Oh, and how do you feel about Leadership (follower right off wouldn't make much sense - maybe to be acquired - but a cohort, maybe?)

Cityscape is fine- Minds Eye is no.

And Leadership can go jump off a bridge. *laughs* Sorry, but a player getting two characters isn't my idea of what DnD's supposed to be about. Purely my view on it!

TwoPi- sure

*if* (please, please, pretty please, I've wanted to try a binder out for years) you pick Charm, I'd really like a subthread to do my bindings in. Technically, each of those should be negotiations/arguments that should take a few paragraphs, but I don't want to bring the narrative to a screeching halt when I indulge. That'll give me a place to write without throwing things out of whack.

I also think that binders and Planescape go together like caramel and sea salt - one classic ingredient, one fancy new one, but they complement each other beautifully. (I really, really want to play. Please?)

FAQ seems like a bit of a misnomer since most of these questions will only be asked once. Here's one I already asked and didn't get an answer for though. Can anyone recommend a good class for a non-lawful unarmed combat specialist? I only have the CRBs and Book of Exalted Deeds (And Forgotten Realms, but I don't see that being too helpful) so I'm not sure what to do with that. I suppose I could just play a monk but I rather not be lawful, and it'd be cool to use one of those fancy supplemental classes with their usual overpoweredness.

...well, let's tighten up the concept and see if we can get closer in. What sort of unarmed combat? Wrestler? Boxer? Leapin, battlin Bruce Lee ninja? Unarmed swordsage is the favorite answer, and it does work well; psychic warrior gets you near the right place too, but I think psionics are a no-no.

Dire Lint: I got the ok to use the Unarmed version of the Sword Sage from Tome of Battle

Psionics are in the game.


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