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Online Sain

Re: Seeking Legendary Monsters (3.5 DnD, lots custom rules)
« Reply #375 on: April 15, 2015, 12:56:07 PM »
Or strangle them in their cradles to eliminate the future threat.

Online Zaer DarkwailTopic starter

Re: Seeking Legendary Monsters (3.5 DnD, lots custom rules)
« Reply #376 on: April 15, 2015, 01:04:09 PM »
That's efficient and possible with time travel, but if lack time travel then mere threat of world destruction in just standard action would work. More so even if spell has 'caster dies' component, it can be tied to wondrous items and let orphaned children wear them....and activate them with promise of a cookie.

Offline avorae

Re: Seeking Legendary Monsters (3.5 DnD, lots custom rules)
« Reply #377 on: April 15, 2015, 02:05:42 PM »
Well here is the basics of the sheet.. I still have a lot to finish but wanted peoples opinion on what I have thus far...

Lan-Lei
CG Medium Fey [Shapechanger]
Chaos Monk 12 | Ninja 12 | Feytouched Anthromorphic Panda
Init: +15; Senses: Darkvision 60', Scent
         Spot +32, Listen +43
Languages:

AC 85, 73 touch, 70 flat-footed
   (+5 Armor, +7 natural, +15 dexterity, +12 insight, +12 luck, +20 Wis, +4 Misc)
hp 408  (12d10 HD +288 ); fast-healing 22 DR 10/Epic
Immune Sleep effects, Charm Effects, Stunning, Criticals, Mind-Affecting Effects, Negative energy, Gas Attacks   
Resist Fire/Acid/Cold 10; SR:55
Fort +35, Ref +40, Will +45; +2 saves vs Enchantment spells/spell-like effects, +2 vs. spells/spell-like effects

Speed 130'ft
Melee: Unarmed Strike + ()
Ranged: Unarmed Strike +
Space 5 ft.; Reach 10 ft.
Base Atk +12  Grp +26
Atk Options Boar Style, Boar ferocity, Boar shred, Sudden Strike[3D6] 
Combat Gear: Everything in equipment section
Spell-Like Abilities
   At will--Empathy
   1/day--Charm Person
   3/day--
Jujisus (CL , DC )
   1st--
   2nd--
   3rd--

Abilities: Str 39[+14], Dex 40[+15], Con 35[+12], Int 28[+9], Wis 50[+20], Cha 25[+7]
Special Attacks: Soul Warp Strike, Improved Grab, Morphic Weapons, spell-like abilities, Flail Wildly + Greater Flailing, Improved Disarm, Erratic Advance, Sudden Strike[3D6]
Special Qualities: Scent, Alternate forms, Morphic Immunities, DR 10/Epic, Darkvision 60 ft, Immunity to Sleep effects, Charm Effects, Mind-Affecting Effects, Gas Attacks, and Negative energy, Resistance to Fire/Acid/Cold 10, Spell Resistance 55, Improved Evasion, Still Mind, Slow Fall 60 ft, Ki Strike (Magic, Chaotic, and Adamantine [applies to the four chosen exotic weapons below]), Displacing Stance (50%), Freedom of Thought, Fast Healing 22, Monk Weapon Mastery (exotic weapon damage increased by one size), Skill Mastery
Trained Skills: Balance +40, Climb +39, Concentration +35, Craft[Alchemy] +30, Dechiper Script +30, Disable Device +30, Gather Information +33, Hide +40, Intimidate +28, Knowledge[Arcana] +30, Knowledge[Local] +30, Knowledge[Religion] +30, Listen +43, Move Silently +40, Open Lock +36, Perform[Dance] +30, Perform[Sing] +30, Search +30, Sleight of Hand +36, Spellcraft +32[+2 to scrolls], Tumble +44, Use Magic Device +30 [+4 to scrolls]
    *Can Take 10 on all trained skills while under stressful/distracting situations, courtesy of Skill Mastery
Untrained Skills: Appraise +19[+2 to Alchemy], Bluff +19, Diplomacy +17, Disquise +20[+10 circumstance when using alter self], Escape Artist +25, Forgery +19, Heal +30, Jump +78, Perform[Sex] +17, Ride +25, Sense Motive +30, Spot +32, Survival +30[+2 to track], Swim +32, Use Rope +25
Skill Tricks: Never Outnumbered, Clever Improviser, Back on Your Feet
Bonus Feats: Endurance, Run, Track, Unarmed Strike, Deflect Arrows, Improved Disarm, Weapon Finesse, Alertness, Epic Leadership
Chosen Feats: 1st: Boar style, 3rd: Boar Ferocity, 5th: Ascetic Stalker, 7th: Boar Shred, 9th: Leadership, 11th: ???
Equipment
Item of Legend(Belt)
Rings of Force Armor 30,000
Ring Of Negative Protection 36,000
Vestment of Resistance +5 25,000
Necklace of Adaptation 9,000

