The group hit the surface soon after the last encounter and rested and restocked their adventuring supplies. They also picked up a new member, a bard named Ellrend, played by a frat brother who became interested in the game we were running and our loud, often drunken antics. Looking over their maps, they found a new section of Undermountain that they almost completely missed. An intersection with two directions they didn't explore yet.
They went back to it, this time without Kyra,
Im looking to create an Elf variant which is more hale and hardy and focuses more on melee combat and ect. rather than DEX and magic in Pathfinder for my Campaign in my world of Estrella. I think that they should be tribal in nature and prideful yet not braggarts. I've been working on a build for them and still have yet to find one that is balanced and different enough from normal elves to be noticed. Once I figure out what Im going to do the stats will be posted here.
Also, I am interested
999, 5th of Aryth
Ministry of Magic
Fairhaven, capital of Aundair
Salamanthar rested his head on the coolness of his livewood desk. His self inflicted headache throbbed with every beat of his fire-elf heart. Last night after the debacle at the warehouse he had returned to his quarters to discover a parcel from nearby Passage. The handwriting was clearly that of his gnome friend Francis Ulysses Calvin Kyle the IV even though it only contained one word – congratulations!
Updated 03-28-2010 at 05:22 PM by cigamnogard
Being barely conscious enough to think straight, I have managed to get the party to flee from this area. With myself and a couple of the other heavy fighters being badly beat up, there would have been no way that we would have survived another fight with Trolls. It did take a little convincing to get them going, but eventually even Corabell agreed to leave. When I turned to lead the party out, I realize that Blintz, Tristiana, Rennek, Juniata, and Godric have already gone. Hopefully, Blintz
Ok geeks and gamers this posting is keeping with the ranting theme and talks about a taboo topic and other that most people grin and bear. Meta gamming, being prepared, and bad mouthing others games.
Meta-gamming, This is another of the RPG bad words and a Taboo among gamers. To those that don't know what this word is it is defined as, when a player uses knowledge that is not available to their character in order to change the way they play their character (usually