View Full Version : [3.5] Class Feature Equivalencies: What Can You Do With This?

Fax Celestis
2010-11-22, 03:26 PM
Okay, so, if we go by CCham, half-casting (like a paladin) is worth a bonus fighter feat every four levels. If we translate this backwards, then, we can allow a fighter to turn in a bonus feat every four levels to obtain half-casting.

The premise, then, is this: take a fighter, trade all his bonus feats to obtain full paladin spellcasting and full ranger spellcasting. These are Wis-based divine spells, so we don't have to worry about armor and we can depend on one stat for the spellcasting.

Now we take Battle Blessing (CCham) and Sword of the Arcane Order. If we have a lenient DM, we also trade the ranger casting for mystic ranger casting (and say we take a few specific feats to replace the features it loses that the base fighter doesn't have, like Wild Cohort (http://www.wizards.com/default.asp?x=dnd/re/20031118a) at early levels).

Lastly, we can grab Alternative Source Spell to use with Sword of the Arcane Order, allowing us to prepare our wizard spells as divine spells to ignore ASF. Or we can get Intuitive Attack or Zen Archery to make use of that Wis score.

Is this interesting? Viable? Can I do more with it?