Yeah, there were problems with the background, I think I covered the prestige class I was using before in a different PM so that should be taken care of. We never really decided if he was going to be a student or a teacher, I remember saying if a position for medicine or poison, if not assassination, came up as a class then I would make him a teacher.
I was doing a runaway assassin teacher, a mute, running from his former organization if I remember correctly.
Well I'm back now, after a long and tedious battle with an enemy known throughout the land by the vile name of paperwork, and it appears I've missed out on a few things.
Oh, lyn, I might not have gotten that reply about my teacher from a while back, I haven't seen it although my laptop is acting a little weird at the campus ever since I got into college so that might be the reason. Could you send the last reply you gave me again?
I'm gonna take a stab at editing the forging of the chainblade, should've taken about 5-6 hours total, with the guard, hilt, and blade taking 3-4 and the engine and re-making taking 2-3 hours.
p.s. should I wait until Carl is finished and just say my character is teaching him how to forge one of his weapons before starting on it himself, or edit now?
If I have to edit, I will, though I'd be waiting for Carl, didn't really say how long it took to do each step so that's my bad
True, I couldn't make it from scratch that fast, but most of the stuff was pre-made, all that really needed to be made was the blade, hilt, and guard. which would've taken some time. However, Carl's will be made from scratch.
To become familiar with a weapon, one needs to forge it with their own hands
Uh...question...what about the Bolter, Heavy Bolter, or the Lascannon?
That solves every conceivable issue I had about making it, thanks Ice, although it still needs a powersource and a 'switch' to activate it and get the blade running...hmmm
They are supposed to be diamond tipped, or at least reinforced in such a way as to remain sharp, but that's if Lyere has the materials to make them. The favor he's going to Carl about is to find parts, and scraps of metal to use
Think on it Ice, both could be fun but don't regret your decision later. As long as you don't run out of food sources (plants, animals,...people) if you decide to go with either of the two options, just make sure that doesn't happen.
As a swordwraith you keep all abilities you had in the previous life, with a little memory loss around the time of death.
As a ghost, if you have the Ghostwalk book, you can go down one or possibly several of the paths, one I would suggest for a visage would be the Haunt path. If you convert a class to a ghost class that is. It's a type of ghost that feeds by changing its form and scaring others with its appearance.
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His soul is ignored by the gods entirely, so this is somewhat of an option, if the anti-energy actually had something to feed on.
There was also a second option, turn Adon into a ghost made of this energy, and have him feed on things to survive a few times a day. it's a double-edged sword, but it opens up new possibilities for the character and a new path to walk down should that be chosen.
If the swordwraith option is chosen, depending on the purpose to remain in his body, the energy can feed off of his enemies, his body (which can be taken care of with various non-magical means to prevent destruction), or his surroundings.
Of course this is up to you.
Oh, that will make things easier to explain then.
Who says Adon has to stay dead with that on his mind? What I mean to say is that if Adon has all of that going through his head at his time of death, could it be possible for him to become a ghost made of this anti-energy? or perhaps a swordwraith given their disposition to stay after death until a pledge or purpose has been fulfilled?