I'm playing around with some Ranger Builds and some suggest taking 2 levels Monk or 2 levels Rogue for evasion. But my Question is: Does double (or even triple) Evasion in some way stack? The Ranger gets evasion at lvl 9 so lvl 2 of either monk or Rogue would be useless just for Evasion in my opinion.
Im planning on a Ranger / Rogue Tempest 34pt build with ranger past life and the ability to Disarm Traps and open locks.
I have some nice Kopesh to use for Tempest. Right now he is a 28Pt build 18Ranger 1 Rogue 1 Fighter Tempest III build and i like him for being able to solo and self heal and support groups with some decent DPS ( I know its not top notch any more) and he will True resurrect soon .
So is Tempest III still worth taking? Or should i stop the Ranger levels at 14 (4th Level ranger Spells) an take more fighter levels (for Weapon Spec Kopesh). Right now i'm thinking about:
14 Ranger - 4 Fighter - 2 Rogue - Starting with lvl 1 Rogue, the 2-5 Ranger, Fighter at Lvl6 (for getting required Tempest feats), Ranger until Lvl16 and the taking the Rest Fighter (and Weapon Spec Kopesh) with 1 Lvl Rogue to catch up for the missing Skill Points (from fighter Lvls) in Disarm & Search and Open
(4 Fighter for Weapon Spec Kopesh)
Starting with (34Pt)
Str 18 (Mainly for TWF DPS)
Dex 14 (Need 13 for Tempest Feats)
Con 14 (I Know its a bit low but where to take from?)
Int 12 (for required Skill Points in Open Lock, Search, Disarm and UMD)
Wis 10 ( need at least 14 to get Lvl 4 Spells - possible to Lower to 8 wheni use an +6 item later)
Cha 8 ( no need for - exept UMD)
+2 Tomes for Stats available and already taken ( so they should apply at appropriate lvl when Resurecting)
Would this be a viable Build?