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  1. CRGreathouse

    D&D 3E/3.5 3.x books free to a good home in Cleveland OH

    Thanks! I’m not aware of any rare books in my stash, but if there are any I’m happy to part with them. Someone else who will enjoy them more should use them. I pretty much just play my own customized version of 3.5, and so the collection of feats/classes/etc. I’ve built up over the years are...
  2. CRGreathouse

    D&D 3E/3.5 3.x books free to a good home in Cleveland OH

    I’d consider it. My time is stretched thin right now.
  3. CRGreathouse

    D&D 3E/3.5 3.x books free to a good home in Cleveland OH

    Also, I am including my copy of The Book of the Righteous. Many years ago (for those who have been around) I wrote a controversial 1-star review of same.
  4. CRGreathouse

    D&D 3E/3.5 3.x books free to a good home in Cleveland OH

    If anyone is interested (on a short timeline) in some 3.0 and 3.5 books, both WotC and 3rd party, I have 60+ that aren’t going with me to my new, smaller house in New York. Complete Warrior, Lords of Madness, OA, various adventures, etc. I’d just hate to see it go to waste. I’m keeping about as...
  5. CRGreathouse

    How does a god guide his followers?

    Great ideas. Thanks!
  6. CRGreathouse

    How does a god guide his followers?

    If your DM has a name resembling my handle and your character worships Zerad, get out! . . . I'm running a campaign (D&D 3.5 + house rules, but that shouldn't matter much) in which all the PCs come from the same town, which is a cult town of the goddess Zerad (she of the north wind, basically...
  7. CRGreathouse

    Making the chaos planes more... chaotic

    Yes, would be nice. This interpretation needs adjustment, though, or you won't be able to see complex constructs like living beings (which I have in this plane, with great diversity and abundance). So while I agree with the fundamental idea it can't be just this or in the extreme you get an...
  8. CRGreathouse

    Monk Variant for My Arathian Campaign

    Sorry. My domain name registrar is having some kind of issue right now. I'll paste in the description, though without formatting it will look terrible. Apologies. Mystic (variant monk) A replacement for the monk entry in the SRD. Alignment: Any nonchaotic. Hit Die: d8. Class Skills The...
  9. CRGreathouse

    Monk Variant for My Arathian Campaign

    Flavor aside, you might find some class features from my mystic (also a monk rewrite) useful: http://rpg.crg4.com/classes.html#mystic
  10. CRGreathouse

    Making the chaos planes more... chaotic

    Love it! Simple to throw down, no extra time needed to explain, but gives the feel very well. I can't use it -- I'm playing online, and there isn't support for nonsquare grids -- but it's a great idea. Have you tried this? How did it work?
  11. CRGreathouse

    Making the chaos planes more... chaotic

    I like it! Sounds like this could be useful as well.
  12. CRGreathouse

    Making the chaos planes more... chaotic

    Hi! Cool idea. I think I'll do this one a bit differently, though: the chaos I envision is harsh and uncaring/unaware of life, so it won't be mentally malleable in that way. But seeing that we have a math teacher and a mathematician in the group I may use actual non-Euclidean (say...
  13. CRGreathouse

    Making the chaos planes more... chaotic

    Interesting. Very nice. Good, good. Used that one already, actually -- though I haven't played Portal, the idea is the same I trust. That should keep them on their toes.
  14. CRGreathouse

    Making the chaos planes more... chaotic

    First, if you're playing in the Band of Dwarven Brothers campaign, get out lest your DM smite you. :) . . . Hi EN World, long time no post. Anyone from the olden days remember me? I have a high-level group which just found themselves dumped on a plane of chaos following a failed plane shift...
  15. CRGreathouse

    Origins of D&D monsters

    Maybe. Do we know who designed the slaadi? Are they originally from the FF?
  16. CRGreathouse

    Origins of D&D monsters

    Yes, I understand that most of the FF were either published in or submissions to WD.
  17. CRGreathouse

    Origins of D&D monsters

    Kevin, I emailed Alex and he said he'd send me the details after New Year's. Thanks for the suggestion! Great, glad to have a second pair of eyes. In looking over it I see the Githyanki reference was actually correct, just misleading (it claimed only that FF was its first hardcover), so I...
  18. CRGreathouse

    Origins of D&D monsters

    Thanks! I don't want my work to duplicate yours, of course; my focus is different. But I will cross-check and make corrections as you suggest. In your opinion, what are the most important/classic monsters missing from my site?
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