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Doug M's Way of the Wicked (Inactive)

Game Master Douglas Muir 406

Follow the Way of the Wicked, the award-winning AP from Fire Mountain games.

The wickedness continues in Way of the Wicked Part II: The Dark Tower!


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Kate_C wrote:


I wanted to play a great grand daughter of Baba Yaga trying to stile out for herself, or maybe secretly manipulated by Baba Yaga to be 'her own woman' but is just setting up her progeny for rulership later.

Kate, the character concept sounds fine. The process of joining is, well, competitive -- everyone posts their draft characters and backgrounds, I pick the ones that look most interesting / playable / fun. Right now there are about 22 people competing for 5 spaces. If you want a place, take a shot -- write up a character and post it.

A couple of tips (which are for everyone, obviously):

-- read the OP
-- race and class don't much matter in terms of getting you in. Half-drow synthesist or plain simple human fighter... either can be made to shine. -- 80% of final grade (not that there is a final grade, but you know what I mean) is your backstory, character description, and motivations.
-- not gonna lie: spelling, grammar and presentation all matter. We may be locked in a small virtual room with each other for months. If you write that your character attacked his enemies by "burning they're house down", well, I just know that over time that sort of thing is going to drive me slowly nuts. Sorry. (N.B., if you're not a native English speaker, say so -- that's different.)
-- crisp, clear, and creative writing! Man, we're going to be WRITING for each other's entertainment. Let me break that out a little.

Crisp... Do not give me a 1500 word Wall Of Text to tell me that your character had an unhappy childhood.
Clear... itse;f I guess it speaks for, if you know what I mean, what you're writing should be, right, understand, like when you canfollow it and stuff.
Creative... make it interesting! Action verbs, cool stuff happening, unexpected twists, whatever. Don't bore us. That's probably the single biggest thing.

Doug M.


Gilthanis wrote:


Also can we offer up more than one submission, rolling another set of F/F of course what whatever class we are thinking of? Or are there already so many submissions that it might be overwhelming?

There are already so many submissions that it hardly matters. So, if you want to make up a second character and submit it too... go for it!

Doug M.


Can Bref eat the ones that aren't selected?


Mogander Ivory wrote:

I'd like to submit Mogander Ivory, fallen Angelkin Paladin of Mitra, now Anti-Paladin empowered by her hate for her former church.

** spoiler omitted **...

I like the basic idea: paladin resists temptation... and gets unfairly clobbered for it! That's great. I also like that it's a complex fall, not just one thing; most of us don't turn Evil from a single bad experience.

The tricky bit I see here is that this character would logically be a raving misogynist. Which could make a great evil NPC, but could be hard for other PCs to work with.

Doug M.


Bref wrote:
Can Bref eat the ones that aren't selected?

Only if Judge Tohram gets to drain and drink the blood first.


Okay, we're over 30 submissions. That's a lot.

So, ATTENTION EVERYONE. NEW RULE.

I said we'd run this to Saturday morning and that still holds. But: I'm going to close submissions at 10 am EDT (Eastern US Daylight Savings Time) on _Friday_. That's a bit under 20 hours from right now.

Shortly after that, I will announce ten (10) finalists for the five slots. I'll ask the finalists if they want to tweak or change their submissions; they'll have 24 hours to do that. On Saturday morning I'll announce who's in. (Yes: we are kicking this Eurovision style.)

Furthermore. The five slots will one for each of the Classic Four -- Melee, Arcane, Divine, and Skill. The fifth slot will be wide open. This is, frankly, to make it easier for me; I can say "okay, who are the best ones from Divine" and I'm choosing 2-3 out of maybe 10 choices instead of trying to pick all 10 out of 30 or 40. Bite-size chunks, yeah?

So: 19 hours and 15 minutes.

cheers,

Doug M.


I also remembered to spell-check my revised background.


Got to love it when an evil campaign attracts so much evil that's not simply just chaos and mayhem..its ordered chaos and mayhem!


I made this character for another game, and for whatever reason, he is my favorite of the concepts I've come up with. It's probably that he's a delightfully simple character while making sense and not being overly trite. I used the point buy because when I used the focus and foible system he wound up with a wisdom of 8.

