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    I don't really do archery so I can't say for sure, but I think bows use dexterity for damage by default, don't they? Then if you take Bow Strength you get the better of dex or str for damage with bows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EllisDee37 View Post
    I don't really do archery so I can't say for sure, but I think bows use dexterity for damage by default, don't they? Then if you take Bow Strength you get the better of dex or str for damage with bows.
    Um, AFAICT, no. Bows don't get damage bonus from ANY stat by default. (You do get reduced damage from a negative str mod, though.)

    For stat-to-damage bonuses with long/shortbow, you need either bow strength or elven grace, or...

    All forms of ranged do use dex for attack bonus by default, though.



    Dex-based halfling rangers would become a lot more popular in a hurry if there was a way for them to get dex to damage with longbows.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mna View Post
    Um, AFAICT, no. Bows don't get damage bonus from ANY stat by default. (You do get reduced damage from a negative str mod, though.)

    For stat-to-damage bonuses with long/shortbow, you need either bow strength or elven grace, or...

    All forms of ranged do use dex for attack bonus by default, though.



    Dex-based halfling rangers would become a lot more popular in a hurry if there was a way for them to get dex to damage with longbows.
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    You are proficient with short swords and treat them as Ki weapons. While you are centered, you can use your Dexterity modifier to hit with piercing and slashing weapon.
    Does that count with Zen Archery?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panpiper View Post
    Is there some mechanism whereby we can use dex as a damage option with longbows?
    AFAIK, the only options are (A) play an elf with maxed-out Aerenal line + elven Grace (+DEX to dmg w/rapiers, longswords, and longbows); or (B) play a centered monk w/lvl 3 Ninja Training (+DEX to dmg w/piercing & slashing weapons, inc. bows, IIUC), which means picking up Zen Archery as well.

    It's pretty easy to convert this build into (A); I'd have to think a bit to figure out the best way to handle (B).

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    Quote Originally Posted by EllisDee37 View Post

    [color=yellow]Human (12 AP)
    Core: Human Versatility: Damage
    Tier 1: Orien Dragonmark Focus III
    Tier 1: Skill Focus: Nimble Fingers II
    Tier 1: Improved Recovery
    Tier 2: Lesser Dragonmark
    Tier 3: Improved Recovery

    Tempest (34 AP)
    Core: Shield of Whirling Steel
    Core: Tempest
    Core: Graceful Death
    Core: Deflect Arrows
    Core: Whirlwind
    Tier 1: Improved Reaction III
    Tier 1: Whirling Blades
    Tier 2: Improved Parry III
    Tier 2: Whirling Blades
    Tier 2: Sprint Boost III
    Tier 3: Whirling Blades
    Tier 4: Elaborate Parry III
    Tier 4: Whirling Blades
    Tier 5: Evasive Dance III

    Deepwood Stalker (11 AP)
    Core: Far Shot
    Core: Sneak Attack
    Core: Exposing Strike
    Tier 1: Increased Empathy III
    Tier 1: Versatile Empathy II
    Tier 1: Tendon Cut III

    Arcane Archer (12 AP)
    Core: Arcane Archer
    Core: Morphic Arrows
    Core: Metalline Arrows
    Tier 1: Conjure Arrows
    Tier 1: Energy of the Wild III
    Tier 1: Awareness III
    Tier 3: Soul Magic

    Kensei (4 AP)
    Core: Kensei Focus: Archery
    Tier 1: Haste Boost III

    Mechanic (4 AP)
    Core: Arbalester
    Tier 1: Mechanics III

    Assassin (3 AP)
    Core: Knife in the Darkness
    Tier 1: Sneak Attack Training
    I'm wondering about that /1 Fighter splash. Rgr already gives you full Martial prof and you're taking Khopesh anyway, plus you're not feat-starved (you can probably drop Sap) and you can take Haste Boost in Tempest. Or am I missing something obvious about the /1 Fig splash? I think you'd get a lot more out of going 2 Rogue...here's more or less what I'd tweak with the enhancements:

    -Tempest: Bleed Them Out
    -DWS: Drop Tendon Cut for Stealthy 3/3, +1 Sneak die
    -AA: Drop Awareness for Inferno Arrow. It works great with Manyshot.
    -Assassin: Venomed Blades, Shiv
    -Thief-Acrobat: Sly Flourish

    You get a nice set of attacks to cycle through with increased weapon die and crit profile.

