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Hiya GM, would you allow the Limbjack Template? Basically my idea is that he's a Stonelord Dwarf Paladin, whose slowly being changed into a creature of iron and stone as a result of his faith, and dealing with the consequences of becoming less and less mortal and more and more weapon as the adventure goes on.
Is praying to the GM Allowed? I mean, I personally prefer bribery...
My idea looks like it'll be a Goblin/Blue Crystal Warrior Aegis / Brutal Disrupter Cryptic with possible levels in Barbarian later. Essentially it's going to be a small strength build character, a shockingly strong and smart Goblin. Because such contradictions amuse me.
Yeah, my wife and I like to play together too.
We're in a few games together. Some are ones I run, one's a special campaign we got a friend to run, and two are ones we simply applied together in (our characters aren't related, however). It's a lot of fun.
But yeah, if you were to apply for one of my games, I'd say just make it clear you come as a package. Most GM's will be willing to accept that kinda thing.
Character Name: Nikeisha (no surname, as she has no idea who her family is).
Since I'm seeing a lot of monster race proposals, I'll also add that any non-core race is fairly uncommon in this world (at least the civilized parts of it). People won't be shocked (at least, not in a way they're not expecting) to see them in a carnival freak show, but you will also need to be able to move around town without drawing unwanted attention, so those of you choosing monster races should expect to make frequent disguise and/or stealth checks when you are outside the carnival. This will be easy for a kitsune, but in the majority of the cities you'll visit, the sight of an orc/goblin hybrid will probably be enough to cause the city guard to be called. You could attempt to sneak around all the time, but that will preclude participating in a lot of the roleplaying.
OK, so I'm guessing that, by this, RolePlaying potential will be heavily limited if you're not playing a race that is Gnome, Halfling, Dwarf or Human, or can pass for one of those races with consistency, such as Kitsune, the Elemental races with the Humanlike trait and such? Bummer. I'll see if I can re-work any of my ideas for those races and stat layouts.
Would you object if I had a Small Half-Orc with the Racial Heritage - Goblin feat? Basically, my idea is for a small, odd, ugly little creature that is both unreasonably strong and of uncertain origin (I would be taking the Goblin race trait Ugly Swine to further confuse his heritage. Honestly, the idea is probably something akin to a Half-Goblin, but those don't exist...and well, no one said a Half-Orc needed a human half. Except mechanically, otherwise I loose access to Racial Heritage.
He'd probably have levels in Sorcerer and Eldritch Scion Staff Magus so he can wield the new item, the Lantern Staff, and make use of some of the more pyromanical Goblin feats (little man looooves fire). His show would be a mix of his unreal strength for such a small guy and fire-based illusion magics.
His weak stat would be Wisdom. Especially if I go crossblooded sorcerer, which I'm considering.
I dunno, some of the Archfey are a little on the terrifying side, and Nikeisha didn't really look too hard at the deal she made since it was the Pact or death. But yeah, if we're going for 'the Super Ethical Steve Rogers Remembrance Force' or 'It has shinies!? WILL IT BLEND!?!?' she's probably more on Team Ethics.
I'm afraid you missed Nikeisha off that list.
This sounds like exactly the kinda game I like. I wonder if my wife would like this one too...I'll send her a link and let her read, at least.
I've done lots of Play by Post, as my profile will attest. I've only got a limited amount of experience with 5th, but my wife plays quite often, so I can at least get advice.
4d6 ⇒ (6, 4, 5, 5) = 20 - 16
4d6 ⇒ (3, 4, 2, 5) = 14 - 12
4d6 ⇒ (6, 3, 2, 6) = 17 - 15
4d6 ⇒ (5, 2, 6, 1) = 14 - 13
4d6 ⇒ (2, 4, 5, 2) = 13 - 11
4d6 ⇒ (4, 1, 5, 5) = 15 - 14
4d6 ⇒ (6, 5, 5, 2) = 18 - 16
4d6 ⇒ (1, 6, 6, 5) = 18 - 17
Well, set two is pretty damned amazing...
I'm thinking a Spellcaster of some kind, maybe. A Wizard or Sorcerer, maybe.
Male. Mostly. Human. Mostly. Archaeologist
Because it will soon be a new month in game, you guys should probably decide on exactly how you're upgrading the city.
Also, for the more offensively minded folk here, you might wish to peek at the Spheres of Might stuff, and Spheres of Magic for that matter. It creates a lot of interesting combat options that aren't 'I full attack'.
Male. Mostly. Human. Mostly. Archaeologist
It should be noted that while you've been told they can be repaired, no one said it would be easy. You guys banged them up good and proper. A quick look is enough to see they won't be fixed today...well, not without magical aid.
I'll assume the whole party is going hunting if you guys haven't decided otherwise by tomorrow.
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