Just to give a bit of the snapshot of what is already in the mix.
The KGB- Elf Rogue
Back to thinking where I can fit in.
If I missed you sorry. There were a few who rolled stats but
DM Hell's Fox wrote:
Bazzle was hoping he would want to eat the mask.
When the creature reemerges from the wall. Bazzle pops the top of the acid, holds the metal mask out hoping to draw the creature to him and offer it to him like a snack to a dog in a possibly fool hardy attempt to get the creature to swallow the acid.
DM Hell's Fox wrote:
Is the above my action or is it a new round.
There's a simple reason to go human according to the fluff. Shoanti, the tribal people the Thunder and Fang feats are attributed to in Golarion, have a massive grudge against orcs. So a half orc learning the style would be much rarer. That's just a fluff reason though, and a story can be made to explain a half orc learning the style. Or the in setting heritage of the feat can be ignored.
Yeah I am going to either be a Shoanti human or a half-orc (half-Shoanti) for precisely that reason.
As for pounce of course!
I thought about Viking but I figured straight Barbarian because you want to rage in the barfight at level one . . . if your going to be a Barbarian ;)
I am putting together a Thunder and Fang Barbarian for an upcoming run at the Rise of the Rune Lords.
I was thinking of either human or half-orc.
I am aware that half-orc will delay actually using Thunder and Fang but I was trying to figure if which way would be interesting.
I have never really played a barbarian I have played a lot of clerics and several scoundrel characters and rangers.
Any reasons fluff or crunch to go one way or the other?
Anything that is easy to miss your first time running a Barb.
DM Hell's Fox wrote:
I wouldn't have guessed Greek as a second language, even for bible classes (I would've assumed Latin only). You couldn't have used your Bible Major in the church?
For protestants Greek is more significant that Latin. The Old Testament was written in Hebrew. The New Testament was written in Greek with some pieces in Aramaic. Latin becomes significant in the centuries following because with the rise of the Church in Rome and Latin being the language of the day.
Yes the Bible degree is handy and often necessary for working in church but the average church is about its weekly programs, helping the community and caring for its people (ideally). Knowing greek is an almost purely scholarly endeavor and is part of the education track that aims at a masters or doctorate.
I am considering crafting, buying and or printing up some various game aids. I mostly play right now and am DMing less. As such much of my terrain building space is my kids' Lego space. Also my DM started using a TV (which is really cool). We have been talking about ways to make equipment management simpler and less of a drag. Do any of you find item cards (or cards in general) helpful to the flow of the game or is it a new thing to purchase/create/keep up with that adds very little.
Jubal Breakbottle wrote:
Oh that was not what I meant more in the "lets give this a run" than "Running a game." Though now that you pointed out I definitely was not clear.
I don't think I have the experience or time to give GM a PBP.
You're right Aeshuura. Infinity had mentioned doing one of the Annialation seasons and I wondered if it was the one I was currently in that he is running. I missed the post above when he said it was the Elemental Evil season. If Bhoors is about to finish the adventures and Chult then he can join Nella further north in Elemental Evil.
Is the AL season you are doing the same one that Bhoors is about to finished?
I would be interested in White Plume too. Thought if it is going to be AL I don't have a level 7 AL character so I would wish you all well and hook up on the next opportunity. If is no AL characters I can play Thumps or fill a role not already covered.
Thanks for holding out for me for awhile. This week got a little crazy for me. I was on the fence about hopping into another game but I knew some of the other players and wanted to give it a go. However rolling up a new healer was slow going for me.
I think the ones you picked look cool. Also thank you to those who put in good words. Congrats to those who made it.
GM Infinity wrote:
GM Infinity offered a chance to join up with your merry band of Giant Slayers. I will be rolling something up.
4d6 ⇒ (5, 4, 2, 4) = 15=13
Wealth: 1d10 ⇒ 1x25+500=525
From what it looks like here a Cleric, Ranger or Bard might be a good choice. I think one of the other players was talking about a Bard so I might look into something divine.
Any suggestions from you who are already playing as to what might help?
I am in a couple of your other games I am taking stabs at all the 5e I can right now sooo. I will have to come up with something for this.
I'm a grognard to an extent so I like my rolls.
4d6 ⇒ (4, 5, 2, 5) = 16=14
Not so bad I will come up with something new (assuming Whispers survives his current battle in another world otherwise he might get reincarnated).
My screen view was page width. I didn't see that. Thank you.
From the Player's Guide:
When you check the PHB the 2 methods are using the array or rolling 4d6 drop the lowest 6 times.
I am cool either way but the guide lists more than one method.
I am looking at the materials now.
Question for the DM
The guide mentions using the standard array or the method from the PHB. Is rolling okay?
This is moving fast. I am still looking through some of the setting info. Trying to come up with something to fit.
Rath, Male Half-orc Barbarian
Looks like a an elven possibly drow enchanter
Any other characters I missed.