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Re: Wrath of the Righteous (Pathfinder; Mythic; NC; Exotic)
« Reply #100 on: April 05, 2015, 01:32:58 AM »
Just a note, I'm not wed to Exposed To Aweful for Lydia. It was the least favorite the first time around, but seems to be much more popular this time. So, if that's a blocking issue for consideration, I can rewrite the history to use whatever trait isn't being considered by someone else.

Per the description Exposed to Awfulness is actually pretty open for multiple characters, just requiring a common relative somewhere in their lineage.  My background implies its a shapechanging demon, so probably pretty easy to work in.  That said, even my history - which was obviously heavily influenced by the trait's story - could easily be tweaked for an alternative. 

Did I get skipped over?

I wasnt tallied on the interested sheet and I didnt get a yah or nah for whether my backstory checks out,

Apologies - I only put people on there who I saw both backgrounds and sheets for.  And it's obviously unofficial and just for ease of reference :)

Updated list of completed background & sheet characters:

Blinkin - Ranger
Morganatic - Synthesist
Loki Aesir - Rogue
eBadger - Arcanist
Pockets - Rogue
Ghostwheel - Summoner
Ixy - Paladin
Latooni Subota - Cleric
Thorne - Oracle
Chulanowa - Wizard

I do not envy having to pick just four out of that. 
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Re: Wrath of the Righteous (Pathfinder; Mythic; NC; Exotic)
« Reply #101 on: April 05, 2015, 04:00:38 AM »
-blush.-  Thanks, Darkling!  I was referring to Branded.

I've also since changed to a male Cleric/Oracle of Cayden Cailean.

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Re: Wrath of the Righteous (Pathfinder; Mythic; NC; Exotic)
« Reply #102 on: April 05, 2015, 06:22:24 AM »
I suppose that being hit by the same escaped demon would count as a connection? I didn't specify what demon, so if anyone wants to try to work out a connection with Lydia, I'm happy to do so. Perhaps they crossed paths at some point, compare notes and "Hey! It's the same guy!" sort of thing? Shared experiences bring them together? I'm open to suggestions and offerings. PM me!

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Re: Wrath of the Righteous (Pathfinder; Mythic; NC; Exotic)
« Reply #103 on: April 05, 2015, 07:00:48 AM »
I'm still working on finishing up the sheet and writing up his info, but that should be completed either tomorrow, or Monday! Done!

Name: Keirnan Landrey
Class: Cleric 1/Oracle 1
Race: Aasimar
Background Trait: Chance Encounter
Character Sheet: http://www.myth-weavers.com/sheet.html#id=148258


Concept: Keirnan is a likeable, dashing(if somewhat clueless) champion for freedom and libations...I mean, liberation.  He travels frequently, and makes friends with most people he meets, learning about their towns and telling them stories of his own adventures.  His divine cause to fight the demons and other forces of evil is met with enthusiasm and panache, for, in his eyes, one doesn't have to sacrifice showmanship in order to garner victory!

Character Information
Personality: Kiernan is a dashing, if somewhat ditzy, fellow, who enjoys listening to good music, a well-spun tale or a well-crafted ode, almost as much as he enjoys drinking, feasting and making love.  His devotion to his faith, and those deities he follows, is steadfast, as is his commitment to the concept of freedom, love and adventure.  His charm and daring are known far and wide, and while he has left behind lovers in every town he's been to, he couldn't be called a heartbreaker.  He's careful with his relationships, caring for more than just the physical pleasures, and his partners always know that they'll remain special to him, even though he can't stay with them.  His reputation as a lover is almost as prevalent as his prowess in battle, or his legendary hedonism.  He never turns down an exciting game of chance, and he's known as a gracious loser, and a generous winner.  His generosity, in fact, is widely known, and when rumors spread that he is in town, the taverns fill with people who know his habit of buying rounds for everyone.

Description: Kiernan's most immediately recognizable feature is his flowing blonde hair, typically drawn back in a neat ponytail, which reaches the small of his back and shines dimly with an inner, golden light.  This glow is most noticeable at night or in dimly-lit, or dark, places, and doesn't shine bright enough to illuminate enough to aid vision.  Though, it does create a potential problem if he's trying to avoid being seen in the dark, or if an enemy chooses to attack, since he's the easiest to pick out in such situations.  He stands quite tall, at six-foot-three and his build is more willowy than one might expect, a fact which is enhanced by his tailored clothing and penchant for flowing lines.  He cuts a dashing figure with a smooth, masculinely beautiful face and sage green eyes which glitter with good humor and an unrestrained lust for life.  His gestures are grand and graceful, and he seems to take up more room than he should, filling the area around him with his confidence and boundless energy.  When he speaks, his voice resonates from his slender chest with a velvety rumble, which, no matter how much he drinks, seems to never become marred by a drunken slur.