Heward's Handy Haversack, 2,000gp
Headband of Wisdom +6, 36,000gp
Bracers of Physical Might [+4 Str, +4 Dex, Strongarm Bracers], 38,000 
Returning Amulet of Natural Attacks +1, 8,000

Racial/Template Abilities
Improved Grab: If Lan-Mei hits with a claw, she deals normal damage and attempts to start a grapple as a free action without provoking attacks of opportunity.

Scent: Lan-Mei can detect approaching enemies, sniff out hidden foes, and track by sense of smell.

Alternate forms: Lan-Mei can take three humanoid forms in addition to her own shape. These three forms may be that of any Medium or Small humanoid, but once a form is chosen, it permanently becomes one of her three alternate choices. This ability works like alter self, but Lan-Mei can remain in the chosen form indefinitely.

Morphic Immunities: Lan-Mei is adept at distributing her formís vital organs around her body to keep them safe from harm. Lan-Mei is immune to stunning and critical hits.

Morphic Weapons: As a move action, Lan-Mei can grow natural weapons such as claws or fangs, allowing a natural attack that deals the appropriate amount of damage according to the size of the new form (see Table 5Ė1 on page 296 of the Monster Manual). These morphic weapons need not be natural weapons that Lan-Mei already possesses. For example, Lan-Mei polymorphed into an ettin (Large giant) could grow a claw that deals 1d6 points of damage, or horns for a gore attack that deals 1d8 points of damage. If Lan-Meiís form already has a natural weapon of that type, the weapon deals damage as if it were one category larger. Lan-Mei can change morphic weapons as often as she likes, even if she is using a shapechanging technique such as the polymorph spell or the wild shape class feature that doesnít allow subsequent changes after the initial transformation.

Morphic Body: Lan-Mei can use her precise control over her form to make herself stronger and heartier. She gains +4 to Strength and +4 to Constituon.

Morphic Reach: Lan-Mei gains 5 more feet of reach than the creature she's emulating. Unlike most creatures, Lan-Mei doesn't appear to have a longer reach until she actually use it.

Morphic Healing: Lan-Mei gains fast healing 2, and if she spends a full-round action and succeeds on a Concentration check (DC equal to the total damage sustained), she heals 10 points of damage.

Chaos Monk 12 Abilities
Flailing Strike (Greater): As a chaos monk, Lan-Mei is capable of unleashing a torrent of attacks that range from amusingly useless to dreadfully powerful.  When making a full attack action, she may initiate a flailing strike, granting her an additional attack at her highest bonus as well as 1d6+12 further extra attacks.  This can only be made with unarmed strikes or with her chosen monk weapons.

