Personal Adventure Update
Here we go again.......
Well my agents have informed me on their power, level, items, and whatnot.
Anyway, here are stats
- Ryan (Paragon Elf) (803 Wizard/5 Archmage)
- Keteerah Lormin (Paragon Weretiger) (640 Arcane Archer/108 Ranger/67 Druid)
- Magas Evileye (Paragon Human) (413 Fighter/403 Hexblade)
- Laura (Paragon Leshay) (519 Ninja/238 Monk/61 Illusionist)
- Draken Darkwhim (Paragon Changeling) (128 Rogue/349 Perfect Wight/340 Epic Infiltrator)
- Vest (Paragon Tiefling) (603 Bard/210 Swashbuckler/4 Wizard)
- And....Of course.....The Paladin
Now I'm interested in the sort of undead these people would make, aren't you?
So now, the paladin has been encouraging uprising through my kingdoms, primarily the Vetta Solar System.
But that's a bad move on her part, for you see i rule my subjects fairly. They accepted the order i impose, the strict and righteous judgement i bestow. So of course many do not see reason to have a uprising, for what is their a reason to fight when my rule is just?
Of course, their are some who oppose me but their futile resistance i'm beyond them. However this paladin is causing havoc nonetheless. So my nobles grow restless, sending agents to fight her and encountering her in duels, which she manages to win. I'm starting to get nervous.....
The (NPC-level) demographics of your game fascinates me.
Under standard demographic models you get one level 10 character for every 1000 people, one 20th-level character for every 1 million people and one 30th-level character for every 1 billion people, etc.
Immortals break this generally because they are extremely old, having lived multiple mortal life times.
So its interesting to me that there are so many 100+ level characters running about in your game. Now obviously your game doesn't use the standard model I mentioned* (and its probably just a necessary abstraction of your DM that they need to create so many such characters to challenge the PCs of the group).
*which is really just a soft guideline.