Yeah, the only thing about the scythe I like is that it is deadly – if I am remembering correctly… and there is some fun character to it. Really wish they had made it a simple weapon, would have made it excellent for clerics of Urgathoa. It’s the A Man Cannot Survive On Beer Alone He Also Needs Cycling And A Dog Paw Shirt… Provided that you’ve got the accuracy to crit on more than just 20s. War priests, who are limited to 16 STR early on and don’t reach a Master in weapons, is not going to be achieving that reliably. Sarenrae OP, plz nerf. In all seriousness, she was already one of my favorite deities, and that’s a nice set of benefits she gives. Building Tristian from Pathfinder: Kingmaker (the CRPG) sounds like it’ll put me in a good place.
A Man Cannot Survive On Beer Alone He Also Needs Cycling And A Dog Paw Shirt, Tank Top, V-neck, Ladies Tee For Men And Women’s
I’m actually currently rocking a Champion of Pharasma. Because we are converting our 5e campaign to Pathfinder 2E. And it’s the A Man Cannot Survive On Beer Alone He Also Needs Cycling And A Dog Paw Shirt. His big focus was changing weapons to suit the situation, and Blade Ally->Shifting does that perfectly. And knowledge domain isn’t half bad when you have a DM that throws wacky homebrew shit at you constantly so you can never know what an enemy is actually capable of or resistant to until it starts ruining your day. It is worth noting that your choice of a deity can do nothing mechanically for Champions. You can just not take Domain Initiate. As such, Champion’s choice of a deity is largely about their edicts, anathema, and alignment.
Official A Man Cannot Survive On Beer Alone He Also Needs Cycling And A Dog Paw Sweatshirt, Hoodie
If you want to sword-and-board specifically, Gozreh, Sarenrae (and Asmodeus) are all good picks. Iomedae is also decent if unspectacular, and Nethys is oddly workable. I recommend the A Man Cannot Survive On Beer Alone He Also Needs Cycling And A Dog Paw Shirt. Getting hit and casting spells as you can get. Nature and Destruction domains are excellent for Warpriests, as is Sun. Nature helps you focus on being defensive, while Destruction is highly aggressive, and Sun tactical. You’ll notice that most builds don’t invest in CON. Because of how crits work, it’s more important to have AC than HP. At least for sword-and-boarding, where your shield helps soak hits.