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    Actually, which enhancement is it that speeds up trapping? Now that I've seen it in action I simply must have it but not sure where it is.

    The fighter gives both haste boost and sprint boost, both of which I very much want while not costing an arm and a leg like rogue haste boost does if I went 18/2 ranger/rogue. Not to say 18/2 isn't viable; it's quite nice as an option. Just saying that that was the reason I decided to keep the fighter level.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EllisDee37 View Post
    Actually, which enhancement is it that speeds up trapping? Now that I've seen it in action I simply must have it but not sure where it is.
    The enhancement to speed up disabling seems to have not made it live from alpha testing of the enhancement pass. But, the induction bars for disable and maybe search have gotten faster since pre-U19.

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    I think it's just search that has an enhancement to speed it up, not disable. (And then there's a level 27 feat to make search instantaneous.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by EllisDee37 View Post
    The fighter gives both haste boost and sprint boost, both of which I very much want while not costing an arm and a leg like rogue haste boost does if I went 18/2 ranger/rogue. Not to say 18/2 isn't viable; it's quite nice as an option. Just saying that that was the reason I decided to keep the fighter level.
    Just to be clear, Fighter dunt grant 'both' haste and sprint. Sprint is coming from the Temp tree, and Haste is coming from the Kensai. Yes, the Kensai sprint is cheaper, AND the 3rd tier is 30s versus Rog TA's 20s. TBH, this seems like an oversight to me - Fighter haste %30/30s/3AP versus TA haste %30/20s/6AP... I expect this to be tweaked at some point.

    Also, 1 level of Fighter gives access to Exotic Weapon Mastery for a total of +2 to hit and +1 damage for 3AP, which is not too shabby.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EllisDee37 View Post
    Actually, which enhancement is it that speeds up trapping? Now that I've seen it in action I simply must have it but not sure where it is.

    The fighter gives both haste boost and sprint boost, both of which I very much want while not costing an arm and a leg like rogue haste boost does if I went 18/2 ranger/rogue. Not to say 18/2 isn't viable; it's quite nice as an option. Just saying that that was the reason I decided to keep the fighter level.
    Being an elf/drow grants access to "Nothing Is Hidden," which allows you to instant find traps given that your score is high enough even after the penalty.
    Probably not worth losing ddoor, 30% heal amp, human adaptability/versatility, skill focus/mastery, and fighting style just by itself; but if you pick elf you also get +6% to hit, +3% doublestrike/doubleshot/dodge, 3% dodge bypass, elf weapon training, +100 sp, and possibly +1 feat if you're not taking dragonmark and not using khopesh.

    It's a hard choice, for me the ddoor and heal amp makes me settle for human on my unarmed ranger; but I'll probably make an elf rogue just for the instant trap finding, provided that not many pub are already doing so (since you only need one person in party to find the trap, then you can speed up the whole trapping process.)

    Morninglord and Shadar-Kai also have "Nothing Is Hidden" enhancement, also the previously mentioned level 27 epic feat; so it's possibly that a lot of people are walking around with it, even though they might not be able to disable the trap (grabbing it just to avoid them).

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    Yeah, I hear you and share your sentiment.

    So much so that I'm thinking I might rather take the instant trap-finding feat instead of blinding speed at level 27.

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    Looks like Deepwood Stalker's Empathy just got nerfed big time. Might need to revise the enhancement plan here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panpiper View Post
    Looks like Deepwood Stalker's Empathy just got nerfed big time. Might need to revise the enhancement plan here.
    In a bit of serendipity the deepwood stalker enhancements as listed in the build are already pretty optimized for the devotion change.

