We were talking core. And wouldn’t you know it, I forgot about the paladin. But were were we talking about core only, just incase I missed it? I recall the OP going along the lines of “Why would any body want to be core fighter when then are other combat focus classes who have better saves can do more damage and have more hit dice than a core fighter? Add one or two feat chains to taste.
Fighter, Tome (3.5e Class)
We were talking core. And wouldn’t you know it, I forgot about the paladin. But were were we talking about core only, just incase I missed it? I recall the OP going along the lines of “Why would any body want to be core fighter when then are other combat focus classes who have better saves can do more damage and have more hit dice than a core fighter?
Add one or two feat chains to taste. But you have not proven that this makes you peerless; you have to prove that the Fighters peers cannot match him in this regard.
Fighter is more likely to have Blind-Fight, to be able to escape from a grapple, to have multiple damage types through weapons The Cleric has a better Will save. How a fighter is worse off if someone casts spells at him?
Last I checked, clerics can get through Solid Fog, Web, and Resilient Sphere with greater ease than a fighter since they have countermeasures.
That will save also helps with No one “needs” to do any particular thing. The point is that being able to do several things is likely to be helpful.
And the fighter is more able to do several things in combat than the cleric, correct? Moreso than other martial classes, such as the Duskblade?
Bottom line, though, a fighter doesn’t “need” support unless they are fighting harpy sorcerers who cast Glitterdust in an open field without cover. Rust Monsters. They can melee, they can fight at a range, they can bust down doors, climb, and use misc. Yes, they can do that. What people seem to take issue with, however, is their efficacy. Last edited by Dandu; Monday, 25th October, at
For the sake of this discussion, I will be referring to the class tier list on Brilliant Gameologists. While this is not the be-all, end-all interpretation of class strength, it is well argued and has solid reasons for where each class lies in the tier system. Today I would like to discuss the Fighter class, which is listed in Tier 5. Tier 5 classes are defined as follows: Tier 5: Capable of doing only one thing, and not necessarily all that well, or so unfocused that they have trouble mastering anything, and in many types of encounters the character cannot contribute. In some cases, can do one thing very well, but that one thing is very often not needed.
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