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Friday, 18th February, 2011, 12:43 AM #1
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Airwalkrr's 4e Game OOC - Suspended Indefinitely
Edit 2012/01/26: This game has been suspended and will no longer continue.
Recruiting is Closed - Previous Announcement
Having finally gotten my hands on some 4th edition books, I am intrigued. I can't say that it really feels like D&D anymore, but it seems to be a very good game. So I want to give it a go and try to run it.
Ability Scores: Method 1, 2 or 3, but you can't change your mind after choosing Method 3 and rolling. Total modifiers after rolling should be no lower than +4 and no higher than +8.
Races/Classes: Any, but those from the PH1 are most common. Plus you must PM me the pertinent rules ahead of time in some fashion since I have only the PH, DMG, and MM.
Feats: Any, same conditions as above.
Equipment: 100 gp to start. Same conditions as above.
Alignment: Lawful Good, Neutral Good, or Unaligned. Unheroic characters need not apply.
Setting: My own world, a place called Geora, adapted to 4e.
Players: Four to six. First come, first-served. I must receive a character sheet within 7 days of your post indicating your desire to join or you may lose your spot. Players who don't post for 30 days are assumed to have dropped out and will be replaced. No wait lists. Recruiting will occur as needed.
Pace: See Obsidian Portal site or click here for combat rules.
Character Sheet: Use whatever you like, as long as I can find everything.
Humans: The dominant race. It is the Golden Age of Man. Everyone looks to them for leadership in most matters.
Other Races: Quaint novelties who are considered to have outlived their eras of supremacy.
Adventurers: Very uncommon. Your characters will be the exception to the exception.
Politics: Geora's most populous nations are located in Khareb, which is Geora's central (and most civilized) continent. Many refer to Khareb as if it were the world. The center of the continent is dominated by two human nations, the Republic of Berandal, and the Empire of Johak. Good is often associated with the former while evil with the latter, but these are only preconceptions and may not always hold true.
Geography: The Mountains of Eindore dominate the northern border of Berandal and not much is known about what lies beyond. The fertile Istalle Valley is the center for both Berandal (to the north) and Johak (to the south). The Naeci Forest between both is said to hold numerous mysteries. The western continent of Verani is said to be the home of countless fey beings while the southeastern continent of Kampala is believed to be a land of volcanoes and fire. The distant continent of Tiras is largely unknown.
History: Ages ago, Geora was under the iron fist of Dezmaeron, the Demon King. Some say he was a lieutenant of Bane, while others claim he was none other than the incarnation of Asmodeus himself. A cooperative effort of the lesser races brought his rule to an end, and ancient magic keeps him out of the affairs of the world today.
Dragons: These majestic beings are largely detached from the people of Khareb. Some believe they keep a close eye on things always ready to intervene. Others say they have removed themselves from the mortal races intentionally and no longer wish to have any thing to do with them. But no know one really knows for certain.
Religion: I am adapting Geora to fit 4e baseline expectations so just assume the religions from the PH exist. However...Click here if you want a more detailed explanation
Chapter 2: Amnesia (In Progress)
Chapter 1: Sedition (Completed)
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