    Taking the tree to core 3 for the melee attack gets us 3 cores and the full (20) devotion from tier 1, so that's 50 devotion. We lose 25, yes, but it's not worth spending another 10 AP in the DS tree for 10 devotion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EllisDee37 View Post
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    Level 6 (Ranger)
    Skill: Concentration (+2)
    Skill: Disable Device (+1)
    Skill: Heal (+1)
    Skill: Search (+1)
    Skill: Spot (+1)
    Skill: Use Magic Device (+1)
    Feat: (Selected) Great Cleave
    Spell (1): Resist Energy
    Enhancement: Tempest1: Whirling Blades
    Enhancement: Tempest2: Whirling Blades
    
    
    Level 7 (Ranger)
    Skill: Concentration (+2)
    Skill: Disable Device (+1)
    Skill: Heal (+1)
    Skill: Search (+1)
    Skill: Spot (+1)
    Skill: Use Magic Device (+1)
    Feat: (Favored Enemy) Favored Enemy: Undead
    Enhancement: Tempest2: Sprint Boost I
    Enhancement: Tempest3: Whirling Blades
    I followed this build for 4 levels on a new toon and loved it - so I decided to LR my lvl 16 pure rogue into this, but I am running into some trouble. Progressing from lvl 6 to 7 I do not get to place 2 points into Concentration. Can you please verify that this is indeed what I am supposed to be able to do and that I made a mistake somewhere? (I have never LR'd before and am a little worried I messed it up. Right now I am just stuck in limbo on Heart of Wind. ) Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spero View Post
    I followed this build for 4 levels on a new toon and loved it - so I decided to LR my lvl 16 pure rogue into this, but I am running into some trouble. Progressing from lvl 6 to 7 I do not get to place 2 points into Concentration. Can you please verify that this is indeed what I am supposed to be able to do and that I made a mistake somewhere? (I have never LR'd before and am a little worried I messed it up. Right now I am just stuck in limbo on Heart of Wind. ) Thank you!
    Are you human?

    The build lists 9 skill points spent on both 6 & 7:

    2 Skill: Concentration (+2)
    2 Skill: Disable Device (+1)
    1 Skill: Heal (+1)
    1 Skill: Search (+1)
    1 Skill: Spot (+1)
    2 Skill: Use Magic Device (+1)
    ---
    9 skill points

    Which you should have:

    6 ranger
    2 int mod (14 base)
    1 human
    ---
    9 skill points


    As for concentration totals, here are the ranks taken through 7:

    2 Level 1 (2 total)
    0 Level 2 (2 total)
    1 Level 3 (3 total)
    1 Level 4 (4 total)
    2 Level 5 (6 total)
    2 Level 6 (8 total)
    2 Level 7 (10 total)

    This complies with all skill maximums per level while also getting concentration to max ranks by level 7. If you're human, did you take a rank (or even a half rank) in concentration at level 2, maybe?

    For reference, here's the skill table I used when creating this build:
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            O   F   R   R   R   R   R   R   R   R   R   R   R   R   R   R   R   R   R   R   
            1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9  10  11  12  13  14  15  16  17  18  19  20   
    Concent 2       1   1   2   2   2   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   23
    Heal    2       1   1   1   1   1   2   2   2       2       2       2       2       2   23
    Search  4       1   2   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   23
    Spot    4   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   23
    DD      4   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   23
    UMD     4       1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   2   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   23
    OL      4  0.5 0.5                                      1       1       1       1        9
    Balance 4                                                                                4
    Haggle  4                                                                                4
    Tumble  1                                                                                1
    Swim    3                                                                                3
    Jump    4                                                                                4
           44   5   9   9   9   9   9   9   9   9   9   9   9   9   9   9   9   9   9   9   
    
    <End Table>

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    Quote Originally Posted by EllisDee37 View Post
    Are you human?

