Really my last question on this post...
I think the more you spin this, the worse it looks. Talk to your gamers, find out where it stopped being fun for everyone, fix it, and enjoy.
I did mean the loreclass prestige type.Preliminary character concept, TN wizard, female, slave that was a sole survivor or some sort of raid. So not runaway, but no one has legal ownership. Likes to not be noticed. Hides her bodyshape? Was told she could write her ticket, so she did. wrote a letter of recomendeation to wizard for herseld. Let the DM decide if caught.
First time i have done this, (PB-internet) Does DM decide gold?
Seems that the DM and the Party had a breakdown on communications. Remeber when you have that long talk that you have to listen as much as they do. Maybe you guys need a break, i bet there are a lot of heated emotions going on.
I have only used the forgery skill for 3.5 a few times. When I have done it, it has benefited the party, and been a blast to role play.
LOLbe careful. "Good Rolepplayers" (those who can play well) you sure you want a Paladin to become an AP? Becuase that is what could happen here.
IT seems that there are two issues.
There are arguments for the party and against the party. At the time, I bet they thought they were doing the right thing. I bet they will still argue their point.
I know what you mean. I was challenged to play a good character. THis module may not have been the best oppurtuntity for it.
The party currently consists of a very evil thief, a person who is a warewolf, and 3 more normal characters.
Rather than deal with the roleplaying problem of a paladin in a slave-society, i let him stay dead.
With all the games that we have played, i have never backstabbed a partymember, never done anything harmfull to another party member, and have always worked towards helping the party group.
Everyone in this group has played flamboyant characters...
I loved that series.
Its one reason why i was interested in this module.
I am the player that Gina is referring to.
So while it has become a joke that i play evil, i just let it go.
Through a combination of bad group plannning, and DM's luck with the dice, my Paladin died a heroic death, fighting the good fight.
Finding out we were going to katapesh (sp), i was concerned about how a LG paladin should act in a slave capturing selling environment.
Gina posted a queation on these forums. Here is the particulars.
Rather than get into a fight, i decided to come up with another character. A mage who would use zombies as power sources for water wells in the deserst.
But that appears to be too disruptive.
So i wanted to play a wizard that is a slave-trader.
I have not read that Katapesh (sp) has had slave revolts, so i figured that they have trained them to be complient. I wanted a gaurd for my character in case it got to bad.
I had read a discusion in this board about buying slaves so i thought i would inquire.
I find slavery one of the most abhorent things possible, and i to find it odd to discuss it, but we are playing a module where it exists. I deny the charge of wanting to push anybodies buttons. I want to play a character that is a benefit to the party.