NP, Justincase' Paladin is still a mystery, but I did say there was no rush due to the holidays. I think we should aim to get going next week (7th Jan), all this festive nonsense should be over and done withStill deciding. Will finalise sheet soon.
Lol, I hadn't thought of it that way.Haha, nice! Brave Sir Robin!
Feel free to make stuff up, though I may add history to him to suit the game needs. He's not your character, but I like to offer opportunities for player input to the story wherever possible - also, I'm not that creative.Do I get to create the flavor text or do you wanna do it?
Man, now I'm kinda tempted to take the three servant alternate Noble benefit, just to have a full retinue.
I love the show, though I am behind, Season 4 was the last, I think, with the Crystal Empire.I had to look that up. My daughter only watches one DVD of my little ponies and its an old school original moved to DVD. I'm pretty sure we'll soon be sick of My Liitle Pony though, she's going ever more mad for ponies in general.
Technically you rolled up a Troubadour-Warrior as well, but for the sake of variety I've gone for the result below which is a Battle PriestYup.
Yeah, it took me a little longer than expected. Saarthax the dragonborn paladin has been added to the RG, although I haven't gotten around to adding the bio and such yet. I also need to add the uncommon magic item, and perhaps spend the extra 650 gp on something. But hey, the groundwork has been done![MENTION=6776182]JustinCase[/MENTION] I think has the character in his head
Also, I spend my gold on better armor (splint instead of chain mail) and a warhorse with barding. I still have 5 gp left.Ring of Mind Shielding said:While wearing this ring, you are immune to magic that allows other creatures to read your thoughts, determine whether you are lying, know your Alignment, or know your creature type. Creatures can telepathically communicate with you only if you allow it. You can use an action to cause the ring to become Invisible until you use another action to make it visible, until you remove the ring, or until you die. If you die while wearing the ring, your soul enters it, unless it already houses a soul. You can remain in the ring or depart for the afterlife. As long as your soul is in the ring, you can telepathically communicate with any creature wearing it. A wearer can't prevent this telepathic Communication.
It certainly is a cooler magic item than just MOAR SPELLZ!! (my usual choice for magic items), which is why I'd like to make it be useful in the game if I can. It might be as simple as giving an enemy NPC some kind of scrying or see invisibility.As for my magic item, I was torn between the amulet and a Cloak of Protection.
The CoP is clearly more immediately relevant, but I felt like an amulet of proof against detection is more...flavorful? For a student in magical training, an opportunity for mischief and a few moments of peace, free from Clairvoyance and Arcane Eyes. For a wizardess engaged in the complicated dance of rivals and politics, a valuable tool as well.
I'm also a little unclear on this, but my reading of the item description also implies to me that it would block See Invisible, if she were to have an Invisibility spell cast on her. Could be useful.
Again, not as straightforwardly useful in combat as a bonus to defensive stats, but one that provides protection that's otherwise very hard to come by.
Not a problem. He's looking good though. I'll keep an eye out for the finishing touches, but I have enough about him to get started.Yeah, it took me a little longer than expected. Saarthax the dragonborn paladin has been added to the RG, although I haven't gotten around to adding the bio and such yet. I also need to add the uncommon magic item, and perhaps spend the extra 650 gp on something. But hey, the groundwork has been done!
I just missed this with my previous post. Couple of questions,BIO
Saarthax hatched in the Barony of Bedegar, after his father Sothor fled the capital during the fall of King Ormund and took Saarthax' egg with him. Here the boy grew up and learned how to fight a losing battle against the forces of Ajax the Tyrant. Trained as a soldier by his father and his men, Saarthax looked up to Sothor as the experienced paladin inspired his men through kindness and example. Saarthax knew early on that he, too, wanted to swear his Oath and become a beacon of hope.
Then the worst day of his life happened. Huge orc soldiers invaded the Barony and killed the Baron and his family. At least one Hawk Lord had joined the battle, a sadistic man called Jorn Whitefeather, and he managed to close in on Saarthax and one of the other soldiers, Bernold the battlepriest. Both were taking serious injuries as Jorn toyed with them, luring out Saarthax' father. Eventually, Sothor came to their rescue but was killed before their eyes by the superior fighter.
Saarthax and Bernold escaped in the chaotic aftermath, the paladin being dragged away by Bernold to avoid rushing back to certain death.