No proficiency for waraxe (dwarven) for dwarfish clerics

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Source: Pathfinder RPG for Players - Advanced,

New character, dwarf, cleric. Waraxe (Dwarven) is non-proficient weapon.
Also in pfcr_equip_weapons_melee.lst waraxe (dwarven) is "WIELD:TwoHanded".

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Andrew Maitland
October 16, 2012, 7:57 AM

No worries. Welcome to Pathfinder, you'll find we have a great selection. If you are eager to find real issues, feel free to test out either the Ultimate Combat or Ultimate Magic source books.

Cheers,

Andrzej Pokrywko
October 16, 2012, 8:03 AM

Shame on me, I've found pcgen week ago. and it's GREAT. Will test both source books because my players are real munchkins. I've tryied to review Qadira, Gateway to the East () because one of my players is thinking about Suli race and it looks Suli is defined somehow different than in Bestiary 3. Don't know if it's bug in source or discrepancy between Qadira... and Bestiary 3. I just don't have Qadira book.

Andrew Maitland
October 16, 2012, 8:15 AM

Open a new tracker if you think you found an issue. (Detailed reports are acted upon faster than vague - list the sources), also Pathfinder selection is PATHFINDER, not Pathfinder (Beta) that isn't in our releases.

Stefan Radermacher
October 16, 2012, 8:20 AM

Andrzej, I think the Qadira book was one of the last books Paizo still produced under the 3.5e rule set, although with their eye already set on the then new Pathfinder RPG rules. If the suli as presented in Bestiary 3 or, even newer, in the Advanced Race Guide, is different from the presentation in the Qadira book, I would strongly advise to use the newer version, as it is quite possible some rules or balance issues might have been fixed.

Regarding munchkins, the suli is indeed a nice choice for paladins, with its Strength and Charisma bonuses. Considering the fact that it also gains multiple elemental resistances and a nice additional elemental attack, I, personally, would say that it is badly balanced against the core races.

Andrzej Pokrywko
October 16, 2012, 8:27 AM

Bestiary 3 made it more balanced. Still quite powerfull, but:
STR+2, CHA+2, INT-2
Negotiator: +2 Diplomacy, +2 Sense Motive
Elemental resistances: 5 (acid/cold,electricity, fire)
Elemental Assault: +1d6 of chosen element damage for held weapon or hands and elbows for 1 round per level.
Low-light vision
It makes it great for monks as my munchkin does.

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Andrew Maitland

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Andrzej Pokrywko

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