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    Re: Dungeons And Dragons Discussion Thread

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    Have you tried MYFAROG?
    One book with all everything and you actual learn something. Its a great book, I couldn't recommend it enough.

    Also Basic Fantasy RPG 3rd ed.
    Out of all my RPG books, I love BFRPG 3rd ed. I haven't played in so many years but i enjoy reading rpg books.

    I have also learned that i HATE the Rolemaster system.

    I would have posted links but I am not allowed.

    I'm presuming this is basic fantasy RPG and this is MYFAROG. If not then send me a PM with the links you want and I'll either post them or edit them into one of your posts.

    The 15 post requirement for linking is an anti-spam measure and maintained for that but in cases where you have a link that is relevant to a pre-existing* discussion then I've made exceptions in the past and probably will in the future.


    * In theory, a poster could convince me to bend the link rules for a topic that they've created. In practice, most of the members who have tried to do so made their attempt in such a ham-fisted manner and irritating manner that my default response is, "spend an hour and make the post pre-req." No one has memorably drawn my ire to date regarding an attempt to get a relevant link into a pre-existing thread.
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    Re: Dungeons And Dragons Discussion Thread

    You are correct on the links and thank you. I understand the no link posting for new members, I can wait.

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    Re: Dungeons And Dragons Discussion Thread

    So far I'm playing a Level 3 Neutral Good Female Lesser Drow Wizard named Sarah Diamond who was inspired by the Page of Pentacles Tarot Court Card from any tarot deck. (No specific deck.) So far she going to competed in the tournament with a cleric, a factotum, a bard and a fighter.
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    Re: Dungeons And Dragons Discussion Thread

    Here's the update of my game. My team solve a riddle which is part of the tournament and the answer was a boar. So far I'm having fun with this game.

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    Re: Dungeons And Dragons Discussion Thread

    Hey everybody. I finally made my very first homebrew D&D 3.5 deity with stats: Saidi Pyncion. Here's her sheet: https://www.myth-weavers.com/sheet.html#id=2083418 So here's the story: I used a paragon creature template to raised all 18 ability scores to 33. Then I only increase the intelligence score to 38. She happens to be Demigoddess with the divine rank of 5. She happens to be a Level 21 Wizard (Wizard 6/Master Specialist 10/Archmage 5), I was going to make her level to be very high like 50 but 21 is good enough. I even included the Alter Reality Salient Divine Power Ability. I even write a backstory of Saidi. So what do you think of my very first homebrew deity? I put a lot of effort to create it and I think I made a few if not a lot of errors in this homebrew deity after all this is my very first time doing this. So what do you think of my deity? I would love to hear your feedback.

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