SaruNi Posted October 6, 2017 Share Posted October 6, 2017 (edited) Also, like the Wizard subclasses, the Trickster and Priest of X subclasses will hopefully have an additional bonus relevant to the concept. Priest of Skaen / Rogue multiclass might seem redundant too, but can get more overall Rogue abilities than any other combination. Though getting access to higher level abilities later will probably limit their abilities within a single Rogue tree (so a pure Rogue would be able to have more abilities in say the shadowing beyond tree, but at the expense of other Rogue abilities). And these "redundant" multiclass combinations also let you get around the new restriction on specializing in one of the classes at the expense of the other---you're essentially no longer forced to split the 2 points between the two classes, so you can be a Rogue/Wizard who specializes almost exclusively (or even exclusively) in Wizard, or a Priest/Wizard, Priest/Rogue, or Priest/Druid who specializes in the Wizard or Rogue or Druid part. So it's a bit like getting 2 levels in Rogue and then switching to Wizard, except you can also get higher level Rogue abilities if you like (though limited by ability tree prerequisites, and you can learn more spells overall). Edited October 6, 2017 by SaruNi Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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