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Is there a specific reason you don't try to talk it out with your Dm? Take you sheet, ask him why he think it's overpowered, tell him why you think it isn't and find the middleground. Yes, you might end up weaker. (Which probably doesn't feel nice) But the playing will be more fun.
Granted, but you can't harm it either. You can't eat it, can't even lick it, only smell it. Nothing else tastes as good as it smells, which leaves you lusting for only the sandwich. Oh, and it hovers right in front of you all the time.
I wish my house would stay clean without misplacing stuff or breaking it.
Inspired by spook205:
Granted, but you're his goat now and he keeps touching you with his body full of pus filled blisters
I wish I had a Vacuum Cleaning Robot
Goth Guru wrote:
It will, but it's the one where 4, 10 year olds convinced you to GM a My Little Pony game. They will murder your favorite villain from that show, then insist on playing epic levels.
That's hillarious!! I work with 10 year olds
Like St Drake said, the paladin would fit that bill. As soon as they smite they certainly have the wow-factor. If you would want to play it you should look at the party as well. If everyone is chaotic, and "playing" with the law is a big part of the fun you'll be in for some serious discussion or you might want to go an other way.
Not exactly the inspiration you asked for, but I hope it helps. (I write most of my characters inspired on the they're in, so I don't think that helps.) What always inspired me when i was writing the world, where pictures of places on earth. I made a whole adventure with inspiration from those pointy rocks in madagascar, a hell mouth that looks like one of those acid pits, a fairy lair based on the Marble Caves in Chile. If you google weirdest, most beautiful or spectacular places on earth you'll get images with the stories just leaping out of them. (A least for me.)
Do you have an idea what you want to play yet? Or was that the actual question?
Me and two friends once got close to the entrance with the ranger we had back then, all of a sudden he started to talk gibberish, screaming at things that weren't there in a languish so gruesome I've never heard anything like it. We had to knock him out to drag him back to the village. He seemed to have calmed down so we left him at his house.
Or: Do you know mad Gary? He wasn't always mad, go ask him. I don't even want to talk about that place.
I agree with a lot that's already said here.