This is the IC thread for my Eberron PbP. The OOC thread can be found here. The RG thread can be found here. The current roster of players is. Intro adventure for Eberron by arthur_taylor_2 in Types > Instruction manuals. On a dark and stormy night, the characters discover a dead body in Sharn’s wealthiest district just as the Sharn Watch arrives! To clear their.
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[D&D , Eberron] The Forgotten Forge and beyond
What is the setting for the game eg. Eberron, Forgottenn Forgotten Forge adventure from the campaign setting book and the three modules that follow it. How many Players are you looking for? Will you be taking alternates, and if so, how many? I would prefer Mythweavers character sheets for your submissions. What’s the gaming medium OOTS, chat, e-mail etc. What is the characters’ starting status i. Level 1, 0 XP.
How much gold or other starting funds will the characters begin with? You have three options: Since no starting gold amount is listed for a warmage, if you want to create one, treat their starting gold as 4d4 x 10 or Are there any particular character classes, professions, orders, etc. Connections to Eberron power groups and generally being part of the world are good. What races, subraces, species, etc. Will you allow homebrewed races or species? Homebrew forgtoten than my orcsprobably not.
Specific to not-Eberron settings, uncertain. Members of the standard Eberron races including orcs are preferred. Maximum hit points at first level; after that you can roll or take high-average e. Does your game use alignment? What are your restrictions, if so?
Do you allow multi-classing, or have any particular rules in regards to it? Favored classes matter only as listed under question 9; you can multiclass freely without penalty. Will you be doing all of the die rolling during the course of the game? Will die rolls be altered, or left to the honor system? If players can make die rolls, which ones do they make, how should they make the rolls, and how should they report them?
If so, list and explain them, or provide relevant links to learn about these new rules. Everyone who hasn’t yet lost interest please read: A permanencied spell dispelled is, instead of canceled entirely, suppressed for a number of rounds equal to the dispel check result.
Weapon sizes function as in 3. Orcs replace half-orcs as a playable race. Their stats are as follows: Warblade Treats a dire axe as a martial weapon; can also wield a dire axe in one hand as though it were medium Medium Speed 30 feet Automatic languages: Draconic, Giant, Gnoll, Goblin, and Abyssal.
Orcs can have the Dragonmark of Finding, and House Tharashk is primarily orcs.
Large exotic weapon Cost: Anyone who has either as a class skill has Disable Device as a class skill. Balance, Jump, and Tumble are folded into Acrobatics Dex. Anyone who has any of the three as a class skill has Acrobatics as a class skill. Listen, Search, and Spot are folded into Perception Wis. Anyone who has any of the three as a class skill has Perception as a class skill.
Each rank in Linguistics grants an forgoyten language. Anyone who fotge either as a class skill has Linguistics as a class skill. Linguistics counts as Decipher Script for prestige class or feat prerequisites.
Hide and Move Silently are folded into Sneak Dex. Anyone who has either as a class skill has Sneak as a class skill. Turn Undead does damage as per the variant rules in Complete Divine. Undead with turn resistance subtract that number from the damage that they take from each turn attempt. Greater turning does maximized damage or healing.
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Mindless undead will not attack a negative energy channeler cleric unless specifically ordered to do so, and negative energy channelers can add their effective turning level to any attempts to use social skills on intelligent undead. Sundered magical equipment can be fairly easily repaired and still be magical. If your Intelligence bonus increases permanentlyyou gain new skill points such that you have the total number of skill points you would have had if that had been your Intelligence from the start of your career.
This does not apply to temporary boosts even if you never plan on taking that scarlet and blue ioun stone off. Dire bears are Huge creatures, 20 or more feet long when full grown, with 10 feet of reach. Consider Unarmored Body for warforged a Trait rather than a feat. Please post every 24 hours if you can, even if it’s in the OOC thread to say “my character doesn’t do anything,” so that we’re not waiting for you.
Note that if you go three days without posting, I’ll take a guess at what your character would do and act for you; if you go two weeks without posting or informing me that you’re going to be away for a while, I’ll replace you.
Last edited by Kish; at But the crimes they hope to prevent in the future are imaginary. The ones they commit in the present–they are real. Originally Posted by The Giant. Do you mean that it’s on a 1: Because I fear that it may be a bit too much, even for my tastes.
Although that doesn’t mean I won’t play anyways. Yeah call me empy, and also I am not actually female. To be clear, you are not; you have 75 points to distribute and those are your ability scores so, it would be Color me interested, certainly. I did run the first module several years ago, but as long as that isn’t a problem, I’ll start brainstorming.
The TigerSaw embodies power, strength, and muderous vigilance. I can think of nothing More appropriate than a fearsome TigerSaw. I thought we were adding it to the usual base of 8, because that’s what I’m used to.
I wanted to try a Dragonfire Adept, but that’s out, because of how the dragons run around mostly never interacting with mortals I’ll have to give my RP flavor some thought. Maybe a minor Cannith noble. How high a level do people get to in this one? Just lets me decide if I’m building for a prestige or just throwing together something that’s nifty but maybe doesn’t expect legs.
Chaotic Evil Orc Barbarian as my character of choice since Don’t Go off the Path. Would the mixed mark from ‘dragonmarked’ be allowed? If the characters might hit high enough level, something like dragonmarked heir could be fun. I’m not sure if the children of keyber class would be allowed, even if it’s published on a wotc page. If that’s what you mean, certainly.
You could qualify for Dragonmark Heir at level 4 and take your first level in the prestige class for character level 5, which should be well before the end of the adventure, but note that you can’t qualify for it if you have an Aberrant rather than Least dragonmark, and an Aberrant mark that could heal would need to heal destructively in some way like a lesser Vampiric Touch or Empathic Transfer, are examples that immediately come to mind.
I was thinking of using the Knight class to RP a member of House Deneith who wants to go up in the ranks, and show the rest of the house how a real warrior fights. There’ll be more to it than that, since that would be very generic.
I want to play a primarily healing-focused cleric with a sliding scale towards a proper buffer depending on the general optimisation level preferred. Now, I have at least three pretty obvious questions before I decide in exactly what direction I am heading: How strictly would I have to adhere to the domain lists of a specific deity if I choose to worship one?
I usually prefer that option to worshipping an ideal even though Eberron provides a better setting for that than most though I’ll probably end up a Vassal anyway and this question will likely be pointless. For example, would it be OK if I worshipped a deity that normally grants access to the Magic domain but chose instead to take the Spell domain obviously theme factors into it, and obviously any such substitution would have to be approved? Would you allow re-fluffed versions of options PrC’s, feats For example, while the PrC Radiant Servant of Pelor might be considered inappropriate for an Eberron campaign, would the mechanical PrC be permissible for a follower of, say, Dol Arrah again, of course every single variant would have to be specifically approved, I am fishing for your general feel for the idea, mostly?
Last edited by TheDragonmaster; at Until further notice, expect sporadic breaks in posting. Interested, though part of me will wish that this could be Pathfinder. Knight isn’t exactly set, though.