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Realms On: Looking for more players.

urbmanurbman Registered User regular
edited December 2006 in Critical Failures
This is for my Forgotten Realms Campaign I wish to run.

Play Style
It will be forum based.
We would set a time each week to play.
Role Play and combat will be equally important.
Campaign will be all over the world.
We Will be starting In Waterdeep

Rule Books
Either 3.0 with this site http://www.d20srd.org/index.htm or 3.5(which I don't own yet) rule set.
Players Hand Book, Forgotten Realms Campaign Setting, and the Players Guide to the Forgotten Realms

Characters
Any core classes and races are a go.
Starting at lvl 2 with an RP Heavy campaign.
Point Buy system with 50 points to spend for creation.
Any point buy questions PM me.
No restrictions on creation, as in any race/class/alignment.
Use this Website to create your character, http://www.sylnae.net/3eprofiler/
For Background
All characters submitted for play
should include at least a brief background describing where the
character is from, what kind of family he was brought up in, and other
details. If you include some specific information, you may find it used in adventures involving the characters at a later date. However, we prefer more believable backgrounds over outlandish works of fiction--a 1st-level character can only have accomplished so much to this point, after all--and overused cliches such as amnesia, orphanage, star-crossed loves, divine destiny, melodrama, etc. should be avoided. Also, please try to proofread your histories, or at least run it through a spellcheck, as this will aid greatly.

Character Descriptions: Characters should have descriptions that fit
with the setting. This includes such things as hair colors that are
appropriate for their race, and clothing that is appropriate for their
jobs. Characters with descriptions containing things such as "tight
leather catsuit with a tail, along with ears mounted on a headband"
will be rejected outright.

Players
Grey Matter: Searos; Human Rogue
Panksea06: Nicny Gregnyan; Human Sorcerer
Alexan Drite: Jonathan Hautreeve; Human Paladin
Kass: Jorin Alnar; Human Fighter
DeVryGuy: Cain, the Warden; Human Druid
JacquesCousteau: Zarad Raz’Hadi; Human Cleric
Abysmal Lynx: Gran Loendel; Earth Genasi Fighter
MadJack: Kalus Homebridge; Human Bard

House Rules
You can be a paladin of any god. Paladins of evil gods are black guards.
1500 gold and


Any other questions see this
Difficulty?

Im going with hard encounters, suck as big battles or complex fights, not just "hey look 5 orcs". Role Play will be a huge factor.
Character Regions: Where can we be from?
Anywhere, just explain in the back story how you got there.
Starting gold
The max of what the book says your class can roll.
Regional Feats: (As per the FRCS or Players Guide?)
Regional Equipment: ?

If you want them you can have them.
Partial Saves and Babs?
partial saves when they are needed, and im sorry again but what is Babs?
Houserules
Do divine casters get weapon proficiency in their deity's favored weapon?
Do we keep track of Sustenance and Minor Disposables?
Familiar Rules changes
Sorcerer? Any bonuses to the class (Such as Escher Materials, Heighten Spell, and class skills added?)
Inventory easing for level 1 adventurering, are there adventure packs to choose from?
What happens when we die or get sick of our charcter?

Yes.
If you want.
Anything the books say
My only thing with sorcs are they get 1.5 (round up) the spells per day do to their magic touch.
I just play you can carry anything up until your carrying limit.
If your character dies, alot can happen ranging from divine intervention to the other players resurrecting you. If nothing happens to your spirit in one weeks time you are dead and need to make a new character.
Bug fixes.
For instance: Diplomacy, Polymorph, or Diviners?

It is played along into roleplaying. Just when you want to use it, after your post in italics like so Diplomacy check: Roll 16.
Polymorgh: if you have a spell or you a were character*
Diviners: They come from being Chosen by the God*
Role Playing XP

Of course
Any specifics required in posting or how we declare our actions. Such as using italics or bold for certain checks.

Italics for skills and Bold for actions and feats
How often do we meet. When where and how.

This will be decided once we have established our players.
What do you need us to give you?

Character sheet and back ground.[/url]

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    GoumindongGoumindong Registered User regular
    edited October 2006
    I would play, but it really depends on how you do the realms and what type of game was played. Less of the massive amounts of source books and more just the basics? What is the required knowledge of the realms?

    anyway, flesh it out a bit and ill probably join.

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    RiemannLivesRiemannLives Registered User regular
    edited October 2006
    Put me down for interested. Though I agree with Gou on the subject of sourcebooks.

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    urbmanurbman Registered User regular
    edited October 2006
    Updated the original post.