Background: Kiernan was born to wealthy traders in Absalom, which came as a shock, given the shining crown of golden curls and pale skin he was born with.  Once the surprise had worn off, his mother recalled a family legend of an angelic being who fell in love with one of her male ancestors and gave birth to his son.  Until Kiernan was born, she had merely assumed it was a kind of family fairy tale, but it was hard to deny the proof in her own child.

The awe they felt for their offspring soon wore off, however, and became the more conventional and sustainable love that most parents have for their children.  It was hard to maintain a feeling of holy reverence for a creature that one had to bathe, change and burp after every meal.  Despite his seeming divine origins, Kiernan was a typical little boy, prone to chasing girls and pushing them into the mud, or pretending to sword fight with other boys using sticks, and, while he was certainly different in appearance and more graceful than the other children, it didn't take long for them to accept him.  He was gregarious and friendly by nature, and he lacked the selfishness and entitlement which plagued many other wealthy singletons.  He was just as happy playing with the children of servants using things like rocks and twigs as he was playing with other wealthy children using expensive toys.  His imagination was limitless and he had a grand love of adventure.

His devotion to Cayden Cailean began at a very young age, when stories of the 'accidental god' fueled his love of adventure and daring, setting him on the path that would define the rest of his life.  He dreamed of one day following in Cayden's footsteps and passing the test of the Starstone, and could often be found tucked among the crowds that gathered to watch hopefuls cross the pit to the Starstone Cathedral.  When he was ten years old, Kiernan accompanied his parents to Kenabres, where they were planning to spend several days in the city, selling their goods to those who were flocking from all over to attend the festival of Armasse.  Despite their dire warnings not to wander off, Kiernan strayed from their booth in the market place in his desire to explore the new and unusual city.  Before either of his parents knew it, Kiernan was lost in the crowd and completely caught up in his own excitement, thus unable to even contemplate the terror his wandering would cause.

For hours he roamed the city, until, as night was beginning to fall, he found himself outside the walls and, before he knew it, he had wandered into the Worldwound and very far from those who might have kept him safe.  Luckily, he was found by a woman who protected him from harm and escorted him back to safety, leaving him where he would swiftly be found by a band of crusaders dedicated to Shelyn.  They took him back to town and helped him to find his parents, who were absolutely sick with worry.  After the requisite hugging, scolding and crying was over, and he was bundled into a chair with a glass of milk and something to eat, Kiernan regaled his parents with the story of the sad-eyed woman and her strange holy symbol.  They explained that the symbol was Desna's, and donated a large sum of money to her temple the very next day, praising her for sending someone to save their blessed child from the horrors that existed in the world wound.

The rest of Kiernan's life was largely uneventful.  When he was old enough, he joined the clerics of Cayden Cailean in Absalom, and dedicated himself to upholding the principals of his faith, as well as destroying the forces of evil that imprisoned and corrupted the good people of Golarion.  His parents passed when he was still quite young, at least for an Aasimar, and he grieved their passing, but his lust for life and the knowledge that they had lived long and well did not allow him to wallow in his sadness for long.  Once his training was complete, he ventured from Absalom to begin traveling all over the Inner Sea regions, learning what he could, and carousing without restraint, as he knew would best please his hero and deity.  It wasn't until his path intersected that of a wicked slaver who was imprisoning magical creatures for his own evil purposes that Kiernan found his true calling.

After defeating the slaver and freeing the creatures he'd ensnared, Kiernan felt a powerful force rush through him, knocking him on his eyes and dropping him into a deep, dreamless sleep for several days.  When he awoke, he understood that it was no longer his calling to serve Cayden as his divine warrior, but to serve all of the gods who had impacted his life.  He devoted himself to the cause of freedom, and those deities who had, either directly or indirectly, served to ensure his own freedom and happiness.  Desna, Shelyn and Cayden Cailean became his personal pantheon, and the divine forces which fueled his newfound powers.  His focus of study became the Wind, for its strength and the fact that no one had yet learned how to restrain it or pin it down.

