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Urban Ranger (Approved)


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orsal

LEW Judge
Looking through the list of differences between the Urban Ranger and the standard Ranger, I think this one gives up no less than it gains, probably a little more (although what it gains is, flavourwise, quite nice). So, I have no balance concerns here. I vote Yes.
 



Bront

The man with the probe
YES

It's a nice variant.

Is Urban Tracking allready approved? if not, it needs to be, but I'll YES that as well.
 

B4cchus

First Post
Needless but still nice: another Yes.
I think the urban ranger well balanced (maybe even slightly underppowered compared to a regular one) and more important: a great addition in terms of favour.
For the record, I also vote Yes for the urban tracking feat.
 

BigB

First Post
How do Ranger/Urban Ranger class levels interact in a multiclass character? Do they stack for caster level or anything else? Spell lists are different so maybe not.
 

Trouvere

First Post
One is a variant of the other, so I don't believe you can multiclass Ranger/Urban Ranger, just as you can't combine Cleric and Cloistered Cleric.
 

Bront

The man with the probe
Trouvere said:
One is a variant of the other, so I don't believe you can multiclass Ranger/Urban Ranger, just as you can't combine Cleric and Cloistered Cleric.
That is correct.
 

Trouvere

First Post
Oh good. I find myself amused by the thought of two distinct types of ranger. One can find anyone in a city, but step through the gate and oh gods no there are trees everywhere, while the other one can track anyone over a baked earth plain but oh gods the tall buildings it's too scary.

For the ultimate tracker, you could choose whichever Ranger version catches your fancy, then use a regular feat slot for the other tracking feat, and buy one of Survival or Gather Information cross-class. Maybe pick up Lesser Scent in place of the animal companion at 4th, too. Whee.
 


Bront

The man with the probe
Knight Otu said:
While UA doesn't quite agree, I would say that "no variant multiclassing" is the best possible ruling. If a variant and its base class really, really should allow multiclassing with each other, that could be a proposal.
I'd rather rule no unless specificly cleared. It's safer.
 


Bront

The man with the probe
orsal said:
Since that is in opposition to the RAW, it should be a proposal.
Not realy, that's a "recomendation". RAW is you can't take the same class twice, and variant of that class is still that class.
 



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