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DaWay's Legacy of Fire - Howl of the Carrion King (Inactive)

Game Master DaWay

Having been hired by Garavel for the Merchant Princess Almahn you have reclaimed an Old Monastery to Sarenrae now you must launch the plan to reclaim Kelmarane as your contract details.


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Dreaming Warfoged's application:

Cahal ud'Din: Male Human (Keleshite) Barbarian (1) / Alchemist (0) / Pathfinder Delver (0)

Info in the profile. He'll probably take from one to four levels of Alchemist, and three levels of Delver. Also, I took the Country Folk racial subtype (Heart of the Field and Focused Study).


AdamWarnock wrote:

Katijah's stats

I'm running out of juice on my laptop, so I'll have to post the fleshed out background later, but for now, she was a pitfighter that changed hands numerous times. She's young, only 16, but she's been fighting since she was 12. After her last owner lost a massive amount of money betting against her, she was sold to pay his debts and now has an opportunity to choose her own destiny.

Personality wise, well I'm still working on it, but I do have an idea of it. She's laconic, to the point of being terse. She prefers the simple direct method of dealing with a problem, but she doesn't have any qualms about doing so with a bit of flair. She suffers from a bit of paranoia, and consequently carries an absurd number of knives on her as a back up to her scimitar and cestus. She uses a quarterstaff as a walking stick, mainly because she's always armed, even if it appears otherwise.

Her low charisma comes from her laconic ways and having most of her social interactions be related to fighting. She hasn't had a chance to learn many skills and doesn't put much stock in learning from books and scrolls, after having fought a wizard or two.

Okay that's more than I thought, but I'll have more later.

This could make some really interesting RP. High-society house slave + pit fighter = bucketloads of dramatic tension and an interesting conversation on the morality of slavery. :)

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Taldor wrote:
A stout, long haired dwarf in armor walks in. he has a scarred and pitted face and his right hand rests on a war hammer at his belt. he quietly orders a drink then sits in a corner table, lays out a map and starts putting figurines on it

oh and for the record i DID go with the foehammer dwarf/fighter only archetype. it's awesome, he'll end up being just as good at offense as most are at defense.


Tolus the Serpent Servant wrote:


This could make some really interesting RP. High-society house slave + pit fighter = bucketloads of dramatic tension and an interesting conversation on the morality of slavery. :)

Glad you think so. I was worried it was going to come off as cliche.

Changed a skill point to Sleight of Hand from Profession(Gladiator) Katijah's stats

Background:
Some people buckle and fold when under pressure. Others hold and hold until they break, mentally and physically. There are a rare few, though, that keep fighting. They push, and struggle, and trash, and kick, and bite, just to hold onto life, to defy those that try to crush them under heel. Among those, there is even a rarer breed that do not wail against their misfortune. They do not complain, they do not wallow in self pity, or scream in defiance. They simply exist.

And it's those that slavers hate the most.

So it was with a young girl, taken from her mother at the age of five. She was pretty, and may have even been beautiful when she was grown. The slavers of Katapesh sold her as a future harem girl. The house of pleasure that took her found the child to be stubborn, so they beat her and used ever more creative punishments until the madame gave up in disgust. She sold the girl, who now had no name she could remember, to a wealthy merchant looking to build a harem. He thought he could succeed in breaking the stubborn child's will. He earned a stinging slap for his trouble after an attempted object lesson in how she should behave. Fed up with her, he decided to earn at least some of the gold he had spent back and put her in the fighter pits.

The merchant bet against the girl, hoping that she would die in an at least somewhat entertaining way. The out come of the fight broke him when the slave girl he tried to have killed instead won the fight in a spectacular display. Ruined, the merchant slit his throat rather than admit he could no longer met his financial obligations. The girl went to a new master, one of the men and women who owned the many pit-fighters and gladiators in Katapesh. She won fights, but refused to slay any of the opponents she defeated, leaving them beaten, battered, and bloodied, but alive. This infuriated her new owner, so he tried to do the same as her last master, beginning her constant change of ownership as new owners tried to break her, or kill her, and failing. They couldn't kill her outright, she was too popular among the rabble, and would probably riot at the news she was attacked. It was them that finally gave her a name, Khatijah, premature child, or sword in the older dialect. Her last fight ruined her owner, unable to pay her debts, she sold everything to the Pactmasters. The mysterious figures wished to open old trade routes, so they offered Khatijah her freedom as payment for aiding that endeavor.

