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2007-12-03, 03:31 PM
Would anyone play in a campaign being pirates?

2007-12-03, 03:36 PM
I personally love the Crimson Corsair and the Dread Pirate PrC's!!! I ish the Dread Pirate augmented the Marshall auras as well the the Bard songs though.

2007-12-03, 03:41 PM
Scarlet Corsair! Scarlet Corsair!

2007-12-03, 03:46 PM
Hmm, I have a Neanderthal Barbarian/Fighter who wants to become a pirate. Dread Pirate looks nice but why would Grongar want Weapon Finesse and how does he get the neccessary skill points with Int 6 ? Why are there no good PrCs for brutish pirates ? :smallsigh:

2007-12-04, 01:14 AM
Pirate campaign good.

Pirate PrCs bad. I haven't yet seen one I really like. Seems like various Rogue-based builds can outdo any PrC in pirate-ness. Or like it would just be more fun to pick whatever class and roleplay it as a pirate (ToB for a melee pirate, etc.).

I'm fascinated by the idea of a Dragon Shaman pirate.

2007-12-04, 01:28 AM
I would. I'd be a duelist who specializes in sabre fencing. I'd wear a mask and all black. Of course, my last name would be Roberts.:smallwink: (Kudos to everyone who gets the reference to my favorite movie EVER.):smallbiggrin:

2007-12-04, 01:30 AM
Aventi ranger.
Also, why is it that no one ever uses the aquatic races?
They're cool!

2007-12-04, 01:42 AM
Aww come on, at least give us a good quote to go with the reference man. http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0348.html

Nobody uses aquatic races because obviously, they're the villains in any random monster encounter. It's as dumb as playing a Drow somewhere that drow typically attack other PCs.:smallamused:

I'd like to play a pirate campaign though.

2007-12-04, 02:13 AM
I thought this was going to be a thread about The Princess Bride.