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Lurker wrote:I just noticed we have a 1/2 Orc Barb and a 1/2 Hob Druid. If we are going for a more rustic/rural party than my Swashbuckler will fit, do I need to change characters?

I do have an idea for a rural rustic knight/sheriff type if he'll fit with those character concepts.

I was looking forward to play testing my character class, but not at the cost of hampering everyone else's characters.

Let me know & I'll pull the trigger asap on the other character.

Oh yeah, if I do play the swashbuckler, don't count on me being the moral compose ... He is tooo impish for that ! ;)
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Also, I assume that there is a city guard, besides the military units you mentioned, tasked with stopping the smuggling, policing the streets (above and beyond the 100 lancers restationed into small town) and guarding the counsel. If not I'll modify the history accordingly.
Let me dig into a little further. There is a book for Zoa so some of that may be mentioned. I'll try to look at it today.

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Character posted :)

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Those are some great backgrounds. We should be able to do something with those.

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Aramis wrote:
Lurker wrote:I just noticed we have a 1/2 Orc Barb and a 1/2 Hob Druid. If we are going for a more rustic/rural party than my Swashbuckler will fit, do I need to change characters?
We generally stick to a "play whatever would be the most fun for you" rule.
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What Aramis said.
Rgr that, I just wanted to check an make sure an urbane wine drinker wouldn't rub the rustic rubes the wrong way :lol:


Rigon wrote:

Let me dig into a little further. There is a book for Zoa so some of that may be mentioned. I'll try to look at it today.

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Rigon wrote:Those are some great backgrounds. We should be able to do something with those.

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I was going to say the same. Looks like we have some enthusiastic players!

Too bad the whole thing will blow up# in a TPK in the third room of the first dungeon :lol:

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Aramis wrote:
Rigon wrote:Those are some great backgrounds. We should be able to do something with those.

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I was going to say the same. Looks like we have some enthusiastic players!

Too bad the whole thing will blow up# in a TPK in the third room of the first dungeon :lol:

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Yeah, over the years I have pared my backgrounds down; I figure at level 1 I am pretty much a dumbass, like I was every 5 years ago. My background will come from my deeds.

That, and with my stats I will fail my save and die. Sometimes I wonder if I should bother naming the poor blighters.
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Aergraith wrote:
That, and with my stats I will fail my save and die. Sometimes I wonder if I should bother naming the poor blighters.
Don't be so optimistic Aergraith :P

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Rigon wrote:So, I've been thinking, I really can't stand using Roll20, so I'm going to go back to MapTools.
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Now that's what I like to hear.

I thought I would prolly never game online again, if everypeep was going to run roll20.

Anywho, thinking about playing if you'll have me.

Not familair with Kingdoms of Kalamar - not that it matters.

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Kayolan wrote:
Aergraith wrote:
That, and with my stats I will fail my save and die. Sometimes I wonder if I should bother naming the poor blighters.
Don't be so optimistic Aergraith :P
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Rhuvein wrote:
Rigon wrote:So, I've been thinking, I really can't stand using Roll20, so I'm going to go back to MapTools.
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Now that's what I like to hear.

I thought I would prolly never game online again, if everypeep was going to run roll20.

Anywho, thinking about playing if you'll have me.

Not familair with Kingdoms of Kalamar - not that it matters.

Rhu. :)
Now we're really getting the gang back together!

Huzzah!

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Aramis wrote:
Rhuvein wrote:
Rigon wrote:So, I've been thinking, I really can't stand using Roll20, so I'm going to go back to MapTools.
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Now that's what I like to hear.

I thought I would prolly never game online again, if everypeep was going to run roll20.

Anywho, thinking about playing if you'll have me.

Not familair with Kingdoms of Kalamar - not that it matters.

Rhu. :)
Now we're really getting the gang back together!

Huzzah!
Indeed.

I'll be packing loads of dried poutine, marijuana brownies, switchblades, fire amber, and some raindeer jerky, so we'll never be without sustenance! Oh yeah, I do have this strange helm that was left to me by my grandad! Not sure how it works, but I'll practice with it before we set sail!

