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Vicenzo, human witch wrote:
Have a good time. We'll try to keep you alive - if we have to bot you.
Marcellus Vossler wrote:
...... orientated than that?This adventure path definitely makes use of plenty of social skills and roleplay. You're not going to be disappointed. There is plenty of fighting to do as well, of course.
Thanks The Morphling, I'm glad to hear it. Good to game with you.Cheers
Ahreni, Fallen Angel wrote:
I'm living in Cornwall, so where are you, Nikolaus?
Thanks for that info, DM Advocate and Morphing, I'll try to incorporate a little of it into my background too. There was a small hole in there which is now going to be filled nicely!
..a low point buy seems to feed into the idea of a more aged character who once had greater strength and dexterity. Or a youngster with not much smarts - I like that.
15 pt buy is beginning to look like something I will adopt for my own campaigns.
Roet Heineous wrote:
Good Luck and see you around on the boards some time.
There is alot of useful synergy between bard and rogue. But if want to go all "Conan" on us, I'm sure that would work for you. Garekk as a frontliner alongside Roet seems very positive (especially if we ever get to face a dragon?).
Shady, thanks for the offer, but most of my games have picked up pace and so I'm maxed out. Good luck though my friends say its a great campaign - if a little dangerous.
Moving Through a Square
Friend: You can move through a square occupied by a friendly character, unless you are charging. When you move through a square occupied by a friendly character, that character doesn't provide you with cover.
Same here. WhtKnt thanks for letting me into your game first of all.
I'll go over the character and add the class/level line tomorrow.
And for now I'll start off by introducing myself. If we are going to get far with our adventures then its always best to start on the right footing and I don't recognise many of you from games I've played in.
I'm approaching my 50th birthday and I've played on and off since 2007 (more on than off in truth) and I enjoy this format for the chance to take my time over a post and think about what my PC wants to do.
I have returned to live in Cornwall in the UK and have just had an interview for a new job locally today - so fingers crossed there.
In terms of gaming, Ravenloft and Al-Qadim were my favourites, but Greyhawk I grew up with. My gamer friends call me frenchie because of the characters I tended to play - my "soccer" called me wolfie because of the t-shirts I wore.
I don't mind the suggestion but as a DM, I dislike players trying to wriggle out of it all the time and not accepting the suggestions with good grace. In my experience some players cannot handle losing control of their PC even for a round.
My 12th level weapon master once spent three rounds of a fight getting into position to jump on the back of a red wyrm. And then 1 round jumping off at the suggestion of said wyrm..