She didn't hesitate to accept.


Personality:
Hard as iron is a good way to describe Khatijah. She has no friends, and doesn't even remember her mother and father. Eleven years in slavery, including four years as a pit-fighter has forged a weapon that is as dangerous as any battle-hardened dervish. She isn't cruel, she's seen too much of that to want to add to it. She helps in the only ways she knows, stubborn defiance, which has helped others get past hard times as their master focused more and more on trying to break her. She speaks softly and only when she believes it necessary. Her laconic manner of speaking isn't exactly welcoming, and her experiences have caused her to become very hostile with slavers and slave-owners. She believes that one of the first things that needs to be gotten rid of for humanity to move ahead is slavery. Although she has been described as ruthless, she is actually quite merciful. Those that she has cut down, have been either too stubborn or too stupid to surrender and yield once she gained a decisive upper-hand.

Appearance:
She would have been quite beautiful if her life had taken a different course. Numerous scars, both large and small cover her body, mostly on her arms and sides. A few nasty scars from a harrowing fight against a skilled fighter almost twice her age and size stand out from the rest of the white, crisscrossing lines of scars. One crosses her belly just above the navel, another two run diagonally across her back, and a forth on her shoulder. Her hair is often bound up in a messy bun, with a few loose strands covering and framing her face. A scar runs vertically over her left eye, which is fairly shallow. Another two run across her right cheek, and a last one sits just above her right eye-brow. She wears loose, light clothing with a steel chain shirt over padding that helps keep the armor from getting too uncomfortable. She carries her scimitar in a wide sturdy sash, she also hides two daggers and a kerambit in the sash. The other two daggers are in plain sight and the second kerambit is tucked away in the back of the sash, but isn't hidden. She almost always carries a sturdy oak stave that she keeps just in case she needs a weapon in hand and can't draw one of her blades. She often wears a cestus one her left arm that she uses with her scimitar.


so far i've submitted Tiasar the conjurer and Taldor the foehammer fighter. Tiasar would be a battlefield control/utility wizard, and Taldor would be an offensive based fighter. I'm not partial to either one, so choose whichever you think the party would need more

and if it matters, Taldor is LG and Tiasar is NN


A petite woman walks in not too long after Taldor. By her looks she's a pit-fighter, a very young one at that. She doesn't look interested in conversation and looks like she might take your head if you try. She heads straight for the bar and gets the keep's attention. Her voice is just above a whisper when she orders her drink.

"Tea with honey."

Her gaze scans the room as she waits looking for a place to sit, preferably away from most of the other people in the tavern.


Tolus catches her eye with his when she glances his way and inclines his head, greeting an equal. He looks to be quite the fish out of water. Under standard issue expedition leathers, wodden shield, and shortspear are the silky hot-weather robes of a house-slave. His green skin flickers with the inconsistent light from the fire and lamps. His eyes couldn't be more steady or more captivatingly snake-like. A more contradictory and ironic image would be hard to conjure.

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JAFO - Fionnbharanel -NG Female Gnome Theologian Cleric of Sarenrae
Choon - Talos the Serpent Servant - LN Male Vishkanya Deadly Courtesan Rogue
hustonj - Mus'ad - ?? M Ifrit Arcane Duelist Bard
CampinCarl9127 - Taldor Rockheels - LG Male Dwarf Foehammer Fighter
CampinCarl9127 - Tiasar - N Male Elf Infernal Binder Wizard
Jus Me - Hadassan - CG Female Hafling Master Summoner
AdamWarnock - Katijah - CG Female Human Barbarian
Dreaming Warforged - Cahal ud'Din - CG Male Human Barbarian
luspr - human or aasimar? bard?