Kiernan is in Kenabres once more, attending the festival of Armasse on the anniversary of his first and only visit to the great walled city on the edge of the Worldwound.

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Re: Wrath of the Righteous (Pathfinder; Mythic; NC; Exotic)
« Reply #104 on: April 05, 2015, 12:48:42 PM »
A question for you, since google wasn't exactly helpful. Do you mean that he would have had to read religious texts ala the bible? Or something from monk traditions, like how they draw strength from the abstinence of what they swear into/against. I would really prefer the latter. I have nothing against organized religions, but I feel like it would lessen my character's struggle if he accomplished this through fasting in hope for the favor of some deity rather than his inner mettle and strength.
Buddhism and Hinduism would both take issue with the idea that religious texts have to be about the divinity of a god, rather than the nature of the soul. Either work, but the idea that scripture is only about the gods is very, very far from truth in our own world, let alone in one where gods and souls demonstrably exist. 

I actually imagine him as a bit of a monk-like man, but the curse has made it difficult to properly focus his ki - preventing him from being a monk. (On the OOC side trying to play a monk with a racial negative to wisdom and no dex bonus is weird).

A question on the fact it's a stretch for a first level character. The afflicted were template adds a LA+1 to the afflicted, is it more plausible that he was level 0 when he was afflicted, but achieved first or second level while afflicted - having the levels convert when he lost the template? I did intend for the ritual to involve him happening before he reclaimed himself from the moon's grip. The one that gives him Stolen Fury, that is.

I will be back soon, wanted to ask these before I forgot.
I fail to see how the afflicted lycanthrope template is LA +1 when pathfinder doesn't actually use level adjustments. I've done my own conversions, but even then, I'm pretty sure that the thrope templates work out to be much higher than that. I don't think it makes a big difference either way. If you want to portray him as having lost power when he altered the curse, go for it.

-blush.-  Thanks, Darkling!  I was referring to Branded.

I've also since changed to a male Cleric/Oracle of Cayden Cailean.

I'm not so sure about that one. I don't think it would be an equivalent disadvantage as the other core curses in this campaign. Sorry.

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Re: Wrath of the Righteous (Pathfinder; Mythic; NC; Exotic)
« Reply #105 on: April 05, 2015, 07:34:12 PM »
I fail to see how the afflicted lycanthrope template is LA +1 when pathfinder doesn't actually use level adjustments. I've done my own conversions, but even then, I'm pretty sure that the thrope templates work out to be much higher than that. I don't think it makes a big difference either way. If you want to portray him as having lost power when he altered the curse, go for it.

The paizo were template
http://www.d20pfsrd.com/bestiary/monster-listings/humanoids/lycanthrope
http://www.d20pfsrd.com/bestiary/monster-listings/templates/lycanthrope

I was told that having CR+1 meant that a PC that is afflicted meant he got a level adjustment from monster hit die. It seems that I was told wrongly, so I apologize for that.

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Re: Wrath of the Righteous (Pathfinder; Mythic; NC; Exotic)
« Reply #106 on: April 05, 2015, 07:43:13 PM »
CR stands for Challenge Rating. It is completely different from Level Adjustment, which no longer exists with Pathfinder.

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Re: Wrath of the Righteous (Pathfinder; Mythic; NC; Exotic)
« Reply #107 on: April 05, 2015, 07:51:06 PM »
The paizo were template
http://www.d20pfsrd.com/bestiary/monster-listings/humanoids/lycanthrope
http://www.d20pfsrd.com/bestiary/monster-listings/templates/lycanthrope

I was told that having CR+1 meant that a PC that is afflicted meant he got a level adjustment from monster hit die. It seems that I was told wrongly, so I apologize for that.

