Edgewright Nothing like a personal touch.
An Edgewright is an artificer who eschews backseat crafting in favor of smashing faces in with tools made by his or her own hands.BECOMING AN EDGEWRIGHT
Be an Artificer. Craft some weapons. Beat some faces. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
: Craft Magic Arms and Armor
: Attune Magic Weapon
: Craft (Weaponsmithing) 9 ranks
: Must have defeated an equal CR creature in solo combat while wielding a personally crafted weapon.Class Skills
The Edgewright's class skills (and the key ability for each skill) are...As ArtificerSkills Points at Each Level
: As ArtificerHit Dice
Weapon and Armor Proficiencies
: An Edgewright is automatically proficient in any weapon that he has personally crafted or infused (until the infusion wears off).Superior Attunement (Ex):
Increase the insight bonus gained by the Attune Magic Weapon feat by 1 per 2 Edgewright Levels. This only applies to weapons you have personally crafted.Infusions:
The Edgewright casts infusions as an Artificer of his Edgewright level + His Artificer level, but he may only gain new infusions that specifically target weapons. This ability does not prevent the Edgewright from casting previously learned infusions.Item Creation (Ex):
The path of the Edgewright demands complete dedication. For purposes of meeting item prerequisites and craft reserve, an Edgewright counts as an artificer of his Edgewright Level + His Artificer level. However, this is limited to the creation of Weapons.Armor Attunement(Ex):
All class features that apply to weapons also apply to armor and shields. Attuned armor and shield gains an insight bonus to AC instead of attack and damage. If the armor or shield is also a weapon only one mode may be chosen to receive the bonus.Battle Infusion (Ex):
Infusions you cast on weapons or armor have their cast time reduced to a swift action.
Arz brought this up in the "1001 Homebrew Ideas to Flesh Out Sometime" thread, so I thought I'd throw down PrC for it and start poking around. Right now it LOOKS barebones, but that's because the class abilities scale with Edgewright level.
Better than an Artificer:
Static +Attack/AC equal to class level, Battle Blessing (for infusions!), Free Proficiencies.
Worse than Artificer:
Does not progress crafting for non-weapons/armor.
Does not get access to high level artificer abilities.
Limited Infusion list
Loses metamagic spell completion
Loses skill mastery