Have I missed anybody?

Dreaming Warforged:
I saw that you were in a previous LoF game. My only concern is that you will know what is coming for a little while unless I do a reworking of the beginning of the game. Frankly, I do not have time for that. I just hope that you will be able to seperate character knowledge and your previous experience/

At this point I am liking the characters well enough that after CampinCarl9127 makes a decision on which character he wants to play and adjusts them to fit the campaign stats, I am likely to take everyone who has submitted a character sheet and backstory. If any more show up this will be a tough decision.


I'm also liking how this is shaping up. There are some good story-tellers in here. :)

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yeah, though I feel as if I would be the laziest since I have a prewritten story.

It's said I never really get to play characters. I am usually stuck as the perpetual GM for the past 20 years. With only three breaks in that time to play characters.

btw. I just have to say it. I can't wait for friday to get here so I can order my copies of Paths of Prestige and Ultimate Equipment. PDFs make having young kids and pets so much easier on my books.

Osirion

I hear ya, I have a 10 month old daughter who's drumming on the chair next to me. Can't wait for some of the stuff in those books. I'm a big fan of mundane solutions and items, like poisons (though this will be my first time using poisons a lot).

If I find that I do really well with this format I may jump into the DM deep-end of the pool and invite you along so you can play a PC for once.


Umm, Khatijah is a Fighter(Two-Weapon Fighter) not a barbarian.

Now, if you want a damage dealer of the ferocious type, You might want to look at Gkirkhan. Lotsa brawn, lotsa charm, not so much sense or brains.

Daway The GM:
Good luck running it with eight PCs. I know I'm going to have trouble keeping up with seven. :)

Osirion

How many on that list have all stats and story done? Not all of then surely. How many PC's does it take for the storytelling start to get to muddled and confusing? My instincts say no more than 5 or 6.


AdamWarnock wrote:

Umm, Khatijah is a Fighter(Two-Weapon Fighter) not a barbarian.

Now, if you want a damage dealer of the ferocious type, You might want to look at Gkirkhan. Lotsa brawn, lotsa charm, not so much sense or brains.

** spoiler omitted **

Where did you find the Kerambit? That's perfect for me to conceal somewhere, sneaky assassin that I am.

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the biggest group i've ever run IRL is 9 for 3 years

in pbp i prefer large groups because some will inevitably drop out. This way at least I have a group that wants to continue.

@AdamWarnock- sorry about that I will fix Khatijah in my notes


Tolus the Serpent Servant wrote:
AdamWarnock wrote:

Umm, Khatijah is a Fighter(Two-Weapon Fighter) not a barbarian.

Now, if you want a damage dealer of the ferocious type, You might want to look at Gkirkhan. Lotsa brawn, lotsa charm, not so much sense or brains.

** spoiler omitted **

Where did you find the Kerambit? That's perfect for me to conceal somewhere, sneaky assassin that I am.

Found it in eastern weapons. I haven't even seen most of these names before, lol.


DaWay wrote:

the biggest group i've ever run IRL is 9 for 3 years

in pbp i prefer large groups because some will inevitably drop out. This way at least I have a group that wants to continue.

@AdamWarnock- sorry about that I will fix Khatijah in my notes

Cool, I bow to your experience.


Okay, I joked about it. I thought to myself "If I doed it, I get a whippin'," and I did it anyway. I present to you an interpretation of an iconic character from Looney Tunes: Hassan!

Hassan
Description: Standing a full head taller than most men, and nearly as much broader at the shoulders, this very large Kelish man stands in poor clothing, looking about him with wide eyes and an obvious sense of wonder. His forehead slopes at an unusual angle, and he seems amused by the simplest of things.