I'm not sure if you were aware... but if you're mostly going for theme, there is a race in pathfinder called "Skinwalkers" - basically like lesser lycanthropes. One of them are werecrocodile skinwalkers, called "Scalehearts."

http://www.d20pfsrd.com/races/other-races/more-races/standard-races-1-10-rp/skinwalkers-10-rp


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Re: Wrath of the Righteous (Pathfinder; Mythic; NC; Exotic)
« Reply #108 on: April 05, 2015, 07:56:36 PM »
Name: Roland Mourningstar
Class: Paladin (Holy Gun) 1/Gunslinger (Mysterious Stranger) 1
Race: Dhampir
Background Trait: Touched By Divinity
Character Sheet: http://www.myth-weavers.com/sheet.html#id=147507


Character Background
   Belka Morningstar was a knight of Sarenrae, a crusader devoted to cleansing evil from the world in all its forms. She was a great champion of the Dawnflower, famed both for her victories in battle and her successes at bringing even the darkest of souls back into the light, but her greatest challenge - and ultimately, her downfall - came when she met the vampire Varash. Once a paladin himself, the vampire lord had fought helplessly against his hungers for decades; when he was confronted and defeated by Belka, he begged her help in achieving the redemption he had long sought. Swayed by his earnesty, she agreed, and they developed a close partnership that eventually swelled into love even as Varash inched his way closer to purification. When Belka became pregnant, it seemed to be nothing less than a direct blessing from Sarenrae, and they celebrated as such.

But when the day of the child's birth came, disaster struck. Foolishly, Varash had chosen to fast in prayer before his child was born, leaving him weak and hungry. The first faint cries of the pale and sickly-looking newborn warmed his dead heart, but the scent of rich and fresh birthing blood drew his hunger. In a berserk frenzy, he mortally savaged his would-be bride and sponsor, drinking deep of her blood and that of the midwives before fleeing in grief-stricken horror. Taken from the arms of his dying mother, the infant was put into care as a ward of the church, and given the name Roland in honor of a fallen martyr.

It was a difficult childhood for the half-breed dhampir boy, growing up in a temple dedicated to a god of light and fire. The other ward-children did not go out of their way to be cruel, but Roland was nonetheless excluded by virtue of his pale complexion, smooth features, and weak constitution. Worse, he found participating in the rituals and rites of the temple school to be painful to the point of agony, his undead heritage unnaturally sensitive to positive energy, and his nights were plagued with dreams of fiery wings and harsh golden light. Instead, Roland often wandered the town where the temple stood, finding odd things to watch wherever he could seek shelter from the sunlight. His favorite haunt became a tinker's workshop, where he was put to work doing minor repairs once the owner grew accustomed to the pale and quiet child. A former marshal of Alkenstar's judiciary, the tinker spent long hours regaling tales of his own adventures dispensing justice through the barrel of a gun, capturing Roland's attention even as the boy became a young man and his dreams grew ever more turbulent. Frail of frame, hateful of his monstrous father, and wracked with self-doubt towards the circumstances of his orphaning, Roland knew he could never pledge himself to the dervishes of Sarenrae. But as a lone hero, he could bring vengeance in his own fashion and pay off a small piece of the debt he owed the world for the cost of his existence.

A battered pistol salvaged from the junk heaps became his first gun, sent off with the old tinker's blessing and a pouch of shot and powder. He became a wandering hero for hire, following rumors of undead activity amidst the hamlets and villages of the countryside. Purifying haunted graveyards, hunting would-be necromancers, and sealing breached crypts of forgotten peoples were his stock in trade, but he never really felt satisfied; with another outbreak of the living dead always on the horizon, it felt as if his self-imposed crusade of penance had no end or even an impact on the world. But Roland had no answer, not until one night when he received not a dream, but a vision - an angel who claimed to speak for the empyreal lord Ragathiel, the source of Roland's dreams. Roland's quest would indeed never end, nor be more than a consistent thorn in the side of evil. He could choose to pursue it anyways, doing good on the small scale and frittering his long life away one zombie outbreak at a time. Or, he could accept the offer now being extended to him from Ragathiel, who saw potential in the young dhampir and an echo of the divine lord's own divided past. If he took Ragathiel's blessing, swearing to the principles of chivalry and duty alongside the vengeance already in his heart, he would travel to the Worldwound and the city of Kenabres. There, he would be able to strike at true evil, and possibly make a true difference. This would not be a long life, but it would be a meaningful one; without hesitation, Roland agreed. This was the destiny he had sought - redemption for his poisoned lineage in battle, and likely in death.

Intended Party Role: Fighter/Frontliner. He's a little squishy right now in AC, but he'll be getting much tougher after a few levels. He'll be up close and personal with his pistol anyways, his high HP and excellent saves will help keep him functional, and his high damage output means he will be 'sticky' for enemies.

