I am a long time D&D player started back in 1980. You know what I loved about D&D? I'll tell you the unique roles each character brought to a PARTY. Wow what a concept a character having a unique role ONE ROLE!! Not dual roles ONE ROLE. Not character did it all. Yes there is the Bard whose role is to add balance to a party as he can do a little of everything. There is the barbarian who is there to kill things. There is the Fighter who is there to tactically take down the enemies. The Ranger who can track and come up and dual wield or hit things from afar as needed. There is the thief who opens doors disables traps and waits for his spot to deal a killing blow. There is the Cleric who heals our wounds and adds some punch to the party as he is able in combat. there is the paladin who bolsters his allies abilities and has a melee presence. There is the wizard or sorcorer there to take down the enemies fast or control how the enemies come in. Then there is the Monk who is there to disarm, disable, and imobolize the enemy as needed. WHY IS IT THAT PEOPLE FEEL THE NEED TO RUIN THE ROLES AND THE BALANCE THAT EACH CLASS BRINGS TO A PARTY. Remember D&D is PARTY BASED not soloed based you want solo I would suggest maybe you look elsewhere and nor ruin my favorite game with your whining.
Grunaxe Polearn 16 Barbarian Reforged