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    The Manipulator wizard school specialization is one of my favorites. So is Controller, but even just having the base Enchanter wizard specialization would be great.

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    I would love to see the Blossoming Light cleric archetype from the adventurer's guide

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    Chosen from classes I've played:

    Fighter: (only 2 since 1 is confirmed)
    Two-weapon Warrior
    Armor Master

    Magus:
    Kensai/Sword Saint

    Monk:
    Zen Archer
    Drunken Master (or Martial Artist if the Drunken Ki/drinking in combat would be too difficult to implement)
    Master of Many Styles

    Ranger:
    Falconer

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    I'm not gonna lie - I didn't vote for Master of Many Styles on the grounds that i figured it would be to labor intensive for Owlcats to actually do it. But if they *do* do it, I will be pleased ^_^

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    Quote Originally Posted by HenriHakl View Post
    *do* do it, I will be pleased ^_^
    You said do-do
    Vivat Grendel!

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    Just putting in my vote for Magician Bard need some love for the more magicy side of barddom!

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    I like Archetypes that allow a class to shift niche a bit, almost acting like a multiclass. More than a lot of other D&D based games Pathfinder rewards players for staying in a single class, and these make that feel less restrictive.

    Urban Ranger is a good one. Getting trapfinding can be really useful, and it has a good ranger-rogue feel. Pathfinder has lots of good rogue replacements and archetypes accomplish a lot of that.

    Evangelist Clerics are pretty nice too, heavily trading off cleric staples like spontaneous cures and channel energy for new spontaneous spells and inspire courage. Cleric/Bard isn't a combo I thought would work well but it's actually solid from a fluff and mechanical standpoint.

    I like Eldritch Scoundrel, but given they've got an Arcane Trickster NPC I'm guessing it won't feature.

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    I just realized: is there any word on Advanced Weapon Training and Advanced Armor Training to make it in for the Fighter class?

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    As far I've seen there has been no word on it. I really do want it though. I probably would not play a fighter without it

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