AC Bonus: Lan-Mei is highly trained at dodging blows, and she has a sixth sense that lets her avoid even unanticipated attacks. When unarmored and unencumbered, Lan-Mei adds her Wisdom bonus (if any) to her AC. These bonuses to AC apply even against touch attacks or when Lan-Mei is flat-footed. She loses these bonuses when she is immobilized or helpless, when she wears any armor, when she carries a shield, or when she carries a medium or heavy load.

Improved Evasion: Lan-Mei takes half damage from effects resulting from a failed reflex saving throw, and no damage on a successful one.

Still Mind: Lan-Mei gets a +2 bonus to saving throws on saving throws against enchantment based spells or effects.

Ki Strike: Lan-Mei's unarmed attacks and chosen monk weapons count as magical, chaotic, and adamantine for purposes of overcoming damage reduction. Her unarmed and natural attacks also count as epic.

Slow Fall: Lan-Mei may ignore the first 60 feet of falling damage she may incur.

Erratic Advance: As part of a charge, Lan-Mei may rush erratically and wildly at her opponent. In such an instance, the foe must succeed on a DC 35 will save or be dazed for one round. This ability is usable 20 times per day.

Displacing Stance: Lan-Mei can become so unpredictable and erratic in her movements that she can actually displace her true location for up to six rounds per day, giving all attacks directed at her a 50% miss chance.  These rounds need not be consecutive, and it requires a standard action to enter this stance.

Freedom of Thought: One time per day, if Lan-Mei fails a Will save against a mind affecting effect she may immediately reroll it.  She must take the new result, even if it is worse.

Monk Weapon Mastery: Lan-Mei may add her Wisdom bonus to damage rolls with unarmed attacks, and to attacks made with Whips, Elven Light Blades, Three-Section-Staffs, and Bastard swords.  In addition, the previously mentioned four weapons are treated as if they were a total of two size categories larger when wielded by Lan-Mei, when combined with her Bracers of Might abilities.  In addition, she gets a +13 insight bonus to attack rolls with attacks that this ability applies to.

Soul Warp Strike: Lan-Mei knows how to channel necromantic energy into her unarmed strikes. She must declare that she is using this ability before she make her attack roll (thus, a failed attack roll ruins
the attempt). In addition to dealing its normal damage, her unarmed strike renders any living creature nauseated for 1 round, or sickened for 1 round if it succeeds on a DC 36 Fortitude save. Lan-Mei can use this ability 13 times per day, and no more than once per round. Creatures immune to necromancy effects (such as constructs) are unaffected by this ability.

Acrobatic Charge: Lan-Mei can charge in situations where others cannot. She may charge over difficult terrain that normally slows movement or allies blocking her path. This ability enables her to run down steep stairs, leap down from a balcony, or to tumble over tables to get to her target. Depending on the circumstance, she may still need to make appropriate checks (Jump or Tumble checks, in particular) to successfully move over the terrain.

Dodge Bonus: Lan-Mei is trained at focusing her defenses on a single opponent in melee. During her action, she may designate an opponent and receive a +2 dodge bonus to Armor Class against melee attacks from that opponent. She can select a new opponent on any action.

Ninja 12 Abilities
Ki Power: Lan-Mei can channel her ki to manifest special powers of stealth and mobility. Lan-Mei may use her ki powers 34 times per day. 

Ghost Step: Lan-Mei can spend one daily use of her ki power to become ethereal for 1 round. Using this ability is a swift action that does not provoke an attack of opportunity.

ki Dodge: Lan-Mei can spend a daily use of her ki power to cause attacks against her that might otherwise hit to miss. When she activates this ability, Lan-Mei's outline shifts and wavers, causing some attacks to miss. This distortion grants Lan-Mei concealment (20% miss chance) against all attacks fori round. Using this ability is a swift action. See invisibility has no effect on the miss chance caused by the ki dodge ability, but true seeing negates it, The miss chance caused by this ability does not stack with that caused by concealment or spells like blink or displacement.

