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Foreword: I've been wishing that you could scribe spells into Staves and Wands for a while, even Tattoo's and being to cast Unarmed without a Grimoire (Hand tattoos?). Some of these Wizard combinations would be able create some pretty awesome gimmicks if there'd be more types of casting ranged auto-attack magic.

​Barbarian/Wizard for instance, is it fitting to have a Barbarian hold a Grimoire? Or wouldn't you think they'd have developed techniques to scribe spells onto staff's or wands, or maybe even bodies? A Barbarian completely tattooed. For example: A Grimoire can hold 20 spells, a Wand maybe 5 spells, a Staff 10 spells and "Body" 15 spells.
 

Making this post made me start wonder if "Multiclassing" is a sort of equivalent to "Alignments" (Chaotic Evil, Lawful Neutral etc.) as well.

Here's an even more extensive template, you can switch out the titles names, the dashes are "features" or description. Definitions for all "Power Sources" here, e.g. "Rage", "Spirits", "Psionics"...

​Example:

Berserker
​Barbarian+Chanter (Rage+Spirits)
​- Screams in rage, shouts and yells, physically strong
- Summons deep seated emotions to get enraged, spirits of the past

​Those with an Asterix * are confirmed
 

Berserker
Barbarian+Chanter (Rage+Spirits)

​-
-

Madman
Barbarian+Cipher (Rage+Psionics)
​-
-

Werekind
Barbarian+Druid (Rage+Nature)
​-
-

 

​Brute*
Barbarian+Fighter (Rage+Discipline)
​-
-

 

​Brawler*
Barbarian+Monk (Rage+Motification)
​-
-

 

​Colossus/Royal Guard
Barbarian+Paladin (Rage+Zeal)
​-
-

 

​Chief
Barbarian+Priest (Rage+Faith)
​-
-

 

​Wildling
Barbarian+Ranger (Rage+Bond)
​-
-

 

​Bandit
Barbarian+Rogue (Rage+Guile)
​-
-

 

​Shaman*
Barbarian+Wizard (Rage+Arcane)
​-
-

 

​Mindsinger
Chanter+Cipher (Spirits+Psionics)
​-
-

 

​Vagabond
Chanter+Druid (Spirits+Nature)
​-
-

 

​Troubadour
Chanter+Fighter (Spirits+Discipline)
​-
-

 

​Vocalist
Chanter+Monk (Spirits+Mortification)
​-
-

 

​Leader
Chanter+Paladin (Spirits+Zeal)
​-
-

 

Apostle
Chanter+Priest (Spirits+Faith)

​-
-

Necromancer
Chanter+Ranger (Spirits+Bond)
​-
-

 

​Mystic
Chanter+Rogue (Spirits+Guile)
​-
-

 

​Spellsinger
Chanter+Wizard (Spirits+Arcane)
​-
-

 

​Animalist
Cipher+Druid (Psionics+Nature)

​-
-
 

​Telekinetic
Cipher+Fighter (Psionics+Discipline)
​-
-

 

​Psion
Cipher+Monk (Psionics+Malification)
​-
-

 

​Telepath
Cipher+Paladin (Psionics+Zeal)
​-
-

 

​Voodoo Doctor
Cipher+Priest (Psionics+Faith)
​-
-

 

​Mind Controller
Cipher+Ranger (Psionics+Bond)
​-
-

 

​Shadow
Cipher+Rogue (Psionics+Guile)
​-
-

 

​Illusionist
Cipher+Wizard (Psionics+Arcane)
​-
-

 

​Guardian
Druid+Fighter (Nature+Discipline)
​-
-

 

​Crusher
Druid+Monk (Nature+Mortification)
​-
-

 

​Liberator*
Druid+Paladin (Nature+Zeal)
​-
-

 

​Healer
Druid+Priest (Nature+Faith)
​-
-

Hermit
Druid+Ranger (Nature+Bond)  
​-
-

Beastman
Druid+Rogue (Nature+Guile)
​-
-

Elementalist
Druid+Wizard (Nature+Arcane)
​-
-

Pugilist
Fighter+Monk (Discipline+Malification)
​-
-

Templar
Fighter+Paladin (Discipline+Zeal)   
​-
-

 