    The build lists 9 skill points spent on both 6 & 7:

    2 Skill: Concentration (+2)
    2 Skill: Disable Device (+1)
    1 Skill: Heal (+1)
    1 Skill: Search (+1)
    1 Skill: Spot (+1)
    2 Skill: Use Magic Device (+1)
    ---
    9 skill points

    Which you should have:

    6 ranger
    2 int mod (14 base)
    1 human
    ---
    9 skill points


    As for concentration totals, here are the ranks taken through 7:

    2 Level 1 (2 total)
    0 Level 2 (2 total)
    1 Level 3 (3 total)
    1 Level 4 (4 total)
    2 Level 5 (6 total)
    2 Level 6 (8 total)
    2 Level 7 (10 total)

    This complies with all skill maximums per level while also getting concentration to max ranks by level 7. If you're human, did you take a rank (or even a half rank) in concentration at level 2, maybe?

    For reference, here's the skill table I used when creating this build:
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            O   F   R   R   R   R   R   R   R   R   R   R   R   R   R   R   R   R   R   R   
            1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9  10  11  12  13  14  15  16  17  18  19  20   
    Concent 2       1   1   2   2   2   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   23
    Heal    2       1   1   1   1   1   2   2   2       2       2       2       2       2   23
    Search  4       1   2   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   23
    Spot    4   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   23
    DD      4   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   23
    UMD     4       1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   2   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   1   23
    OL      4  0.5 0.5                                      1       1       1       1        9
    Balance 4                                                                                4
    Haggle  4                                                                                4
    Tumble  1                                                                                1
    Swim    3                                                                                3
    Jump    4                                                                                4
           44   5   9   9   9   9   9   9   9   9   9   9   9   9   9   9   9   9   9   9   
    
    <End Table>
    Thank you for the quick and clarifying reply! Well, it is clear I messed up. (Yes, I am human. ) Looking over it I put an extra point in Concentration and left one out of Spot. That can be adjusted for on the next lvl though - phew - but for I do find myself having 10 points to spend now due to a +1 Tome of Supreme Ability that has carried over through the LR. Any suggestion on how to spend that extra point? (Hm. Should I maybe up it to a +2 ToSA for evens? And if so - what would you recommend I place these extra points in?)

    I apologize for the unnecessary bother! I do very much enjoy this build - thank you for putting this together!

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    If you have a +2 int tome kicking in at 7, the extra points generally just go into open lock but you can put them wherever you like. As long as you end up with 23 ranks in the "primary" skills everything else is gravy. The primary skills being:

    Search
    Spot
    Disable Device
    UMD
    Concentration
    Heal

    If you run into problems and can't quite get them all to 23 at level 20, skimp on heal. For my own personal skills table, which includes a previous life +2 int tome kicking in at level 7, it looks like the skill ranks normalize starting at level 10. Up to and including level 9, get all six primary skills listed above maxed. This means 12 ranks at level 9. Then from 10 on you put your 10 ranks in all six primary skills (1 rank each, total 8 skill points) plus 1 rank in open lock for a total of 10 skill points.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EllisDee37 View Post
    If you have a +2 int tome kicking in at 7, the extra points generally just go into open lock but you can put them wherever you like. As long as you end up with 23 ranks in the "primary" skills everything else is gravy. The primary skills being:

    Search
    Spot
    Disable Device
    UMD
    Concentration
    Heal

    If you run into problems and can't quite get them all to 23 at level 20, skimp on heal. For my own personal skills table, which includes a previous life +2 int tome kicking in at level 7, it looks like the skill ranks normalize starting at level 10. Up to and including level 9, get all six primary skills listed above maxed. This means 12 ranks at level 9. Then from 10 on you put your 10 ranks in all six primary skills (1 rank each, total 8 skill points) plus 1 rank in open lock for a total of 10 skill points.
    Thank you! I am looking forward to taking her out for a run!

