I've run it in both 1E and 3.5E.
The conversion is good, just power levels don't translate that well though. So you have to pay attention to your characters power compared to the rebuild of the conversion. One thing you might consider is picking up the Return to the Temple of Elemental...
In the CoS game I'm running the Revenants seem focused on the Druid. He went the Shapechanger route focused on the Wolf. So he is the appropriate target of their rage against Strahd. But they have only encountered one so far. They are getting ready to go to where they come from though.
Curse of Strahd has been a meat grinder on characters so far through 8 sessions of play.
6 Players (2 added later). (4 - 8 sessions, 1 - 2 Sessions(6&8), 1 - 1 Session(8))
None of the Original 4 PC's are left.
Six PC's dead. 1 PC/NPC she was being used by the PC's as a supplemental. 1 NPC...
So DMing our usual Wednesday night game for one of the few times ever a PC has gone over to the evil side of things and didn't start that way.
PC is a Elven Sorcerer and Daughter of Arms Major of Myth Drannor (Father was a PC in a past game, so was the Aunt) so had a great...
So running 'Curse of Strahd' a random encounter had two of the PC's bitten by werewolves. They don't have access to 'Remove Curse' as of yet.
After much researching around the interwebs for 5E Lycanthropy (surprisingly little other than OP boards saying get bit by a Werebear), I came up with...
You can try this one. It's a 20 Level breakdown of Divine Rank 0 for 3rd Edition.
Friend and I came up with it due to a campaign we were playing and the characters were eventually replacing the dying deities of the campaign.
The 20 Levels represent the 20 Outsider Hit Dice the majority of...
Simple answer - Money and satisfaction.
I've bought a lot of 3x books, and I'm fairly happy with it.
4E didn't grab me one bit, which one of my friends finds funny cause I love Star Wars Saga edition. But generally dislike Book of Nine Swords in 3e.
I tried 4e didn't like it...
I think we can all agree the Copyright laws could use a good revamping.
My personal thoughts on it:
Personally I think it should be creator only(individual non-corporation), and in 25yr licensing chunks.
The creator holds all rights to the work automatically for 25yrs. This can be renewed for...
Not really a bug, more of a need.
Situation: Creating an Epic character transferring from 1E to 3.5E.
The character is a 50th level character in class levels. Basically a 30 Cleric / 20 Wizard
I was using Prestige Classes to help round it out for the Flavor.
Cleric 5 (PHB) / Divine...
Some of ours:
Force Points - Are per play session. Roll 1d4 + Cha Modifier (unless you have Strong with the Force then it's 1d6 + Cha Modifier) Makes for more crazy stuff. But it applies to the bad guys as well.
Jedi / Solider get Martial Arts I as a bonus feat
For 3.5, find a copy of the last version of HeroForge if you have Excel. It's a great tool.
You also have the old Etools and it's various craziness. But I wouldn't recommend it.
For 2E, there is an Old Old software called Core Rules 2.0 and an Expansion to it as well. It goes for a crazy...
I think one of my current characters might qualify for your ruler.
28th level Lawful Evil Cleric of Ishtar (1st Ed), he became king via force of power. While he is willing to do great evils he rules like a Lawful Neutral. The island country is flourishing but things he does on the side that...
I wouldn't go with the ampersand myself.
I agree it would have looked better with the black outline.
I have a few tattoos myself, the closet to a D&D one I have it my Yeti on the back shoulder. I got the nickname in the Marine Corps from another friend of mine that was into the novels.
Or there is option 4) None of the above.
Neither hate or love WotC.
I bought the 5E books.
And I play in multiple editions and games.
Mainly we don't play it cause no one really wants to learn another set of rules.