Basics:
Full Name: Rorgar Borga
Race: Dwarf
Class: Inquisitor (Asmodeus) 1
Gender: male
Size: 4'4” 220lbs
Age: 60
Alignment: Lawful Evil
Deity: Asmodeus
Location: Branderscar Prison
Languages: Common, Dwarven
Occupation: Inquisitor

Strength 17
Dexterity 12
Constitution 16
Intelligence 10
Wisdom 16
Charisma 8

Background:
Rorgar Borga has always been an Inquisitor, not always of Asmodeus, but the job has always been little more than an excuse for his thuggish behavior. The church of Mitra learned early on that he was more of a bounty hunter than holy warrior, but they kept him on, because they hoped the teachings of Mitra would get through to him and lead him into the light. The opposite happened. As he hunted down and slew worshipers of Asmodeus, Rorgar began to notice more and more downtime between missions. He came to realize that he was putting himself out of a job.

Shortly after realizing this, he was sent after an Asmodean cleric. He pulled the holy symbol off the corpse and offered up his prayer to his church's enemy. Rorgar claimed that he had no use for peace in Talingarde, and that the Asmodeans he'd killed were weak, unworthy of the Lord of Hell. He promised he would do a better job than all the rest, and then carved Asmodeus's pentagonal symbol on the back of his own.

Very little changed after he turned from Mitra, Rorgar even managed to keep it a secret for a few weeks; he assumed it was because he was usually given a task and then left to his own devices. Rorgar had hoped to be able to keep his allegiance to himself, even as he began working against Mitra, but it was not to be. His first, and so far only victim was a priest he'd of known who'd been 'redeemed', turning from Asmodeus to Mitra. He'd even managed to make a name for himself, with his own church that he ministered to. One night Rorgar went to great effort to desecrate the man's church, going so far as to paint the symbol of Asmodeus on the floor in animal blood. Rorgar didn't realize that there had been a witness, and so was caught and sentenced to die.

Combat stats:
Perception +7
Initiative +3

Saves
-Fortitude +5
-Reflex +1
-Will +5

AC/Flatfoot AC 11/10
Touch AC 11

CMB +4
CMD 15

Hit Points: 11

BAB +0
Speed: 20ft

Skills:

8 skill points per level

Intimidate +4 (1 rank)
Knowledge Local +1 (+4 ML) (1 rank)
Knowledge Nature +4 (+7 ML) (1 rank)
Knowledge Religion +6 (+9 ML) (1 rank)
Perception +7 (1 rank)
Sense Motive +7 (1 rank)
Spellcraft +4 (1 rank)
Swim +8 (1 rank)

Feats and Traits:

Traits:
Blasphemy: +2 to knowledge (religion)
Reactionary: +2 to initiative

Race Abilities:
Slow and Steady: base speed 20ft, unaffected by armor or encumberence
Darkvision 60ft
Defensive Training: +4 dodge bonus to AC against giant monsters
Greed: +2 bonus on appraise checks to determine value of nonmagical jewelry
Hatred: +1 bonus to attack rolls against orc and goblinoid creatures
Hardy: +2 bonus on saving throws against poision, spells and spell like abilities
Stability: +4 bonus to CMB when resisting bull rush or trip while standing on the ground
Stonecutting: +2 bonus to perception checks to notice unusual stonework within 10ft
Weapon Familiarity: proficient with battleaxes, heavy picks and warhammers, as well as any weapon with dwarven in it's name.

Class Abilities:
Domain
Judgement 1/day
Monster Lore: add wisdom modifier to knowledge checks to identify creatures
Orisons
Stern Gaze: half Inquisitor level as bonus to Intimidate and Sense Motive checks

Feats:
Judgment Surge: Once per day, treat class level for judgment as three levels higher.

Spells:

Domain: Trickery
Copycat: create a single Mirror Image as a move action, lasts for cleric level rounds, and can be used 3+Wisdom Modifier (3) times per day (6).

Level 0 Spells Known: Create Water, Detect Magic, Guidence, Brand
Level 1 Spells Known: Protection From Good, Wrath

Equipment:

none

One more thing about motivations, he started out at Lawful Neutral, and then moved to Lawful Evil when he turned to Asmodeus. He is lawful mainly because he sees himself as an enforcer, and there can be no enforcement without a strong code of laws.

Also, this character was made for a different WotW game that used it's own houserules. That said, I think I have removed the stuff that no longer applies, but if you see anything that looks questionable, feel free to ask.


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Jax Naismith wrote:
Got to love it when an evil campaign attracts so much evil that's not simply just chaos and mayhem..its ordered chaos and mayhem!