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    EllisDee, you mentioned you struggled to get a 15Rgr/3Rog/2Ftr Split to work for you, this is what I've come up with for the new split for my main (currently 12Rgr/7Ftr/1Rog) , would be interested to see what you make of it:

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    Cloista 
    Level 27 Neutral Good Human Male
    (2 Fighter \ 3 Rogue \ 15 Ranger \ 7 Epic) 
    Hit Points: 366
    Spell Points: 185 
    BAB: 19\19\24\29\29
    Fortitude: 16
    Reflex: 14
    Will: 6
    
                      Starting            Ending          Feat/Enhancement
    Abilities        Base Stats         Base Stats         Modified Stats
    (32 Point)       (Level 1)          (Level 27)           (Level 27)
    Strength             18                 27                   27
    Dexterity            12                 14                   14
    Constitution         15                 17                   17
    Intelligence         12                 14                   14
    Wisdom                8                 10                   10
    Charisma              8                 10                   10
    
    Tomes Used
    +1 Tome of Strength used at level 3
    +1 Tome of Dexterity used at level 3
    +1 Tome of Constitution used at level 3
    +1 Tome of Intelligence used at level 3
    +1 Tome of Wisdom used at level 3
    +1 Tome of Charisma used at level 3
    +2 Tome of Strength used at level 7
    +2 Tome of Dexterity used at level 7
    +2 Tome of Constitution used at level 7
    +2 Tome of Intelligence used at level 7
    +2 Tome of Wisdom used at level 7
    +2 Tome of Charisma used at level 7
    +3 Tome of Strength used at level 11
    
                      Starting            Ending          Feat/Enhancement
                     Base Skills        Base Skills        Modified Skills
    Skills           (Level 1)          (Level 27)          (Level 27)
    Balance               5                 22                   29
    Bluff                 3                  4                   11
    Concentration         2                  3                   10
    Diplomacy            -1                  0                    7
    Disable Device        5                 25                   32
    Haggle               -1                  0                    7
    Heal                  1                 23                   30
    Hide                  1                  2                    9
    Intimidate           -1                  0                    7
    Jump                  8                 18                   25
    Listen               -1                  0                    7
    Move Silently         1                  2                    9
    Open Lock             5                  8                   15
    Perform              n/a                n/a                   n/a
    Repair                1                  2                    9
    Search                5                 25                   32
    Spellcraft            1                  2                    9
    Spot                  3                 23                   30
    Swim                  n/a               n/a                  n/a
    Tumble                5                  6                   13
    Use Magic Device      3                 23                   30
    
    Level 1 (Rogue)
    Skill: Balance (+4)
    Skill: Bluff (+4)
    Skill: Disable Device (+4)
    Skill: Heal (+2)
    Skill: Jump (+4)
    Skill: Open Lock (+4)
    Skill: Search (+4)
    Skill: Spot (+4)
    Skill: Tumble (+4)
    Skill: Use Magic Device (+4)
    Feat: (Human Bonus) Point Blank Shot
    Feat: (Selected) Power Attack
    
    
    Level 2 (Fighter)
    Skill: Disable Device (+1)
    Skill: Search (+1)
    Feat: (Fighter Bonus) Cleave
    
    
    Level 3 (Ranger)
    Skill: Disable Device (+1)
    Skill: Search (+1)
    Skill: Spot (+2)
    Skill: Use Magic Device (+1.5)
    Feat: (Selected) Dodge
    Feat: (Favored Enemy) Favored Enemy: Undead
    
    
    Level 4 (Ranger)
    Ability Raise: STR
    Skill: Disable Device (+1)
    Skill: Heal (+1)
    Skill: Search (+1)
    Skill: Spot (+1)
    Skill: Use Magic Device (+1.5)
    
    
    Level 5 (Ranger)
    Skill: Disable Device (+1)
    Skill: Heal (+2)
    Skill: Search (+1)
    Skill: Spot (+1)
    Skill: Use Magic Device (+1)
    
    
    Level 6 (Ranger)
    Skill: Balance (+1)
    Skill: Heal (+4)
    Skill: Search (+1)
    Skill: Spot (+1)
    Feat: (Selected) Great Cleave
    
    
    Level 7 (Ranger)
    Skill: Balance (+1)
    Skill: Disable Device (+2)
    Skill: Search (+1)
    Skill: Spot (+1)
    Feat: (Favored Enemy) Favored Enemy: Giant
    
