Talk:River Gypsy (3.5e Prestige Class)
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Could someone please finish this? I actually like this and can see this easily fitting into a Waterworld-esque setting.
- Sorry, life got in my way... May try to get back to this one soon. --Calidore Chase (talk) 01:17, 6 December 2012 (MST)
- I think that river gyspy can't be lawful since his power come from passion. Second I don't see a problem with neutral river gyspy. The Ex-Info that I wrote add balance to this class.
- The River Gypsies are passionate folk who are basically good. Their passion expresses itself in a number of ways and is not hindered by their secondary alignment attribute. Lawful Good River Gypsies despise scalykind just as much as a neutral or chaotic good River Gypsy, they just go about expressing their hatred in a way that is in line with their laws and morals. Now, do you believe that this class is unbalanced? If so, in what way? Is one of the abilities too powerful? Too many abilities given to the class? --Calidore Chase (talk) 07:07, 7 January 2013 (MST)
- Upped the Hit Die to d6, think it better reflects the fact that they lead very active careers. I don't think the skill points need to be increased. Gnomes are distinct in my campaign and were not involved in the destruction that befell the halfling race - that being said, if the DM wants to rule that a gnome has successfully convinced a river gypsy to teach him the trade... well, DMs supersede rules to make the game better or accomodate storyline and I am always in favor of that. Have not read the other Gyspsy class yet. Also, please sign your posts by putting - - ~ ~ ~ ~ at the end of your post with no spaces. --Calidore Chase (talk) 03:21, 10 January 2013 (MST)
access to unlimited healing
Is it intentional that 3rd lvl river gypsy gains unlimited healing by otter shape class feature since it functions like wildshape feature of druid which states "Each time you use wild shape, you regain lost hit points as if you had rested for a night."