Greeting everyone. So my players(level 7-8, 4 total) have stumbled across an old lost temple complex of a dead God of the sun. And I was thinking of making a vampiric phase spider to be cursed to guard this lost tomb, and the party will have to deal with it. What do y'all think would be some interesting ideas to change up from the basics of vampire. They've encountered some spawn she created from the guards who served an evil priest whom they followed to the temple, and i changed them to instead of having energy drain they spit webs (as the web spell). I wanna do some interesting stuff with the phase spider though, any ideas are welcome. I was also thinking of dropping a few level of sorcerer or maybe an occult class on the spider. Give me some good ideas y'all. Thanks.
I agree with the more plant types. Yellow musk creeper and zombies would be fun. As for other stuff how about catfolk? We have one but how about maybe a robed one (caster type). My youngin loves to play khajiit in the elder scrolls games and her catfolk kineticist doesn't quite look right with the repaint of a catfolk attacking with a sword. Some drow would be cool also especially common foot soldiers and maybe some heavy armored elite types. Shoanti would be a welcome addition. Rat folk would be also. I dunno there's so many I could put on a wish list. So far I'm loving em all.
Oh and someone mentioned grippili I did a Kickstarter a year or 2 ago with a company called Stonehaven miniatures just to get some grippili they offered. They're great and I am sure they have an online store somewhere. They'll do until we get some prepainted.
Hello all. I'm looking for ideas on a special aboleth horror my pc's will soon encounter in my homebrew world. They have no idea about aboleths as all aberrations in my world have been locked away in another plane for many generations and recently the seals were broken allowing them to return. I do have rules lawyers in my group who I'm sure have read about them so I'm looking for something different. Any ideas I can use? Thanks a lot y'all. It's gonna be based on a repaint of the aboleth slime Mage mini.
I believe after dealing with Ed for so many years carol knew what buttons to push to get drunk Pete to act a fool and he did. I loved the finale but all I've read for weeks is "it's gonna make ya sad and make ya mad" (the finale). Why? There wasn't a "big event". We all knew rick was gonna kill Pete eventually and Glenn once again came out of an impossible situation battered but alive.
I believe all of the Jedi knights and masters all were killed off but that possibly many padawans (who hadn't mastered the force yet) were still around and possibly part of the rebel alliance. They may have used the force sparingly and chose not to possess light sabers since such a weapon would single them out as jedi(ish) and the empire without a doubt had bounties on anyone with Jedi training. That's always been my thoughts and kinda goes along with Kanan still being around (he's learning too). And to be honest I didn't like rebels at first but it grew on me and now I thinks it's pretty good.
In my homebrew the town my players currently inhabit has the normal guards and even low-level wizard bands (the town is ruled by a wizardly kingdom). Unknown to them (so far) is the wizards keep clockwork soldiers (many) as 'shock troops' to be called out in times of need. And they can always be supported by other clockwork constructs. Very similar to the town in Dungeon Siege III. Can't remember the name.
In my homebrew only clerics of the god of the dead are allowed to raise/ resurrect the dead and the ones with that power are few and far between. I like that it makes my players more cautious with their beloved players instead of being all slash and kill and no fear. That's my personal preference for my games tho it may not be for everyone.
Greetings all. Quick question. Has Paizo or a 3pp created a lizardfolk type monster/race that dwells in desert regions? I got a bunch of lizardfolk minis for Christmas and wanna paint em as something different and use em in my desert campaign I have coming soon. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
anyone ever play a game for the snes called "the secret of mana"? Great game back in the day. And as for the 80's it was all about the cartoons. Akira and Vampire Hunter D were some old faves I seen by accident on one of the movie channels I think when we first got cable and spent years looking for em. Living in the country there wasn't a mall or video store locally where I could get stuff.
I'd like to see some of the core races in a monster codex type book. Like "elven guard" or "dwarf miners" and such. I know these are fairly easy to stat up but unfortunately my time is limited as I'm sure a lot of gm's is. These stats aren't always needed but would be nice to be able to look up in case of the good guys not getting along all the time.
How about a kingdom of savages on an open tundra led by a great barbarian king or something similar. They use elephants and all manner of plains beasts in their ranks. The other kingdom being a religious kingdom the only catch is their main "god" who is revered as their master is a dead god and the divine casters have no spell abilities, but rule through faith and the occasional trickery of the "common folk".