Is there a measurement of evil? "This thread is currently emitting 4.6 Loathsomes. Note that 10^6 Loathsomes are a 4Chan."

Doug M.


Gilthanis wrote:

I submit Gordon Lightfoot..../QUOTE]

Dude, are we long-lost brothers or what?


Aiden Lightfoot wrote:
Gilthanis wrote:
I submit Gordon Lightfoot....
Dude, are we long-lost brothers or what?

If he could read your mind, what a tale your thoughts would tell!


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Douglas Muir 406 wrote:

Is there a measurement of evil? "This thread is currently emitting 4.6 Loathsomes. Note that 10^6 Loathsomes are a 4Chan."

Doug M.

Evil is measured in nazis. As in:

"I can barely detect any evil here -- less than twenty millinazis."

Or...

"There is overwhelming evil here, easily three meganazis!"

Gary "Seven Kilonazis" McBride
Fire Mountain Games
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Douglas Muir 406 wrote:
Mogander Ivory wrote:

I'd like to submit Mogander Ivory, fallen Angelkin Paladin of Mitra, now Anti-Paladin empowered by her hate for her former church.

** spoiler omitted **...

I like the basic idea: paladin resists temptation... and gets unfairly clobbered for it! That's great. I also like that it's a complex fall, not just one thing; most of us don't turn Evil from a single bad experience.

The tricky bit I see here is that this character would logically be a raving misogynist. Which could make a great evil NPC, but could be hard for other PCs to work with.

Doug M.

Mogander has had nice women in his past as well, mainly thinking of the matrons of the orphanage where he grew up. As a result he doesn't hate women in general but is very distrusting of young and/or attractive women.


Jax Naismith wrote:
Got to love it when an evil campaign attracts so much evil that's not simply just chaos and mayhem..its ordered chaos and mayhem!

The term you're looking for is Lawful Evil.

Doug M.


If evil is measure in nazis, what is good measured in?


Lawful Evil - it is all about the rules. And loopholes. And getting others to sign contracts that are greatly to their disadvantage.

Oh yeh, and then there is always the important question of exactly whose rules you are following. Just because Talingarde has a specific code of laws does not mean that those are the rules you personally adhere to.

Which brings me back to the question - who wants to be drained of blood? Judge Tohram is getting thirsty.


Douglas Muir 406 wrote:
Jax Naismith wrote:
Got to love it when an evil campaign attracts so much evil that's not simply just chaos and mayhem..its ordered chaos and mayhem!

The term you're looking for is Lawful Evil.

Doug M.

We need more neutral! I should swing Jax back that way..

And good is measured in children?


Jax Naismith wrote:
Douglas Muir 406 wrote:
Jax Naismith wrote:
Got to love it when an evil campaign attracts so much evil that's not simply just chaos and mayhem..its ordered chaos and mayhem!

The term you're looking for is Lawful Evil.

Doug M.

We need more neutral! I should swing Jax back that way..

And good is measured in children?

Depends on how they taste.


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Ember Firesong wrote:
If evil is measure in nazis, what is good measured in?

Do they not teach this in school anymore?

Evil is measured in nazis which is the amount of evil a typical nazi can accomplish in one day.

Conversely, good is measured in gandhis.

Beauty of course is measured in helens, with one millihelen being the beauty necessary to launch one ship.

Sheesh, I though everyone knew this stuff.

Anyways, sorry to threadcrap. We now return you to your "Way of the Wicked" recruitment thread.

Gary McBride
Fire Mountain Games
Check out our kickstarter! Creature Cards


I was going to propose measuring good in theresas, but gandis works too.


If you are not sure whether someone is two or three Helens beautiful, do you split the difference?


Jill Greenscales - Crunch below

Race/Class:

Female Changeling, Alchemist 1, AL LE
Medium Humanoid, Age 22, Ht: 5’9”, Wt: 130 lbs, Blonde Hair, Green & Blue Eye
Initiative: +3, Senses: Darkvision 60’, Perception +4

Defense:

AC 14, Flatfooted 11, Touch 13 (+3 Dex, +1 Nat AC)
HP: 10 (1d8-2, +3 Toughness, +1 Favored Class)
Saves: Fort +0, Ref +5, Will +0
Defensive Abilities: Mutagen (+4 Dex, +2 Nat AC, -2 Wis)

