I have a couple of questions on 2 character builds Iam planning.
The first one would be about a 12 Monk, 7 Druid, 1 Rogue Multiclass in which I want to TR into, past lives would be 1 Monk and 1 Paladin.
Is there a relation between Unarmed and Natural Weapon damage ? Or are those totally separate things ? Most importantly: Would I get the BAB for using KI weapons, could even use the unarmed only enhancement attacks in wolf form and get my dies increased or would I on the other end become uncentered and lose all benefits of being a monk ? Something in between ?
The second one would be 12+X Wizard X Monk X Rogue X Druid with a focus on Enchantments and Necromancy, using vampire form. A Champion build. Most likely one being 2 Monk 1 Rogue 17 Wizard or 17 Wizard 1 Monk 2 Druid (even though I would like to go even lower on Wizard (13 Wizard 7 Druid for example) but dont know how to compensate for that spell resistance/dc wise).
I understand that caster level is important and that I would have problems with damaging spells that depend on it and maybe spell resistance in addition to DC. The problem I have is that in certain dungeons on Elite there dosent seem to be a good way to use this type of build no matter of Wiz level, mobs resist to much and, more important, they do it all the time without exception (9 Wizard 1 Monk + 2 Enchantment +2 Necro Focus +3 Spell Penetration atm).
There are certain spells to help with that, but less so against undead and it gets pretty expensive sp wise, usually just firewallballing everything would be much cheaper as well as faster and less demanding micro wise, also more boring in my opinion which is why Iam trying this build. It is mostly for soloing, but Iam trying to get it viable for groups as well, which dosent work to well, zergy as it usually is.
Not planning on going for Epic Elite btw. so that is of no concern.
Also: Can you be a vampire wolf ?
Any advice on how to improve those builds via spells/equipment or slight class alterations that dont touch their core idea would be appreciated.