My GM told us to have a back-up character ready, fluff wise someone that the group knows and is nearby for easy insertion into the game. I'm running a CG dwarf barbarian 1 / fighter 1 / rogue 3 that's been a hoot - some stereotypical dwarf mixed in with the irreverent chaotic part of the alignment.
So my backup I decided would be a more conservative older brother - either:
What am I missing? Any other monkly options I should try out? I might just play Middle if Youngest dies, and then Eldest if Middle dies too, to get the full range of monk archetypes. :)
We rolled 4d6: 11 13 14 15 15 16
I appreciate any advice & tips. Hopefully Youngest brother won't die anytime soon, but we'll see how deadly the next adventure will be (we lost an Elf Oracle this last time).
I have a wizard with a longsword arcane bond ~ the visual/theme is Morrolan e'Drien (Brust novels) or Elric of Melnibone (Moorcock) ~ and in a few months or so when he hits level 11 instead of Crafting a Staff, I'd really like to have the sword be like a staff.
Any reasons a longsword couldn't be used like a staff? Has anyone done anything like this? I don't need the sword to be a magical weapon really, it'd be nicer to have it be a versatile staff with stored spells.
Hey guys, I am in a group that only gets to meet like 1/month, and plays SW, Eberron, M&M and others. We are planning on using (some) Pathfinder RPG for the GM's next Eberron campaign buuuuut I would much love to find a weekly or biweekly (would settle for monthly) group more devoted to hard-core Paizo, specifically a Pathfinder adventure path using the Alpha/Beta rules.
Anybody like that in the greater Richmond VA area? :)