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Jacobproper1 Jacobproper1 1 June

Creature of the day


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MiammerEver2 MiammerEver2 19 April

My character creation mistakes for DnD

So, I've been playing D&D for a while now. And let me tell you, creating characters is an art form. I've made some epic blunders along the way. Like that one time I named my character "Bjorn Bearslayer" without considering the implications. Cringeworthy, I know. But hey, we all start somewhere, right? Let me share some of my newbie mistakes so you can avoid them.

This text will be a kind of revelation, perhaps something will seem banal to you, but please do not judge me harshly. I am a beginner after all and this is my personal opinion and experience)

I guess everyone has had that) Obsessing over your character's fighting prowess. I almost always try to max out my strength, physique, whatever. As if there is nothing else) Maybe it's just me,…

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MCrittery MCrittery 24 November 2023

Me When Skibidi

So there I was, having a totally chill game of D&D with my buddies, right? Just casually turning my fascist goblins into little comrades because, you know, communism is apparently the latest trend in fantasy realms 💀. And then out of the blue, my friend hits me with a polymorph spell, and bam! I'm not a dragon-born palladin anymore; I'm a skibidi toilet. Yep, you heard it right. A skibidi toilet. Adventures in the porcelain throne, anyone? 🚽😂

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Jakester95 Jakester95 9 October 2023

My father‘s favorite character of all time

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Ninjareader5 Ninjareader5 18 May 2021


hello people this is my first time on the wiki

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The crow and the king The crow and the king 4 May 2021

the dragons den

hey I am new to D&D I would like to get some pro tips on how to play D&D it would help.

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Twinkle28 Twinkle28 19 February 2021

An Idea On How To Make This Wiki More Interesting

1. We can create new, unique races. If there are any new races, edit and link below. 2. We can create new, unique classes. If there are any new classes, edit and link below.

(Note: If there are any more ideas, add them too!)

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LordRimus LordRimus 4 June 2019

My Cheat Character Extra

  • Divine Immortal: Rudeus had a chance to become a true deity of rank 20, but chose to use his divine essence differently, undergoing "Divine Immortality" ritual. He gains most of the aspects of a rank 20 deity, except:
    • He does not get 20 Outsider levels.
    • He does not need any worshippers to exist or maintain his power; It belongs only to him, and as such, he is not under overdeity's rule.
    • He cannot grant spells to Clerics, give access to any Domains, or communicate with his worshipers.
    • He does not sense events related to his portfolio, nor is his mind affected by his domains in any way.
  • Merged with LeShay (Ex): He captured living LeShay and used ritual to steal all his abilities, powers, skills and knowledge, effectively stealing everything from …

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LordRimus LordRimus 28 March 2019

Balancing and Tweaking 3.5e

This all is for my personal use, but you can use it yourself as you see fit.

  • 1  NO Absolutes
  • 2 Salient Divine Abilities
    • 2.1 Annihilating Strike
    • 2.2 Arcane Mastery
    • 2.3 Automatic Metamagic
    • 2.4 Avatar
    • 2.5 Alter Reality
    • 2.6 Alter Size
    • 2.7 Create Object
    • 2.8 Create Greater Object
    • 2.9 Divine Creation
    • 2.10 Divine Dodge
    • 2.11 Increased Spell Resistance
    • 2.12 Divine Spell Focus
    • 2.13 Lay Curse
    • 2.14 Spontaneous Wizard Spells

  • Immunities now not absolute. Treat immunity as Resistance 100. Such resistance points can stack.
    • If you have Racial Fire resistance 20, Class immunity to Fire, and Salient Divine Ability for Fire immunity you will have 220 Fire Resistance total.
    • Abilities that negates immunities applies only on those, who have 100 or more resistance points, and ignores exactly 100 po…

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Intellicraft Intellicraft 9 May 2018

Diverse Goblins Of Dungeons And dragons

Diverse Goblins of Dungeons and Dragons. Idea made by Intellicraft

Hello, I am Intellicraft, and this is my ideas to make Goblins from DND more of a threat and have more diversity. This paper is divided into three parts, which are Removal and Add-Ons, creatures, and encounters. The removal and add-ons section is about removing features from goblins or even removing and entire goblin classification, and adding new features to them. The Creatures section is about adding new Goblin classifications. And the Encounters sections is about where you can find these goblins with or without their counterparts and gives the Goblins more of an economy with having them build patchwork villages that they live in. anyways let’s get started.

