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Presenting Euriga, a setting with a twist on spellcasters Friday, 7th December, 2018 07:10 PM

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Friday, 30th November, 2018

  • 10:44 PM - Laurefindel mentioned Marika Lenaris in post Presenting Euriga, a setting with a twist on spellcasters
    Added the ranger re-skin, called the Seneschal. I'm not 100% satisfied with it. It's not a bad re-skin in its own, but it's not a *spellcaster* one like I intended to do. In my defense, the ranger is the least spellcast-y of all the spellcaster classes, and it suffers a bit of an identity crisis in this edition. I worked off old notes that I had but as I'm re-reading @Marika Lenaris's post, I'm starting to prefer her (?) idea of a stealthy protector knight of a secret order, which might offer more on the supernatural side. I might go back to the drawing board for that one...

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Friday, 7th December, 2018

  • 11:23 PM - Laurefindel quoted Marika Lenaris in post Presenting Euriga, a setting with a twist on spellcasters
    Flavorwise I have to admit I'm less of a fan of the Runecaster as it fits in more precariously with the others... Yeah, I did not originally plan to do the half-caster classes and runecasting at least felt like something different. I was trying to not re-hash the same spellcasting traditions on a martial frame... The Senechal could work with a spell-less variant of the Ranger. But seeing as magic is an integral part of it, if feels a little off? Agreed. It an ok refluff in its own, but barely fitting the setting and most importantly, the re-skin is not based on a spellcasting tradition. I haven't got the time to work much on it, but I intend to redo the ranger reskin from scratch. Otherwise, again, great refluff. I find what you've done here greatly inspiring. Good work! thanks!

Friday, 23rd November, 2018

  • 06:18 PM - Laurefindel quoted Marika Lenaris in post Presenting Euriga, a setting with a twist on spellcasters
    The ranger has always had a guardian status. Standing between two worlds and protecting each from the worst of the other Ok, I like that! I e already started to work on the paladin which I’m turning into a runecaster; a warrior that enhances its prowess with ancient runes. Possible tie-in with the olden gods before the new pantheon, or with the giants and dwarves before they vanished from the world.

Thursday, 22nd November, 2018

  • 07:41 PM - Laurefindel quoted Marika Lenaris in post Presenting Euriga, a setting with a twist on spellcasters
    The Witch still seems to have a problem on the fourth page (...) Any thoughts on the Eldritch Knight and Arcane Trickster? I tried a slightly different, more aired layout for the witch. Let me know how it turns out. As for the Eldritch Knight and Arcane Trickster, it would be hard to give them anything else than an academician flair without altering the rules since they are so derivative of wizard magic, spells and spellbooks. Rangers and Paladins on the other hand are spellcasting classes in their own right and thus easier to disassociate from their druid and cleric "parent classes". I'm a bit out of fresh ideas however... Any suggestions?
  • 05:38 AM - Laurefindel quoted Marika Lenaris in post Presenting Euriga, a setting with a twist on spellcasters
    Just wanted to say there seems to be an issue with the 4th page of both the Witch and Mage documents. Also, love your changeling! thanks! Docs should be fixed now. They need to be viewed in Google Chrome or else they don't render properly.

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