Psychic Warrior

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In 3.5, psychic warriors were people who thought that it was cool to zap people with mind powers, but it would also be nice to be able to cut people in half with a sword. The resulting class was the psychic warrior, a half-fighter, half-psion that focused on self-buffs and boosting his own power through the roof so he could murder faster than everyone else. It worked surprisingly well, given that psionics have no physical components and therefore can be manifested in armor. However, he still couldn't buff himself like a CoDzilla could and he didn't get any of the really cool psionic powers (like the one that let you make someone want to kill themselves or the one that let you literally melt someone's face). They're not a bad class, still better than the Fighter (though in 3.5, what wasn't better than the fighter.)

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