Offense:
Speed 30 ft
Melee: Claw +3 (1d4+4)
Full Attack: 2 Claws +3 (1d4+4)
Ranged: Bomb +3 (1d6+4 Fire, Splash 5pts, Ref DC 14 for ½ dmg)
Extracts (CL 1)
1st (2): Shield, Cure Light Wounds

Statistics:
Str 16, Dex 16, Con 6, Int 18, Wis 10, Cha 18
BAB +0, CMB +3, CMD 16
Racial: Darkvision 60, Claws (1d4), Nat AC +1, Hulking Changeling (+1 melee damage)
Class Features: Mutagen, Bombs (5/day), Alchemy
Feats: Toughness, Brew Potion, Throw Anything
Traits: Crime (Arson, +2 Fire Dmg from Crits), Fast Talker (+1 to Bluff, class skill)
Skills (8): Bluff +8, Craft (Alchemy) +9, Perception +4, Knowledge (Nature) +8, Disable Device +7, Knowledge (Arcana) +8, Spellcraft +8, UMD +8
Languages: Common, Draconic, Elven, Giant, Dwarven


Emrin Stoltz for your consideration. Intelligence and strength, and a desire to destroy. Destruction of virtue, innocence, and mental stability are his greatest weapons. Followed by his earth breaker, of which he is currently stripped.

Religious:
Eventually hoping to challenge Asmodeus and destroy the god for Rovagug's glory, he wishes to infiltrate the religion and get in as high of a position as possible. Worshipping Asmodeus is not hard, with this goal in mind.

This profile contains backstory.


Tirion Jörðhár wrote:
If you are not sure whether someone is two or three Helens beautiful, do you split the difference?

Of course!


And of course, in this thread, splitting the difference would be literal....


Douglas Muir 406 wrote:


-- not gonna lie: spelling, grammar and presentation all matter. We may be locked in a small virtual room with each other for months. If you write that your character attacked his enemies by "burning they're house down", well, I just know that over time that sort of thing is going to drive me slowly nuts. Sorry. (N.B., if you're not a native English speaker, say so -- that's different.)

Well, that's me out of the running, I'm Dyslexic, I kid you not, spelling and grammar, my life long enemies, sink me again. No way I can change who I am, so I'll to drop out and wast no more of Douglas Muir 406 time, have fun who ever gets in.

GM Spuglyfuglet


Forgot last time, but I'll go with Focus & Foible.

Focus: Strength
Foible: Wisdom

Dex: 1d10 + 7 ⇒ (7) + 7 = 14
Con: 1d10 + 7 ⇒ (7) + 7 = 14
Int: 1d10 + 7 ⇒ (7) + 7 = 14
Cha: 1d10 + 7 ⇒ (10) + 7 = 17

EDIT: Well those are fancy stats if I've ever seen any, nice


Updated Piddle for a more Lawful mindset.


Emrin Stoltz wrote:
Emrin Stoltz for your consideration. Intelligence and strength, and a desire to destroy.

He's a consistent and plausible character, but he's totally CE. Destruction for its own sake, both because you enjoy it /and/ because you're philosophically in favor of it? Worships Rovagug and wants to set him free? That's not just CE, that's Heath Ledger's Joker levels of CE.

Doug M.


Jill Greenscales wrote:

Jill Greenscales - Crunch below

No background. Did I miss?

Doug M.


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Douglas Muir 406 wrote:
Emrin Stoltz wrote:
Emrin Stoltz for your consideration. Intelligence and strength, and a desire to destroy.

He's a consistent and plausible character, but he's totally CE. Destruction for its own sake, both because you enjoy it /and/ because you're philosophically in favor of it? Worships Rovagug and wants to set him free? That's not just CE, that's Heath Ledger's Joker levels of CE.

Doug M.

In that case he needs catch off guard and to fight with a pencil


wolfman1911 wrote:
I made this character for another game, and for whatever reason, he is my favorite of the concepts I've come up with. It's probably that he's a delightfully simple character while making sense and not being overly trite.

He is pretty straightforward. One question occurs: what made him switch sides? "I'm working myself out of a job" doesn't seem quite strong enough.

Doug M.


Doug, Jill Greenscales Crime & Background are on page 2.
I'll add the background to the avatar for ease of use.


Douglas Muir 406 wrote:
Emrin Stoltz wrote:
Emrin Stoltz for your consideration. Intelligence and strength, and a desire to destroy.

