Anyone interested in a little DnD 4E PbP action? I hope so, because I want to run a little something here:
The Hunters is a game for five characters, starting at 1st level. You will be a group of monster hunters, specializing in dragon-slaying and undead-cleansing. There's going to be story-based leveling, rather than XP based. This means there's a very strong chance that as long as you don't drop out, your character will reach level 30. Also there will be lots of combat, which should be obvious from the brief campaign description you just read.
-Like PbP (play by post) or think you would like PbP,
-Are around enough to post at least once a day (except weekends),
-And can understand the 4E ruleset,
You can apply. Submission information will be in a concise paragraph at the end of the OP.
Everything. I have DDI, so if it's there it's allowed. I would encourage you not to choose a monster race unless you have a really good reason why the rest of your party wouldn't want to kill you for bounty.
This is in the generic POL setting. Races and classes from FR and Eberron exist here, but the setting-specific pantheons do not (nor do their specific Channel Divinity feats). Similarly, dragonmarks and spellscars do not exist here either. The White Lotus Academy and the other orders and such released in Dragon do exist here, so if you want to take some of those feats or powers you can.
I'll be accepting submissions until next Friday (August 14), making my selections over the weekend, then starting the game on Monday (August 17).
I do not need a myth-weavers sheet with your submission. A character description and race/class choice is all that's necessary. If you have the Character Builder (which is free up to level 3), please use that to make your character and post the Summary. I will be using that to check the legality of your choices, and to make sure you didn't miss anything in creation. Important stuff:
-Standard 22 point buy.
-100g to start.
-In your submission, include an answer to this question: "How many actions does it take to drink a potion in combat?"