Talk:Slave Driver (3.5e Class)
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I really like the flavor here but I would pay a bit more attention to spelling and grammar and I think Painful Lash needs some kind of usage limitation. Also, Get Back to Work as a free action is utterly broken (think two Slave Drivers compelling themselves and everyone else in the party to infinite turns). As a swift action it would still be powerful but at least not broken. -- Jota 15:14, 20 April 2009 (MDT)
Whip it GOOD
Dear Sir or Madam:
I have read this class and I certainly believe it to be a class worthy of an evil alignment. This class is awesome: I humbly request that you make it even more awesome by completing and correcting any inconsistencies in the description or mechanics of the class. You may not need good luck in your future endeavors, if this class is to be believed, but I wish it upon you anyway.
--Gedren56 13:50, 18 November 2009 (MST)
This class is not balanced as you get to add the 10d6 to every attack and have the BAB of a fighter, not to mention dealing damage while debilitating his enemies (improved trip anyone at range doing 10d6 damage and you get to keep attacking?) Not to mention he gets an additional person to control and that doesn't include fear effects. Tivanir 12:43, 23 March 2012 (MDT)
Two key parts of confusion...
I am about to use this class in my new D&D session but am just kind of confused what two of the features' intent of use was. First, with the "Slave Keeper" feature - what classifies "subdued" and how long can you keep these slaves? Next, with the "Whipmaster's Reach" feature - does the whip continue to gain an additional 5 foot reach each level or is this only once at the 5th level? It's fine if I don't get a response for these features (my DM will probably decide for our purposes) but it would probably be better to clean these up more for future uses.
--Listy225 19:14, 28 May 2013 (PST)