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11-26-2011 @ 10:50AM
My GM once gave us tier sets in a D&D game. I was playing an interesting knight/crusader that was intended to tank despite being in a 3.5 game, so my set gave me additional survivability, raised the success rate of my taunt ability, and gave me a bonus to hit after I took damage. It was fun.It actually hasn't worked the other way. None of my D&D characters directly fit into a wow setting, although my warrior is loosely based on that knight. I'd actually love to play my DK in a tabletop game, but I don't like the pseudo-blackguard implementation of the official d20 game and my group doesn't like lawful good death knights. (Although in D&D rules he would probably be LN aspiring to be good; he still has to torment and kill someone every so often, as good as he attempts to be otherwise.)
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