Ghost Strike: Lan-Mei can spend a daily use of her ki power to strike incorporeal and ethereal creatures as if they were corporeal. Lan-Mei can also use this ability to strike foes on the Material Plane normally while on the Ethereal Plane (for example, while using her ghost step ability). Activating the ghost strike ability is a swift action. It affects the next attack made by Lan-Mei, as long as that attack is made by the end of the next round.

Sudden Strike: If Lan-Mei can catch an opponent when he is unable to defend himself effectively from her attack, she can strike a vital spot for extra damage. This ability works like sneak attack, with the exception that ninjas using the sudden strike ability do not deal extra damage to opponents that they flank, but only to creatures that are denied their Dexterity bonus to Armor Class (whether the target has a Dexterity bonus to AC or not). Sudden attack's extra damage dice stack with those from sneak attack whenever both would apply to the same target.

Trapfinding: Lan-Mei can use the Search skill to locate traps with a Difficulty Class higher than 20. Lan-Mei can also use the Disable Device skill to disarm magic traps. A magic trap generally has a DC of 25 + the level of the spell used to create it. If Lan-Mei beats a trap's DC by 10 or more with a Disable Device check she can study the trap, figure out how it works, and bypass it (with her party) without disarming it.

Poison Use: Lan-Mei no longer risks accidentally poisoning herself when applying poison to a weapon and she can apply poison to a weapon as a swift action.

Great Leap: Lan-Mei always make Jump checks as if she were running. This ability can only be used if Lan-Mei is wearing no armor and is unencumbered.

Speed Climb: Lan-Mei can scramble up or down walls and slopes with great speed. She may climb her full base speed as a move action with no penalty; however, she must begin and end the round on a horizontal surface (such as the ground or a rooftop). If she does not end her movement on a horizontal surface, she falls, taking falling damage as appropriate for her distance above the ground.

Lan-Mei also needs only one free hand to use this ability. When climbing normally, Lan-Mei requires both hands free. This ability can be used only if Lan-Mei is wearing no armor and is unencumbered.

Steal Spell: Lan-Mei can siphon spell energy away from her target and use it herself. If she hits an opponent with a successful sneak attack she can choose to forgo dealing 1d6 points of sneak attack damage and instead steal a spell, or the potential to cast a specific known spell, from her target. If the target is willing, Lan-Mei can steal a spell with a touch as a standard action.

The target of a steal spell attack loses one 0-6th level spell from memory if she prepares spells ahead of time, or one 0-6th level spell slot if she is a spontaneous caster. A spontaneous caster also loses the ability to cast the stolen spell for 1 minute. If the target has no spells prepared (or has no remaining spell slots, if she is a spontaneous caster), this ability has no effect. Lan-Mei can choose which spell to steal; otherwise, the DM determines the stolen spell randomly. If Lan-Mei tries to steal a spell that isn't available, the stolen spell (or spell slot) is determined randomly from among those the target has available.

After stealing a spell, Lan-Mei can cast the spell herself on a subsequent turn. Treat the spell as if it were cast by the original owner of the spell for the purpose of determining caster level, save DC, and so forth. Lan-Mei can cast this spell even if she doesn't have the minimum ability score normally required to cast a spell of that level. Lan-Mei must supply the same components (including verbal, somatic, material, XP, and any focus) required for the stolen spell. Alternatively, Lan-Mei can use the stolen spell power to cast any spellthief spell that she knows of the same level or lower (effectively, this gives the Lan-Mei one free casting of a known spell). Lan-Mei must cast a stolen spell (or use its energy to cast one of his own spells) within 1 hour of stealing it; otherwise, the extra spell energy fades harmlessly away.

At any one time, Lan-Mei can possess a maximum of 12 stolen spell levels (treat 0-level spells as 1/2 level for this purpose). For instance, a 4th-level spellthief can have two stolen 2nd-level spells, or one 2nd-level spell and two 1st-level spells, or any other combination of 0-level, 1st-level, and 2nd-level spells totaling four levels. If he steals a spell that would cause him to exceed this limit, he must choose to lose stolen spells sufficient to reduce his total number of stolen spell levels to no more than his maximum.

