Talk:Paladin (3.5e Prestige Class)
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The alignment restriction doesn't mention neutrality, but most of the class abilities only work for good/evil paladins. Surgo 18:44, 9 April 2009 (MDT)
- Neutrality section was already implemented, but I still need to make a note for neutral Lawful/Chaos paladin. --TK-Squared 13:39, 10 April 2009 (MDT)
Detect Heretic: "He gains the ability to use both the that corresponds to the opposite of his alignment." --> huh?
Divine Gift: Can he change this bonus or is it a permanent choice?
Divine Touch: What is the maximum amount? It also seems a little unclear how it works (it doesn't explicitly say what happens when you spend points from the pool).
Heretic's Bane: "This property is only on the blade..." --> What about hammers :P.
Judgement: "Furthermore, your weapon is treated as your alignment for the purpose of overcoming damage reduction." --> is this nessessary? Your weapon is already Holy and Axiomatic (for example), which bypasses DR.
--Aarnott 14:25, 10 April 2009 (MDT)
- Detect Heretic: If you're Lawful Good, you gain Detect Chaos and Detect Evil. You can detect people who have the opposite alignment on both axis. FURTHERMORE, I just realized that it didn't show "detect spells" because it added it to the Category:Detect Spells instead of linking.
- Divine Gift: Permanent. Like choosing between the Divine Grace of the base Paladin or the variant class feature from... Heroes of Valor (I think).
- Divine Touch: Charisma Modifier * Caster Level.
- Heretic's Bane: Screw your hammers.
- Judgement: I wrote the description on a train in a notebook. I'll just remove that line.
- Now that's cleared up! --TK-Squared 14:30, 10 April 2009 (MDT)
Tome Paladin Sphere Access
I think one every odd level is a bit much -- the only other guys who are able to get spheres that fast are the guys whose entire shtick is centered around casting spells out of spheres (the Conduit of the Lower Planes. I'd suggest levels 2 and 5. Surgo 23:43, 2 June 2009 (MDT)
- Boom, done. --TK-Squared 14:19, 8 June 2009 (MDT)