Lord
Fighter+Priest (Discipline+Faith)
​-
-

Houndmaster
Fighter+Ranger (Discipline+Bond)  
​-
-

Duelist
Fighter+Rogue (Discipline+Guile)
​-
-

Battlemage*
Fighter+Wizard (Discipline+Arcane)
​-
-

Fallen Paladin
Monk+Paladin (Mortification+Zeal)
​-
-

Flagellant
Monk+Priest (Mortification+Faith)
​-
-

Ascended
Monk+Ranger (Mortification+Bond)  
​-
-

Assassin
Monk+Rogue (Mortification+Guile)

​-
-

 

Spellblade
Monk+Wizard (Mortification+Arcane)

​-
-

Bishop

Paladin+Priest (Zeal+Faith)

​-
-

Dragon Knight
Paladin+Ranger (Zeal+Bond)
​-
-

Mercenary

Paladin+Rogue (Zeal+Guile)

​-
-

Headmaster
Paladin+Wizard (Zeal+Arcane)
​-
-

Enlightened
Priest+Ranger (Faith+Bond)
​-
-

Shadow Priest
Priest+Rogue (Faith+Guile)
​-
-

Sorceror
Priest+Wizard (Faith+Arcane)
​-
-

Hunter/Huntsman
Ranger+Rogue (Bond+Guile) 
​-
-

Mythic
Ranger+Wizard (Bond+Arcane)
​-
-

Shadow Mage
Rogue+Wizard (Guile+Arcane)

​-
-

 

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fighter/barbarian = brute

barbarian/monk = brawler

 

from a josh post at sa.

 

HA! Good Fun!

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So I came up with a bunch of ideas for what the multiclasses will be, let me know what you guys think of this! The names with question marks by them are the ones I either didn’t really like, couldn’t think of anything else, don’t think it fits, or think it has very little chance of being the right name. I took a lot of the names from other RPGs, and from names from lore or history. Let me know what you guys think the names will be!

Paladin+Rogue= Holy Assassin?/ Templar Assassin?/Inquisitor?(Prefer inquisitor in its other spot)

 

Paladin+Chanter=Paragon

 

Paladin+Fighter=Crusader/Knight/Guardian

 

Paladin+Ranger= Cathar/Cavalier

 

Paladin+Wizard=Spellsword

 

Paladin+Priest= Cleric/Healer

 

Paladin+Monk=Sentinel

 

Paladin+Barbarian= Jaguars?/Eagles? (like the Aztec Holy warriors, not sure if it will fit in the lore of Pillars)

 

Paladin+Cipher= Blackguard

 

Rogue+Ranger= Hunter/Scavenger

 

Rogue+Chanter= Bard

 

Rogue+Druid= Woodsman?

 

Rogue+Fighter= Duelist/Cavalier

 

Rogue+Wizard= Illusionist

 

Rogue+Priest= Inquisitor

 

Rogue+Monk= Daredevil

 

Rogue+Cipher= Assassin/Lurk/Shadowblade/Hexer

 

Rogue+Barbarian= Gladiator

 

Fighter+Chanter= Bladesinger

 

Fighter+Druid= Valkyrie  

 

Fighter+Monk= Martialist

 

Fighter+Barbarian= Berserker

 

Fighter+Ranger= Marksman?

 

Fighter+Cipher= Psyblade

 

Fighter+Priest= Templar

 

Ranger+Druid= Beastmaster/Beastlord

 

Ranger+Cipher= Communer?/Clairvoyant

 

Ranger+Priest= Adept?/healer/Medic

 

Ranger+Monk= Medicine Man/Naturalist

 

Ranger+Chanter= Beastsinger?/Tamer?

 

Ranger+barbarian= Tribesman?

 

Ranger+Wizard= Wayfarer

 

Monk+Priest= Missionary

 

Monk+Chanter= Consular

 

Monk+Wizard= Sorcerer?/Adept?

 

Monk+Druid= Acolyte

 

Monk+barbarian= Battlerager

 

Monk+Cipher= Delver

 

Chanter+barbarian= Minstrel

 

Chanter+wizard= Enchanter?

