I would be a mix between mage and rogue.
Sorry, but I am really just about as sneaky as I am intelligent academically.
some sort of defender probably a palladin seing as i am religous and i dont really like to fight but if i have to i would defend the weakest in the group.
I couldn't possibly be a warrior so I'd probably be a mage. Although I hate studying so I'd probably be more like a Sorcerer from D'n'D. I learn my magic by playing with it and blowing shit up.
The class I'd like to be? A rogue, preferably an acrobat.
The class I'm best suited for? Bard. Definitely bard.
Did a DnD what should you play thing once (It was very thorough) and it told me I'd be a Sorcerer, I can't complain although I weep for the distinct lack of monocle my class brings
Today... today I feel like some kind of necromancer. They get to be all emo, right?
But srsly, just something with magic. Sorceror or wizard if we talk D&D classes. I'm smart but not very studious, so I'm not sure which.
Oh and I'd be suited for either of those I think. Wizard more I think. While I'm not very studious I do think the promise of power would give me sufficient motivation to study and once doing so I think I'd be quite capable. I'm smart enough for it I think.
For sorcerors in D&D you need charisma, which the SRD states is:
Charisma measures a character's force of personality, persuasiveness, personal magnetism, ability to lead, and physical attractiveness. This ability represents actual strength of personality, not merely how one is perceived by others in a social setting.
While I'd say my force of personality is strong, I'm not so sure about my persuasiveness or personal magnetism. My ability to lead is probably not so great, and for physical attractiveness, I'm meh.
I'd probably prefer sorceror though since I'm lazy and having power come naturally to me like that is appealing.
I'd definitely be a mage. Probably some sort of alchemist. I'm already studying to be a Chemist so I think it'd be a good fit. Plus I'd get to hang back and support my teammates instead of being on the front lines. Sounds good to me.
Which class would you want to be?
Which class would you be best suited for?
Out of the three choices you've given? Rogue. I wouldn't be very sneaky but I'm agile and have excellent finess with a blade. I'd swash the buckle of any fiend who dared to cross my path!
By D&D standards? Probably a ranger. I'm an excellent outdoors man with good orientation and survival skills. While I'm not exactly sneaky, I can utilize a natural environment to hide much better than an urban one. I'm not the best tracker either, but that's what level-ups are for. While not a great runner, I can walk for miles without tiring and can sprint a mean distance if I have to, so jogging would be the only thing to work on. Lastly, I'm a decent shot with a bow and those fencing tactics with my blades make me a decent dual-wielder.
By video game (I.E. Final Fantasy) standards? Red Mage. I have the type of personality where I don't learn one thing super well, but rather I tend to be a jack-of-all-trades. I wouldn't be dedicated enough to learn high level spells or stick to one school of magic, but I could certainly learn a couple tricks to help me out of a pinch. My fencing skills again come into play as Red Mages usually prefer lighter blades and finess based combat with a buckler shield or magic bracers. In the end, though, it's all about that gorgeous cape and that snazzy fedora combo that'll just keep the ladies coming back for more. ;)
Actually, from my understanding, a Lawful Good character has to fallow the law established by the land or the religion and cannot deviate from it, no matter what (Although, I could truly be wrong). For example, if, say, the beggar stole a loaf and the punishment for that would be to have his hand cut off, the Paladin might not necessarily do it himself, but he would take him to the proper authorities to do so...
True Good characters fallow what they believe is good (From what I know). Therefor, A True Good Character, realizing the Beggar is probably dying of starvation and that his thievery is a sign of how desperate he is, would simply let him off because it's one loaf of bread.
A paladin from 3rd Ed D&D is Lawful Good, not Lawful Stupid.
Lawful means you believe that the world works by some sort of natural order and that people should follow this. Telling the truth, obeying laws that are fair and just and a need for structure and goals are all traits a Lawful character may possess. Lawful characters also realize that the needs of the many out-weigh the few and will often be martyrs by sacrificing their own personal comfort for the well being of the party or affiliation their apart of.
Good means you believe in what is proper. Altruism, a strong respect for life and well being and respecting the dignity of others are all traits of a good character. Good characters will often make personal sacrifices to help others -- within reason.
So a Lawful Good paladin who meets a thief on the street of a town where the law dictates that his hand be cut-off would come to a moral dilemma of sorts. Does he obey the law and turn the man in only to be wrongly done by his government, does he let the man go to keep his dignity and well being but further the acceptance of hurting others to gain what you need, or does the paladin find a middle ground? In this case, I would say the paladin would probably be smart enough to catch the thief, sit him down for a good talking about what he's done and why it's wrong no matter what situation he's in, go back to the merchant and get the thief to apologize, ensure the thief will offer compensation for his misdeeds either by working for the merchant or community service and then pay for a good meal for the thief and point him in the direction of the nearest church to help get him fed, clothed and back on the path to being a proper citizen.
