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Venture-Lieutenant, Texas—Austin 313 posts (1,898 including aliases). No reviews. 1 list. No wishlists. 29 Organized Play characters. 4 aliases.


Full Name

count von Chocula

Race

chocolate vampire

Classes/Levels

tasty with milk 3/ stale in two days 2

Gender

cereal box

Size

medium

Age

23

Special Abilities

sleep anywhere, fall out of airplanes,

Alignment

LE

Deity

goverment

Location

fort bragg

Languages

english

Occupation

civil servent

About countchocula

personal memos:
games

30 oct Lost at bitter end (dragons lair credit not received)*

17 Nov Frostfur captives (dragons lair credit not received)*

24 nov Mantis' prey (dragons lair credit not received)*
*= repeat event code

MY event code (paul game)57425

started dec 2014

Character starting packet , char sheet / its, day jobs, faction cards!

subtier season8:
Divide the total number of character levels by the number of characters in the party, rounding to the nearest whole number. If the result of the average party level calculation ends with 0.5, the players should decide whether to round up or down. Scenarios in Seasons 0 through 3 were designed for four characters. For these scenarios, if the APL is between subtiers, a party of six or seven characters must play the higher subtier. Parties with four or five characters must play the lower subtier. Starting with Season 4, scenarios were designed for six characters and contained methods to adjust for tables with four players. When the APL of a table is between two subtiers (like APL 3 for a Tier 1–5 scenario), a party of four characters must play the lower tier without any adjustments for party size. A party of five to seven characters whose APL falls between two subtiers must play the higher tier with the four-character adjustments found throughout the scenario. In the fringe case where there are no PCs that are high enough level to have reached the subtier level (such as a party of six 3rd-level characters), the group can decide to play the lower subtier.