Part one: Remova…

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Matt Hadick Matt Hadick 6 December 2013

Vote in Wikia's Epic Dragon Battle

Calling all dragon fans! Throughout the centuries, in lands far away and forgotten, mankind has battled dragons. Now, from Middle-earth, the Wizarding World, the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros, and many other realms, the great creatures have gathered to fight one another in an epic battle!

As these dragons battle it out, YOU can decide which dragon will reign supreme in Wikia's Epic Dragon Battle! Click here to vote for the dragons you'd like to see move on to the next round, and keep checking back to discover if your chosen dragon has advanced!

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Dmt2509 Dmt2509 21 June 2012

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ThunderGod Cid ThunderGod Cid 10 December 2009

On Balance Points

A lot of words have been exchanged as of late concerning the perceived value of each particular Balance Point. Having heard from both sides of the issue (through observation if not direct conversation), my conclusion amounts to the following, which I have already related to some in several chat discussions. This just has a little more permanency. The crux of the argument as I’ve seen it is whether or not the Rogue Balance Point should be held up to the standard of being the ideal BP (for which Ghostwheel is the primary advocate). Many of the other respected users on the site (led by Surgo) have argued against this stance in favor of the idea that no BP be put onto a pedestal above the rest and that they all have their own merits. While I …

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Ben Overon Ben Overon 17 November 2010


AS a DM, I haave certain rules and regulations that I require of my players. As such, I have no out-of-control PCs, though NPCs may run rampant. The house rules are as follows:

1) THE RULING OF THE DM IS ALWAYS FINAL. 2) Alert the DM if the DM breaks a rule. The DM will review the broken rule and correct the error purely at his own purveiw. 3) Elves are evil. ALWAYS. 4) All elite characters can cast animal friendship as the spell at will, except that it is applicable to animals, beasts, and magical beasts. 5) PCs cannot talk to NPCs about ranks, levels, or alignments (unless the NPC is an outsider of an aligned plane). 6) Epic level CANNOT be achieved without the DM's permission. In this case, epic level refers to class levels, not LA or EC…

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Teh Storm Teh Storm 29 October 2010

Reality- your basis for understanding

I have heard on this site over and over again that D&D is just a game and that reality should not factor into game mechanics. I agree with the first part, but it is the second that pisses me off. Without an element of reality, any table top gaming system is in the dark with a bunch of confused people staring around at each other.

  • 1 Fact 1- Reality is the Base Line
  • 2 Fact 2- Reality is the Best Secondary to Rules
  • 3 Fact 3- Reality Prevents Absolute Ridiculousness
  • 4 Fact 4- Reality is Fucking Insane

Like it or not, reality is the only life experience anyone has anything to base anything else on. Take the following sample:

As you splortch afog the egenquack, you skik a brogen wiggersnat on the floberous guggle itchilating your zatch. What do you do?

No …

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Teh Storm Teh Storm 11 October 2010

Recommended Reading for the Aspiring GM (for noobs only)

Below are some recommended web links that I would definitely give a look over, as well as expansions:

What is Texture? by Rich Burlew is a great introduction on how to get away from cut and paste jigsaw puzzle adventures. When you take on the role of a GM, the entire rest of the party will be relying on you to tell them everything about where they are and what is happening. If all you describe is a 10 foot square room with two orcs guarding a chest, your player will almost invariably picture their own cut and paste, bland, featureless vision of what the scene looks like. Thus, give detail. Tell them about the stink of orc filth and mildew as they approach the room. Let them feel the cold brass of the door covered in orcish warnings to keep …

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TK-Squared TK-Squared 6 October 2010

I like D&D

You know what? I like D&D. Because it's not reality.

Reality is god damn boring (in comparison, ofc).


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Teh Storm Teh Storm 6 October 2010

Play to the Goal: Why D&D Kicks ASS! (unless you like reality)

There are a variety of systems out there for role players that display a wide range of systems from the heavily detailed to the over simplified. Here is what I see as the pros and cons of D&D, if not D20 in general:

  • 1 The Level System
  • 2 Combat
  • 3 Character Variety
  • 4 My Conclusion

D&D operates on a skill level system that determines a maximum limit on a characters traits and a way to divide up special abilities to certain skill rankings. This makes character power increase suddenly and across the board, making more skilled characters stronger, more skilled, better in their capabilities, and more survivable than their lesser counterparts. This is a fun system for fantasy play and often has me thinking of the various Final Fantasies. But it can and doe…