Using 3.5 ed rules, I'm best suited for a sorcerer or a paladin. I chose sorcerer, because I like having magic powers at my fingertips. And I'm not a huge fan of wizards, under that ruleset.
The only aplicable class for me would be ranger. Hard to say which fighting style id choose, but longbow/greatsword combo would be a possible, or twin shortswords and the longbow... longbow either way tho, plus I get a loyal companion!
Either battlemage or a paladin, because I can hold my own in up close and personal stuff, but i still want to be able to use magic. I'm pretty sure that I could manage the intellectual stuff, and I'm certain that I could manage the physical aspects.
I wouldn't really fit into any of the basic archetypes all that well. I'm currently very unfit which rules out rogue and warrior and I'm lazy which doesn't go to well with the whole "dedicate life to learning magic" thing.
If anything I would probably be a Sorcerer which is like a wizard except you use magic on natural talent rather than learning. So that works for me.
While I'm 6'2", lean, and can swing a sword, I'm a bit too lacking in the endurance department to be a straight-up Warrior or Paladin. So I'd be more dexterity oriented in my discipline, but I have absolutely no stealth skills with which to take up the scum role of a Rouge. I guess that leaves being a Ranger. Yeah, I'm suited to doing the whole sword-wielding wanderer bit.
Although I'd really like to be a wizard. Oh, yes. I could live with bending magic abilities to my will. I like to think I have the knowledge, wisdom, and willpower necessary to understand and manipulate such things. So long as I don't bump into any Lovecraftian horrors, how hard can it be?
CAPTCHA: easy as cake
Well, there we go.
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Zap what I want and get away with it, see!
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Personality-wise? Probably a mage. I'm bookish, intelligent, and occasionally sarcastic (which all the cool mages are).
I'd also want to be a mage. Preferably a battlemage/magic knight/spellsword/paladin/Red Mage/whatever you'd like to call someone who uses magic but also has melee capabilities. Because a) That's what I almost always play in RPGs and b) I've already got some bo-staff skills, and the aforementioned mage-esque personality, so I might as well put 'em to use.
Looks-wise, alas, I am the warrior. Between my curvy figure (or, as one friend calls it, my "anime boobs") and my 5'9" height, I become the chainmain-bikini-clad warrior princess. Maybe, with luck, I can graduate to the leather-armor-bikini-clad rogue, because I know a bit of archery.
Fragile speedster mixed with buffer/debuffer. I might not be very strong, but I can move! Also I love buffing/debuffing roles. I think that'd be an awesome hybrid meant for me.
Being a Mage has been equated with science and intelligence in so much fantasy, though i've always like to think that a mage would be one with an enormous spiritual sense, not faith exactly, but an incredible understanding of how the world works on a spiritual, elemental level. Rather than just being some genius who memorizes spells, a mage is someone in tune with the natural world, who, like a warrior swinging a sword, can feel the world and simply direct it at an enemy. Though I'm smart, and pretty strong, I'd be a mage rather than a warrior. I feel like it would suit me better.
I'd probably bet on me being a 2h warrior... Not really good with the books, nor with bargain or stealth
I'd definitely be a rogue, purely because I'm a superlative coward. I would be sneaking everywhere and being a master thief. xD
Warrior: not a chance, mage hmmmm tempting I reckon I could do it but when it comes to it it HAS to be rogue. I am purely by chance a very sneaky person, which is hilarious when i repeatedly sneak up on someone when I wasn't trying to :P Also, being in the shadows just ... suits me better.
So i'm gonna go all D&D in here and say Fighter, but my main choice of weapon would be a long/greatbow. I would have said Ranger since the typical Ranger is quick, agile and precise. But i'm not that big of a fan of dual wielding and would rather go sword and board. If I wanted to get really technical I would totally go for a Fighter/Wizard/Arcane Archer combo since that's always super badass :D
Also could easily be a rogue since I speak very well (I convinced my friend that he was cooking french toast wrong while I have no idea of how to make it), I'm nimble/agile, I have a quick-wit, can sneak around with ease and lots of other Rogue-like skills.
One more also, I do believe the monk to be a super badass which I would love to be
Traveling merchant rogue... YAY!!!
I'd take advantage of the travelers and take their gold for overly pricey potions, poisons and rare treasures, Never to be seen by the same adventurers again.
