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Yes he did....not what I was hoping for, but that's how it goes ;)
In those situations I would allow them to take the appropriate racial language...so for example an Aasimar born to Elf parents would gain Elven as a language.
I'll second that !!! Where did this come from OSW???
Dark folk( I almost put these in my original list but wasn't sure about all the weird sub species but i like nighttree's idea)
I did a homebrew, using the race builder guide...created the race as small...with an alternate racial ability of medium (same RP cost).And then just used the "Role" format for each sub-species ;)
We simply house rule that all characters gain their ethnic language.As all of the "Bastard" races are supposedly born to a human...they have an ethnicity that should be accounted for by language.
I guess I expected some information on how the core seven differed in the inner sea, but more expansion on races not so often used as PC characters (Drow, Changelings, Gillmen, Darkfolk, Strix, etc...etc...)
Tom Rex wrote:
Well my interest level just tanked substantially...Don't get me wrong, I would love more information on...for example Mordant Spire Elves.....but all in all the core races are heavily covered by existing books...they hardly need yet another book.
captain yesterday wrote:
So what a girl cant be strong? Or be decked out in magic gear?
Sure a girl can be strong...I just don't think Sorshen happens to be one of them ;) I may revise that opinion if they release an image of her at 6+ feet tall and built like the she-hulk...but until then I'll assume that she had something in the average Azlanti woman's strength range...and as a wizard used items and spells to buff herself same as Karzoug ;)
Giving a low level PC the magic items of a Runelord would be WAAAAY over the top in my opinion....BYMMV
Turtle broaches actually pin to the fabric itself...they usually have one or more decorative chains or ropes that "baubles" are hung upon ;)
Here is some real world example...here
See the oval metal pins holding the straps to the aprons on many of the dresses...those are turtle broaches (shaped like a turtle shell), then there are strands of beads and such that drape across the front :)
We just entered chapter two of the Shattered Star...
And I (as DM) am having a bit of "suspension of disbelief" issue with the possible "Sorshens clone" scenerio.
The problem I am having is how ability scores are handled in the event someone ends up in the clone....
The situation is abnormal...in that generally the way clone works...you end up with more or less the same ability scores you had....but in this case although you are modified to full-blooded Azlanti (no real problem) a characters base ability scores could be way off the mark in comparison to the ability scores....
For example...we have several PC's who's Strength score is MUCH higher than I can see Sorshens physical body having...especially after a +2 boost.I just can't see some guy with a 17 Strength...ending up in the clone and having a 19 strength as a result...when Sorshen was probably no where near that strong...
I am thinking of taking a page from Reincarnation....and setting the physical ability scores (Str, Dex, Con) and then allowing the PC's unmodified mental ability scores (Int, Wis, Cha) the +2 boost (for being full blooded Azlanti)...and giving the body the benefit of the "Rune of the Mistress" tattoo (3/day touch atk, -4 on all will saves vs Enchantment spells for 24 hours)
Does that sound like a fair trade ?
Although it's not so clear in the images..I would do "turtle broaches" to keep it pinned in place...there almost looks like something along those lines in the images (see the decorative U shaped broaches) ???
Also looks like the "stiffer" shoulder padding is part of the cloak rather than part of the dress...
Correction..." If a held item is restored to unbroken condition, it becomes broken again the following round."
Both Mending and Make whole specifically call out repairing HP as the means to remove the broken condition....
The Craft skill can be used to repair broken objects...but does not specifically call out repairing HP damage to the object...
Ya, that's what's throwing me....0-O
It specifically call out "being repaired" which to my mind means restoring HP damage...
I will bet good money that the creator of the guide (all of them actually) is probably sick to tears with trying to keep the guide updated with new information as it comes out.....So definitely deserves a "shout out" of appreciation for all the hours he has put in to keeping it up to date....
These guides are invaluable to many of us when creating characters...