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Teh Storm Teh Storm 4 October 2010

Diplomacy: a skill that should involve role playing

Negotiation and diplomacy: only the most munchkiny, hack festival, break down the door, hardcore mercenaries of war groups have never had a use for it. And yet I think making it a skill and a die roll is a mistake, if not only for the following reasons:

First, the actual skill is flawed in it's write-up. Taking a look at the rolls and DCs, I can see a 10th level bard that never needs to enter combat simply by announcing he is using diplomacy and converting everyone he meets into friendly groupies waiting on his every word. There is no scaling DC, no contested roll of any sort, no will save, and yet it duplicates the effects of some of the games most useful spells. While this is not bad in and of itself, it becomes bad when one reaches the "…

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Teh Storm Teh Storm 4 October 2010

Strategy: Real vs. Metagaming

I've said it once, and I'll say it one more time: if a strategy involves dice, it is not strategy. Here's why:

Rolling dice is random. Always. This introduces an element of chaos. People have tried to explain to me that chaos is bad for strategy and planning. I have never argued against this, and agree with it completely. No, the problem is when in the same breath they start mentioning how they flank to get die bonuses and blah blah blah. I honestly think that they had contracted amnesia at this point. Once you are in game die rolling, be it combat or shopping, you have sworn away any rights to choice in the outcome, throwing caution to the wind and letting fate and chance decide for you. This is really shitty strategy. Gaining bonuses only…

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Artemiscat55 Artemiscat55 19 September 2010

Neverwinter Nights Bioware Module Creator

Anyone here play Neverwinter Nights?


Yeah, I know it's a super old game, but I need help. You see, I'm aiming to become a top-rank module creator using this thing. Problem? Well, as many of you may have seen, I'm no good with computers and technology! So I need help. If any of you have custom downloads or modules I can play with, they're quite welcome, along with any help--particularly on scripting! I also make multiple campaigns and maps, and I'm curretnly working on an end-all module, called Maploak's Hubland. Anyone can put their custom ideas, dungeons, monsters, and whatnot into this. I gladly accept al support and help from you, my betters, and hope that someday I'm worth something. Thank you!


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Leziad Leziad 13 September 2010

Recruiting for a Chat/IRC Game

Exactly what it say on the tin, I be DMing a IRC/chat game 3.5e game (I could be convinced to play another system).

Probably have a lot of homebrew stuff in, I am a very open DM. I will however maintain a character standard, in order to maintain coherence between the party and the spirit of the setting/game.

I make the houserules based on which player I get, trusted players have a sure post. N00bs are welcomed too, I will just ask you a few questions before beginning.

I have a possible settings in mind: Tunnel-Dweller/Underdark campaign, actually pretty different from FR underdark.

More informations about this setting is coming, it pretty unique in it outlook despite the failure of a description I posted above.

Don't get ahead of yourself, avoi…

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Gd1w Gd1w 12 August 2010



  • 1 Alloid
    • 1.1 Personality
    • 1.2 Physical Description
    • 1.3 Relations
    • 1.4 Alignment
    • 1.5 Lands
    • 1.6 Religion
    • 1.7 Language
    • 1.8 Names
    • 1.9 Racial Traits
    • 1.10 Vital Statistics

Summary::Alloids are humanoid creatures made of living metal.

Alloids can vary widely in personality as a human might.

In natural form an alloid looks like a human of average weight for being 6 feet tall except entirely metallic. Although made up of metal, alloids are not magnetic and are poor conductors of electricity (similar to rubber in this regard). Alloids bodies have a smooth texture like regular skin but are not very malleable.

Alloids are relatively unknown by other races and are usually interpreted to be the race that they appear a…

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Dukelzan Dukelzan 4 August 2010

Copywrite Dodge

I'd just like to say that I give full and all credit to ANY copywritten matriel I use. For example, the pic I'm using I just from the D&D main site, I don't know who did it, but I give them credit for it.

"The difference between bravery and stupidity is if the plan works" - Newrok Shadowblade, Saint of Creation in Shadowgate 14:50, August 4, 2010 (UTC)

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Dukelzan Dukelzan 2 August 2010


I just did an article it's done for all intensive proposes, but when I go to the aria where the article should be, it's not there. I checked all the other places that would make sense, but I can't find it in those areas either. If you can help, please do.

