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Complete Warrior (Dungeons & Dragons v.3.5)

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Forge your name in battle

The "Complete Warrior" provides you with an in-depth look at combat and provides detailed information on how to prepare a character for confrontation.

This title was not only compiled from various D&D sources, but contains new things as well, including new battle-oriented character classes, prestige classes, combat maneuvers, feats, spells, magi
Hardcover, 159 pages
Published December 1st 2003 by Wizards of the Coast (first published November 3rd 2003)
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Definitely an improvement over Sword and Fist, but unfortunately it's not without its own misses.

Complete Warrior aims to expand on what it is to be one of the warrior classes in D&D, with the term "warrior" being loosely defined to include monk and a bit of rogue. It introduces the hexblade, the samurai, and the swashbuckler as new core classes. I've always felt that the latter two don't deserve to be a core classes because they're mostly flavour, but that's just me. The hexblade I've heard
Most of this book I didn't find too useful. It's hard to find new classes beyond the player's handbook ones that are both interesting and well balanced. This book gives a couple that are and many, many that aren't. The couple that are along with some useful feats makes the book worth getting.
Abraham Ray
interestin 3.5 dnd read.
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