The first switch hitter slayer guide shows you how to build a Human, Dwarf, or Half-Orc version optimally. It also shows you the one archetype that you could substitute in place of the standard slayer. So, you are shown how to build three different standard racial builds and three different archetype racial builds optimally. That is six builds.
Similarly, the second build shows you how to make three different racial builds optimally. That is 3 total builds.
Finally, the third build can only be played optimally with the Tengu race and cannot substitute in any archetypes optimally. So there is only one build possible.
The advantages and disadvantages of playing the different races and archetypes are explained. The different feat progressions are explained. The different suggested starting stats and racial traits are explained. As a result you are allowed to choose from a selection of races and archetypes to pick the advantages and style most suitable to you without losing optimization.
On your Slayer Switch Hitter III Build, how are you able to get Dragon Style at level 1? The unchained monk bonus feat only allows you to choose from the following: Catch Off-Guard, Combat Reflexes, Deflect Arrows, Dodge, Improved Grapple, Scorpion Style, and Throw Anything.
I’m possessed with your meele builds, they just lovely and fabulous. Thanks for your effort
But the question is: New version barbarian was deleted all archetypes……no more urban barbarian.And no more stats increased rage. How about the adjustment of all barbarian optimized builds? Thanks.
Read my critique of the Unchained Barbarian. I do not think it is better than the regular barbarian. Accordingly, I would not play an unchained barbarian. Play the old version. Unlike the rogue and the monk, which were truly unchained, the Barbarian was chained.
Nothing, as of yet, says that you have to play the unchained version.
I finally bought the Investigator Build Guide. The rapier investigator build is amazing, but a question: other builds’ first class is Mutation Warrior, but PFSD and WIKI said only LV3 Mutation Warrior can get the Mutagen.
I will fix the investigator link. Also, it looks like Paizo nerfed the Mutation Warrior as originally written. Other than taking the mutation ability away, the build should still function fine. I will update the investigator guide shortly and send it out to all who have purchased the PDF.
as you mentioned the mutation warrior has been changed. but that has not been reflected in the bard PDFs. perhaps i can get my gm to change his mind though. would also be nice to see a color coded key for were what comes from.
ps keep up the great work! would love to see a dragonrider build from rouge genius games (you know if you could help a guy out)
How about the Gunslinger archetype Bolt Ace build？It seems has longest range and damages a lot. Your advices will helps me a lot, thanks.
Sorry, I did not keep a copy. I looked. Short of remaking it, I can’t be of help right now. Should I come across the original build I will pass it along to you.
Thanks for the compliments and purchase.
The investigator pdf has a gun user.
Steelhound build needs warrior mutagen, but it was nerfed by Paizo……..
My fault, Investgator LV6……..But handgun‘s range it’s too close, any ranged firearms build advice？Thanks
I am finishing a Druid PDF currently. After that I will work on a gunslinger PDF.
It was nerfed, but the build does not need the mutagen at level one to function effectively. Simply first level figther is enough for the build to run optimally under the current rule post nerf.
Could you do a quick update on the bard archer? i have no idea what the class you multiclassed the arcane duelist with.
The F1) once you get to the feats and abilities means that you take fighter at first level. I will eventually update the PDF to make this more clear.
Thank you for your comments.
Hello I was wondering the first shaman build you listened spells from the cleric list when they are not accessible by shamans, what would you replaced them by?
Humans, Half Humans, and Aasimar (Scion of Humanity) can select a Cleric Spell to add to there list of spells at each level instead of adding a hitpoint or skill point as their favorite class bonus.