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Risek Risek 20 July 2010


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ThunderGod Cid ThunderGod Cid 6 July 2010

Ongoing Tips for New(er) Users

1. Sandboxes are your best friend: This site's adherence to quality control means that we don't let incomplete pages hang around for long. As such, any page with multiple incomplete sections will likely be labelled with the "Incomplete" template. But since no one prefers deletion, it will likely be much more common for your article to be moved to a Sandbox (which is a subpage of your userpage accessible by creating a page called "User:YourUserName/PageTitle") than it is for it to be deleted. This is very handy because whatever work you have already completed remains and you may edit your Sandboxes in just about whatever way you please, allowing you to tinker with Wiki-coding and formatting until you get the desired effect. This site also d…

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Leziad Leziad 2 July 2010

CR 20 Skype Application and House Rules

36 Points build

CR 20: We use CR instead of ECL, so you play as a CR 6 creature. Determining the CR of your character is simple, (Base CR + 1 per Character). Human and other core race (or race without LA normally) get a CR of 0. If you take a monster, determine the stat bonus using 10-11 and add +1 to the Cr of the monster you will play ( so a Succubus is CR 8). Why +1? Because you don't use 10-11 :P so you are stronger. If you want to play a monster you need my approval, I can disallow any particular monsters I see fit.

Gold: We're using Book of Gears

Ability scores, Leveling, and Feats: Feats are at each oddlevel.

Background Feat: Yes

Flaws: Yes, only one.

Traits: Yes

  • Mithril is useful on weapons! Mithril weapons now are reduced one category in…
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Techpriest88 Techpriest88 15 June 2010

Impact of Ability Scores in 4e

In 4e, ability scores can improve somewhat rapidly by means of natural advancement. As always, the player has some choices to make, because - while all scores improve eventually - only the top two will do so very quickly. It can be expected that primary and secondary abilities will be increased at the rate of 3 points per tier (at every opportunity), whereas others will only increase 1 point (at 11th and 21st). This will lead to a gradually growing gap between a player's strengths and weaknesses.

Ability scores contribute to the following:

  1. Attack rolls,
  2. Damage rolls,
  3. AC,
  4. Defenses,
  5. Skill and ability checks,

  • 1 Attack Rolls
  • 2 Damage Rolls
  • 3 Armour Class
  • 4 Defesnses

Any given character will have access to attacks dependent upon only one or two abilities (ass…

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Kanderas Kanderas 31 May 2010

Adaption of the Elder Scrolls

So yes I am taking on the ambitious project of making an adaptation of the Elder Scrolls world/games to D&D 3.5. Adding to the difficulty is that I have no knowledge of html so I'm currently proceeding by copying a layout that I like and then editing the text. I might note that it'll not be a standard adaptation; I'll not just be giving third edition statistics to the races and tossing in a few related feats. I want it to actually feel like playing the game on a tabletop, so I want to preserve as much of the mechanics of the computer games as possible... at least on the surface. If it all goes well, no or only small adjustments will need to made to any 3.5 material someone wants to use; after all, I -am- putting this on a D&D site.

A big th…

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Stryker-Fyre Stryker-Fyre 12 May 2010

Inactivity, Inspiration and Demon Lords

Okay this title may be a bit misleading, though it is meant to show the things that have been circling in the maelstrom of my mind.

First is Inactivity, I have been inactive on this wiki besides blog comments and talk pages for a while now, so I thought I should maybe explain why. Plain and simple I haven't had the drive for making anything for a while and have thought of many ideas that have never come to fruition such as another race of the Giths that have turned to the Plane of Shadow to be known as the Githildar, I have also made a new Combat Scout class which I have been meaning to test in a campaign but have had no opportunites but I have never gotten around to it, the second and third reasons are pretty much the same thing:work and s…

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Tarkisflux Tarkisflux 5 May 2010

Breaking the RNG III

It's the third of my ongoing series of RNG rants (see rant one or rant two if you're interested), and I still can’t find a concise way to talk about expected bonus values. I'm starting to wonder if I ever will be able to do it in a blog. So in the meantime I’m going to rant about the system differences between single and multiple RNGs, which is really me just using short hand to talk about the deep effects of whether your system allows multiple growth tracks or not. Allowing multiple growth tracks means that you can have a potentially difficult DC for one group be a potentially easy DC for another group when the groups are the same level before counting situational adjustments, though this is generally more obvious at higher levels where t…

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Jay Freedman Jay Freedman 16 March 2010

Epic Combo of Epic Destruction.

