Why play the Cleric?

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  1. Symatt says:

    A cleric if used like you describe can be played with depth. A Played a Frier Monk ( took) which was fun but yet they arw used bybother players as the combat medic. This for some who like the cleric is no the way they want their characters to be remembered. Give them a great personal influence in the games not just to keep the fighters fighting.

  2. Brian Byars says:

    I’m a Neutral Good Human Cleric (6th Level)
    Str 10, Dex 10, Con 12, Int 14, Wis 13, Cha 16.
    According to this: http://www.easydamus.com/character.html

  3. Alex says:

    Turning. Clerics are fighters that cannot be effectively attacked by undead of equal or lower level.

  4. drow says:

    i’ve always enjoyed playing the cleric. they’re always the one PC none of the other PCs want to piss off.

  5. BeefGriller says:

    In 3.x D&D, of all the classes, clerics have the greatest potential for customization and versatility thanks to Domains. To a lesser extent, the same can be said of 2e clerics with Spheres. I’ve never *reluctantly* played the cleric – it has always been one of my favorite classes!

    • +1 Sword says:

      This. In a world with a pantheon of gods, the cleric is the class that comes with the most customization right out of the box. The only thing that generally keeps me from playing a Cleric is that I don’t care for prepared casters but that’s why the Oracle in Pathfinder is perhaps my favorite class.

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