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  • TheMalfeasantBladesman
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    It’s been over a year since Path of War Expanded was released, and there is a great deal of content in this book regarding archetypes and content for pathfinder’s existing classes. However, there are still plenty of things left unmentioned in there.

    At present, the non-full-casting classes which have not yet been given martial discipline support are Cavalier, Gunslinger, Magus, Bloodrager, Hunter, Skald, Slayer, Swashbuckler, Occultist, Medium, Mesmerist, and Spiritualist. I envision that most if not all of these could have interesting martial support options, but I’m wondering if we’ll ever get support for these classes. Could I get an answer on this?

    Jade Ripley
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    It’s been over a year since Path of War Expanded was released, and there is a great deal of content in this book regarding archetypes and content for pathfinder’s existing classes. However, there are still plenty of things left unmentioned in there.

    At present, the non-full-casting classes which have not yet been given martial discipline support are Cavalier, Gunslinger, Magus, Bloodrager, Hunter, Skald, Slayer, Swashbuckler, Occultist, Medium, Mesmerist, and Spiritualist. I envision that most if not all of these could have interesting martial support options, but I’m wondering if we’ll ever get support for these classes. Could I get an answer on this?

    Magus isn’t going to happen. We tried, at length, and it’s just not gonna be a thing. Bloodrager is also unlikely to happen, and much the same can be said for Spiritualist, Mesmerist, and Skald; for the last three, this is a case of them being rather firmly spellcasters, with chassis that neither encourage initiating nor particularly play well with it.

    As for the others, the answers range from “maybe” to “when we get to it”.

    Tevolria
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    I’d also add unchained monk to the list of things I’d love to see an archetype for; the introduction of style strikes that unchained monk has could be an very interesting concept to play on with initiating.

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