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WIlderlands Classes

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Anyone make use of the AGP Warrior-Mages or Barbarians in actual game play?

How well do they stack up with the other classes of C&C? Overpower, underpowered, just right?

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Nope, not yet. I'm trying to playtest my own Amazon too, but no ones been interested yet.
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DangerDwarf wrote:
Anyone make use of the AGP Warrior-Mages or Barbarians in actual game play?

How well do they stack up with the other classes of C&C? Overpower, underpowered, just right?

I haven't had the chance to do anything with the Warrior-Mages but part of that reason is because I use some multi-classing. If I didn't, I'm sure I would a player test one by now in my campaign.

As for the Barbarian, I haven't tested the class as it is written but I've used the C&C PHB version and 'swapped out abilities' with those listed in the Wilderlands Barbarian.

There are many things I like about both classes and they will each eventually get some play time in a future campaign though.

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My only dislike about the classes is that they seem out of place when you set them next to the standard C&C fare. Too....involved. I guess thats what I'm looking to say. That doesn't necessarily make them bad, they just seem out of place I guess with all the extra "busy" built into them.

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