Lan-Mei can't apply metamagic feats or other effects to the stolen spell unless the specific spell stolen was prepared with such an effect.

This ability works only against spells. It has no effect on psionic powers or spell-like abilities (but see the steal spell-like ability class feature, below).

Detect Magic: Lan-Mei can use detect magic 20 times per day at CL 25.

Spellgrace: Lan-Mei gains a +2 competence bonus on her saves against spells.

Steal Spell Effect: Lan-Mei can siphon an active spell effect from another creature. If Lan-Mei hits an opponent with a sneak attack she can choose to forgo dealing 1d6 points of sneak attack damage and instead gain the effect of a single spell affecting the target. If the target is willing, a spellthief can steal a spell effect with a touch as a standard action.

Lan-Mei can choose which spell effect to steal; otherwise, the DM determines the stolen spell effect randomly. If Lan-Mei tries to steal a spell effect that isn't present, the stolen spell effect is determined randomly from among those currently in effect on the target. Lan-Mei can't steal a spell effect if its caster level exceeds 45.

Upon stealing a spell effect, Lan-Mei gains the stolen effect (and the original creature loses that effect) for 12 minutes (or until the spell's duration expires, whichever comes first). If the spell effect's duration hasn't expired by this time, the spell effect returns to the creature that originally benefited from it.

Lan-Mei can steal the effect of a spell only if the spell could be cast on him by the original caster. For example, Lan-Mei couldn't gain the effect of an animal growth spell (unless the spellthief is of the animal type) or the effect of a shield spell (since that spell's range is personal). If Lan-Mei tries to steal the effect of a spell not allowed to her, the effect is still suppressed on the original target of the spell for 12 minutes.

This ability does not work on spell effects that are immune to dispel magic (such as bestow curse).

Steal Energy Resistance: Lan-Mei can siphon off some or all of a target's resistance to an energy type (acid, cold, electricity, fire, or sonic). If Lan-Mei hits an opponent with a successful sneak attack she can choose to forgo dealing 1d6 points of sneak attack damage and instead temporarily gain resistance 20 to an energy type to which her target is resistant (or immune). If the target is willing, Lan-Mei can steal energy resistance with a touch as a standard action.

Simultaneously, the target creature's resistance to that energy type is reduced by 20 (to a minimum of 0). A creature with immunity to an energy type retains that immunity.

If her target has more than one type of resistance to energy, Lan-Mei can choose which kind to steal; otherwise, the DM determines the stolen resistance randomly from among those possessed by the target. If Lan-Mei chooses to steal a type of resistance that the target doesn't possess, the stolen type of resistance is determined randomly from those possessed by the target.

The resistance Lan-Mei gains from using this ability lasts for 1 minute. If the resistance is derived from a temporary effect (such as a spell), the stolen resistance disappears when the effect expires.

Lan-Mei can use this ability multiple times, but its effects do not stack unless they apply to different types of energy. For example, throughout a long combat, Lan-Mei might use this ability to gain resistance to fire and resistance to cold, but she could not use it twice on a creature that is resistant to fire to gain twice as much resistance to fire (nor to reduce the creature's resistance to fire by twice as much).

Steal Spell-Like Ability: Lan-Mei can use a sneak attack to temporarily steal a creature's spell-like ability. If Lan-Mei hits an opponent with a sneak attack she can choose to forgo dealing 1d6 points of sneak attack damage and instead gain one use of one of the target's spell-like abilities. If the target is willing, Lan-Mei can steal a spell-like ability with a touch as a standard action.

This spell-like ability can originate from the target's class, race, template, or any other source, and can be of any level up to 4th. Lan-Mei can select a specific spell-like ability to steal; otherwise, the DM chooses the ability at random. If the ability has a limited number of uses per day, the target must have at least one such use left, or Lan-Mei can't steal the ability. If the target can't use its ability at the present time (such as a summoned demon's summon ability), Lan-Mei can't steal it.

