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    Question Iconic Pally Build

    Hello all,

    I have some questions please on how to build my lvl 15 Iconic Pally.

    I tried a pure healing pally but was not happy with that as I have my cleric to do that:-)
    So I was thinking of a fighter build say 3 monk,3 fighter, 3 pally ? and this is where I need your advice:-)
    what builds do you recommend for a fighting warforged iconic pally??

    I would really like to know:-)

    Many Thanks for your inputs and advice.

    Regards,

    Dr.Merlin lvl 25 drow elf wiz 3rd life:-)

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    You still want as many Pally levels as possible or your self healing will be poor, and a warforged/bladeforged melee based build needs self healing for obvious reasons. I think a fighter splash of 2 levels for haste/str/feats or splash 2 levels of monk is best. Pick up PA. cleave and great cleave and you will have a nice build, though it's kind of cookie cutter. Not sure what will work best with the new enhancement pass coming.

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    Thumbs up Iconic Pally Build

    Many Thanks for your advice much appreciated.
    what do you mean by PA Feat?
    also do you think i should go for two handed fighting feats? and maybe take the feat for khopesh for weapons?




    Thanks,


    Dr.Merlin:-)




    Quote Originally Posted by Fedora1 View Post
    You still want as many Pally levels as possible or your self healing will be poor, and a warforged/bladeforged melee based build needs self healing for obvious reasons. I think a fighter splash of 2 levels for haste/str/feats or splash 2 levels of monk is best. Pick up PA. cleave and great cleave and you will have a nice build, though it's kind of cookie cutter. Not sure what will work best with the new enhancement pass coming.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moose_Head View Post
    Many Thanks for your advice much appreciated.
    what do you mean by PA Feat?
    also do you think i should go for two handed fighting feats? and maybe take the feat for khopesh for weapons?




    Thanks,


    Dr.Merlin:-)
    PA=Power Attack
    Especially nice when using a 2-handed weapon

    I would say yes to the two handed weapon feats AFTER you take PA, Cleave and Great Cleave.
    I would say no to the Khopesh feat if you plan on taking Cleave/Great Cleave/THF.

    Paladins are already slim on feats, and if you go Khopesh, it would imply taking the TWF chain as well. This would imply a DEX of 17 for GTWF, and since Paladins already need STR/CON/CHA, it's tough to work in a high DEX as well. This is not to say it won't work, since tomes, 32-36 point builds, and other work arounds can make it do-able. However, on a Bladeforged Paladin the THF is easier, especially with the DEX penalty.

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    Many Thanks my friend for your advice:-)

    Dr.Merlin




    Quote Originally Posted by Fedora1 View Post
    PA=Power Attack
    Especially nice when using a 2-handed weapon

    I would say yes to the two handed weapon feats AFTER you take PA, Cleave and Great Cleave.
    I would say no to the Khopesh feat if you plan on taking Cleave/Great Cleave/THF.

    Paladins are already slim on feats, and if you go Khopesh, it would imply taking the TWF chain as well. This would imply a DEX of 17 for GTWF, and since Paladins already need STR/CON/CHA, it's tough to work in a high DEX as well. This is not to say it won't work, since tomes, 32-36 point builds, and other work arounds can make it do-able. However, on a Bladeforged Paladin the THF is easier, especially with the DEX penalty.

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