Secondary Campaign Trait: Child of the Crusades
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Re: Wrath of the Righteous (Pathfinder; Mythic; NC; Exotic)
« Reply #109 on: April 05, 2015, 08:33:38 PM »
Taking eBadger's excellent compilation of submissions, and making it into handy table format for the benefit of the DM and other players who want to know who's going for what role/trait. For people I can't definitively determine, I have guessed, so please correct me if you are aiming for an unconventional party slot.

Player|Character Name|Campaign Trait|Party Role
Blinkin|Lydia Redfern|Exposed To Awfulness|Skillmonkey?
Morganatic|Erakasyne Morrinoe|Stolen Fury|Frontliner
Loki Aesir|M'iaq|Chance Encounter|Skillmonkey
eBadger|Aesa Wyrmborn|Exposed To Awfulness|Arcane Caster
Pockets|Emeric Kessel|Exposed To Awfulness|Skillmonkey
Ghostwheel|Ness Fallstar|Riftwarden Orphan|Arcane Caster
Ixy|Alyx Ianto|Stolen Fury|Frontliner
Latooni Subota|Adena Vishanti|Touched By Divinity|Divine Caster
Thorne|Arlais Maislin|Child of the Crusade|Divine Caster
Chulanowa|Piper Tillikwhistle|Riftwarden Orphan|Arcane Caster
TheGlyphstone|Roland Mourningstar|Touched By Divinity|Frontliner
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« Reply #110 on: April 05, 2015, 08:43:41 PM »
Just a note, I listed 3 choices for a trait since it doesn't show up on the table ;D

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« Reply #111 on: April 05, 2015, 08:50:55 PM »
Just a note, I listed 3 choices for a trait since it doesn't show up on the table ;D

Yeah, I listed the one that was actually on your character sheet. :D It was enough adding in more rows, I don't want to have to work on adding in more columns now.

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« Reply #112 on: April 05, 2015, 09:06:00 PM »
Well Emeric is also built for combat too.

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« Reply #113 on: April 05, 2015, 09:21:22 PM »
Well Emeric is also built for combat too.

The traditional four-person party is a tank/fighter, a rogue/skillmonkey, a cleric/healer, and a wizard/arcane caster. Rogues also do combat, yes (everyone does combat, technically) but their 'party role' in the 4-class dynamic is typically the skillmonkey. This is not a chart of 'everything you can do in a party', else I'd be doubling as a Divine Caster with my Lay on Hands - it's a chart of which of the four available slots you are looking to occupy.


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Re: Wrath of the Righteous (Pathfinder; Mythic; NC; Exotic)
« Reply #114 on: April 05, 2015, 09:23:03 PM »
Lydia is more a ranged combat/support character with some skill monkey opportunities. A scout and non-magical healer, but mainly a ranged character... oh, and eventually, adding an animal companion to the mix and some light magic too.

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« Reply #115 on: April 05, 2015, 09:28:35 PM »
If it helps any, im working on two, a frontliner (brawler, chance encounter, but fits most. shes almost done) and a skillmonkey (investigator, also chance, but fits afew more)

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Re: Wrath of the Righteous (Pathfinder; Mythic; NC; Exotic)
« Reply #116 on: April 05, 2015, 10:09:46 PM »
The traditional four-person party is a tank/fighter, a rogue/skillmonkey, a cleric/healer, and a wizard/arcane caster. Rogues also do combat, yes (everyone does combat, technically) but their 'party role' in the 4-class dynamic is typically the skillmonkey. This is not a chart of 'everything you can do in a party', else I'd be doubling as a Divine Caster with my Lay on Hands - it's a chart of which of the four available slots you are looking to occupy.


EDIT: I give up.

You tried, man. You tried. We appreciate it.
I actually tend to toss the traditional four-man grouping, because I don't like stuffing a character into a mold like that. I like the Anvil/Hammer/Arm grouping better - gives a little more flex. >.>

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Re: Wrath of the Righteous (Pathfinder; Mythic; NC; Exotic)
« Reply #117 on: April 05, 2015, 10:11:24 PM »
You tried, man. You tried. We appreciate it.
I actually tend to toss the traditional four-man grouping, because I don't like stuffing a character into a mold like that. I like the Anvil/Hammer/Arm grouping better - gives a little more flex. >.>

I don't like it either. But the DM specifically said they were planning on it by default, so this was meant to help with comparisons. Hence why my light-armored ranged fighter is applying to be a 'tank' in the frontliner spot, because it's the best-fit option.