So I recently decided to undertake the task of creating a Wizard Tier Melee Fighter. I know, I know, I'm not really the best person for the job but bear with me. If there's a will, there's a way. Right?

Anywho's, I really love playing melee fighters when I DnD. Its just my style to run up to somebody and beat them over the head with a really big sword. (Yeah, I played too much FF7 as a kid. I know.) Killing things the old fashioned way is just classic in my book. Debilitating status effects are for pussies, just beat them with a stick until they die.

So I hope to get the Andellion Warrior class up and polished soon. It is still a bit rusty at the moment, but given time and elbow-grease, it will get their. Any spastic comments wil…

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Stryker-Fyre Stryker-Fyre 11 March 2010

My User Icon

THIS IS NOW ENTIRELY IRRELEVANT:My user icon has changed multiple times throughout the past few days, and I would like to choose one that will stay as my constant icon, however I can't decide.

The way I see it there are two solutions

1.: People randomly post links on this blog and then I choose one I like P.S i like fyre.

2.: People say which of my previous icons they liked the most and then i decide through that data/reference.

Please help and remember: Watchout for Sleepophiles, there everywhere, even in your house!

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Leziad Leziad 7 March 2010

Multi-User Setting

So I post a second blog about this, the mian idea is simple. A multi-user setting using home brew races, each user using homebrew material to make a single nation within a war-torn continent. Each user will also make a deity, a plane and some other things. The most user we have the better it is.

If you have more question just meet me on the wiki chat or just put it right there, it will be answered.

Now posting some very basic rules.

  • 1. Try to use only original homebrew content, avoid copyrighted stuff from video game/movie. This will be harshly enforced for races.

DOING IT WRONG: The land of Spira is inhabited by Na'vi and....

  • 2. Places on the continent will be assigned depending on the climate of you're country, discussing wit neighbours nation…

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Jay Freedman Jay Freedman 5 March 2010

Biotic Vanguard

Mass Effect 2 is an awesome game. My joyous fandom has spread to this site as well. The Biotic Vanguard class is just my doodles on one way Mass Effect would translate to D&D.

I've been getting alot of feedback from a friend on GD's wiki and thought to transcribe the comments to this articles talk page too. I know how much these guys like reading and covering all the angles, so I thought it would be a good idea. I feel like a politician, having to write paragraph after paragraph just to justify my opinion. Lol.

But as the King of Egypt once said: "So let it be written. So let it be done."

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TK-Squared TK-Squared 3 March 2010

Regarding a Campaign

Sup gaiz, I'm just here, making this here blog post.

While I have one rather slow game, I am interested in opening a second game that is not primarily 'roleplaying' based, but pretty much combat-based. The purpose of which is to allow people to 'test' characters, builds, races, classes or whatever they like in a challenging environment. As my players will be sure to inform you, I am do rather enjoy very challenging combat in that sense. If you are interested in the idea, be sure to reply to this comment with any questions or anything that needs to be clarified.

So, without further ado..

  • 1 The Scales of War: The Tower
    • 1.1 Game Information
      • 1.1.1 Encounters
      • 1.1.2 Safe Rooms
        • Healing
        • Purchasing
        • Resurrection
        • Customization
        • Ret…

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TK-Squared TK-Squared 2 March 2010

New Prestige Class Idea

Sup gaiz, requesting input on anything I put here. This includes any kind of potential abuse you see of the ability and a way of rectifying it.

Will be a continuation of the Martial Paladin. The class will be, more than likely, SEVEN levels long, aiming for a final level of 17.

Resolute (Ex): You gain the effects of the Last to Fall feat, even if you do not meet the prerequisites.

Vengeful Infusion (Ex): Whenever an ally is killed or knocked out during combat by an enemy, you gain temporary hit points equal to the fallen ally's hit die and a +2 bonus to strength. You cannot gain this bonus twice from the same ally per encounter. This effect is not triggered by any ally gained through any class features or feats.

moar 2 come, plox comment on curre…

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Surgo Surgo 1 March 2010

Hero game rules and setting

This is an evolving document, especially as we all figure out the system more.

  • You get "Powerful"-level Heroic points, as well as a gob of cash (still figuring out how much) to spend on equipment (which is just Powers, in the form of cybernetics/bio-enhancements/gene therapy/whatever). I'm still figuring out equipment pricing and all that.
  • Max SPD you can buy with character points alone is 4 (that's the upper limit, not the amount you can buy).
  • There is no Energy Defense; it is folded into Physical Defense. It's just too niche for this sort of game.
  • Base skill roll is 8 + (CHAR/4), not 9 + (CHAR/5)
  • Everyman skills:
    • Cryptography
    • Deduction
    • Interrogation
    • Mechanics
    • Stealth
    • Any one Professional or Science skill.

