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TO-DO LIST: Fix formatting, finish tail sections. Feat to improve Energistic Design Package to any of the four energy types. Feat to improve Red Zones per day (effect changes upon reaching Not Even The Sky). Feat to improve both Progressive Design Weapons (keen and increased die size respectively). Progressive Weapon Focus/Specialization et cetera. Run through Same Game Test. - Viatos 22:59, March 21, 2010 (UTC)

so this autoplate pilot class doesn't allow you to take the warforged feats like the other, right? i saw plenty of goodness in this and may have to tweak it for use in a Pathfinder campaign. --NameViolation 22:20, March 22, 2010 (UTC)
That depends. I'm not familiar with warforged feats, but if they have a requirement of construct or the living construct subtype rather then 'warforged', you could theoretically start taking them at level 20. On the other hand, by that point you're level 20. To be honest I'm not sure what good warforged feats could possibly do for you, aside from giving you a place to stick the rods you don't use because you're a martial adept without UMD. Any other theoretical improvement is likely done better with Extra Upgrade. - Viatos 22:36, March 22, 2010 (UTC)

You mention, "However, their high Intelligence focus may be attractive if they intend to focus more on the career of a Psion or Wizard then on advancing their autoplate, although arcane spellcasting carries the additional headache of spell failure chance." ...however, you do not mention the arcane spell failure chance of autoplate armor. Does it have any? If so, how much? - Aelaris 12:43, April 26, 2010 (UTC)

Good catch. It doesn't, that's a hold-over from an earlier version. Nothing stops a gish Psion/Wizard from dipping Autoplate Pilot. - Viatos 04:25, April 27, 2010 (UTC)

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