Page 44 - Flex Those Guns

1st Jun 2017, 8:00 AM in XANA Awakens
Page 44 - Flex Those Guns
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MagicMixture 1st Jun 2017, 8:00 AM edit delete
MagicMixture
I had to do the pun. I had to do it. It was sitting right there!

I don't know if you can multiclass at first level, but Taylor allowed it so Andy can go with his idea. To compensate, he can only use one feat for his druid class (his animal companion) and just have the ability to shoot. He can pick a gunslinger feat when he levels up.

What would you like for a Lyoko weapon? I want a freaking morning star. You know, those spiked maces? Those are so freaking awesome! I don't care if it would be heavy for me to swing, I want one!

Life Points
Odd: 10 HP
Ulrich: 20 HP

Transcript

Rachel: Wait, does that mean I can pick whatever I want?
Taylor: Within reason.
Rachel: Well, that changes everything! I’ve got the perfect weapon in mind.
Taylor: Be sure to run it by me first.
Rachel: Yeah, yeah.
Eric: Wait, what’s your weapon, Andy? I mean, I have this katana.
Rachel: Matter of fact, what IS your class?
Andy: I’m a druid/gunslinger.
Rachel: . . . Interesting combination.
Stein: Wait, I don’t see any guns on your drawing.
Andy: You mean these guns?
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ChaosStar0 1st Jun 2017, 2:44 PM edit delete reply
Druids don't have to use a feat to get animal companions, they get them naturally. Feats re anything outside of your classes natural abilities. I'm going to have to look up the Gunslinger class as I haven't heard of it.

I think Odd's weapons might count as natural weapons which Druids have proficincy in. You can't multiclass at first level as multilass is taking one level in a class then your next level in another class. Odd could mention that he intends to take a level of Gunslinger next level though.

Since Odd gets Animal Companion a part of his class he could take Point Blank Shot as his first level feat. That gives him a +1 on attack and damage rolls against opponents up to 30 feet away. Odd could be a gestalt though but then you have to have everyone be a gestalt otherwise it's not fair. If Odd's a gestalt then his class would read as Druid//Gunslinger.

I didn't really consider Druid for Odd's class due to Wildshape and the alignment restrictions. Druids have to be either Neutral Good, Lawful Neutral, True Neutral, Chaotic Neutral, or Neutral Evil.
ChaosStar0 1st Jun 2017, 3:02 PM edit delete reply
Okay I st took a look at the Gunslinger class and it's a class from Pathfinder, a separate system that branched out from D&D. It's possible to enact backwards compatibility on Pathfinder stuff and turn them into D&D 3.5 stuff, though it usually takes some work. Just beware the Gunslinger class is going to take quite a bit of bookkeeping on your part.
Wildwolf42 2nd Jun 2017, 10:21 PM edit delete reply
Wildwolf42
As my weapon, it would change with my form...
MagicMixture 2nd Jun 2017, 10:32 PM edit delete reply
MagicMixture
Of course it would, you sneaky shapeshifter. ;)
Mr.Dusk 19th Aug 2018, 2:19 AM edit delete reply
Weapon should be heavy with a blade. An axe or two will work.
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