few fighter levels onto a Sorceres...we'll see I guess.
Sun, 27th Jan '02, 12:14pm
mm, I'll go with an Invoker, Necromancer or an Illusionist (depends on my mood i suppose :) )multied with a few rogue and fighter levels (up to 4th level for both)
Sun, 27th Jan '02, 10:09pm
I am going to play a drunk bum that will beg for money so he drink his life away. Somebody has to play the dregs of society
Mon, 28th Jan '02, 1:29am
Mon, 28th Jan '02, 1:31am
Thorin I belive that you'll be the highlight of anyones day when they meat you in the local taveren. But heck, where you going to get the gold pieces?
Mon, 28th Jan '02, 2:51pm
Well DRSW I believe that every hero, and knigh in shinning armour donates money to the needy :). Well i will spend my day begging for money and the nighttime investing it in the local bar economy
Mon, 28th Jan '02, 3:46pm
Thorin, you can count on me. Part of my Tithe to the needy will certainly go to you. Unfortunately, I'm also going to be handing you religious tracts and trying to get you into a 12 step group. Who knows, maybe someday you can be a former drunk and grow more sophistocated addictions, like money, women and power ;)
Sat, 2nd Feb '02, 4:31am
A rogue :evil:
An evil rogue!
Thu, 21st Feb '02, 2:23am
I'm changing mine to half-elf fighter. I'm still planing on being a DM too.
Wed, 27th Feb '02, 8:47pm
Need spells, anyone?
Wed, 27th Feb '02, 10:55pm
I'l definitely play a halfling rogue or fighter-rogue first - not surprisingly that was the char I applied to ALFA with ;)
Fri, 1st Mar '02, 3:11am
heh, i know the answer to the sorcerer/theif question. anyone ever read Elminster, the Making of a Mage he starts out theif, breaks in to a temple, get put into a evlven forest as a women has some fun learns magic, gets turn into a man again, he kills some evil mages, either he turns him self into the mage, or hes a natural born mage, but he hated magic cause it killed his neighborhood. go read the book.
a mage (they kewl) or a kensi or monk. always wanted to be them... o and whats with the watcher lv. 0 and kobold level 4 thing? im new
Fri, 1st Mar '02, 5:20pm
It might be a good idea to read this... http://www.sorcerers.net/ubb/faq.html
Also, there'll be no kits in NWN, although you could design your fighter more or less like a kensai.
I've decided on a class for my Argyle dwarf now... A fighter/bard. :cool:
Fri, 1st Mar '02, 8:04pm
Tue, 12th Mar '02, 11:59am
Unless i change my mind before NWN comes out(which i probably will), i`ll play as a paladin..i like it when they really start growing in power, gaining special ability one after another.
is it possible for a druid to go beyond level 14 in NWN? if so, i will go for druid instead.
Tue, 12th Mar '02, 3:22pm
Yes, any character can attain level 20.
Mon, 18th Mar '02, 8:10am
myself im gonna be a ... errr... read the siggy ;)
Tue, 2nd Apr '02, 12:30pm
IŽll go for a Drow Conjurer:evil: (Lawful Evil of course) and a human Paladin.
Tue, 2nd Apr '02, 10:43pm
For Starters: It will be a Human Fighter named Thracin
Next a Elfish Ranger/Rogue named Phadian
This is just the begining.
[EDIT] Scrap the crap that I wrote. After much investigation I have decided on a gnomish rouge. Watch your pockets :angel:
[This message has been edited by Saaril (edited April 15, 2002).]
Sun, 14th Apr '02, 6:31am
A halfling rouge of mischevious spirit, but not much intelligence.
Tue, 16th Apr '02, 2:17am
Human Paladin named Samarin Durhelm
Dwarf Fighter named Faerus Stoneslammer :p
Elven Ranger named Cilan ("kye-lun") Skymane
When I learn more about NWN I'll probably be back to edit those.
Thu, 18th Apr '02, 10:09pm
I will get a halfling rogue or cleric. Depends.
