Talk:Talented Barbarian (3.5e Alternate Class Feature)

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I don't understand how this is overpowered. If you're playing a game where traps aren't often used (or indeed used at all), this seems like the perfect trade-off. You're not getting any truly powerful feats in exchange (nothing outside of the PHB), and you're not adding anything the barbarian couldn't theoretically do otherwise. Perhaps enlighten me as to how this is overpowered. --JRCameron 14:44, 16 November 2011 (MST)

All Player Characters are over-powered... but hey, that's the point isn't it? I mean the PC's are the hero's of the story. No one wants to play a Human, Class Farmer, Level 1, with WIS 8, INT 6, DEX 10, CHA 5, and STR of 12. I think whomever you were responding to, didn't understand what the word ALTERNATE meant, and probably thought you were stacking the two Classes.Chado2423 15:51, 17 November 2011 (MST)

I'm not sure you know what overpowered means, but the "overpowered" comment has been removed from the page. I'm guessing the guy who added it is long gone by now anyway. JazzMan 21:27, 17 November 2011 (MST)
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