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    Pixie in the Playground
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    Default 2 weapon ranger

    hello
    i wouold like to create a 2 weapon human ranger
    i would like to give me some ideas or something like a guide for building him
    maybe some multiclassing tips and an prestige class that suits him for next sessions

    in the abilities section i got lucky and i rolled
    16/16/12/11/13/11 i am think puting them in str/dex/con/int/wis/cha
    i also have to choose two feats i think dodge is one good option

    about the weapons i will get two weapon fighting in 2nd level
    so i will have -2 to main hand and by using a light weapon in off having a -2 also

    thank you for your time

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    Barbarian in the Playground
     
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    Default Re: 2 weapon ranger

    I don't typically do more than a few level dip in ranger. There's just not a ton it offers that other classes don't offer. Becuase of that, you can swap your second 16 to con, swap your 13 to dex, and put that 12 in wisdom since you won't be doing any ranger casting.

    Also consider the oversized two weapon fighting feat, and pick up the gloves of the balanced hand to give improved TWF

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    Default Re: 2 weapon ranger

    At what level will you be playing?

    General Ranger TWF advice:
    - Get a source of bonus damage other than favoured enemy. This usually means levels in rogue or scout. Scout is generally better because of the Swift Hunter feat, which allows your Ranger/Scout levels to stack for purposes of favoured enemy bonuses and skirmish damage. Rogue however allows for Craven and Foe Specialist feats.
    - Get some free movement. You really need those full attacks. Travel Devotion is probably the easiest way.
    - Get more attacks. Obviously you'll want to continue the TWF tree, but you can also pick up things like Snap Kick which give you a flat extra attack.
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    Default Re: 2 weapon ranger

    Quote Originally Posted by prufock View Post
    At what level will you be playing?

    General Ranger TWF advice:
    - Get a source of bonus damage other than favoured enemy. This usually means levels in rogue or scout. Scout is generally better because of the Swift Hunter feat, which allows your Ranger/Scout levels to stack for purposes of favoured enemy bonuses and skirmish damage. Rogue however allows for Craven and Foe Specialist feats.
    - Get some free movement. You really need those full attacks. Travel Devotion is probably the easiest way.
    - Get more attacks. Obviously you'll want to continue the TWF tree, but you can also pick up things like Snap Kick which give you a flat extra attack.
    Or, just play a ToB class with a focus on the tiger claw manouvers (Ranger 2 / Warblade X works great). Possibly take 2-4 levels of broodclaw master (also from ToB).
    Last edited by docnessuno; 2012-11-17 at 10:30 AM.

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