    
    Level 8 (Ranger)
    Ability Raise: STR
    Skill: Balance (+1)
    Skill: Disable Device (+1)
    Skill: Heal (+2)
    Skill: Jump (+1)
    Skill: Search (+1)
    Skill: Spot (+1)
    
    
    Level 9 (Fighter)
    Skill: Balance (+2.5)
    Feat: (Fighter Bonus) Mobility
    Feat: (Selected) Quicken Spell
    
    
    Level 10 (Rogue)
    Skill: Balance (+2)
    Skill: Disable Device (+2)
    Skill: Open Lock (+2)
    Skill: Use Magic Device (+5)
    
    
    Level 11 (Ranger)
    Skill: Balance (+0.5)
    Skill: Disable Device (+1)
    Skill: Search (+3)
    Skill: Spot (+3)
    
    
    Level 12 (Ranger)
    Ability Raise: STR
    Skill: Disable Device (+1)
    Skill: Heal (+1)
    Skill: Search (+1)
    Skill: Spot (+1)
    Skill: Use Magic Device (+2)
    Feat: (Selected) Empower Healing Spell
    
    
    Level 13 (Ranger)
    Skill: Disable Device (+1)
    Skill: Heal (+3)
    Skill: Search (+1)
    Skill: Spot (+1)
    Skill: Use Magic Device (+1)
    
    
    Level 14 (Ranger)
    Skill: Balance (+1)
    Skill: Disable Device (+1)
    Skill: Heal (+1)
    Skill: Search (+1)
    Skill: Spot (+1)
    Skill: Use Magic Device (+1)
    Feat: (Favored Enemy) Favored Enemy: Dragon
    
    
    Level 15 (Ranger)
    Skill: Disable Device (+1)
    Skill: Heal (+2)
    Skill: Jump (+1)
    Skill: Search (+1)
    Skill: Spot (+1)
    Skill: Use Magic Device (+1)
    Feat: (Selected) Improved Critical: Slashing Weapons
    
    
    Level 16 (Ranger)
    Ability Raise: STR
    Skill: Balance (+1)
    Skill: Disable Device (+1)
    Skill: Heal (+1)
    Skill: Search (+1)
    Skill: Spot (+1)
    Skill: Use Magic Device (+1)
    
    
    Level 17 (Ranger)
    Skill: Disable Device (+1)
    Skill: Heal (+1)
    Skill: Jump (+2)
    Skill: Search (+1)
    Skill: Spot (+1)
    Skill: Use Magic Device (+1)
    
    
    Level 18 (Ranger)
    Skill: Disable Device (+1)
    Skill: Heal (+1)
    Skill: Jump (+2)
    Skill: Search (+1)
    Skill: Spot (+1)
    Skill: Use Magic Device (+1)
    Feat: (Selected) Improved Critical: Ranged Weapons
    
    
    Level 19 (Ranger)
    Skill: Balance (+1)
    Skill: Disable Device (+1)
    Skill: Heal (+1)
    Skill: Search (+1)
    Skill: Spot (+1)
    Skill: Use Magic Device (+1)
    Feat: (Favored Enemy) Favored Enemy: Evil Outsider
    
    
    Level 20 (Rogue)
    Ability Raise: STR
    Skill: Balance (+5)
    Skill: Disable Device (+1)
    Skill: Heal (+1)
    Skill: Search (+1)
    Skill: Spot (+1)
    Skill: Use Magic Device (+1)
    
    
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cloista-motu View Post
    EllisDee, you mentioned you struggled to get a 15Rgr/3Rog/2Ftr Split to work for you, this is what I've come up with for the new split for my main (currently 12Rgr/7Ftr/1Rog) , would be interested to see what you make of it:
    A few thoughts:

    I greatly prefer cure serious to cure moderate, and with the low will saves I find FOM to be a huge benefit. This generally means I'll always want at least 15 ranger levels (if taking more than 6 ranger levels) to get two level 4 spells.

    As a general rule I prefer concentration to quicken, though if you're running EE you'll want quicken.

    Why mobility and spring attack?

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