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How about a jovial blacksmith, an ex-soldier and distant relation of the good Professor. A man who has only met Lorrimor once and arrives like a blank canvas slightly puzzled to be invited to the will reading.
Then thrust into all this horror and fear.
I am a big fan of Ravenloft and would love to take part in this. Let me know your thoughts and I'll put a suitable PC together this week.
4d6 - 1 ⇒ (1, 4, 5, 4) - 1 = 13
I have moved to from an island where everyone plays Pathfinder to a county where 5E rules, go figure. So I'll try to come up with something interesting but may need some help with the rules along the way. You do have alot of entries for this DM Monty Haul!
EDIT: scranford, filios and Black Dow! My chances have just gone down methinks nevertheless I'll give it a go this weekend.
DM Ragged, I'd prefer to see two separate groups in the same area, perhaps with a means of communication so that they can meet up occasionally. Maybe the parties could be more specialised such as wilderness versus dungeon so that they do not step on each others toes too much.
If you handwaive the likely time differences then that probably gives you a bigger pool of PCs for a long term campaign.
Thanks Jesse, I hope so too!
But let's see what Istus has to say...I cannot stick point buy when offered dice rolling for stats.
4d6 - 1 ⇒ (3, 1, 6, 5) - 1 = 14
Not too shabby - 17pt buy effectively. I'll get working on that tonight.
How about an elvish woodland witch?
She never really wanted to leave the hills but the tribes blamed her for the death of a chief's son. No longer able to live in the Mindspin mountains, she is looking for a way to prosper and forget her past. After all it was not her fault that the scroll backfired!
Perhaps somewhere in her adventures, she can learn enough of making potions and scroll making so that the witch can return to the Mindspins and repair her poor reputation.
My witch will be a support healer and survivalist. Never played one before so it will be my first opportunity to see how good they can be compared to all the wizards and clerics I've run.
I remember Andrzej had the taste of fur in his throat - so no worries Tybalt on ratting me out. Not a clue who else but definitely my guy. Probably forgot himself after all the fun in the marsh.
...and fancy meeting Mothman in Ravenloft. Makes a chap happy to know you're in the game again. How the devil are you?