Lan-Mei can use a stolen spell-like ability once. For all purposes (caster level, save DC, and so on), treat the spell-like ability as if it were being used by the original possessor of the ability. Lan-Mei must use the stolen spell-like ability within 1 minute of acquiring it, or it is lost harmlessly. Until Lan-Mei uses the ability (or until the minute elapses), the target cannot use the stolen ability.

Absorb Spell: If Lan-Mei makes a successful save against a spell that targets her, she can attempt to absorb the spell energy for later use. This ability affects only spells that have Lan-Mei as a target, not effect or area spells. Lan-Mei can't absorb a spell of a higher spell level than she could steal with her steal spell ability (see above).

To absorb a spell that targets her, Lan-Mei must succeed on a D20+25 level check against a DC of 10 + the spell's caster level. Failure indicates that the spell has its normal effect. Success means that the spellthief suffers no effect from the spell and can cast the spell later (or use its energy to cast one of her own spells known) as if she had stolen the spell with her steal spell ability. Her normal limit of total spell levels stolen still applies.

Arcane Sight: Lan-Mei can use arcane sight as a swift action 20 times per day at CL 25.

Cohort
Size/Type:
Hit Dice:
Initiative:
Speed:
Armor Class:
Base Attack/Grapple:
Attack:
Full Attack:
Space/Reach:
Special Attacks:
Special Qualities:
Saves: Fort +, Ref +, Will +
Abilities: Str , Dex , Con , Int , Wis , Cha 
Skills:
Skill Tricks:
Feats:
Environment:
Organization:
Challenge Rating:
Alignment:

Spell-Like Abilities

Legend
« Last Edit: April 16, 2015, 09:28:07 PM by avorae »

Online Zaer DarkwailTopic starter

Re: Seeking Legendary Monsters (3.5 DnD, lots custom rules)
« Reply #378 on: April 15, 2015, 02:27:41 PM »
Looks good, I presume you have phrenic template added to her to explain psionic stuff? Anycase power and spell resistance are one and the same (so this case your SR applies vs psionic powers also).

Offline schnookums

Re: Seeking Legendary Monsters (3.5 DnD, lots custom rules)
« Reply #379 on: April 15, 2015, 02:41:18 PM »
I think I know the answer already, but...is Factotum considered a mystic class because of their limited spell use?

Online TheGlyphstone

Re: Seeking Legendary Monsters (3.5 DnD, lots custom rules)
« Reply #380 on: April 15, 2015, 02:44:04 PM »
Factotum feels like a Skilled martial class to me. They get some limited casting, sure, but their whole raison d'etre is having ALL THE SKILLS!

Online Zaer DarkwailTopic starter

Re: Seeking Legendary Monsters (3.5 DnD, lots custom rules)
« Reply #381 on: April 15, 2015, 02:52:07 PM »
Factotum is mystic class, albeit they got limited spellcasting but they mimic class features and their 'skill level' goes ridiculous scale so it's mystical ability than just martial.

Offline schnookums

Re: Seeking Legendary Monsters (3.5 DnD, lots custom rules)
« Reply #382 on: April 15, 2015, 02:54:54 PM »
Damn

At this point I'm stuck then. None of the martial classes seem to fit with the vision I've got for the character

Offline PaleEnchantress

Re: Seeking Legendary Monsters (3.5 DnD, lots custom rules)
« Reply #383 on: April 15, 2015, 02:58:56 PM »
Damn

At this point I'm stuck then. None of the martial classes seem to fit with the vision I've got for the character

There are so very few things rogue doesn't fit, especially feat variant.

