don't feel bad about the god you picked though, it just so happens to not work with your characters first group (and only one member and a NPC) so nothing to worry about Apoli is coolI feel like I'm missing something about the background setting. I know paladins tend to attract a lot of different opinions from other characters, but I figured Apollo would be one of the more popular gods in the world. I gather that Kruor is nervous given his, uh, interesting origins and vampiric leanings, but what is the deal with Orisk?
Which will happen at about the time Kruor sticks his fingers into a goblin's neck and drains it dry, shuddering and creaking with enjoymentThat's cool, just wanted to make sure I wasn't missing some crucial piece of backstory. As far as Kruor is concerned, Apoli doesn't seem to have any explicit smite the undead stance, and even if he did, being a robot is one hell of a cover for being a vampire (I mean, Skyla doesn't know how robots work, much less, what would make a vampire robot). As far as Skyla is concerned, you're someone embarking on a heroic quest, so she'll consider you good until she witnesses something that suggest otherwise.
Skyla will be so busy enjoying lopping off a goblin's head that she won't notice anything amiss.Which will happen at about the time Kruor sticks his fingers into a goblin's neck and drains it dry, shuddering and creaking with enjoyment
True, but he's also not The Raven Queen with standing orders for his followers to wipe out the abomination of undeath.Apoli is well associated with the sun and that kinda makes vampires, you know...burn and shrivel up.
true but he could be. Its calling living worlds for a reason. If you decide that he i a god who hates undeadth, then he hisTrue, but he's also not The Raven Queen with standing orders for his followers to wipe out the abomination of undeath.
XD I suppose this doesn't apply to me.They are still about an hour away when the group decides to stop for food underneath a tree. The sky is blue and the sun in shining down on our heroes.
Uh, thanks I suppose. The concept started when I realized that Vampire Warforged was a totally legit/legal combination within the rulebooks. And then I just got obsessed with making a decent backstory. Next thing I knew, the story just writes itself. Bad with the names though, got some help for that.CrimsonFlameWielder said:*laughs* I happen to like Kruor's antics! And the idea to make a robot vampire... well, I have always thought it toed the line between genius and crazy (which mean's it's f@#$'n brilliant)!
That's what I do, but I have a bad habit of "saving" my progress by publishing prematurely after I'm done with a section. On top of that, I used to work on them one section at a time so that they didn't seem like such a huge workload.CrimsonFlameWielder said:I find the best way to create a character with that format is to whole-sale rip off another character's character sheet (by editing it, then copying and pasting it in my own page). Give me a few days to work on it, and I'll have your sheet up and running just like my characters!
Pretty much exactly what I did. In fact, I actually used Eldreth's sheet as my template and then copy pasted stuff over from my non-tab version.I find the best way to create a character with that format is to whole-sale rip off another character's character sheet