Games from end of May 2013 onwards

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Re: Games from end of May 2013 onwards

Postby Lewis » Wed Jun 05, 2013 12:10 am

Oh poop! The combination of Illumian and Duskblade won't work at all - Illumians are born multi-classers - the absolute last thing you want to be as a Duskblade.

Back to the drawing board. :(

Either Illumian necro-priest (but seems like the party has that covered) or some sort of fighter class.

Playing: Telford: Dark Heresy.
Running: Cannock: Legends of Corwyn/D&D, Telford: Forgotten Realms: Heroes of Faerûn/D&D.
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Re: Games from end of May 2013 onwards

Postby Lewis » Thu Jun 06, 2013 12:05 am

Well, if Brodie's reading this - I assume Duskblade class from PHB2 is OK and the feat "Knowledge Devotion" from Complete Champion is also OK?

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Re: Games from end of May 2013 onwards

Postby Lewis » Fri Jun 07, 2013 9:02 pm

I fancy playing a Dwarf Duskblade. Edwyn's rolled the ability scores for me:
17, 9, 17, 11, 13, 16.

Which comes out as: Str 17, Dex 16, Con 15, Int 17, Wis 11, Cha 7.

His feat will be "Knowledge Devotion".

Uthgar Bloodaxe, son of Balin, son of Varn, son of Gror Foehammer of clan Ungart - Background

Even as a young dwarf, Uthgar had an enquiring mind and a love of intellectual freedom – the freedom to ask whatever questions he wanted and to pursue whatever interested him. Coupled with his brusque manner and lack of respect for authority, it was inevitable that Uthgar struggled to fit into the rigidly ordered Dwarven society. He at least distinguished himself in battle with his martial prowess and earned the nickname, “Bloodaxe”. However, his clan still breathed a sigh of relief when he voluntarily left their halls for wider pastures.

To fund his interest in collecting knowledge in all its forms, books, scrolls, legends, Uthgar became a mercenary and adventurer. He soon met a kindred spirit – a half-elf called Belendor. The half-elf recognised a natural talent in the young dwarven warrior. And so, the two worked together while Belendor taught Uthgar the secret ancient elven arcane fighting style of the Duskblade.

Inevitably, given Uthgar’s personality, the two finally had a falling out, over the correct way to pronounce Belendor’s name. The half-elf claimed it was “be-LEN-dor”, while Uthgar maintained it should be “BEL-END-or”. Since the split, Uthgar has been scratching a living as a sellsword and a bodyguard. He is down to his last few coins, and so is looking for anything that might pay good money.

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