Heavily influenced by Maishin and similar sh…

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Jay Freedman Jay Freedman 28 February 2010

I actually like 4e now. Bye bye 3.5...

So I gave in and bought a 4e manual. And guess what? I liked it enough to give up on 3.5e.

  • Starting Hit Points: Hit Dice + your Constitution Score at 1st level. Probably my favorite change in the whole world. Do the math in Hp gain in 3.5e and you will realize it is a decreasing return on investment. You are actually gaining a smaller percentage of your total Hp every time you level. How whack is dat?
  • Daily, Encounter, At-Will: Awesome. Now my Fighter feels similar to the Wizard in terms of sweet tricks and prowess.
  • Healing Surges: 4 fights a day which consume about 25% of my total resources every fight, and now a way to heal 25% of my total hit points too? Looks like I might not need that Bedroll after all.
  • 3 Tiers of Play: Perfect. It…

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Tarkisflux Tarkisflux 26 February 2010

Breaking the RNG II

In my last RNG rant, I talked about what it meant and how easy it was to do it and how hard it was to actually recognize it ahead of time because you have to determine what a level appropriate bonus even is in your game at your level. I was going to spend this one trying to explain how you determine what that bonus is at various levels and playstyles, but that turns out to be a seriously hard thing to write in a concise or even sensical way because the 3.x system is so broad at this point. And then a conversation over at TGD about the RNG suggested something else I could rant about, namely "when does leaving the RNG even matter?".

Yes, that's right, there are times that you can break the RNG and it doesn't even matter. There are times when …

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Jay Freedman Jay Freedman 26 February 2010

Samurai and Green Dragons

Hi, my name is Jay. Lord Jay the Great if you so feel inclined. I came here a few months ago when I heard Surgo was creating a new wiki for the sane people of the world. I really enjoy interacting with the people here and getting their feedback. When it comes to D&D, these folks really sacrifice to get it right. And, I believe that is something to be proud of.

There was a conflict at a previous Wiki involving many of the founding members of this site. I pretty much watched the whole thing go down too. It was not fun or entertaining in the least. But, it did lead me to understand the site owner just a little bit better.

EDIT: I'm getting rid of this information. Turns out I actually know the guy, and he ain't a Samurai. He ain't ev…

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Leziad Leziad 19 February 2010

Chat Game

Planning to a chat game on the wiki IRC, so far I am planning a high fighter-level/low rogue-level post apocalyptic. I probably update this blog, anyway just post you're application here. No character concept is needed yet.

Okay latest details:

I played with idea, we are going to play mid-rogue to low-wizard, depending on the level of the game the concept will change slightly.

  • Mid-Rogue: Common hardened wastelanders, not much to tell about that.
  • High-Rogue: Badass Wastelander, a dude afraid of nothing with balls of titanium-plated iron. I only allow partial spellcasting.
  • Low-Wizard: The descendant of a super-soldier program, stronger, faster and tougher than even the most badass wastelander. For this one I allow full spellcasting to a limit.

Some …

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Tarkisflux Tarkisflux 2 January 2010

Breaking the RNG

It actively frustrates me when I read about something new breaking the RNG or going off of it. Almost never does the person actually refer to the new ways that they break it or why it matters or in what context, instead they only just refer to some nebulous bad that breaking the RNG is supposed to represent. Like it’s a holy artifact to be cared for or looked upon warmly or some crap instead of the fidly, poorly maintained and cared for piece of DnD that it is. So I’m gonna rant about it for a while, and start getting at what it actually means to be off the RNG in a scaling system.

Most of the regulars are familiar with the ideas behind the RNG, and how it’s pretty much broke in 3.x DnD. I imagine that some of our new users haven't heard of i…

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Dersius Dersius 10 December 2009


I'd like to apologize to folks for not being as active on the wikia as I should be, but I've simply had life getting in the way for a large chunk of my time. Between my grandfather in the hospital, college, and my new job, I've just been busy busy busy. Anyhow, now that this personal junk is done, I'd like to talk to people about the stuff I make. Does anyone have any good ideas as to something I should stat up or suggestions on how to improve what I have already to make it more/less useful?

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