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    RiemannLivesRiemannLives Registered User regular
    edited October 2006
    Couple thoughts:
    1) Personally, I have found the "rotating DM" thing to not work so well. At least not in the same game. Having different DMs each with their own game / setting whatever and trading off as people get burned out or just need a break is a good thing.

    2) Character gen info? Level? How many points for abilities? I prefer 28 or 30 for realms myself but anything is good. One time I played in a Realms game where all the players were deliberatly underpowered. Started level 0, I think it was 25 for stats (average for Greyhawk, definetly low for realms).

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    OlivawOlivaw good name, isn't it? the foot of mt fujiRegistered User regular
    edited October 2006
    I have never attempted an online play of DnD. But I like the Forgotten Realms a lot, so I'm interested too.

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    urbmanurbman Registered User regular
    edited October 2006
    Lol I again updated the OP.

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    TallahasseerielTallahasseeriel Registered User regular
    edited October 2006
    Forgotten realms has to many elves.

    Fuck Elves.

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    nindustrialnindustrial Word Typer Los AngelesRegistered User regular
    edited October 2006
    I love the Realms and might be interested, but my work schedule from week to week can be sporadic, so I'm not sure if I'd work out all that well. I'll keep an eye on this thread.

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    GoumindongGoumindong Registered User regular
    edited October 2006
    Wait, is it going to be forum based, or chat room based. Those two are fairly different.

    edit: also, minimum score 14?

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    urbmanurbman Registered User regular
    edited October 2006
    Are there chat rooms where i can post maps? if not i was going to post maps in the forums.

    With the minium score of 14. If for you ability score if you dont atlest roll a 14 you get to reroll that ability.

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    GoumindongGoumindong Registered User regular
    edited October 2006
    urbman wrote:
    Are there chat rooms where i can post maps? if not i was going to post maps in the forums.

    With the minium score of 14. If for you ability score if you dont atlest roll a 14 you get to reroll that ability.

    Well, i was thinking play by post versus chat rooms. You can make maps in google spreadsheets which everyone can view.

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    urbmanurbman Registered User regular
    edited October 2006
    Goumindong wrote:
    urbman wrote:
    Are there chat rooms where i can post maps? if not i was going to post maps in the forums.

    With the minium score of 14. If for you ability score if you dont atlest roll a 14 you get to reroll that ability.

    Well, i was thinking play by post versus chat rooms. You can make maps in google spreadsheets which everyone can view.

    Well Im down for what ever the players want to use. Im trying to make this as easy for everyone as possible.

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    GoumindongGoumindong Registered User regular
    edited October 2006
    I would prefer Play by Post personally.

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    urbmanurbman Registered User regular
    edited October 2006
    ANyone else have any ideas im open to suggestions.

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    OlivawOlivaw good name, isn't it? the foot of mt fujiRegistered User regular
    edited October 2006
    What about OpenRPG?

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    INeedNoSaltINeedNoSalt with blood on my teeth Registered User regular
    edited October 2006
    urbman wrote:
    Are there chat rooms where i can post maps? if not i was going to post maps in the forums.

    With the minium score of 14. If for you ability score if you dont atlest roll a 14 you get to reroll that ability.

    14+1d4 would be more efficient than rerolling most stats repeatedly. >>

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    RiemannLivesRiemannLives Registered User regular
    edited October 2006
    urbman wrote:
    Are there chat rooms where i can post maps? if not i was going to post maps in the forums.

    With the minium score of 14. If for you ability score if you dont atlest roll a 14 you get to reroll that ability.

    14+1d4 would be more efficient than rerolling most stats repeatedly. >>

    First, it would need to be 13+d5 (he said the lower limit is 14 not 15 as with 14+d4).

    Second, it is definetly more efficient but would give far more 18s than would rolling repeatedly. Even rerolling less than 14 on a 3d6 there is an exponential dropoff at the higher numbers. There is only 1/216 chance of rolling an 18. You are several times more likely to roll a 14.

    Rolling dice for stats never really sat well with me anyway. For something so important to game balance, both of players compared to their foes and players compared to each other, it seems silly to leave to pure chance. At least with point buy the DM knows how strong the PCs will be and the PCs know no one starts with a huge advantage over anyone else.

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    GoumindongGoumindong Registered User regular
    edited October 2006
    Olivaw wrote:
    What about OpenRPG?

    In my experience, i havent gotten an OPENRPG game to last. I have gotten PbP games to last, they take longer typically, but OPENRPG games can just be a real pain.

    I'd be open to it though.

    edit: rolling is easier, but i do prefer point buy/array methods. It keeps everyone about the same power, which is good.