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Aramis wrote:
Rhuvein wrote:
Rigon wrote:So, I've been thinking, I really can't stand using Roll20, so I'm going to go back to MapTools.
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Now that's what I like to hear.

I thought I would prolly never game online again, if everypeep was going to run roll20.

Anywho, thinking about playing if you'll have me.

Not familair with Kingdoms of Kalamar - not that it matters.

Rhu. :)
Now we're really getting the gang back together!

Huzzah!
Well, I've never run a party of 8 before, but I'm willing to give it a try. Get a character rolled up and we'll see what kind of damage I can inflict on you mugs.

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Hmmm.. with the changes in .91 I might be able to host Maptools....
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Treebore wrote:Hmmm.. with the changes in .91 I might be able to host Maptools....
That would be sweet.

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Rigon wrote:Well, I've never run a party of 8 before, but I'm willing to give it a try. Get a character rolled up and we'll see what kind of damage I can inflict on you mugs.
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Are you sure? Didn't realize how many player you had or I probably wouldn't have asked. :oops:
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Rhuvein wrote:
Rigon wrote:Well, I've never run a party of 8 before, but I'm willing to give it a try. Get a character rolled up and we'll see what kind of damage I can inflict on you mugs.
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Are you sure? Didn't realize how many player you had or I probably wouldn't have asked. :oops:
Get your damned character posted! ;) I'll make it work.

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Rhuvein wrote:
Rigon wrote:Well, I've never run a party of 8 before, but I'm willing to give it a try. Get a character rolled up and we'll see what kind of damage I can inflict on you mugs.
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Are you sure? Didn't realize how many player you had or I probably wouldn't have asked. :oops:
It's true we have a large group of good players already (plus Aramis) but we don't have anyone to smoke pipes, jump on tables, or micturate in taverns provoking all-in bar brawls. So your options are wide open :lol:

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Aramis wrote:
Rhuvein wrote:
Rigon wrote:Well, I've never run a party of 8 before, but I'm willing to give it a try. Get a character rolled up and we'll see what kind of damage I can inflict on you mugs.
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Are you sure? Didn't realize how many player you had or I probably wouldn't have asked. :oops:
It's true we have a large group of good players already (plus Aramis) but we don't have anyone to smoke pipes, jump on tables, or micturate in taverns provoking all-in bar brawls. So your options are wide open :lol:
Right, that bastard micturater Jaybird is not in the game. Oh well, I guess I can try and step up (as it were - on to said tables)! Hmm, let's see gnome or halfling? Decisions, decision! ;)
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Rigon wrote:
Rhuvein wrote:
Rigon wrote:Well, I've never run a party of 8 before, but I'm willing to give it a try. Get a character rolled up and we'll see what kind of damage I can inflict on you mugs.
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Are you sure? Didn't realize how many player you had or I probably wouldn't have asked. :oops:
Get your damned character posted! ;) I'll make it work.

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Name: Herald Bluetooth
Race: Dwarf
Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
Deity: The Storm Lord, Taglek
"He who can grasp the lightning rides the storm!"
Class/Level: Warrior Priest 1
ExP: 0
Languages: common, dwarven, gnome, goblinoid, halfling, elven, ogrish, giant, troll

Description: Tall, thin, light skin and very good looking. No facial or ass hair

STR: 11
DEX: 13 +1
CON: 13 +1
INT: 10
WIS: 18 +3 P
CHA: 16 +2 P

HP: 9
AC: 19
BtH:
# Atts:
Percept:
Speed: 20
Size: S
Fate:

Racial Traits:

Animosity to unknown elves ~ -2 to CHA checks
Deepvision
Determine depth and direction
Bth +1 against goblins/orcs
+4 to AC against giants/ogres
+3 bonus vs. arcane magic
+2 bonus vs. fear
+2 bonus vs. poison
Stonecraft (WIS), +2 or +4 for active

