|Thursday, March 4th, 2004|
8:33a - A question on alignment...
I'm always interested in playing my alignment well (or other such moral codes I'm keeping as a PC), but recently I've been playing a Lawfull Neutral Druid and I was wondering how do people play these kind of characters?
Do you tollerate a bit of Evil and Good as an impartial character, or do you commit evil acts knowing its for ballance?
I'm interested to know how people view this rather odd role I've ended up in. I suppose I should mention that the way I view my character is a defender of Nature who travels the lands hoping to ballance the worlds extremes and step in when needed. The character also has a problem with material posessions and as such throws away most of the gold he gets.
Umm penny for your thoughts?
current mood: curious
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5:54p - Something to laugh about
There is a DM in our group who just for the heck of it, has asked 4 of us to create a character for his new campgain. He calls this campgain the Uber Munch.
The basic idea behind the game is as such.
1. Take 2 classes and take the best parts of both of them.
2. Level Every Gaming Session, possibly two if we're really good.
3. Presitge classes are treated the same way as the classes, save for prereqs.
I know for sure we have 1 guy playing a fighter/wizard combo going into Spellsword Elemental Savant.
I am thinking of an Elven Fighter/Socerer combo that is going to jump into Order of the Bow and Arcane Archer, then later if I can jump into Shifter and Deep Wood Sniper.
I know it's a silly idea, but it got me to thinking, given these options to totally munch out. What would everyone else write up?
In case anyone wonders why only 4. It's because this GM knows we're the role players of the group and won't go utterly insane we'll still work with his plots. ;)
current mood: amused
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