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The yellow boxes wrote:
If you're off school grounds you aren't protected by the wards.
Thinking about the Sapphire Planet led me to doing research. Research led me to some interesting discoveries, which lead to ideas which lead to a character concept.
Further research reminded me of the perfect way to get the Concept into Reality.
I feel ingenious and evil all at the same time and its so awesome!
baldwin the merciful wrote:
Like Dric, a Halfling that smashes faces with anything he can pick up? Chakacoatl, pouncing Diety? Lobo Gris, the giant demon/angel wolf? ;)
Or are they wanting an actual Fighter classed character?
Will Save: 1d20 + 3 ⇒ (7) + 3 = 10
Dric Ghawn the Halfling "strong man".
Gip, the goblin. Hilarious to play, no matter his class.
Tik-Tik the Pseudodragon. Commonly an Alchemist, but lately Arcane Bomber or Transmuter Wizard.
Ray Remiar the farm boy turned unwilling adventurer when his village thought he'd deliberately summoned a demon(it was a fiendish riding dog).
Adina Eyvendr- Still stuck on the weird plane of existence she can't leave.
Summoner is okay-ish, but there's no reason to add more house rules for people to min-max all to hell and back.
If anything, I'd advocate using Limited Magic and that's it(caster level when casting is always minumum required for the spell, and so is the DC. Example: 20th level caster casts fireball. Deals 5d6 and has a DC of 14). Same thing applies to SLAs.
We have enough rules to use as it is. No more are needed.
As it stands right now, damage is pretty simple. Take damage, discard a number of cards equal to the damage you took. If you didn't have enough cards, so what? Discard what you can and ignore the rest.
Somehow, back when we started Risemof the Runelords, we got that wrong. Instead of damage coming from our hand, we send cards from our deck into the discard pile. While we were all relieved, I noticed how easy the game became later on.
Now that I've got Skull & Shackles, I'm thinking about making our mistake a Houserule. What everyone think? Is it too much? Should any excess damage come from your deck instead of being ignore?
Vis Niyambi wrote:
Debatable. I left it vague who was in the wrong one.