Online Sain

Re: Seeking Legendary Monsters (3.5 DnD, lots custom rules)
« Reply #384 on: April 15, 2015, 03:00:22 PM »
Yeah rogue is a pretty good choice. You can add sneak attacks to EP damage afterall :)

Offline PaleEnchantress

Re: Seeking Legendary Monsters (3.5 DnD, lots custom rules)
« Reply #385 on: April 15, 2015, 03:08:51 PM »
Yeah rogue is a pretty good choice. You can add sneak attacks to EP damage afterall :)

Be sure to yell "surprise" first! It's only polite

Offline Snake

Re: Seeking Legendary Monsters (3.5 DnD, lots custom rules)
« Reply #386 on: April 15, 2015, 03:18:06 PM »
Question: ar enon humanoid chars allowed?

Online Zaer DarkwailTopic starter

Re: Seeking Legendary Monsters (3.5 DnD, lots custom rules)
« Reply #387 on: April 15, 2015, 03:21:48 PM »
Question: ar enon humanoid chars allowed?

We got multi-headed hydra and slime girl able to turn tentacle monster; so yeah, non-humanoid base forms allowed if they fit CR 12 or less.

Damn

At this point I'm stuck then. None of the martial classes seem to fit with the vision I've got for the character

Well, with binder you could focus on these martial paths; Martial Adepts (crusader, warblade, swordsage), monk (popular), rogue, non-spellcasting ranger/paladin, knight, samurai, dragon shaman, barbarian

Plus any PrC's which you can get with above martial classes are open (unless take one in binder side).

Offline Snake

Re: Seeking Legendary Monsters (3.5 DnD, lots custom rules)
« Reply #388 on: April 15, 2015, 03:32:22 PM »
I was going to do a winter wolf myself but it's already a 9 LA so I can't figureo ut wht to use the last 3 hd/levels on  or classes that work

Offline schnookums

Re: Seeking Legendary Monsters (3.5 DnD, lots custom rules)
« Reply #389 on: April 15, 2015, 03:34:54 PM »
You can take templates as well Snake (a lot of folks have already done so)

Offline Snake

Re: Seeking Legendary Monsters (3.5 DnD, lots custom rules)
« Reply #390 on: April 15, 2015, 03:44:46 PM »
I know but 3 levels isn't alot to work with

Online TheGlyphstone

Re: Seeking Legendary Monsters (3.5 DnD, lots custom rules)
« Reply #391 on: April 15, 2015, 03:45:43 PM »
There's a lot of good LA +3 templates. Half-Fiend, Half-Celestial, and Half-Dragon are all +3, and give some nice stat bonuses and abilities.

Offline Kunoichi

Re: Seeking Legendary Monsters (3.5 DnD, lots custom rules)
« Reply #392 on: April 15, 2015, 03:48:18 PM »
Well here is the basics of the sheet.. I still have a lot to finish but wanted peoples opinion on what I have thus far...

Hmm.  I feel like she should team up with the martial artist succubus and the two of them should run around having fun kung fu adventures together...

I was going to do a winter wolf myself but it's already a 9 LA so I can't figureo ut wht to use the last 3 hd/levels on  or classes that work

Half Dragon, perhaps?  The Winter Wolf has a bit of a subpar stat-line, but with the Half Dragon template, you could pick a Red Dragon for your ancestor and cover up your elemental weakness to fire, and then build yourself around your Strength score, which you should be able to pump up to a pretty decent number.

Online Zaer DarkwailTopic starter

Re: Seeking Legendary Monsters (3.5 DnD, lots custom rules)
« Reply #393 on: April 15, 2015, 03:52:26 PM »
Or be natural lycantrophe winter wolf :P. Who took human form, found a empire (Rome, or go celtic/norse influence and take barbarian as martial path) with concubines and then sought more power....sought become immortal. Then succeeding and then thus become legendary monster.
« Last Edit: April 15, 2015, 03:54:20 PM by Zaer Darkwail »

Offline avorae

Re: Seeking Legendary Monsters (3.5 DnD, lots custom rules)
« Reply #394 on: April 15, 2015, 03:54:55 PM »
Looks good, I presume you have phrenic template added to her to explain psionic stuff? Anycase power and spell resistance are one and the same (so this case your SR applies vs psionic powers also).

