Started by ShadowFox89, December 09, 2011, 06:15:55 PM
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Quote from: ShadowFox89 on December 15, 2011, 11:59:29 PMHmm... Maybe find a pathfinder version of the catfolk and adapt those?edit: And found one here
Quote from: who149 on December 20, 2011, 05:45:27 PMI like playing Bard whenever I'm in a live game. I LOVE to ham it up. Thats the entire fun of being a Bard XD being expected to be the largest ham as possible.
Quote from: who149 on December 20, 2011, 06:08:37 PMI never played monk. Granted. I usually DM so I don't get to actually play a lot. But when I do play, i'm usually either Sorcerer, Fighter, or Bard
Quote from: who149 on December 20, 2011, 07:16:12 PMWhen I was starting out I used to make NPC's to play as. But, I learned that always turned out horrible.Although, I do tend to make rival NPC's that I tend to get into. Or sometimes my players somehow convince me to give them an ally through idiotic means. One infamous example was a *ahem* "Demon Stripper with a gun" In a world of darkness game.
Quote from: Inkidu on December 20, 2011, 07:38:54 PMOh, don't get me wrong. I never try to upstage the PCs. It's there show, but I can't help but interject a cool NPC every once and a while, but it's typically because they have a shared goal so by the end of the adventure the NPC is gone.The only time I deliberately had show off NPCs was for the experimentation of a certain style of game. The PCs were all actually mercenaries, they are the mooks. The guys you hire to pad out an excavation or pull the treasure back up. So the NPCs were actually the heroes and the PCs were the mooks. Have you ever seen a PC go ecstatic on getting 100gp? I have. :) However, they were still special and integral to the plot and all that. It was just that they couldn't use the, "We're heroes!" excuse.They actually love the game. But you have to know your players. It's a fun one to try though.
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