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    Port Huron, MI - Looking for PF or D&D within 1 hour drive

    Time to throw up a Hail Mary and hope for the best. I live in the Port Huron area, which is about an hour north-east of Detroit. I am looking for a PF (2e) or D&D (5e) group that would be willing to add an experienced player to their mix. I am willing to drive up to an hour for a group. I might...
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    5E Solution to ASI Problem

    How about this? Instead of ASI's granting a flat +2 or +1/+1 to ANY Ability, each ASI grants 2 more points of Point Buy that can be spent. You can raise two low Abilities by +1, or one moderately high Ability by +1, or save up points to increase an Ability that is very high. This increases...
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    5E E6 in 5e

    There was a another poll recently concerning which levels people found most fun to play. I mentioned E6 and E10 in that thread. There were people that had not heard about it, so I thought I would share this for those that are interested. E6 stands for Epic 6. It is the name of a rules variant...
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    5E [5e] Weapon Damage Option

    I remember reading a post a while back that mentioned another game using Hit Dice to determine damage, instead of the weapon. For example, a Fighter would do d10 damage regardless of weapon type, while a Barbarian would do d12 and a Wizard would do d6. I don't remember which game or the...
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    5E [5e] Modification of -5/+10 Feats

    One of the aspects of 5e that I see the most complaints about are the feats that give +10 damage for -5 to hit. By changing the wording to allow a player to choose the level of the penalty to hit, limited to a maximum equal to the character's proficiency bonus, and gaining a bonus to damage...
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    5E Hate ASI's ?

    Does anybody else dislike Ability Score Increases? My main problem with ASI's is that so many characters end up with the exact same stats, especially combined with the standard array of scores, and the opportunity to put multiple ASI's into improving one ability. It irks me that every Wizard...
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    5E Multi-Class Alternative Using Sub-Classes

    One of the problems with the way that multi-classing has worked since 3e came out has been that it encourages optimizers to dip into classes for front-loaded benefits without the character making any meaningful commitment to the class. I miss the old days of characters starting out with multiple...
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