Looks quite good, and about how I expected the shaman's implementation to be. Can't wait to get to testing them out and see how they hold up.
That is what I am talking about guys.
You really do everything right and combine at best old school and contemporary ideas and ideals.
Still, I like the idea of being able to chose my primary weapon without wasting a skillpoint. Going spear with a Barbarian would basically make the fist point in Mace completely useless.
Though I concur with someone else that water is an interesting GM choice for shaman over fire. I'd think fire would make more sense lore-wise, seeing as the orcs are related to demons, but I'm guessing they went with this since GM fire would probably end up on the dwarf magic class.
I'll be surprised if many get that reference.
But something I do not get is those different faces, I know I have wrote it to you before. These faces are way to similiar. When hurt, why not make the earring half, half an ear maybe, hair torn apart. Its like when Jason Priestly in Beverly hills wakes up from a nights sleep and the hair looks perfect.
But good work nevertheless :)
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