Multiclassing[edit source]

What's still missing here: When multiclassing druid and ranger, how is the level of the companion determined? As far as I know, companion levels are not added together. Same problem with a wizard/sorcerer's familiar. -- Olivenmann 00:58, 9 Sep 2005 (PDT)

  • If you take Druid as your first class that companion will be the one that is automatic placed into your quickslot, unless you change it though the R menu. If you start with Ranger and go though to level 6 which is when the Ranger get a companion, you still have to use the R menu to the companion into the quickslot (as it want be add automatic). Each aminal compaion for each class is in their different class menus, it up to the player to switch/place with one they want. -- Pstarky 03:28, 9 Sep 2005 (PDT)
  • Does that mean when one companion dies, you can call the other one? I always thought they were identical. -- Olivenmann 03:49, 9 Sep 2005 (PDT)
  • Don't have the game on this computer to try, but that is from my understanding. Each class get their own companion. -- Pstarky 03:53, 9 Sep 2005 (PDT)

CEP & AI[edit source]

Since upgrading to the CEP 2.0, the animal companions dont seem to join combat anymore - just run away scared, frustrating! Has the AI weighting been changed to make them less agressive, or is there some influencing property (charisma? wisdom? alignment?) that adjusts the obedience level (attck, guard, follow)? --

  • I have not seen this behavior with CEP 2.0. Are you playing the OC or are you on another module, perhaps a Persistent World? Bromium 07:30, 15 August 2007 (PDT)
  • CEP 2.0 does not change the AI of animal companions. Sounds like someone also installed an AI override (or possibly one was included in the module you're playing). You probably just have to talk to your companion and tell them that you no longer care for their safety and want them to fight to the death. --The Krit 23:05, 15 August 2007 (PDT)

Ranger animal companion levels[edit source]

How does is the level of the animal companion determened for Rangers? -- 06:50, 13 November 2011

  • The same way it is determined for druids -- most animal companions have their level equal to the character's ranger level, but wolves are one level higher (until maxing out at level 40). --The Krit 17:45, November 13, 2011 (UTC)
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