Alchemist, i just want to mix potions and poisons all day long. I generally do not want to fight and the few people i want dead are likely the ones that can not be killed by a run an and chop them to bits technique but rather poisoning their food or down an invisibility potion and just stab them. It has the benefit of the rouge "the best reputation is no reputation" mindset and the sorcerer's "knowledge is power" mindset.
I also do not want to be famous, as a warrior or sourer one you get to a high level of power you tend to become to well know for my taste and have pathetic fanboys.
Me an by brother have acutely done this for my whole family. My dad is a fairly idiotic warrior and wanna be dumb paladin due to being rather dense and WAY to fucking conservative. My mom by mom is a priestess or more specifically a mystic theurge being highly religious and intellectual but far more kind than my father while still highly religious. and my brother is the well rounded monk.
We have done this for around 17 other people, if we wanted to we could make a rather epic tale.
Well, I'd probably be a Wizard.
Let's face it, I don't work out much (yeah, we'll go with that), and sprinting around carrying heavy armor and swords and stuff doesn't sound like my idea of fun. So not a Warrior.
I'm about as agile as a cat with one leg, and I'd probably cut my own stupid self if you gave me a knife. So not a Rogue or Thief.
I'm no good at tracking or hunting. Also I hate camping. So not a Ranger.
Give me my staff, my books, and my potions and I'm good to go. I mean, I suck at studying, but if you tell me I can learn how to cast fireballs and blow shit up, I'd lock myself in my room and read books until my brain explodes!
Totally would love to be a wizard/mage person because I love to be a caster in RPGs and love shooting magic and burning/freezing/frying my enemies up. I am 5'11 and like 103 pounds so being anything related to warrior/barbarian would be out of the question but I am agile (at least I think I am) so a rogue could be a possibility or possibly a mixture between a rogue like picking locks and whatnot and using spells to pew pew whatever gets in my lawful good way.
Healer. The spells are easy to remember and people always seem to be needing one. Also, while a small dagger to the leg may not kill you, it would hurt like crazy unless you could magically fix it ... for a price.
-I am the Shopkeeper *sigh*-
It depends what shop you run. Don't be an armourer, or you'll be bankrupt from all the adventurers selling you shitty maces and shields and things. If you run whatever it is that sells potions though, you will be rolling in it without ever having to put your life in danger.
Well yes but inventory management isn't really exiting, or is it?
Please, its hard enough containing my erection without you bringing up the term "inventory management". I'd be a merchant all the way.
Out of the big 3, definitely rogue/ranger. I'm not very physically imposing, but I'm agile and dextrous.
If I could be anything I'd go for the jack-of-all-trades 'Link' approach.
A mage. Despite the raw intelligence I possess, I hate to study, so a more D&D style sorcerer would be apt. I may also be a chemist or alchemist or something, because I like making things out of other things. The thing is, there is no way that I could possibly be a warrior- or rogue-type class because of my lack of physical ability.
Actually, being a Red Mage-style hybrid class would be cool. Majoring in black magic with a lesser focus on white magic and swords would allow for tons of magical versatility, as well as the cool factor of a sword. Now, imagine that sword is a katana and I have two of them. And a cape. And two handguns. Also, a hat. My God, I think I just came up with the most badass class ever.
Probably a healer. If you think about it, any class would be quite gruesome in real life (the killing part.) Maybe a water mage, or if we can do guns, some sort of gun mage. For some reason, killing things with guns doesn't sound as bad as chopping their heads off or burning them alive.
Honestly, I don't know. I prefer the direct approach to problems, but I'm not particularly bulky, which essentially screws the core trinity as it were. Probably some kind of magical knight who sneaks around, what can I say I don't have an easily definable persona or set of skills. If I got to choose, probably a warrior.
warrior well because i have all the gear for it. now before anyone goes and says im a larper or what i have wont work in real combat, my items are family heirlooms from germany. they consist of 2 war axes,a sheild and some chain and jerkin, and yes i have worn all this..........dont judge me.
What I would want to be: Bard/diplomat/royal spy, I'd be going around collecting information for whoever the hell I serve, but would still be able to put up a decent fight
What I would really be: Dead
Ranger most likely.
I know a little bit about basic tracking (Not perfect or a scout by any stretch..but i'm not hopeless) and i at-least know how to read a map.
I get along pretty decently with most animals.
I'm pretty quick although I'm not really all that strong physically.
I have very steady hands, and i have used a bow and thrown weapons before. Know a bit about basic sword fighting too.
I'm rather sneaky. Granted that's mostly a rogue skill, but for Rangers it helps.
I have a smart-ass and snarky personality: A given requirement for any ranger.
So yeah. Probably a ranger.