Being the sort of person who never settles on a character I have already begun working on a second party before finishing my first game. A few questions have come to my mind.
When it comes to dual classing am I limited to what multi-classes are allowed? I want to dual class my thief as soon as her skills get high enough in trap and lockpick (Something else I should probably figure out) but unsure as to what. A voice in my head shouts druid but I'm unsure if druid can be dualed with thief. Currently my party has: Mage/Cleric multi-class (Mage being turned to necromancer via the magic of cheatery), fighter (pure class), Paladin (Undead Hunter), Thief(Assassin, fully focused on stealth. My first combat thief), and bard (He has a crossbow and sings. Thats about it). If I can't go druid, any recommendations? Perhaps cleric, to balance out the lack of pure cleric, though I'd need to find some RP excuse for that whereas finding one for becoming a fighter (She decided she likes smacking things) is easier. I could also turn a kit on with her and give Kensai a try.
My pure class fighter is going to use a longbow and longsword only, for reasons of style and I've never done it before. My question is, is single weapon prof something that can be done on a fighter or am I deluding myself and should grab a shield? I've heard there are ways to make it better, including mods and rumors of increasing its prof in dalekeeper to make it better (Likely I'd have him drop longbow prof if this is true and just level up longsword and single weapon prof)
And third question. Since this would be a second playthrough, any mods I should try out? Including interesting kits and the like.