72 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: Governor-Malakai-Vess---Corbella.png]
So, Governor Malaki Vess. An example character from Ascension whose only crime is not wanting his world to be stripped dry and probably rendered useless by the Administratum. The book automatically assumes your party will be opposed to him.
I question why. Couldn't the Inquisitor go over to the Administratum and say that Zweihan's World's tithe should remain the same, for reasons of the Inquisition's? If they're dumb enough to press for a reason, say something vague about needing to be absolutely sure of stability in that region of space. Then make sure Vess knows that he owes the Inquisitor a huge favor. Bam, done, with no rebellion and an indebted ally.
Dnd 4th custom
11 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: dnd.jpg]
First DnD experience
I played a custom DnD 4th* last friday, it was my first experience with dnd. So we sat down at this table, dungeon master is a friend of mine who invited me to come play.
I get a character sheet and filled it in:
race: Proud Blue (human like)
Spearfighting tier 1
Persuasion tier 1 (passive of +1)
survivalism tier 1 (firemaking,knotting,etc..)
So after that he turned on some backgournd music (fable 1 music) and he started telling.
After about 90 minutes he showed me to the group and about another 30 minutes later I got to introduce myself etc..
A bit later an npc asks me if im with the group and I say yes (thinking oc) and one guy says loudly: no! to cut me off.
I dont know what to think about that, it just got me wondering about how they maybe dont like me.
*custom Dnd 4th= The group created their own corebook and some more stuff.
6 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: wild mage.jpg]
My group's pondering bringing in wild magic for arcane spell failure or failed concentration checks in our Pathfinder game. I've seen a couple of decent tables to bring in, but I'd like to see what TG comes up with. At the moment I'm the only caster, and I don't mind being thoroughly fucked over for failure, so long as it's interesting.
So have you ever brought in critical failure/wild magic for any of your games? Anything happen resultantly? Any tables that you'd recommend?
Although it doesn't need to be, it can be really bad, Warp table bad.