About Hassan:

Background:
Hassan was born and raised as a slave. He was kept uneducated and protected from many of the realities of the world that so many others depend upon to make their way. As he entered puberty and began growing, he was selected as having the potential to be an harem guard. As part of this training, he was castrated, as is the tradition. For years, he protected the wives and consorts of wealthy men. His imposing presence was normally protection enough, but there is always somebody who thinks they can have what they want, whether it is theirs or not. A group of men snuck through a fifth floor window into the harem Hassan was supposed to be guarding, and began working together to rape the women. The women, of course, were trapped in their room, the door only opening from the outside. Hassan threw the door open, ran into the room, and laid into the would be rapists with his falchion, George. The "first man up" was the first slain. The others died almost as quickly, though with less surprise.

His current owner's gratitude is why Hassan has been offered this opportunity to win his freedom. Hassan isn't really certain what he's being asked to do. He truly doesn't understand what the offer of his freedom could mean for the rest of his life.

Personality/Alignment:
Hassan is faithful, loyal, trusting, dedicated, and almost incapable of understanding that people intentionally mislead each other. I picture him as being Lawful Neutral and pretty easily manipulated, but not by typical sexual manipulation methods.

Goals/Vision:
Hassan is being put together as an exercise in making a useful version of a cartoon caricature. He fills the role of part muscle, and pretty well, I think. I'm thinking he might follow either the two-handed Warrior or Weapon Master archetype. Should he somehow gain a regeneration and regrow his testicles, he could easily move towards a more neutral alignment and multi-class into barbarian. But, unless he literally finds some balls, I just don't see that happening.

Race, Class and Archetype:

Human (Kelish)
+2 to Strength
Medium
Normal Speed (30')
Bonus Feat (Furious Focus)
Skilled
Languages: Common, Kelish

Fighter (Archetype to be selected before Level 2, or none)
BAB +1
Fort +2
Ref +0
Will +0
Bonus Feat (Cleave)
Simple and martial weapons
All armor and shields
2 -2 (Int mod)~1 +1 (Skilled)=2Skills/Level

Feats, Traits and Skills:

Feats:
Power Attack
Cleave
Furious Focus

Traits:
Campaign: Earning Your Freedom (+1 Will)
Combat: Deft Dodger (+1 Reflex)
Social: Bully (+1 Intimidate)

Skills: (Total Name Attribute+Ranks+Class+Other)
+ 0 Acrobatics 0+0+0
- 1 Appraise -1+0+0
+ 2 Bluff 2+0+0
+ 4 Climb 4+0+0
- 2 Craft -2+0+0
+ 2 Diplomacy 2+0+0
+ 2 Disguise 2+0+0
+ 0 Escape Artist 0+0+0
+ 0 Fly 0+0+0
- 1 Heal -1+0+0
+ 7 Intimidate 2+1+3+1 (trait)
- 1 Linguistics -2+1+0
- 1 Perception -1+0+0
+ 2 Perform: Any 2+0+0
+ 0 Ride 0+0+0
- 1 Sense Motive -1+0+0
+ 0 Stealth 0+0+0
- 1 Survival -1+0+0
+ 4 Swim 4+0+0

Stats & Attributes:

Combat Stats:
AC 15, Touch 10, Flat 15
HP 13 (Favored Class Bonus)
BAB +1 (melee +5, ranged +1)
CMB +5
CMD 15
Fort +4
Ref +1
Will +0
+5 falchion for 2d4+6 Power Attack is +5 for 2d4+9

Attributes: 15 Point Buy
10/5/5/1/-2/-4; 16/14/14/11/8/7; 16/11/14/7/8/14 becomes
S18 +4
D11 +0
C14 +2
I7 -2
W8 -1
H14 +2

Equipment/Money:

5d6 ⇒ (1, 4, 2, 2, 4) = 13 for 130 GP
falchion 2d4, 18+, 8#
scale mail +5, +3, -4, 25%, 20', 30#
peasant's outfit 2#
5 GP cash
40 load (light)


DaWay:
You don't have to worry. But I'd understand. I think I've been in four LoF. The latest is the one that went furthest (which wasn't very far)!


hustonj wrote:

Okay, I joked about it. I thought to myself "If I doed it, I get a whippin'," and I did it anyway. I present to you an interpretation of an iconic character from Looney Tunes: Hassan!