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    urbmanurbman Registered User regular
    edited October 2006
    we could go that way i just dont know exactlyhow that system works. For example how many points would it cost to lvl up from 13 to 14? How does the cost scale?

    So we could use that system once i know how it works.

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    Aroused BullAroused Bull Registered User regular
    edited October 2006
    Minimum score 14, jesus. How does that impact gameplay?

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    GoumindongGoumindong Registered User regular
    edited October 2006
    urbman wrote:
    we could go that way i just dont know exactlyhow that system works. For example how many points would it cost to lvl up from 13 to 14? How does the cost scale?

    So we could use that system once i know how it works.

    Its in the PHB.

    You start at 8.

    Every point from 9 to 14 costs 1

    15 and 16 cost 2

    17 and 18 cost 3.

    Typically you have 28 or 32 points to spend.

    After that is done, you apply racial modifiers.

    Total points for each ability would be

    9 = 1
    10=2
    11=3
    12=4
    13=5
    14=6
    15=8
    16=10
    17=13
    18=16


    You want a minimum ability of 14, which is a minimum points of 36. If you went the normal method of Point Buy with that amount characters would be very optimized[18 int/18 con wizards].

    If you wanted to enforce the 14 minimum, i would instead set an array. 14,14,15,16,17,18 for your array or similar. That or points similar to that array with a min of 14. Note however, that that is quite strong.

    So the best thing to do would be to design a "target array" and then figure out the number of points it would take to get there, then subtract 36 and say you start at 14 instead of 8. For the array above that would be 23 points.
    Minimum score 14, jesus. How does that impact gameplay?

    Stronger/More resiliant characters. CR's are typically a bit higher so advancement is faster. If you RP well it doesnt much matter.

    It makes classes that require a lot of good scores more viable. In a classic point buy sytem, monks are shafted early on[and later on, but to a lesser extent] because they cant boost their AC and either must specialize in dex/wis or have a low AC for a combat character. Bards, Paladins, and Ragners also have this problem, which is alievated by high ability scores.

    It makes druids a bit less powerful, as much of their strengh comes from being able to ignore their physical statistics for the most part[except con], clerics get stronger as well, but arcanists arent much affected.

    It helps rogues a lot too, not as much fighters and barbarians[fighters more due to dex/int requirements for some good feats].

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    urbmanurbman Registered User regular
    edited October 2006
    Ok know that i know how it works i am comfortable using it for character creation.

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    GoumindongGoumindong Registered User regular
    edited October 2006
    Works for me then.

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    urbmanurbman Registered User regular
    edited November 2006
    Ok I'm going to try to bring this back. I really want to do this. I am looking for at lest 4-5 players. I will try to make this both Role Play and combat heavy.

    If we don't get enough players I would be willing to make a character just for combat.

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    ArdentArdent Down UpsideRegistered User regular
    edited November 2006
    Minimum score 14, jesus. How does that impact gameplay?
    In FR, all that means is you're slightly weaker than any random iconic NPC.

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    panksea06panksea06 Registered User regular
    edited November 2006
    I am somewhat interested as well. I play in the FR setting alot and play 3.0 but never done a play by post or such though.
    But I would still be game, if a tad new to that specific style.

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    Alexan DriteAlexan Drite Registered User regular
    edited November 2006
    Sure I'm interested. I highly recommend you set down some things:
    A: Allow the PGFR, it *really* touched up FR stuff that was confusing. You don't have to allow any of the prestige classes.
    B: Give us a region to start in, or a general area, so that we can optomize characters.
    C: 3.5 is a good patch to the game. I highly recommend it.

    Here are some questions I have for any campaign I'm headed into:
    A: What happens if you make a mechanical mistake?

    B: What are the approved source materials.

    C: Difficulty

    D: Making the character:
    Alignment restrictions
    Back Ground and History:
    For instance this is the Digitaldreaming house rules on backgrounds:
    All characters submitted for play
    should include at least a brief background describing where the
    character is from, what kind of family he was brought up in, and other
    details. If you include some Silver Marches-specific information, you
    may find it used in adventures involving your character at a later
    date. However, we prefer more believable backgrounds over outlandish
    works of fiction--a 1st-level character can only have accomplished so
    much to this point, after all--and overused cliches such as amnesia,
    orphanage, star-crossed loves, divine destiny, melodrama, etc. should
    be avoided. Also, please try to proofread your histories, or at least
    run it through a spellcheck, as this will aid greatly in approval.
    Character descriptions:
    For instance:
    Character Descriptions: Characters should have descriptions that fit
    with the setting. This includes such things as hair colors that are
    appropriate for their race, and clothing that is appropriate for their
    jobs. Characters with descriptions containing things such as "tight
    leather catsuit with a tail, along with ears mounted on a headband"
    will be rejected outright and summarily deleted. If you wish to play
    an Anthromorph character, please find another chat to do so. There are
    many games online that cater to this specific type of character, but
    this is not one.

