Talk:Dark Knight (3.5e Class)

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RatedNeutral.png ThunderGod Cid is neutral on this article and rated it 2 of 4.
The premise of self-sacrifice for damage is intriguing, but the laundry list of attained immunities as class features removes a lot of possibilities for counterplay, especially when this guy's default action will probably be to nova everyone in a big radius around him. That said, it also has a wonky interaction with being undead, since the negative energy will heal such creatures. Could I theoretically be an undead death knight and constantly unleash AoE damage while healing myself for the damage dealt. Based on my reading I don't believe that would be the case since the damage dealt to the death knight seems separate and I am giving the benefit of the doubt, but I feel as though it's not too big of a stretch to imagine it interpreted other wise.


The text looks copied from another wiki, because it doesn't really follow the preload. In order to get the proper formatting, you really need to copy/paste the old text into the new preload. Surgo 18:07, August 20, 2010 (UTC)

I really don't know what that means. I tried to rewrite everything to mimic with what's on other people's class pages. Psychowarrior 00:51, September 28, 2010 (UTC)
You should access the preload by going to make a new class and then copying the formatting text without saving it. You can basically do the same thing by taking the formatted text off of someone else's class; again, just don't save any changes. - TG Cid 01:34, September 28, 2010 (UTC)
Gotcha. I'll get on this in a day or two. thanks for the help. :3 Psychowarrior 03:48, September 28, 2010 (UTC)
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