Hassan
Description: Standing a full head taller than most men, and nearly as much broader at the shoulders, this very large Kelish man stands in poor clothing, looking about him with wide eyes and an obvious sense of wonder. His forehead slopes at an unusual angle, and he seems amused by the simplest of things.

** spoiler omitted **...

Very nice, but now you have to choose too. Mus'ad or Hassan?


Glad you found it, I figured they fit in with a character that is close to a dervish, and yes they do make good sneaky assassin weapons, unfortunately for me, Gwyn prefers long knives (aka shortswords)

After getting her drink, Khatijah feels oddly drawn to the strange slave. She carefully moves around to where he is seated, taking care to avoid knocking anyone in the head with her quarterstaff that she was using as a walking stick.

"May I sit here?"

There's no accusation in her tone, nor is there any friendliness, just the statement of a simple question.

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*JAFO - Fionnbharanel -NG Female Gnome Theologian Cleric of Sarenrae
*Choon - Talos the Serpent Servant - LN Male Vishkanya Deadly Courtesan Rogue
*hustonj - Mus'ad - ?? Male Ifrit Arcane Duelist Bard
hustonj - Hassan - ?? Male Human Fighter
*CampinCarl9127 - Taldor Rockheels - LG Male Dwarf Foehammer Fighter
CampinCarl9127 - Tiasar - N Male Elf Infernal Binder Wizard
*Jus Me - Hadassan - CG Female Hafling Master Summoner
*AdamWarnock - Katijah - CG Female Human Two Weapon Fighter
*Dreaming Warforged - Cahal ud'Din - CG Male Human Barbarian
luspr - human or aasimar? bard?

please note if I mark an asterik (*) by your name that is the character I am liking the best and am considering you in the running or in the game.

Dreaming Warforged:
No, you are still in the running. If you are capable like you say you can separate the knowledge you are welcome to play.


AdamWarnock wrote:

Glad you found it, I figured they fit in with a character that is close to a dervish, and yes they do make good sneaky assassin weapons, unfortunately for me, Gwyn prefers long knives (aka shortswords)

After getting her drink, Khatijah feels oddly drawn to the strange slave. She carefully moves around to where he is seated, taking care to avoid knocking anyone in the head with her quarterstaff that she was using as a walking stick.

"May I sit here?"

There's no accusation in her tone, nor is there any friendliness, just the statement of a simple question.

Tolus graciously waves his hand at the open seats at his table.

"So, business or pleasure, my friend?", he says with a friendly smile (directed away from the squeamish wizard).

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AdamWarnock:
You want some power hits, try Cael


DaWay wrote:

*JAFO - Fionnbharanel -NG Female Gnome Theologian Cleric of Sarenrae

*Choon - Talos the Serpent Servant - LN Male Vishkanya Deadly Courtesan Rogue
*hustonj - Mus'ad - ?? Male Ifrit Arcane Duelist Bard
hustonj - Hassan - ?? Male Human Fighter
*CampinCarl9127 - Taldor Rockheels - LG Male Dwarf Foehammer Fighter
CampinCarl9127 - Tiasar - N Male Elf Infernal Binder Wizard
*Jus Me - Hadassan - CG Female Hafling Master Summoner
*AdamWarnock - Katijah - CG Female Human Two Weapon Fighter
*Dreaming Warforged - Cahal ud'Din - CG Male Human Barbarian
luspr - human or aasimar? bard?

please note if I mark an asterik (*) by your name that is the character I am liking the best and am considering you in the running or in the game.

** spoiler omitted **

7 in the running. I'm going to have to keep a notes sheet for all the interactions. :P (not that I'm complaining, more the merrier apparently)


@ DaWay: Ouch, Definitely a bruiser.

She gives a nod of acceptance as she takes he seat, deftly folding her legs and moving the staff to lean on he table.

"Business, you?"

Wow, this may be more of a challenge than I thought. Laconic characters take more thinking than loquacious ones.