Fri, 19th Apr '02, 2:34pm
From my conversations with people, it looks like there is going to be a lot of "good Drow" running around the world of NWN. What do you all think of that???
Fri, 19th Apr '02, 3:11pm
In a lot of areas of Faerun they believe the only good Drow is a dead one. Any Drow walking the streets of Phlan is likely to be filled with arrows before they can say "It's OK, I'm Drizzie's nephew!"
Fri, 19th Apr '02, 4:20pm
SERIOUSLY!!!! People need to get the clue that Drizzt is an anomally. Drow are evil at heart and that is the way it is. Like Erran said if there is a Drow walking around on the surface it is going to be dead really quick. If people really want to make Drow to be the good force then maybe Mystra better start terrorizing the world. That is all I have to say. :spin:
Sat, 20th Apr '02, 6:36pm
My first level would surely be a human Ranger, for the free ambidexterity and two-weapon fighting feats. I'll then pump all the rest of my levels into the Fighter Class, going for feats such as Weapon Focus, Specialisation, Dodge, Mobility, Spring Attack, Expertise, Improved Critical and Two weapon fighting, Whirlwind.
Later, I'll invest a few levels in either the Rogue or Barbarian Class to get the Alertness and Uncanny Evasion feats. Most likely the Rogue class. Sneak Attack always comes in handy.
Concerning equipment, I'll go for Bastard Swords with Short Swords. With Exotic Weapon Proficiency, of course. I'll be using at the most studded leather armor or none at all.
My character will be a skill-based fighter at mid-level. Before that, I will probably have to break out the plate mail and exchange blows toe-to-toe with monsters. Bah.
Stats wise, I shall focus more on Dexterity, Intelligence (for the skill points), Constitution, and Wisdom (For better saving throws).
If they bring in Oriental Adventure Rules, Weapon Master Prestige Class!! Or if they add in Psionics later, a few classes in Psion would be nice to take care of those pesky magic users...
Human Fighters rule!
Mon, 22nd Apr '02, 8:30pm
Well as far as i know there has been two exceptions for evil drows (Drizzt, Zaknafein) and I personally like drows to be evil so i dont like the idea of having a lot of good drow elfs running around acting like wossŽes:wave:
Wed, 24th Apr '02, 4:31am
I am not sure about the 3rd. edition rule. But!
I'll lurk in the rims of Faerun as a F/M/C untill I have reached the xp cap at level 20, surviving on my own hidden by invisibility. Then I'll come forth to cities and lurk around, keep a low profile and defend the weak and fight for justice. As a one man army, never revealing my identity to the forces of evil. I might seek out AORTA and help them out as a renegade cop.
Chaotic good F/M/C
Wed, 24th Apr '02, 10:13am
I'll be playing a half orc fighter/necromancer or fighter/sorceror (not quite sure yet).
As for the "good drow" issue, there are a fair number of 'good' aligned drow out there. Elistraee and some of the other obscure drow dieties support such things. The vast majority of drow are Lolth worshipping scum of course. But Good Drow are as common as Evil elves or dwarves, if somewhat less likely to live very long. What is unique about Drizzt is not that he's of good alignment, but that he was successful in surviving on the surface. Drow PCs won't represent an abnormal number of 'good' drow in the total population, but they will likely be too high a percentage of the player population (from a "realism" perspective).
Wed, 24th Apr '02, 12:15pm
first time on the NWN forum for me, and i must say, it looks to be a stunning game. ill go around as an elven fighter with rapiers (sweet spanish swords they are) and longswords. might think about making him a multi classed theif.
Fri, 26th Apr '02, 12:51pm
corbulo87 ... raipers (plural) & longswords??? How many hands will this elf of your have? ;) joking ya :lol:
I'm imagining an elf-octopus with spanish swords in each tenticle! "Hello, my name is Indigo Squid-toya. You stir-fried my father, prepare to die!"
Sat, 27th Apr '02, 6:01pm
oh, just the best class avaible in BG II...Paladin (Cavalier)...who needs missle wepons anyway????
