D&D 3.5 is all about making the PCs love some animals... animal companions, familiars, spirit totems....animals, all of them. One of my PCs, the one who is ALWAYS an Elven wizard always picks his Familiar and then forgets about it. I asked him why this is and he said its because It really isn't all that useful other than the bonus it adds it one of his skills (I think in this instance its a +2 to spot). I thought long and hard about how to help him enjoy his Familiar so rather than making it
I have just realized people have actually been reading this blog...lol. If anyone finds my blog disappointing then I must apologize, however, this is mainly just an outlet for may ramblings. Occasionally there will be a nugget of awesomeness though I am sure.
The frail priest of Isis worked feverishly over the fallen form of his friend. He did not understand why the warrior would not wake.
The warriors wound's were healed, but no matter how fervently or reverently the priest pleaded to his goddess she would not return to him his friend from the realm of dreams.
He turned to his dwarvish friend, "He will not wake," was the only thing he could think to say.
"Nooo....really?" was the critical
Is it just me or do Gnomes not get enough credit? Here's to hoping that Pathfinder will make the Gnome more appealing to non-gnome lovers.
After some careful planning and debating with myself I have decided my next campaign will be set in either Ravenloft or I am going to return to my own fictional world. The game will be 3.5 and more than likely be set in a Desert environment (e.g. Arabian Nights style themes) if I go the route of my own word or perhaps a large metropolis cityscape that extends and covers massive amounts of land. I still have 6 parts of a 13 part arch to finish with my players in my current Campaign before we move
Updated 08-04-2009 at 04:00 PM by Drivvic the Southlander