Talk:Ki Master (3.5e Class)

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Hey there, I was actually thinking of making a class like this, but you beat me to it. ;-) just a few thoughts, i think we should put in a new page on the wiki for the spell list, if We're allowed. Also, you need too be consistent with the he/she pronoun thingys. I think you should stick with He, but I'll leave that up to you. You were also a bit repetitive with the fact that they don't need to prepare blasts. It looks like you put in a looot of work with the new spells and such, I'm impressed. i love DBZ and would love to see this finished, and will definately be playtesting it as soon as I can. Keep it up dude, ill be watching. --Tug 18:32, 8 December 2008 (MST)


Rating[edit]

Power - <<<5>>>/5 I give this class a <<<5>>> out of 5 because <<<Perfect>>> --24.60.13.122 19:31, 10 August 2009 (MDT)

Are you kidding?! Almost all monk abilities plus sorceror spellcasting? If that's not overpowered, I don't know what is. --Henrebotha 08:35, 7 October 2009 (MDT)

Wording - <<<4.5>>>/5 I give this class a <<<4.5>>> out of 5 because <<<well worded but needs work>>> --24.60.13.122 19:31, 10 August 2009 (MDT)

Formatting - <<<5>>>/5 I give this class a <<<5>>> out of 5 because <<<Well made>>> --24.60.13.122 19:31, 10 August 2009 (MDT)

Flavor - <<<4>>>/5 I give this class a <<<4>>> out of 5 because <<<Is good but need more flavor>>> --24.60.13.122 19:31, 10 August 2009 (MDT)


Rating[edit]

Power - 1/5 I give this class a 1 out of 5 because this class is nice and all for someone whos a fun of DBZ but really this cant be used in D&D AT ALL its OVERPOWER!!!!!!!!!!!!! AS ALL HELL....... you have way too many spells and moves, attacks and so on its TOO much. THis was make by a Person who loves dbz too much and doenst play D&D enuff. Cause theres no thought of how this class would work with other players and npc anything else in that matter. its JUST A FAN MADE CLASS THATS all

Wording - 3/5 I give this class a <<<Insert Your Rating Here>>> out of 5 because <<<insert why you gave the rating and how to improve it>>> --71.234.216.4 21:22, 26 June 2010 (UTC)

>Ki Master >"spellcasting" of a sorcerer >AC bonuses of a monk >2 + INT skill points per level >dependent on EVERY FUCKING STAT Gee, no wonder no one uses this

Rating[edit]

Power: 2/5 - This has 3/4 BAB progression, two good saves, full spell casting progression, a spell list that includes some of the most useful spells from both the wizard and cleric spell lists, decent skill access, and a lengthy list of class features. It's an almost strictly better sorcerer. This is simply too much and no apparant thought has been given to power level. This class would probably be balanced if reduced to Bard like spell progression (maximum 6th). Mechanics: 3/5 - The rules are ok, but not particularly evocative. Despite the interesting flavor, the rules are pretty generic. That's not entirely a bad thing though. Flavor: 2/5 - There is the potential of some interesting flavor here, but its not sufficiently expanded upon and too many of the spells seem thinly justified from the apparant flavor.

Rating[edit]

Power - 0/5 Some people should just be disallowed from making classes. This is almost as bad as the Dragon Rider class. It smashes together multiple classes without any thought as to moderation or role, into one conglomerate class of capability, effectively making other classes rather pointless. --Jwguy 00:54, 12 July 2011 (MDT)

Wording - 3/5 I almost joked here, saying that your wording is poor, because you simply have too many of them, because it has too many abilities. That said, it could use some work. --Jwguy 00:54, 12 July 2011 (MDT)

Formatting - 4/5 You're missing your starter class table. And the Starter Class --Jwguy 00:54, 12 July 2011 (MDT)

Flavor - 1/5 It's clear that the power of this class is it's main draw, but it's overpowered capability makes it lose out on flavor. Classes ought to have clearly defined roles, allowing them to sync with worlds and practical uses much more clearly. If a Ki Master is so damned powerful, why would any person in the world decide to be anything different? Because it takes intense training, I suspect might be a response, but so do many other, lesser classes that are balanced and geared toward their respective roles. Why go Sorcerer, Monk, or Cleric, when you can spend just as much effort to be a Ki Master, and fit in with, and survive in, the world better? You may also suggest that it takes more effort, but if that is the case, why is this a base class? It causes clear and direct confusion and draws away from the uniqueness that a role-oriented class produces, and becomes a gray conglomerate of classes. This is not flavor. --Jwguy 00:54, 12 July 2011 (MDT)

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