SpotlightOnTheFighter: Giving some love to the simplest class of all
I’m back in the world of creating virtual minis, and it’s time for the Fighter class to get some love. As I’ve said before, it’s the simplest, most direct class in D&D, and that’s a part of it’s charm. Let’s face it, you always know where you are with a Fighter – and that’s usually at the end of their sharp pointy thing.
This guy is pure archetype; sword, shield and chainmail define this fella as a 100% Fighter type; after all, Real Fighters Don’t Multi-class. He’s a close-combat monkey who’s got no time for complicated things like skills or ranged attacks. In other words – great fun to play if you want serious old-school combat-intensive action.
And who doesn’t?