[FONT=Garamond][SIZE=3]Some people come up with all their character's history immediately. I'm not quite like that. I like to play a character and develop a feel for him, for the world he's in and build a back story to fit as I get to know him.
Right now, I need to set down [/SIZE][/FONT][FONT=Garamond][SIZE=3]Hockerbrecht, but I think I know who he is. It's always harder for me to come into a formed character than to start with a bare skeleton.
But this is about another
Vorgrim (Drow Rogue), Miriam De'melee (Elven Cleric), Diawin (Eladrin Wizard), Torok (Human Druid).
The Journal of Milburn Latimer Harcourt III: 1479 D.R.
10th day of Mirtul
A full Tenday has passed since my last entry on the festival day of Greengrass. Since this time we have followed the coast south and our journey has been uneventful. Earlier this morning we passed the city of Luskan but did not bother to stop nor did we even contemplate
Updated 03-22-2009 at 01:16 AM by kirksmithicus
I don't understand where all the hostility comes from when people talk about 4th edition. I don't recall the reaction going from 2nd to 3rd or 3rd to 3.5
Yes, it's a new edition ... So what?
Yes, they no longer print 3.5 ... So what?
Yes, it has an MMO feel to it ... That isn't a bad thing in my opinion, course that is probably because Im an MMOer
So, I picked up the players handbook 2 this friday. So far pretty impressive. There are 5 new races, 8 new classes and whole host of paragon and epic destinies to choose from. There is also a fair number of feats (many for new classes and races but some for all). One in particular sparked my interest in the heroic tier; implement expertise--gives you a +1 bonus on powers used through a particular type of implement(ie wands, rods, staff, etc). Might be good for our warlock who seems to have
The Curmudgeon's Never Ending Rant [Curmudgeon Racial Power]
You whine, ***** and complain in a nearly incoherent, rambling and seemingly never ending diatribe about the most asinine and inconsequential minutia. As a result your enemies and allies alike begin to suffer from nausea, debilitating headaches and bleeding from the brain. They finally succumb to a slow, painful, agonizing death; that is if they have not already committed suicide.
At-Will <> Verbal Assault, Ranged
Updated 03-20-2009 at 01:25 PM by kirksmithicus