Class Abilities:

Spell casting
Turn undead

Weapons:

Large mace 1d10
War hammer 1D8
Light crossbow 1D6
Dagger (X2) 1 D4
Aclys 1D4

Armor:

Chain mail

Magic Items:

1 flask of holy water
Helm of Brilliance

Spells:

0
Detect chaos/evil/good/law
Detect magic
Light

1
Bless
Sound burst (bonus spell)

Additional bonus spells upon level advancement

Equip:

20 bolts of arrows
20 silver tipped bolts
1 quiver
backpack
blanket
diggery-do
bedroll
holy symbol
waterskin
wineskin
rations
tinder box
flint & steel
bandages X5
walrus
flask
liquor X10 shots
wine
cheese
pipe
tobacco
sewing kit
cloak
boots

Treasure
pp:
gp: 1
sp: 10
cp: 10
gems:

Notes:

Char sheet not quite complete
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Rhu, let me know which god you plan on worshiping and I'll get you more info for your character.

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Rigon wrote:Rhu, let me know which god you plan on worshiping and I'll get you more info for your character.

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The Storm Lord!
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OK, this is always fun rolling up a new character.

Using C&C dice, colored PH, PC ref sheets and will use my Player's Chronicle booklet!

Game on! :)
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Rhuvein wrote:
Rigon wrote:Rhu, let me know which god you plan on worshiping and I'll get you more info for your character.

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The Storm Lord!
I'll get it out to you soon.

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Aramis wrote:
Rhuvein wrote:
Rigon wrote:Well, I've never run a party of 8 before, but I'm willing to give it a try. Get a character rolled up and we'll see what kind of damage I can inflict on you mugs.
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Are you sure? Didn't realize how many player you had or I probably wouldn't have asked. :oops:
It's true we have a large group of good players already (plus Aramis) but we don't have anyone to smoke pipes, jump on tables, or micturate in taverns provoking all-in bar brawls. So your options are wide open :lol:

Hello, swashbuckler .... oh there will be jumping on tables and brawls a plenty !!!! :lol:
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Aergraith wrote:Yeah, over the years I have pared my backgrounds down; I figure at level 1 I am pretty much a dumbass, like I was every 5 years ago. My background will come from my deeds.

That, and with my stats I will fail my save and die. Sometimes I wonder if I should bother naming the poor blighters.

I'll admit that this has to be one of the best if not the best set of stats I ever rolled. However, I'm sure my luck will change the first critical save I have to make ... exactly what happens when you fumble a save ..... :)
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Lurker wrote:
Aramis wrote:
Rhuvein wrote:
Rigon wrote:Well, I've never run a party of 8 before, but I'm willing to give it a try. Get a character rolled up and we'll see what kind of damage I can inflict on you mugs.
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Are you sure? Didn't realize how many player you had or I probably wouldn't have asked. :oops:
It's true we have a large group of good players already (plus Aramis) but we don't have anyone to smoke pipes, jump on tables, or micturate in taverns provoking all-in bar brawls. So your options are wide open :lol:

Hello, swashbuckler .... oh there will be jumping on tables and brawls a plenty !!!! :lol:
but what of the micturating?

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Aramis wrote:
Lurker wrote:
Hello, swashbuckler .... oh there will be jumping on tables and brawls a plenty !!!! :lol:
but what of the micturating?

Well that had me for a bit, I had to look up the definition for it ... As I'm better bread there will be less of that than the tables and brawls. Unless Rigon plays dirty and puts someone from a specific family in the bar. Then ....... all bets are off.
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Lurker wrote:
Aramis wrote:
Lurker wrote:
Hello, swashbuckler .... oh there will be jumping on tables and brawls a plenty !!!! :lol:
but what of the micturating?

Well that had me for a bit, I had to look up the definition for it ... As I'm better bread there will be less of that than the tables and brawls. Unless Rigon plays dirty and puts someone from a specific family in the bar. Then ....... all bets are off.
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