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Concerning some of your edits
I've noticed that you seem to have edited a number of esteemed classes, and I am not quite sure how to say this: The edits seem to be quite ill-balanced power-pumping into these classes, and they are needless. Take for example, the Frost Knight. You seemed to have edited it multiple times, but the most recent was changing one of it's attacks to do 2d4 damage per level. That becomes equivalent to 20d4 damage at tenth level, and 40d4 at 20th, far exceeding the abilities of normal classes at the same levels, for the most part. Add this to the fact that the character is not supposed to be a icicle shooting, magical freezing arsenal; It's a melee fighter, with some very basic psionically cold supplements. Even further, the author of the class has requested that all suggestions be made on the talk page, instead of outright editing the page, directly, as it is considered complete, and I sympathize with that, as well; It is a good class, as it is, and I tend to think it does not need such buffing.
Please take the time to read and understand the Design guidelines, and take care to improve or create classes, not Gods. Unless you're in the Deity section, of course~! Jwguy 09:22, 9 August 2011 (MDT)