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Animal Companions need Athletics

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Junkermanz

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The Ranger's Animal Companion should receive an Athletics bonus tied to the Ranger's own skill level. As most of us have already discovered - Athletics is the most useful skill in the game and every character benefits from at least one or two points so you can finish a dungeon without resting.

 

The Ranger's Animal companion is fatigued from only a few hours however and I feel this should be looked at.


Edited by Junkermanz, 03 April 2015 - 03:24 PM.

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Animal Companions need scaling defenses/dr.


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I agree with this - I am not 100% sure but there may be level up traits that give some kind of passive endurance bump to your animal.  I am only a level 3 ranger but do remember seeing some companion perks when doling out level up points.  Someone else farther along with the ranger can prob confirm this.



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Animal Companions need scaling defenses/dr.

Dongom this is for you - cracks me up everytime i see it.   "The greatest day in anyone's lifetime"


Edited by wotdlois, 03 April 2015 - 03:35 PM.






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