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    MTpaladin

    Legend of the Dark Knight

    Ok for character building please use the following guidelines;

    Point Buy:
    - Gotham City Watch officers start at 15 points
    - Bat-family Heroes start at 20 points

    Race:
    GCW - Human, Halfling,...

    MTpaladin Today, 06:38 PM Go to last post
    Drew

    It's been a while since I made a Pathfinder...

    It's been a while since I made a Pathfinder character, but I can go ahead and try to start. I assume you want Mythweavers. Do you want the Pathfinder [Experimental] version? What would Crispus' class...

    Drew Today, 04:01 AM Go to last post
    MTpaladin

    Legend of the Dark Knight

    Drew- Azrael would be a good one. To be honest I was a little on the fence if I was going to open him up for PC or instead keep him as an NPC because there’s so much that can be done with him as an...

    MTpaladin Today, 02:36 AM Go to last post
    Grayson Tagger

    sorry for going dark this weekend, if you can let...

    sorry for going dark this weekend, if you can let me know how you want me to do starting stats I would be happy to try and have a sheet to you by thursday (friday at the latest)

    I imagine that...

    Grayson Tagger Today, 02:32 AM Go to last post
    Drew

    It would be slow-going, as I only pop in once a...

    It would be slow-going, as I only pop in once a day to check the site around this time, but yes I'd be up for creating the character(s) jointly. I'd like to go ahead and express interest in starting...

    Drew 09-21-2019, 02:33 AM Go to last post
  • Count_Dreadstone

    by Published on 07-23-2010 10:37 PM
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    We've all been there. DM or player, it doesn't really matter; after half a dozen dungeon crawls and miscellaneous quests for stolen heirlooms, you start feeling like you've been here before and done that already. Alas, roleplaying is now in your blood. How do you jump start your game so it doesn't feel like any one of your past five campaigns?

    If you have the time and energy for it, you can write an epic quality setting with epic villains and supporting characters and epic locations that stir the blood and get readers stamping their feet and chanting war songs. While you're at it, you might as well go ahead and write the novels for that and make some money doing it.

    Assuming you don't have the time or energy to build that kind of story driven epic fantasy, there are still several things you can do to spice up your plot and setting.
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