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Re: Wrath of the Righteous (Pathfinder; Mythic; NC; Exotic)
« Reply #118 on: April 05, 2015, 10:30:52 PM »
-peeks.-  You forgot Kiernan.  I have a sheet for him, though it's not complete.  I'll be finishing him up either tonight or tomorrow.

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Re: Wrath of the Righteous (Pathfinder; Mythic; NC; Exotic)
« Reply #119 on: April 05, 2015, 10:35:54 PM »
I like the Anvil/Hammer/Arm grouping better - gives a little more flex. >.>

Hear hear! ;)

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Re: Wrath of the Righteous (Pathfinder; Mythic; NC; Exotic)
« Reply #120 on: April 06, 2015, 01:59:28 AM »
The paizo were template
http://www.d20pfsrd.com/bestiary/monster-listings/humanoids/lycanthrope
http://www.d20pfsrd.com/bestiary/monster-listings/templates/lycanthrope

I was told that having CR+1 meant that a PC that is afflicted meant he got a level adjustment from monster hit die. It seems that I was told wrongly, so I apologize for that.

As Pockets said. Once again though, it doesn't really matter. Write your backstory the way you want it to be, it doesn't have to be mechanically sound until you hit the point the character sheet represents.
Taking eBadger's excellent compilation of submissions, and making it into handy table format for the benefit of the DM and other players who want to know who's going for what role/trait. For people I can't definitively determine, I have guessed, so please correct me if you are aiming for an unconventional party slot.

Player|Character Name|Campaign Trait|Party Role
Blinkin|Lydia Redfern|Exposed To Awfulness|Skillmonkey?
Morganatic|Erakasyne Morrinoe|Stolen Fury|Frontliner
Loki Aesir|M'iaq|Chance Encounter|Skillmonkey
eBadger|Aesa Wyrmborn|Exposed To Awfulness|Arcane Caster
Pockets|Emeric Kessel|Exposed To Awfulness|Skillmonkey
Ghostwheel|Ness Fallstar|Riftwarden Orphan|Arcane Caster
Ixy|Alyx Ianto|Stolen Fury|Frontliner
Latooni Subota|Adena Vishanti|Touched By Divinity|Divine Caster
Thorne|Arlais Maislin|Child of the Crusade|Divine Caster
Chulanowa|Piper Tillikwhistle|Riftwarden Orphan|Arcane Caster
TheGlyphstone|Roland Mourningstar|Touched By Divinity|Frontliner
*insert text here*|*insert text here*|*insert text here*|*insert text here*
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SWEET!

The traditional four-person party is a tank/fighter, a rogue/skillmonkey, a cleric/healer, and a wizard/arcane caster. Rogues also do combat, yes (everyone does combat, technically) but their 'party role' in the 4-class dynamic is typically the skillmonkey. This is not a chart of 'everything you can do in a party', else I'd be doubling as a Divine Caster with my Lay on Hands - it's a chart of which of the four available slots you are looking to occupy.


EDIT: I give up.

Well, I appreciate it!

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Re: Wrath of the Righteous (Pathfinder; Mythic; NC; Exotic)
« Reply #121 on: April 06, 2015, 02:01:50 AM »
-peeks.-  You forgot Kiernan.  I have a sheet for him, though it's not complete.  I'll be finishing him up either tonight or tomorrow.

Say something when you are done and I'll add it to the list.

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Re: Wrath of the Righteous (Pathfinder; Mythic; NC; Exotic)
« Reply #122 on: April 06, 2015, 02:18:17 AM »
I may still fiddle around on mine... but it's certainly a wizard, and it's certainly a riftwarden orphan.

Almost tempted to swap to ratfolk, just to continue a theme.  ;D

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Re: Wrath of the Righteous (Pathfinder; Mythic; NC; Exotic)
« Reply #123 on: April 06, 2015, 02:30:28 AM »
I may still fiddle around on mine... but it's certainly a wizard, and it's certainly a riftwarden orphan.

Almost tempted to swap to ratfolk, just to continue a theme.  ;D

You had a hard enough time finding a picture for Ryssa and no one ever plays gnomes :p

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Re: Wrath of the Righteous (Pathfinder; Mythic; NC; Exotic)
« Reply #124 on: April 06, 2015, 05:02:30 AM »
Kiernan is complete, aside from spending a bit more gold and pending a look-over to make sure nothing's been missed or miscalculated.