    Character Regions: Where can we be from?

    Starting Character level

    Ability scores

    Starting gold

    Regional Feats: (As per the FRCS or Players Guide?)
    Regional Equipment: ?

    Anything else.

    E: Partial Saves and Babs?

    F: Houserules
    Do divine casters get weapon proficiency in their deity's favored weapon?
    Do we keep track of Sustenance and Minor Disposables?
    Familiar Rules changes
    Sorcerer? Any bonuses to the class (Such as Escher Materials, Heighten Spell, and class skills added?)
    Inventory easing for level 1 adventurering, are there adventure packs to choose from?
    What happens when we die or get sick of our charcter?

    G: Bug fixes.
    For instance: Diplomacy, Polymorph, or Diviners?

    H: Role Playing XP

    I: Any specifics required in posting or how we declare our actions. Such as using italics or bold for certain checks.

    J: How often do we meet. When where and how.

    K: What do you need us to give you?
    ==
    I'm sure you've answered one or two of these, but being more specific would help.

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    HorseshoeHorseshoe Registered User regular
    edited November 2006
    I would be interested in trying a play-by-post FR game. (Unfortunately my schedule is too erratic for me to sign up for a chat game in good conscience).

    And I have many of the same questions as Alexan Drite.

    (But I'm unfortunately lacking the player's guide to faerun. The other folks I play with right now have a bad taste in their mouth because of a "mean" DM who put them in the FR setting)

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    CyberJackalCyberJackal Registered User regular
    edited November 2006
    Horseshoe wrote:
    I would be interested in trying a play-by-post FR game. (Unfortunately my schedule is too erratic for me to sign up for a chat game in good conscience).

    That goes double for me.

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    Abysmal LynxAbysmal Lynx Registered User regular
    edited November 2006
    I'm somewhat interested in playing, but I have no idea what the difference between 3.0 and 3.5 is. When I got my FR books I didn't know they where 3.0, so simply I don't know if I have the required rules to play.

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    urbmanurbman Registered User regular
    edited November 2006
    Sure I'm interested. I highly recommend you set down some things:
    A: Allow the PGFR, it *really* touched up FR stuff that was confusing. You don't have to allow any of the prestige classes.
    B: Give us a region to start in, or a general area, so that we can optomize characters.
    C: 3.5 is a good patch to the game. I highly recommend it.

    Here are some questions I have for any campaign I'm headed into:
    A: What happens if you make a mechanical mistake?
    what do you mean? I probably know what you mean, just under different terms.
    B: What are the approved source materials.
    either 3.0 or 3.5 PHB, MM, DM Guide, and The Campaign Settings Book.
    C: Difficulty
    Im going with hard encounters, suck as big battles or complex fights, not just "hey look 5 orcs". Role Play will be a huge factor.
    D: Making the character:
    Alignment restrictions
    None
    Back Ground and History:
    For instance this is the Digitaldreaming house rules on backgrounds:
    All characters submitted for play
    should include at least a brief background describing where the
    character is from, what kind of family he was brought up in, and other
    details. If you include some Silver Marches-specific information, you
    may find it used in adventures involving your character at a later
    date. However, we prefer more believable backgrounds over outlandish
    works of fiction--a 1st-level character can only have accomplished so
    much to this point, after all--and overused cliches such as amnesia,
    orphanage, star-crossed loves, divine destiny, melodrama, etc. should
    be avoided. Also, please try to proofread your histories, or at least
    run it through a spellcheck, as this will aid greatly in approval.
    Character descriptions:
    For instance:
    Character Descriptions: Characters should have descriptions that fit
    with the setting. This includes such things as hair colors that are
    appropriate for their race, and clothing that is appropriate for their
    jobs. Characters with descriptions containing things such as "tight
    leather catsuit with a tail, along with ears mounted on a headband"
    will be rejected outright and summarily deleted. If you wish to play
    an Anthromorph character, please find another chat to do so. There are
    many games online that cater to this specific type of character, but
    this is not one.

    I really like that. We will use that.
    Character Regions: Where can we be from?
    Anywhere, just explain in the back story how you got there.
    Starting Character level
    2
    Ability scores
    Point But system
    Starting gold
    The max of what the book says your class can roll.