 

Chanter+druid= Naturesinger?/Soothsayer

 

Chanter+Priest= Apostle

 

Chanter+Cipher= Reader/Psychic/Soothsayer/Dominator

 

Druid+Wizard= Elementalist

 

Druid+Priest= Mystic

 

Druid+barbarian= Vandal?

 

Druid+Cipher= Oracle

 

Priest+barbarian= Dervish

 

Preist+Cipher+Heretic=Witch

 

Wizard+Priest= Mender

 

Wizard+Cipher= Warlock/Witch

 

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I didn't expect to come up with this many Barbarian multis given that I've never played or even considered playing as one, but here they are along with a few other class combinations:
 
Barbarian/Chanter - Howler
 
Barbarian/Druid - Atavus, Skinwalker
 
Barbarian/Fighter - Hordebreaker
 
Barbarian/Paladin - Warlord
 
Barbarian/Ranger - Alpha
 
Barbarian/Rogue - Marauder
 
Barbarian/Wizard - Destroyer
 
Chanter/Priest - Liturgist (I think Hierophant's actually a better fit for this combination where the etymology of the term is concerned - showing/revealing what is holy seems a close match for the concept of a priest who also brings stories to life, after all - but I've already seen it here in various capacities)
 
Cipher/Monk - Transcendentalist
 
Cipher/Priest - Gnostic, Mystic
 
Cipher/Rogue - Scourge
 
Fighter/Paladin - Vanguard
 
Fighter/Rogue - Cutthroat, Slayer
 
Monk/Wizard - Blood Mage
 
Paladin/Priest - Paragon
 
Paladin/Rogue - Avenger

 

Priest/Wizard - Ritualist, Sage

 

Ranger/Rogue - Prowler

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Hey I was close!  I said fighter / monk would be a brawler.  I wanna make a bingo card.

 

Looks like Obsidian is not going to make is easy by copying Pathfinder.

Not that i'm complaining, it's going to be more fun that way.

 

Cipher+Priest = Inquisitor


Vancian =/= per rest.

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This thread could be a while since there are 55 combinations and only three are known.  I went through and made a list, here are my favorites so far:

 

Cipher

Cipher + Paladin = Inquisitor

Cipher + Priest = Oracle

Cipher + Rogue = Illusionist

Cipher + Ranger = Mind Hunter (Lore Reference!)

Cipher + Wizard = Animancer,

 

I read Inquisitor as Inquirer and was briefly excited beyond all reason before coming down from such happy heights.

 

On the note of animancer, does it make much sense given animancy is an actual thing of its own?  Animancers and animancy are quite well explained, they aren't simply a combination of Cipher or Wizard. Indeed you could be, in theory, an animancer in addition to one, the other, both or neither, or at least that's the impressions Pillars itself left me with. Correct if wrong. I often am.


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just a few of mine... possibly stated by others.

Barbarian + Ranger = Warden

Rogue + Wizard = Shade

Chanter + Paladin = Seraph

Fighter + Paladin = Crusader 

Priest + Paladin = Templar

Cipher + Ranger = Seeker

Rogue + Fighter = Marauder 


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For me, a rogue+fighter is more like a duelist or swashbuckler.

Barb+rogue sounds more like marauder.

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Here was my crack at making all of them. Rather difficult in some places and I'm not happy with all of them. Overall my intention was to choose relatively simple titles rather than badass sounding ones, to match the original titles of the classes. After all, the idea is that these are new options, not upgrades - you shouldn't be drawn to them because they have cooler names. I also tried to pull from popular media where it made sense. I originally did this on a spreadsheet so as not to make a huge list, but I don't think we can make tables here?

 

B/Ch - Skald

B/Ci - Reaver

B/D - Shaman (these always seemed more nature-y than a B/W would be)

B/F - Gladiator

B/M - Berzerker (hard to think of a disciplined Barbarian, so went more with the power-from-wounds bit)

B/Pa - Zealot

B/Pr - Fanatic

B/Ra - Raider

B/Ro - Marauder

B/W - Auger

 

Ch/Ci - Silvertongue

Ch/D - Summoner

Ch/F - Warlord

Ch/M - Lector

Ch/Pa - Herald

Ch/Pr - Cantor

Ch/Ra - Troubador

Ch/Ro - Bard

Ch/W - Spellsinger

 

Cipher in general was the hardest to combine, I think. Sometimes I went with their untrusted aspect, sometimes their mental.