AdamWarnock wrote:

@ DaWay: Ouch, Definitely a bruiser.

She gives a nod of acceptance as she takes he seat, deftly folding her legs and moving the staff to lean on he table.

"Business, you?"

Wow, this may be more of a challenge than I thought. Laconic characters take more thinking than loquacious ones.

Tolus lightly lifts his cup and sips before answering,

"Business as well. I suspect the same kind of Business, nasty though it is. Did Garavel make you the same offer of freedom he did me?"

He has not looked away from her this whole time save to drink. His eyes almost seem to glow because of the large yellow and red irises. There seem to be no whites in his eyes, but you havn't seen him look up yet to see if this is true. If he blinks, he has not done so yet.


Re-wrote my Biography with some more detail.


Odd one, this

"Not the same, but similar, most likely."

Khatijah ignores the unnerving stare and sips her honeyed tea.


Tolus's eyes narrow in assessment. They move from scar to scar as if reading a story. A second later, as his gaze rests on her left eye, he seems to suddenly recall something, but the expression is masked faster than it appeared. I remember that fight. The Old Master lost a lot of money on this one. I must get to know her, this unbreakable one.

"I apologize, I have forgotten myself. Tolus the Serpent Servant, former trophy and property of the late Guild Master Yasirim Haddi al Yasseh Jeyswr. " He effortlessly manages a graceful bow in spite of being seated.


"Khatijah."

The woman gives Tolus a quizzical look. After all, most of the slaves she'd seen wouldn't have referred to a dead master by much more than "fat old bastard." The bow just sent the cocked eyebrow higher.

Certainly an odd one, this. An eye out would be wise.

She turns away and almost takes another sip of her tea, but something stuck out as odd in her mind. Her face is impassive as it was before the slight slip when she turns back to ask her strange drinking partner.

"Trophy?"

@ DaWay: From what I know of this AP, I may have found a good piece of music to set the mood. Clicky»


Unbreakable and Inscrutable, apparently. That eyebrow is the only clue to the fact that she feels at all. At least she does feel. Some of those fighters have even that smashed out of them. She and I are kindred spirits in that we both like to hide.
" All of us are trophies, Katijah. At least all us special ones. It's part of the reason we are being given this chance at glorious freedom, I suspect. But I am keeping you from your drink. I apologize. "

Tolus goes back to his drink, breaks his gaze on her, and finally blinks. It is not a dismissive gesture. It is one of settling down next to someone at a meal. Companionship without conversational obligation.

Headed to bed. Will check back in the morning.

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@daway. I will gladly play Taldor Rockheels, i had much fun making him.

Tiasar glances around the growing, increasingly strange room, then shakes his head

"I do not need the help of these meager people to achieve my goals, I shall seek elsewhere"

Tiasar walks briskly out, raven familiar on his shoulder

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The dwarf who has been quietly sitting in the corner and moving pieces around a map stands up. You can't fail to notice only a small amount of this drink is gone. He slowly walks up to the bar were the two "slaves" are conversing, and mumbles quietly

"Mind if I sit?"

He has a scarred and pitted face, with a droopy and lopsided eye. at a casual glance he looks stupid and unaware, but a trained eye can see there's a little more.


@DaWay Heya, I finished early.

"I think I need a drink as well, if you please"

Arizhel begins to take a seat

"Dammit! I keep forgetting, my apologies, yes. Please do sit, I will bring the drinks"

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Taldor seems suprised at such a pretty halfling talking to him. He blushes slightly, then mumbles his thanks, taking a seat. He then rolls out the same paper, and starts putting figurines on it, placing them carefully. A glance can reveal it's an erasable drawing of a battlefield, and he's laying out warriors, archers, and spellcasters tactically. He looks very focused and only occasionally takes a drink


Arizhel returns with a small tray of various ales, and sets the drinks in the center of the table, careful not to interfere with Taldor's map and figurines.

"I was also offered freedom, but I am not sure what all strings will be attached yet. So until then, I think I need to practice my new role."

Arizhel takes a seat, and distributes the drinks.

