Human Priest. Elven Warrior. Dwarven Wizard. Human Wizard. Elven Priest. Dwarven Fighter. Human Warrior. Elven Wizard. Dwarven Priest. As you all know [because you pay SUPER close attention to every idle comment I make on the forums], in the first month of CH gameplay, I ran three parties through the campaign. Well, following that, I made parties based around the 3x racial requirements: (Elven Wizardx2, Dwarven Warriorx2, Human Priestx2- though I forget the precise combinations I used.) Well, geeze. Now I had one of each type, plus all I needed for Quests. What was I to do? Well, obviously, proceed with getting 3x of every OTHER combination. SO. My very most recent party (Dwarf Priest, Human Warriorx2) is actually a bit special [and not just for the lack of tree-huggers]. See.. I'm not using power tokens, at all. At first, it started as a way to run Loot Fairy with less effort of swap-ins/swap-outs/saveslots. After all, my last few parties almost entirely leveled from loot fairy hits, or searches, so keeping in mind my current playstyle, this seemed 'easiest'. Well, no, not exactly. As I proceeded through the campaign, it definitely became more challenging to maintain a no-tokens approach, starting to demand strong tactics [and luck] around the level 13 quests. And I loved it. It's the most fun I've had with the campaign since that first month. For those of you looking for a bit of a pick-up in your play [and who haven't already tried this/don't dislike playing PvE], I highly suggest you try it. Of course, you could increase the challenge further and use all elven non-vampires, non-maneuverability builds; But that might be a bit too extreme of a challenge.