He's a consistent and plausible character, but he's totally CE. Destruction for its own sake, both because you enjoy it /and/ because you're philosophically in favor of it? Worships Rovagug and wants to set him free? That's not just CE, that's Heath Ledger's Joker levels of CE.

Doug M.

Good catch! I totally meant to put CE instead of NE!! Corrected. Had it corrected in PCGEN but had the old alignment when I banged out the profile.


Any comments on my background DM Doug? I'm still nervous that by picking Zon-Kuthon over Asmodeus I'm somehow disqualifying myself.


I was wondering the same for myself choosing the Blood Gods.


The requirement is that you should be able to swear loyalty to Asmodeus at some point -- not that you're a worshipper of him from the start. (Or ever. If you give him your sworn loyalty, the worship is optional.)

Doug M.


That said, worshipping a god that is sworn enemies with Asmodeus is potentially problematic, yes.

Doug M.


Revised Background:

Ember had always had a fascination with fire. As a small child she would spend hours just watching the flames in the fireplace dance. Her mother recognized in her the same innate talents that she also possessed. The elder Firesong (Brianna), was a sorceress in the employ of a local thieves guild. She would provide the occasional magical support during disputes with other guilds and would also cause building to burn down when their owners failed to pay their "protection" money. Brianna's job was the reason that Ember grew up without a father. He didn't approve of the path she was going down and when Ember was a baby had given her the ultimatum: "Leave the thieves guild or leave my house!" Not willing to allow him to dictate how she was going to live her life, Brianna moved out the very next day and took Ember with her and left Cole (Ember's older brother) with him.

Life was good for Ember, her mother earned good money as was beginning to take her along with her on her assignments, training her to one day take her place. However, everything changed when a violent change of leadership occurred in the guild and everyone loyal to the former guild leader was killed. This included Ember's mother, though Ember herself was able to escape during the blaze her mother caused while defending herself. As she watched their home burn down, Ember knew just what she was going to do.

Since Ember knew she would never be able to get near enough to the new guild leader to kill him personally, she decided a scorched earth policy would be her best bet at vengeance. That way, even if he did managed to escape, he would have nothing left, just like she had nothing left now. Ember picked several strategic locations to start her fires and soon had the entire city block that housed the guild headquarters ablaze. She even attacked the guardsmen who arrived to try to put out the blaze, not wanting them put out her fires. Eventually Ember was overcome by the guards and placed under arrest.

Ember was later charged with arson that led to massive property damage and loss of an unknown number of lives. A source of great anger and embarrassment for during the trail was that one of the witness that was called forth was the new guild leader. Though badly burned, he and his closest confidants had managed to escape through a secret exit that led to the sewers. Another surprise at the trial was seeing her father and brother in the public viewing section of the courthouse.

As Ember burned alive at the stake for her crimes, she screamed that she would get revenge on all those who had ever wronged her.


Honestly, being an orc is probably more of an issue than being a Zon-Kuthonite. Look around and you'll notice that this thread is chock-full of half-orcs, tieflings, dhampirs and such. We have a changeling and even a goblin. I think people are gravitating towards these because they're "bad guy" races. Which is fine. But it means that if you're playing one, it's actually a bit harder for you to stand out.

(It's okay to play an evil halfling, you know? Evil halflings can be creepy as hell, man. Chucky with hairy feet and a pipe.)

Doug M.


GM Thanks for the PM hers I hope is a better offering that I hope makes the cut. GM Spuglyfuglet

Rosa the short and simple PC Description:

Sex - Female
Race - Devil Spawn - Tiefling Race (outsiders, native)
Classes - Cleric (Diabolism/Asmodeus)[1]
Domains Trickery and Fire.
Alignment - LE.
Age - Unknown (Most of her life she was a mindless slave.)
Hight 6'6"
Wight - 60kg
Hair - White
Skin - Gray
Eyes - Gray/white

Description:
Rosa dos not hide who and what she is, A cold hard Sociopath, she may seem to have feelings like your but its an act. What ever she feels as an outside with the life she has had, she feeling nothing like you do. You see Rosa is not in any way a Tiefling who lives in Shame, she knows to keep her head own when needed. Shes 6'6'' feet tall willow thin Albino, {She has no Horns or tail) She has pale skin, white hear and white gray eyes, she never sleeps. Rosa walks with grace and pride, and always keeps herself clean and well kept, in dress she likes whites and Blacks, Reds and fine garments. In age wise she looks around 30. Shes well spoken and if you talk to her for a wile, she comes across as charming but cold and hard with a sharp mind and wit.

