Bossk is the radest fucking Trandoshian this side of the Core Worlds.
The Fortress of Oblivion would like a word.
Ive seen the animated series, but not the comics.
As someone new to the series, what's the deal with the hate for Amber?
Yeah we're gonna need that link.
Yeah Lvl 1 is a hard time for PCs. Had one die on the second session from a normal crocodile and a string of bad rolls.
The dice economy is in shambles
Psionic fish artificer in a mech suit
war & death clerics: Allow us to introduce ourselves.
Just make the skill check much higher for Intimidation and lower for Persuasion when concerning shopkeepers. They'll learn eventually.
Sir, those are giants.
I love this, that thing is super fucking cute. Are you thinking of adding it as Homebrew to DnD beyond?
No, mostly between the rising atheist and agnostic generation and their out-of-touch fanatic parents.
Bit of a newbie myself so i might just hate myself too. It's been fun so far though.
I was thinking of having a familiar NPC introduce them to a dice game, then lead that into them getting the magic loaded dice, which should be a fun encounter when someone notices it.
I don't think he inherently has an issue with the value of gold, only that he likes to kill things so naturally that is what he seeks to spend his gold on. I think he's also a bit spoiled by games like Oblivion and Skyrim where better weapons are around every corner. Since the issue is mostly out of game and doesn't affect the other players i rather want to try and solve the issue in-game rather preferably.
He honestly doesn't seem as interested in armor yet (probably because he somehow hasn't taken that much damage in combat yet) so he doesn't really realise it is something he might want.
Lmao yeah they are going to be needing ALOT of supplies for when they leave, but you're quite spot on about the forging of lower end magical weapons. That is probably what i'll be going for if my other option doesn't work out.
Hmm, both interesting and a case-specific solution. I like it. That feels like it could be a solution, if the problem comes to that. Appreciate it.
He's new, both to DnD and to RPGs, so i'm trying to slide him into the right direction. He wants to play, but he doean't really know what he wants from the game yet.
Does it? I know that the Princes offer special items, but beyond the name of the two taverns i don't think the book makes mention of any other shops, especially not magical ones, which is why i made a list of stores on my own.
He is a fighter, so for him martial weapons are a priority.
I am thinking of giving him two "options" for what he's lookibg for. Either pay to have a +1 weapon made for him but it'll force them to stay a little longer OR to have a merchant that they are bound to run into offer him a treasure map to a high level weapon, which should be balanced to the parties level but will be a detour to their actual destination.
I hadn't thought of an animal companion before. That could actually work quite well, being useful and cool at the same time. I'm already prepared to use the guide to give them a thorough rundown of the supplies they'll need, so i hope he'll get into that aswell.
He is a straight fighter, who is really into weaponry and combat. Based on another comment i might try and introduce the option for him to have a +1 weaon made for him, but it won't be cheap.