Yep I do. Here Monster sie was Anthro [Bear]5/ Half-Doppelganger 2/ warshaper 2/ Phenric 2/Feytouched 1

Online Zaer DarkwailTopic starter

Re: Seeking Legendary Monsters (3.5 DnD, lots custom rules)
« Reply #395 on: April 15, 2015, 03:57:46 PM »
Yep I do. Here Monster sie was Anthro [Bear]5/ Half-Doppelganger 2/ warshaper 2/ Phenric 2/Feytouched 1

*nods*

Suits fine :). Although there is limit for one inherited template and one gained template (meaning natural lycantrophic panda is inherited through birth, so need pick half-doppleganger, phrenic or feytouched as 'gained' template which was gained as part of adventures or ascension to become legendary monster). I am willing bend rule bit so that natural lycantrophe can be a race (meaning your race is literally a panda) so you can get 1 inherited template and 1 gained template top of that.

Meaning either half-doppleganger, phrenic or feytouched (one of three) needs go.
« Last Edit: April 15, 2015, 03:59:27 PM by Zaer Darkwail »

Offline Snake

Re: Seeking Legendary Monsters (3.5 DnD, lots custom rules)
« Reply #396 on: April 15, 2015, 03:58:17 PM »
That'd be a pretty interesting concept.

But one thin I"m wondering on is how do classes apply to a creature like that? I can use sorcerer or warlock perhaps with a feat from savage species that lets you cast without hands.

I was going to apply monster or legend but a winter wolf is a magical beast and doesn't qualify.

And that would be a huge LA on it's own...bu tI like it XD

Online TheGlyphstone

Re: Seeking Legendary Monsters (3.5 DnD, lots custom rules)
« Reply #397 on: April 15, 2015, 04:01:36 PM »
*nods*

Suits fine :). Although there is limit for one inherited template and one gained template (meaning natural lycantrophic panda is inherited through birth, so need pick half-doppleganger, phrenic or feytouched as 'gained' template which was gained as part of adventures or ascension to become legendary monster). I am willing bend rule bit so that natural lycantrophe can be a race (meaning your race is literally a panda) so you can get 1 inherited template and 1 gained template top of that.

Meaning either half-doppleganger, phrenic or feytouched (one of three) needs go.

She's not a lycanthrope. She's a Anthropomorphic Animal (Savage Species). But yeah, there's one too many templates there anyways.

Online Zaer DarkwailTopic starter

Re: Seeking Legendary Monsters (3.5 DnD, lots custom rules)
« Reply #398 on: April 15, 2015, 04:02:59 PM »
Legendary monster is banned. How many times I need repeat this :P. Anycase you can apply classes to winter wolf as it has Int past 3 and so there can be winter wolves (natural ones) which have barbarian levels and what not (funny as it sounds). I suggested lycantrophic template as it would allow nice shapeshifting and natural animals can be natural lycantrophes (so your true form is a winter wolf but can take shape of man.....Witcher would be cool pic for your char humanoid form).

Or half-doppleganger albeit it would be weird think about how you got that template.

She's not a lycanthrope. She's a Anthropomorphic Animal (Savage Species). But yeah, there's one too many templates there anyways.

*facepalms* Sorry, forgot antromorphic and that indeed makes her base race as 'panda person'. So still need pick one template which is least important to your concept.

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Re: Seeking Legendary Monsters (3.5 DnD, lots custom rules)
« Reply #399 on: April 15, 2015, 04:04:43 PM »
It's mentioned twice over two long threads, to be fair. You should edit it directly into the character creation guidelines if you want people to stop trying to use Monster of Legend.