How evil can you be?
Simple. Ralph, The Godfather of DnD in Miami,'s character is two dimenional and not all that tough to take down. Yes he has Arcane Warrior powers which prove to be a nusience however his character is dependent on his ability to engage a player in one-on-one "melee" attacks. As a Wizard of 8th level, and a Thrall of the Egg of Coot, I could singlehandedly take down Ralph, The Godfather of DnD in Miami,'s character with little or no exertion from my character.
The reason I can make this claim and make it boldly and without malice is the simple fact that I am right. No where in Ralph, The Godfather of DnD in Miami,'s build does he account for arial attacks or no save spells (sorry Ralph, The Godfather of DnD in Miami,, it's the truth).
Second his character is based around the melee concept of fighting and for an Arcane Warrior that is a serious flaw in the design. If you can defend yourself against fliers and other arial attacks then you are going to die quickly and without doing much to your opponent.
Third, Ralph, The Godfather of DnD in Miami, claims to have many awesome items at his disposal, however they are limited to mainly melee and armor items that do not help his overall ability to deal with other compromising situations in combat.
There are several spells that would seriously encumber Ralph, The Godfather of DnD in Miami,'s Arcane Warrior and prevent him for effectively carrying out his tasks. Also the fact that he seems to have strong support from NPCs is his only bright spot. They have covered for him from time to time and prevented other players from laying the final blow.
Charlie Watkins gave me a message that said, "If Ralph, The Godfather of DnD in Miami, drops his guard or looks really beat up I'm going to stab him in the back and kill him"
I laughed so hard when I read that note to the GM.
The simple fact is Ralph, The Godfather of DnD in Miami, is an impressive fighter, but I shudder to think what would happen if he went up against Ramon or Nice or Myself in combat. My spell-list alone would be enough to do him in not to mention my restricted spell list.
Point being, Ralph, The Godfather of DnD in Miami,'s character is strong, not indestructible, besides, if you really want to mess with him tell him you are casting a beneficial spell. Then let him spellcraft it. Keep him paranoid to the end like Mr. Guillen.
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