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    Survivor Named Wizards Part Deux: GIVE BIGBY A HAND!

    Obviously mordy and iggwilv are still vastly more popular to fans than most of the list though. They both made it quite far.
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    Survivor Named Wizards Part Deux: GIVE BIGBY A HAND!

    Bigby 16 Otto 2 (you know whats also irresistable otto? The march to the grave)
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    Survivor Named Wizards Part Deux: GIVE BIGBY A HAND!

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    Survivor Named Wizards Part Deux: GIVE BIGBY A HAND!

    Ooohhh Looks like my prediction that iggwylv will win is coming true. Bigby 10 Otto 8 Tasha 14 Tenser 2 Also,
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    Survivor Named Wizards Part Deux: GIVE BIGBY A HAND!

    C'mom mordy. Yah can do it
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    Fixing the polearm and taking back its seat as generally best nonprojectile weapon from the sword.

    it may be no replacement for skill but it is strictky better than a katana. Worthless piece of hardly steal scrap. Lol
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    Fixing the polearm and taking back its seat as generally best nonprojectile weapon from the sword.

    They made collapseable polearms too. Uncommon variants yes. But they exiated. Also not all poleweapons are super heavy either. Ther are also poleweapons i'd absolitely say were light weapons. Some are even specified as such in core rules. An example would be the javelin.
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    Fixing the polearm and taking back its seat as generally best nonprojectile weapon from the sword.

    Oh...uh The suggestion i made for circumstantial crits was meant for you specifically in what i assumed was a 5e context with some home brew. In a typical 3.5 game my suggestion for rolling crits and when to do so would have been completely different. Woops? I got confused due to assuming...
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    Fixing the polearm and taking back its seat as generally best nonprojectile weapon from the sword.

    Well im thinking from a 3.5 mi dset primarily where crit ranges are pretty reasonably universally present. In 5e if you are playing with only occasional crit ranges i think it would make sense for a polearm to go from no crit to crit if attacking someone who is prone though. Polearms allows...
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    5E Fighter Non-Combat Ability Brainstorm

    A brain with an overabundance of white matter and a dearth (dont know if i spelled that right) of grey is a bit adverse to learning new anything.
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    Fixing the polearm and taking back its seat as generally best nonprojectile weapon from the sword.

    I like this option. I think i would add a bonus to disarm checks for the polearms that are specialized for it too. Maybe at the cost of making those ones exotic. Only if they give the bonus to disarm check though.
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    Fixing the polearm and taking back its seat as generally best nonprojectile weapon from the sword.

    Maybe we should break non throwing martial polearms up into two groups? War (heavy with heavier damage) polearms and finesseable polearms?
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    Fixing the polearm and taking back its seat as generally best nonprojectile weapon from the sword.

    Well of course. The skill behind the weapon is necessary to exact meaningful effect. That goes for all weapons. The skill is definitely the more important part unless we are comparing point and click missile and launcher systems to a club or other extreme line up (though it needs not be that...
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    Survivor Named Wizards Part Deux: GIVE BIGBY A HAND!

    Im still voting for morty But im just saying. I couod see it happening.
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