Looking for group
Yeah, I know that you probably came in here thinking about the comic series, but no, this isn't about it. I'm looking for a group to play with on the internet. Preferably DnD v3.5, but I do play 4ed.
I have been looking for a while, but haven't found anyone to play with.
NOTE: I can't DM very good.
I have been Dming for awhile now, and have had plans going to get an RPG going, and I just need the players. We have four confirmed, and just as soon as we hammer out the more mundane details, we can roll with it. =) Post a character that you would like, I suggest a PC to myself as I will be the one running the game. Thanks and have a good one.
Might I ask what kind of creatures are playable in this campaign? Because I like to play Rakshasa, Naztharune(MMIII pg. 136). If you say I can, then I'll go ahead and roll up a character.
Well, last I knew we were starting level one, so I hope you don't mind being stuck in a monster class for 16 levels.
Wait a second, DnD on AF? As in, rolls and all? I'd be thinking this would be going by the honor system then, with rolls.
If this is all true.. Where do I sign up? xD
@Hitler: I'm perfectly fine with starting as a level one. By the way, the level adjustment is only five, so the ecl for a level one would only be a six. I have digital copies of the books, though, I don't have all of them.
@Tetsanosuke: I don't know where to sign up, though when I find out, I'll let you know. *chuckles* =^.^=
I'm talking the Savage Species rules for Monster PCs with ECL adjustments. You split up the abilities adjustments, SA, SQ, HD increases, Feats, etcetera, so that it conforms to a class that lasts as long as their race's ECL is. It's a much better way to allow PCs to play characters that have a ECL higher then the DM's level cap. It prevents someone from rolling a level one Hill Giant and soloing a room of goblins with it's huge stats.
Originally Posted by Jetzelsberger
It's kind of a pain to explain it, but it's a pretty beautiful method in practice. You'd end up rolling a character that is about as useful as any other level 1 character. Maybe a little more, maybe a little less.
Edit: Here's an example of the progression for a normal Rakshasa. I'm leaving out the starting "racial" adjustments to scores though.
You kind of confused me with this.
Originally Posted by Manhattan_Project_2000
@ Tetsanosuke: We could actually do that online in such a way that we wouldn't have to rely on the honor system. I know a couple sites with die-rolling mods. There is jsdice and Pen, Paper, and Pixel's Dice Bag which might be a bit better, since you have the choice of automatically adding modifiers, as well as the number of dice. So that's a bit better, I think, then trusting people to roll their own dice cause, I'm sorry, but I don't really trust a player to be honest about all of their rolls all the time. At least not most people.
I would love to play DnD online. Especially since I'm not really getting to do much with my group here. I'm also willing to DM because I'm already drawing up a campaign for my group here, but I like being a PC, too. *excited*