 

Ci/D - Warlock

Ci/F - Hexblade

Ci/M - Enigma

Ci/Pa - Purifier

Ci/Pr - Prophet or Confessor

Ci/Ra - Clairvoyant

Ci/Ro - Shadow

Ci/W - Enchanter or Sorceror

 

D/F - Warden

D/M - Hermit (this has more of a nature connotation than Ascetic)

D/Pa - Green Knight

D/Pr - Sage

D/Ra - Beastmaster

D/Ro - Wildstalker or just Stalker

D/W - Witch or Sorceror

 

F/M - Sentinel

F/Pa - Champion

F/Pr - Crusader

F/Ra - Wayfarer or Wanderer

F/Ro - Duelist

F/W - Battlemage

 

M/Pa - Oathkeeper

M/Pr - Martyr

M/Ra - Zen Archer

M/Ro - Assassin

M/W - Mystic

 

Pa/Pr - Seraph

Pa/Ra - Pathfinder

Pa/Ro - Witch Hunter

Pa/W - Eldritch Knight (I know this is typically tied to fighters in D&D, but Paladins are the more knightly types in PoE)

 

Pr/Ra - Circuit Rider (my preferred BY FAR) or Missionary

Pr/Ro - Inquisitor

Pr/W - Thaumaturge

 

I found Ranger combos difficult as well because they don't have a lot of unique flavor of their own. Druids take most of the nature aspect, so all they are left with is marksman (which isn't actually a definite of the class) and traveling around . . . with a pet.

 

Ra/Ro - Vagabond

Ra/W - Arcane Archer (needs a better name, but this is tradition)

 

Ro/W - Arcane Trickster (see above)

 

 

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we each have our own opinions, that's what make things interesting. anyway, i simply feel marauder fits the rogue/fighter class better. (and i'm using marauder in the sense of irregular combat forces who's purpose is raiding behind enemy lines to create chaos & confusion). in that context i think it works better, but that 's just me.


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Sawyer posted more multiclass titles yesterday.

 

 

 

a few more #deadfire multiclass titles to love & hate: rogue + ranger = pathfinder. rogue + barbarian = ravager. rogue + druid = avenger.

 

During the Q&A he also mentioned that Fighter + Barbarian would be Brute and Rogue + Wizard would be Spellblade.

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Tehehe... that was quite funny. :lol:


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Haven't gone through every class combo, but I was thinking of some class titles on a drive home the other day. 

 

Rogue/Ranger = Stalker

Wizard/Cipher = Warlock

Wizard/Priest = Necromancer

Fighter/Rogue = Duelist

Priest/Paladin = Zealot(?)

 

I will go through the entire list another time. It's quite fun to make come up with these. Perhaps naming our class could be a feature?

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Sawyer posted more multiclass titles yesterday.

 

 

 

a few more #deadfire multiclass titles to love & hate: rogue + ranger = pathfinder. rogue + barbarian = ravager. rogue + druid = avenger.

 

During the Q&A he also mentioned that Fighter + Barbarian would be Brute and Rogue + Wizard would be Spellblade.

 

Thanks for the info mate. I like most of those except "avenger". I mean, who is he avenging? Do all druid/rogues have someone to avenge? It just doesn't have much to do with the classes abilities. 

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Sawyer posted more multiclass titles yesterday.

 

 

 

a few more #deadfire multiclass titles to love & hate: rogue + ranger = pathfinder. rogue + barbarian = ravager. rogue + druid = avenger.

 

During the Q&A he also mentioned that Fighter + Barbarian would be Brute and Rogue + Wizard would be Spellblade.

 

Thanks for the info mate. I like most of those except "avenger". I mean, who is he avenging? Do all druid/rogues have someone to avenge? It just doesn't have much to do with the classes abilities. 

 

well, the avenger kit and sub class has been druid staples for many years.  those who would defile nature is victims o' the avenger's wrath.... or somesuch.  am pretty sure 3.0-3.5 avenger were having a bit o' the barbarian power.  bg2 kit avenger were getting a few wizard spells.  and as we always loathed druids in pnp, we cannot tell you for certain what were the actual 2e avenger kit, but am thinking it were an extra weapon proficiency slot.  

