MuthSera wrote:All characters have NO alignment. You are not good, evil, chaotic, lawful, or neutral.. However!
You are good for purposes of becoming a paladin, and evil for purposes of becoming a dread necromancer.(But not at the same time.)
malekith wrote:i think i'll either go human, tiefling or possibly vamp or maaaaybe a lycanthrope.
Pax wrote:Voice of the Rules-Guru-On-The-Sidelines for a moment, if I might:
One presumes that the whole "for the purposes of becoming a(n) [_insert class here_]" idea extends to ALL alignment restrictions by Class, yes? So long as you don't take classes with contradictory alignment requirements?
For example: Monks must be Lawful. Bards must be non-Lawful. Barbarians must be non-Lawful. So a Monk/Barbarian is not possible, nor is a Monk/Bard ... but a Bard/Barbarian is.
Meanwhile, a Warlock must be Chaotic and/or Evil (thus, LE, NE, CE, CN, and CG are all allowed). So a Monk/Warlock is possible (LE), but a Paladin/Warlock is not (Paladins must be LG, Warlocks cannot be LG).
Cmdr I. Heartly Noah wrote:1) What system are we using for stat generation?
2) I have no idea how to make a character with one "race" level.
1> Point buy. 32 points. Don't roll stats until I tell you to. I'll tell you to when you pick a class. This is important.
MuthSera wrote:and shouldn't go starting any fights, yet. If you must? Be careful. <:3 God speed, young pumpkin.
Pax wrote:Cmdr I. Heartly Noah wrote:Humanoid, eh? Is it not cool to play Warforged?
And Tieflings / Aasimar would be Outsiders.
Lothmar wrote:Pax wrote:Cmdr I. Heartly Noah wrote:Humanoid, eh? Is it not cool to play Warforged?
And Tieflings / Aasimar would be Outsiders.
But they are still 'humanoid' outsiders. Just like how orcs are 'monsterous humanoid'. Basically anything bipedal that can be mistaken for a human from a long distance, is usually humanoid.
Pax wrote:If I may be so bold ...?
I think you are overcomplicating your game, in terms of how Class Levels are being selected. Here's my alternate suggestion, which will have almost exactly the same effect:MAKING A CHARACTER
- Attributes are determined with the Point-buy rules, spending no more than 32 points.
- No race with a Level Adjustment greater than +1 may be selected.
- Level Adjustment does not apply ... yet.
- All characters begin play with 2 levels of the Commoner class.
- You may not select any feat which is restricted to 1st level or "beginning characters only".
- You do NOT get quadruple skill points at first level. Tough luck.
- You start with precisely 2hp, plus two hit-dice worth of your Constitution bonus. Tough luck, again.
- If you have a level adjustment, then all Attack, Skill, and Saving Throw rolls are made with a -1 penalty. Sucks to be you.
REACHING LEVEL THREE
- You will acquire one level of a normal Adventurer class (Fighter, Bard, Wizard, etc).
- Your feat for this level can be any feat normally restricted to first-level characters.
- You DO get quadruple the usual number of skill points.
- You get maximum hit points for your hit die.
- If you have a level adjustment, you continue to suffer a -1 penalty on all Attack, Skill, and Saving Throw rolls. it still sucks to be you.
REACHING LEVEL FOUR
- If you had a level adjustment, you do not gain a class level. Instead, your ECL rises by 1, and you begin using the normal rules for Level-Adjusted races. On the other hand, no more -1 penalty, huzzah!
- Everyone else follows the normal rules for character advancement. Lucky them.
LEVEL FIVE AND BEYOND
- Normal rules apply from here on out.
The advantage is, noone will LOSE anything for getting their first level ... eventually everything becomes normal and by-the-book ... and most people can answer their own questions about creatign and advancing their charactr, just by opening the PHB.
Pax wrote:Well, lothmar ... are YOU human??
Lothmar wrote:So, if we did pick a race other then human. Were we human before the 'incident' or that particular race? Figured that could be some good RP material if a guy went from a human to a goblin. XD
Raigne wrote:Lothmar wrote:So, if we did pick a race other then human. Were we human before the 'incident' or that particular race? Figured that could be some good RP material if a guy went from a human to a goblin. XD
You're roleplaying yourself. So you were human before the crash, you may still be human after if you pick that as your race, but you can be something else, like a goblin.
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