New Short Back story

Rosa was sold as a child to the Hell's by her Mage Father.
Hell has no needs for minds in its slave, so Roses was dulled for an age wile she fetched and carried in a Devils war tent. She was killed a 1000s times only to wake once more in the blood pits and be set once more to work. She killed a fellow slave to save herself punishment them lead to her being made a simple Shock trooper, sent to die again and again in hell's endless and pointless wars. That was until the day she she was the only one left standing in a fight to kill a rebellious Devil.
For this she was given the Honor of joining the Ranks of Asmodeus clerics and sent back to the prime, he task protect his power. With her objects on Deviation she sort to rake the souls of the weak and feeble. This she did well until the day she came across a hidden Demonic temple, Her course was clear, all tainted licked to it must die. The good Clerical school and collage above was of now consequence, it must all burn. She spiked the doors and poisoned the Schools caretakers and guards. The subsequent fires killed over 200+, but her plan to get away failed when the ones helping her fled in fear. She was captured alive and dragged before the courts, found guilt by their wrong laws as being a mass murderer she was sentenced to death, and now she waits, she has faith in Asmodeus she will endure.


Hmn, I hadn't thought of that. I had picked Tiefling previously just because I always have a soft spot for some of the demonic/darker races (Fetchlings, Shadar'kai, tieflings). And because the Fiend Flayer magus intrigued me. Saccing Constitution to buff your arcane pool? Vicious.

Douglas Muir 406 wrote:

Honestly, being an orc is probably more of an issue than being a Zon-Kuthonite. Look around and you'll notice that this thread is chock-full of half-orcs, tieflings, dhampirs and such. We have a changeling and even a goblin. I think people are gravitating towards these because they're "bad guy" races. Which is fine. But it means that if you're playing one, it's actually a bit harder for you to stand out.

(It's okay to play an evil halfling, you know? Evil halflings can be creepy as hell, man. Chucky with hairy feet and a pipe.)

Doug M.


not just any goblin, the smartest goblin in the history or goblin kind!


I fear I have no evil halfling to offer up. Only an evil dwarf. Hopefully you'll enjoy reading Steinki's story as much as I enjoyed creating it. This is michaelane's submission. Good luck!


She can't help the way she was born :P I only picked Orc because the archetype is Orc only. I'd rather be an Aasimar or a Human.


Updated to include a physical description and the alignment change to CE as mentioned above.


Grafelda Moroe wrote:
She can't help the way she was born :P I only picked Orc because the archetype is Orc only. I'd rather be an Aasimar or a Human.

Allowing a non-orc to take this is the kind of minor rule-bending I'm usually fine with. (Though it's nice to be asked, of course.)

-- Actually, I could see this archetype working great with an aasimar. She's become convinced that her face is horrible. Maybe it actually is covered with scars; maybe it's fine, and she's just developed some weird complex about it. But she wears this mask. In fact, she can't /not/ wear the mask -- she becomes incredibly anxious (sickened condition, say) if she takes the mask off. Meanwhile, she's a gorgeous, angelic looking young woman... with a compulsion to cut and scar herself. A compulsion so strong that she draws a strange power from it.

Heck yeah. Go ahead with an aasimar. I'm fine with it.

Doug M.


Douglas Muir 406 wrote:

He is pretty straightforward. One question occurs: what made him switch sides? "I'm working myself out of a job" doesn't seem quite strong enough.

Doug M.

Prior to turning, Rorgar had a reputation as something of a 'hanging judge', so to speak. He never really believed in redemption, though he did toe the line, in the interest of staying in the good graces of his superiors. He viewed his job as punishing the guilty, not saving them, and if someone was going to be allowed to save their skin by turning to Mitra, they should basically be a second class citizen in the church.

Because of all of that, he basically changed sides because of the cleric of Asmodeus. The first point of contention was that he was allowed to live in the first place, and then they let him become a cleric. In short, from the moment that that cleric was given a church on, Rorgar was basically looking for an excuse to turn against the church of Mitra.


Heh, cool. I'll switch Grafelda over to an Aasimar as soon as I get a chance. Gonna post with this alias from now so that I don't go over ten posts with the other. That way if I don't get picked I can recycle the alias.

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