 

suggestions:

 

chanter+paladin = choirmaster

monk+paladin = penitent

monk + priest = friar

priest + paladin = librarian  kidding.  but serious, a 40k crpg needs to be a thing.

 

HA! Good Fun!

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Here was my crack at making all of them. Rather difficult in some places and I'm not happy with all of them. Overall my intention was to choose relatively simple titles rather than badass sounding ones, to match the original titles of the classes. After all, the idea is that these are new options, not upgrades - you shouldn't be drawn to them because they have cooler names. I also tried to pull from popular media where it made sense. I originally did this on a spreadsheet so as not to make a huge list, but I don't think we can make tables here?

 

B/Ch - Skald

B/Ci - Reaver

B/D - Shaman (these always seemed more nature-y than a B/W would be)

B/F - Gladiator

B/M - Berzerker (hard to think of a disciplined Barbarian, so went more with the power-from-wounds bit)

B/Pa - Zealot

B/Pr - Fanatic

B/Ra - Raider

B/Ro - Marauder

B/W - Auger

 

Ch/Ci - Silvertongue

Ch/D - Summoner

Ch/F - Warlord

Ch/M - Lector

Ch/Pa - Herald

Ch/Pr - Cantor

Ch/Ra - Troubador

Ch/Ro - Bard

Ch/W - Spellsinger

 

Cipher in general was the hardest to combine, I think. Sometimes I went with their untrusted aspect, sometimes their mental.

 

Ci/D - Warlock

Ci/F - Hexblade

Ci/M - Enigma

Ci/Pa - Purifier

Ci/Pr - Prophet or Confessor

Ci/Ra - Clairvoyant

Ci/Ro - Shadow

Ci/W - Enchanter or Sorceror

 

D/F - Warden

D/M - Hermit (this has more of a nature connotation than Ascetic)

D/Pa - Green Knight

D/Pr - Sage

D/Ra - Beastmaster

D/Ro - Wildstalker or just Stalker

D/W - Witch or Sorceror

 

F/M - Sentinel

F/Pa - Champion

F/Pr - Crusader

F/Ra - Wayfarer or Wanderer

F/Ro - Duelist

F/W - Battlemage

 

M/Pa - Oathkeeper

M/Pr - Martyr

M/Ra - Zen Archer

M/Ro - Assassin

M/W - Mystic

 

Pa/Pr - Seraph

Pa/Ra - Pathfinder

Pa/Ro - Witch Hunter

Pa/W - Eldritch Knight (I know this is typically tied to fighters in D&D, but Paladins are the more knightly types in PoE)

 

Pr/Ra - Circuit Rider (my preferred BY FAR) or Missionary

Pr/Ro - Inquisitor

Pr/W - Thaumaturge

 

I found Ranger combos difficult as well because they don't have a lot of unique flavor of their own. Druids take most of the nature aspect, so all they are left with is marksman (which isn't actually a definite of the class) and traveling around . . . with a pet.

 

Ra/Ro - Vagabond

Ra/W - Arcane Archer (needs a better name, but this is tradition)

 

Ro/W - Arcane Trickster (see above)

 

Nice list. Would definitely save some name suggestions in this thread.. so i dont need to use some of the boring default titles like "brute" :p

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Sawyer posted more multiclass titles yesterday.

 

 

 

a few more #deadfire multiclass titles to love & hate: rogue + ranger = pathfinder. rogue + barbarian = ravager. rogue + druid = avenger.

 

During the Q&A he also mentioned that Fighter + Barbarian would be Brute and Rogue + Wizard would be Spellblade.

 

Thanks for the info mate. I like most of those except "avenger". I mean, who is he avenging? Do all druid/rogues have someone to avenge? It just doesn't have much to do with the classes abilities. 