Sat, 27th Apr '02, 10:16pm
As usual I'll be playing with a LG Human Kensai, and if he dies then a LG Human Kensai/Monk. Then after either completing with one or both of these I'll play as a LG Half-Elf/Elf Barbarian/Monk or Barbarian/Cavalier.
As for the 3rd edt. rules:
Are a human char. limited to only change class once during the game, or can you start as a Sorcerer then change to Kensai and then finally change to Druid for a Human Sorcerer/Kensai/Druid???
Sun, 28th Apr '02, 9:40am
I'm going to play as a female elven fighter/mage, they rock
Sun, 28th Apr '02, 9:57am
there is no limit for any race on the number or types of multiclassing options available. There are some incompatible alignment restrictions, but those are pretty rare. Barbs can't be lawful, while Monks must be. Paladins must be lawful good. Druids have to be part neutral (ie NG, LN, TN, etc). Otherwise, if you want to be a Wizard/Sorceror/Bard/Druid Dwarf, there is nothing stopping you. Its not likely to be especially effective, but its legal.
Sun, 28th Apr '02, 11:24am
Do you have any background information about the possibilities you have with the included editor (ie. higher lvl's (above 20))??
Sun, 28th Apr '02, 12:02pm
Otherwise, if you want to be a Wizard/Sorceror/Bard/Druid Dwarf, there is nothing stopping you.
Nothing except the game itself, that is. Here's something from the FAQ to burst your bubble:
What is the limit for multiclassing?
We will be limiting characters to a maximum of three classes. The primary reason for this is to keep the interface clean, easy to understand, and easy to use. Also, with the way the 3rd Edition rules are structured, characters having more than 3 classes find it increasingly difficult to progress due to experience gain limitations as per the 3rd Edition rules, and keep up with their peers.
Sun, 28th Apr '02, 1:43pm
I'll play an Halfing Thief of a NE slant. Elminster was a fighter, then a theif, then a mage and finally a priest (hes a priest of Mystra). Drow are genrally of a chaotic evil nature mainly to do with Loth but there are others who are of a less evil intent Drizz worshippers of Mask.
Sun, 28th Apr '02, 11:15pm
Elminster was a fighter, then a theif, then a mage and finally a priest
Yeah, but he never played NWN...;)
According to the FR Campaign Setting, he's a Fighter 1 / Rogue 2 / Cleric 3 / Wizard 20 / Archmage 5 and has 4 Epic levels.
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Mon, 29th Apr '02, 12:24am
My bad, I was just answering the 3e rules, not NWN specifically. Should pay better attention to what forum I'm in. :)
Still, that's an interesting decision. They are right that its fairly useless to split beyond two or three classes. A dual or triple class character can generally keep competitive with the challenge ratings their 'real level' dictates, but when you are splitting your levels 4 or 5 ways, you fall too far behind in power.
Sorry, Rathan, but I don't know what they plan to do about "epic" levels or anything beyond the level cap.
Mon, 29th Apr '02, 10:14am
This a typical "YCSI" answer.
Epic level and levels beyond 20 will not be supported by NWN (maybe in an expansion), but you can bet there will be people who will write scripts to make it happen anyway.
Mon, 29th Apr '02, 6:48pm
My first character will be a human paladin of Torm - Belisarius Durendal.
If he dies early on, I think I'm going to slip into my alter ego...Nimbul Alewine, halfling rogue extraordinaire!!! ;)
I'll pal around with my paladin halfling friend Ragusa! :grin: :spin: :roll:
Tue, 14th May '02, 1:13am
ill make a neutral good human ranger that uses mostly a bow, but once in a while uses 2 swords to attack. he'll have a wolf too
Tue, 14th May '02, 11:40am
My avatah is a half elven bard, but beware. As a DM I an take over any NPC. That harmless merchant that you pickpocket might turn out to be a Zhent assasin or Red Wizard in disguise!