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Taldor grunts a thanks, blushing again as the halfling nears him. He keeps moving around the figurines, but has never been good at faking and it's clear to see he's distracted by all the women sitting around him. He keeps glancing at the skinny pit-fighter and the cute halfling when he thinks they're not looking. Eventually he gives up, carefully puts away his figurines and quietly says to Khatijah

"So you mentioned you're a pit fighter? can't say i've seen you when i was in there"

It's obvious he's a little intimidated by the halfling

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@arizhel OH MEH GAWD UR CHARISMA IS 14 ABOVE MINE


Arizhel laughs politely.

"No offense, but it generally any halfling will be more charismatic than a dwarf..."

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MY CHARACTER IS STILL REFUSING TO MEET YOUR EYES CUS YOU'RE SO MUCH PRETTIER lol

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and sadly enough, i did not literally say in-game your charisma is higher than mine. NPC brains might hurt lol


I know, I just enjoy harassing people from time to time

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Hadassah wrote:

I know, I just enjoy harassing people from time to time

oh we're gonna get along just fine. i bet you'd enjoy the story about how my CN druid baleful polymorphed a paladin who needed to be carried.


Woot! 12:00 am in 18 minutes! That means... it is only 3 days left until campaign, if I count right...

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wow, you're 4 hours behind me lol


Tolus the Serpent Servant wrote:

Unbreakable and Inscrutable, apparently. That eyebrow is the only clue to the fact that she feels at all. At least she does feel. Some of those fighters have even that smashed out of them. She and I are kindred spirits in that we both like to hide.

" All of us are trophies, Katijah. At least all us special ones. It's part of the reason we are being given this chance at glorious freedom, I suspect. But I am keeping you from your drink. I apologize. "

Tolus goes back to his drink, breaks his gaze on her, and finally blinks. It is not a dismissive gesture. It is one of settling down next to someone at a meal. Companionship without conversational obligation.

Headed to bed. Will check back in the morning.

A snort of laughter without humor comes from the woman as she drinks.

"You? Perhaps. Me? I am a curse to be broken."


Tolus raises his cup as the odd couple sits. He observes both quietly from behind his glass. What kind of slave was permitted to learn summoning? Tolus had seen plenty of slaves learn to purify food, make water, and upkeep a house using magic, but the Summoning school had been banned in all his experience.
know (local ) if summoning is generally banned to slaves: 1d20 + 5 ⇒ (20) + 5 = 25

He was even less sure about the dwarf and his game.
"Well met, friends. And I'm sure you're right, Ms. Halfling. There are never no strings in this city, but I think we are all of a like mind to take that risk or we wouldn't be here. "

He inclines his glass to the dwarf. " and what's your story, sir? You mentioned you had some experience in the pits?"


AdamWarnock wrote:
Tolus the Serpent Servant wrote:

Unbreakable and Inscrutable, apparently. That eyebrow is the only clue to the fact that she feels at all. At least she does feel. Some of those fighters have even that smashed out of them. She and I are kindred spirits in that we both like to hide.

" All of us are trophies, Katijah. At least all us special ones. It's part of the reason we are being given this chance at glorious freedom, I suspect. But I am keeping you from your drink. I apologize. "

Tolus goes back to his drink, breaks his gaze on her, and finally blinks. It is not a dismissive gesture. It is one of settling down next to someone at a meal. Companionship without conversational obligation.

Headed to bed. Will check back in the morning.

A snort of laughter without humor comes from the woman as she drinks.

"You? Perhaps. Me? I am a curse to be broken."

Tolus looks surprised, "Indeed? If you think yourself so, how much more do your Masters think you so who tell you that you are a curse? Perhaps you are truly a blessing waiting to be forged in the fires of opportunity. My mentor told me that once." Tolus leans in as if conspiring and whispers, "He liked to be inspirational. "

Osirion

Will you be allowing equipment and prestige classes from the two new books in this campaign immediately or do you want to wait for that info to reach the PFSRD? (I won't have access right away so I was curious)

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