 

 

avenge some of the fallen companions? remember you are hunting a god :p

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This thread could be a while since there are 55 combinations and only three are known.  I went through and made a list, here are my favorites so far:

Barbarian

Barbarian + Chanter = Skald,

Barbarian + Druid = Beastmaster,

Barbarian + Paladin = Zealot,

Barbarian + Priest = One Eye, Auger, Ravenpriest

 

Chanter

Chanter + Cipher = Mindsinger

Chanter + Druid = Valar,

Chanter + Rogue = Bard, 

Chanter + Paladin = Standard Bearer

Chanter + Priest = Hymnist

Chanter + Wizard = Namer,

 

Cipher

Cipher + Paladin = Inquisitor

Cipher + Priest = Oracle

Cipher + Rogue = Illusionist

Cipher + Ranger = Mind Hunter (Lore Reference!)

Cipher + Wizard = Animancer,

 

Druid

Druid + Priest = Hermit

Druid + Ranger = Stalker

Druid + Rogue = Predator

Druid + Wizard = Wildmage

 

Fighter

Fighter + Monk = Brawler (Khelgar!)

Fighter + Paladin = Templar

Fighter + Priest = Knight

Fighter + Ranger = Woodsman

Fighter + Rogue = Thug

 

Monk

Monk + Paladin = Divine Fist, Martyr

Monk + Priest = Mendicant, Flagellator, Stigmatist,

Monk + Rogue = Shadowdancer

Monk + Wizard = Scholar

 

Paladin

Paladin + Priest = Bishop, 

Paladin + Ranger = Hereward, Wild Hunt

Paladin + Wizard = Arcane Knight

 

Priest

Priest + Ranger = Friar

Priest + Rogue = Snake Handler / Holy Roller

Priest + Wizard =  Philosopher, Alchemist

 

Ranger

Ranger + Rogue = Poacher, Scout

 

 

I like a lot of these.  PoE2's idea is all is very similar to the schema used in 'Titan Quest' (which was a great game, btw), whereby players chose 2 classes that created a corresponding combination class and name.

 

http://titanquest.wikia.com/wiki/Character_Classes

 

A lot of TQ's classes were more elementalist tho in nature, as opposed to classes in the DnD lineage sense of the term, but a lot of their names were very good.  Assassins were the best classes, but I digress...

 

Some of these class combinations were explored in DnD supplementary material over the years, such as Fighter + Rogue = Swashbuckler, for instance.  While a lot of excellent names ended up having fairly specific DnD class associations that would be difficult to shake - Fatespinner, Shadowdancer, Loremaster, etc. 

 

One of the interesting possibilities is also that the subclassing that they've talked about would have specific names themselves.  So, for instance, Fighters would be just "fighter" or might be 'defender' or 'assaulter' (or whatever) if one choose the 'defense' or 'offense' sub-specialization (for example). 

 

Thus it wouldn't just be Fighter + Rogue = Swashbuckler, but rather Defender + Rogue = Tumbler, and Assaulter + Rogue = Assassin, also. And again for the Rogue subclasses..

 

Also, I like adding an additional term for Priests indicating their diety.  So, for instance if Monk + Priest = Praetor, then a Monk + Priest of Skaen = Ebon Praetor.  (Magic card reference, yes).

 

good start to a list though.  Could definitely use a couple of tweaks, but you definitely put some time into it.

 

cheers,

 

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Ranger + Wizard = Arcane Archer?

Druid + Wizard = Elementarist?

 

But ranger is not necessary an archer?

 

Hmmm maybe Spellslinger? Arcane Sniper? Arcane Shooter?

 

 

 

Obviously one of these names needs to be "Stormcaller"   ;o

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Barbarian/Chanter - Howler
 
Barbarian/Druid -  Skinwalker
 
Barbarian/Fighter - Hordebreaker
 
Barbarian/Paladin - Warlord
 
Barbarian/Rogue - Marauder
 
Chanter/Priest - Liturgist (I think Hierophant's actually a better fit for this combination where the etymology of the term is concerned - showing/revealing what is holy seems a close match for the concept of a priest who also brings stories to life, after all - but I've already seen it here in various capacities)
 
Cipher/Monk - Transcendentalist
 
Cipher/Priest - Gnostic, Mystic

Fighter/Paladin - Vanguard
 
Fighter/Rogue - Slayer
 
Priest/Wizard - Ritualist, Sage

 

Ranger/Rogue - Prowler

 

 

I like these..

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