Wed, 15th May '02, 12:01am
HA! thats pretty cool
Wed, 15th May '02, 9:49pm
Well who else could i play but Lazy Bonzo the dumb fighter whose only concern is getting the goods with the minimal effort and need of brain-power, Hack 'n' Slash all the way! :happy:
Wed, 15th May '02, 10:36pm
I'm gonna play the eight people then perhaps make my friends and parents on there, then after that maybe my friends might get a go
Thu, 16th May '02, 10:53am
im gonna make a rogue character and maybe duel class it later , not sure , but yea...
Thu, 16th May '02, 8:40pm
Start as a thief for skill points, then to fighter for a few levels for combat abilities, then off to the most tainted prestige class that is the Dualist. :)
...if it's supported...
Fri, 17th May '02, 1:45am
I am going to play a drunk wizard that begs for booze money, so don't attack those bums they might just implode your head.
Padine the Paladin
Wed, 29th May '02, 1:39pm
A human fighter named Padine!
Wed, 5th Jun '02, 8:03pm
The mighty Sirdan. An alone CG half-orcish Barbarian.
[EDIT] Changed my mind. Forget the above hack&slasher. I would play Elec Mournbringer, a CN Sun Elf Mage member of AORTA (I hope).
[This message has been edited by Sirdan (edited June 09, 2002).]
Wed, 5th Jun '02, 8:08pm
Padine, why not be original and be a paladin instead of a fighter? :p
First character will probably be a rogue (at least, in ALFA, the character I am set to start with is a rogue at present). When he dies, probably something that comes in a bard or ranger variety. :)
Thu, 6th Jun '02, 12:41pm
Sat, 8th Jun '02, 8:20pm
I'd probably play as a Drow fighter or multiclassed fighter, Or an elf Ranger
Or even my own personal favorite; Dante! The halfling thief, who robs from the rich and takes the poor for a night of beer and women.
Sun, 9th Jun '02, 6:48am
Hey guys, I cannot decide whether to become a mage or sorcerer. How would a sorcerer/mage work out? Sorcerer type spells from level 0 to x and mage type spell casting from x onwards? This could work out quite well...
Mon, 10th Jun '02, 12:59am
Ehm...that doesn't work. Wizards and Sorcerers have the same spells, but the W. reads them from his spellbook and the S. just knows them in his blood and mind. If you are a level 10 Sorcerer and take a level of Wizard, you don't get high level spells, but only the 0th and 1st level spells a level 1 Wizard would get.
Mon, 10th Jun '02, 1:52pm
Yeah I know that but what if i chose sorcerer first then changed, wouldnt I have sorcer type casting spells & mage type level 0 to x? Might sound stupid but id just like to know how it would be implemented.
Mon, 10th Jun '02, 3:41pm
Taking levels of sorcerer won't affect your casting as a wizard and vice versa.
As a sor10/wiz10 you would be able to cast an amazing amount of low level spells but no level 6+ spells.
And the wizard spells you cast you have to prepare just like any other wizard.
Just as a clr/wiz would use two different tables so will a sor/wiz.
Mon, 10th Jun '02, 10:56pm
Will charisma affect the number and power of spells as in 3rd E?
Tue, 11th Jun '02, 12:27pm
Not "like 3e" - this IS 3e! ;)
Sorcerers depend on Charisma in NWN.
Tue, 11th Jun '02, 11:07pm
Sorcerer/Bard here i come!
If not, then Sorcerer/Rogue!
Thu, 13th Jun '02, 4:14am
Barbarian/Bard for me.
But with so many different attributes that are important, I might try and heavily emphasize one over the other(I'm thinking 3 lvl bard for every one lvl barbarian right now)
Cullain of Moray
Fri, 14th Jun '02, 5:16pm
I'll probably play a Thief/Mahe ELf called Leese as always.
Sat, 15th Jun '02, 6:39am
I'll play as my chaotic Evil Sorcerer... "Lord of Destruction", he (or perhaps, she) brings suffering and death wherever he/she travels.
BTW, in TOB he was crowned the new God of Murder... Watch out!
Wed, 3rd Jul '02, 12:08am
Ranger/Rouge all the way!
Wed, 3rd Jul '02, 2:23am
Prysin kenner, a half elf ranger