    Regional Feats: (As per the FRCS or Players Guide?)
    Regional Equipment: ?

    Anything else.
    E: Partial Saves and Babs?
    partial saves when they are needed, and im sorry again but what is Babs?
    F: Houserules
    Do divine casters get weapon proficiency in their deity's favored weapon?
    Do we keep track of Sustenance and Minor Disposables?
    Familiar Rules changes
    Sorcerer? Any bonuses to the class (Such as Escher Materials, Heighten Spell, and class skills added?)
    Inventory easing for level 1 adventurering, are there adventure packs to choose from?
    What happens when we die or get sick of our charcter?
    Yes.
    If you want.
    Anything the books say
    My only thing with sorcs are they get 1.5 (round up) the spells per day do to their magic touch.
    I just play you can carry anything up until your carrying limit.

    G: Bug fixes.
    For instance: Diplomacy, Polymorph, or Diviners?
    It is played along into roleplaying. Just when you want to use it, after your post in italics like so Diplomacy check: Roll 16.
    Polymorgh: if you have a spell or you a were character*
    Diviners: They come from being Chosen by the God*
    H: Role Playing XP
    Of course
    I: Any specifics required in posting or how we declare our actions. Such as using italics or bold for certain checks.
    Italics for skills and Bold for actions and feats
    J: How often do we meet. When where and how.
    This will be decided once we have established our players.
    K: What do you need us to give you?
    Character sheet and back ground.

    I hope I answered all of your questions :D.

    *Happens through the story and can not choose this at start.

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    Abysmal LynxAbysmal Lynx Registered User regular
    edited November 2006
    From all that, looks like I'll probably play. I'm thinking about playing as an earth genasi; because of the level adjustment would I still start at two or would I start at one?

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    gredavingredavin Registered User regular
    edited November 2006
    You would start level 1.

    EDIT: That is if the Level Adjustment is only +1, I don't remember off hand. If its higher, and the game is starting level 2, you wouldnt be able to play it.

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    urbmanurbman Registered User regular
    edited November 2006
    If you pick a powerful race your player lvl is that of the race, but you class lvl is 1.

    So if your a drow your a lvl 1 rogue/lvl 3 drow with 1000 exp.

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    Abysmal LynxAbysmal Lynx Registered User regular
    edited November 2006
    So that means I would be a level 1 fighter/level 2 earth genasi correct? Of course I'm also considering a lightfoot rouge.

    EDIT: I mean level 1 genasi, because its only level adjustment +1, but still two levels overall.

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    gredavingredavin Registered User regular
    edited November 2006
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    urbmanurbman Registered User regular
    edited November 2006
    So that means I would be a level 1 fighter/level 2 earth genasi correct? Of course I'm also considering a lightfoot rouge.

    Yes that would be correct. So now that I answered those question who else would be interested in Playing?

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    Alexan DriteAlexan Drite Registered User regular
    edited November 2006
    What is the point buy? Essentially, how many points do we get?

    Secondly which region is this campaign based in? If you can narrow it down to a city that'd be great.

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    urbmanurbman Registered User regular
    edited November 2006
    What is the point buy? Essentially, how many points do we get?

    Secondly which region is this campaign based in? If you can narrow it down to a city that'd be great.

    point buy system is on the first page.

    and probably sowrd coast region starting with water deep.

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    Alexan DriteAlexan Drite Registered User regular
    edited November 2006
    urbman wrote:
    What is the point buy? Essentially, how many points do we get?

    Secondly which region is this campaign based in? If you can narrow it down to a city that'd be great.

    point buy system is on the first page.

    and probably sowrd coast region starting with water deep.
    No, how many points do we have? 32? 50? 22? Thank you on the city location. That helps.

    I'm thinking of being a Paladin of Azuth from Calimshan. In the Player's guide to FR there is a regional feat, spellwise.
    Spellwise: +2 on knowledge arcana and spellcraft checks. +2 on saves against illusion spells and effects.
    Is this ok to take?
    Along with the Regional starting equipment (Masterwork Chainshirt and potion of cure light wounds.) I'm going to double check in the FRCS to make sure there isn't anything better. I'll send you background and description tonight. Do you have an e-mail address? Are we using these boards or use one of the boards like over at rpol.net. Do we roll for level 2 HP or just use average (as per the DMG). Any online character sheets you'd prefer, such as http://www.3edb.com/ or http://www.sylnae.net/3eprofiler/ , or just make one in a PDF and e-mail it?

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