Alright I'm confused a little. I get priestesses can have snakewhips as weapon, but can they have anything else? I might have to reread the books again, for the houses and what not.
As you can read, Briza (Malice's daughter) had a mace as well as a weapon. Plus most drow women are trained fiercely in both mental domination spells, summoning spells and damage spells creating a rather vicious clerical type of character
I was thinking a bit on the line of odd one out, perhaps she could be Zaerīs apprentice if he is leading mage for the house? A girl definently not priestess material but the house puts up with her because of her talent that Zaer is supposed to hone and train.
I would be intrested, I had toughts to play a male wizard/psion (you know the special PrC which combines arcane and psion studies? My char is that). Of course if we have female wizard, then we both are likely rivals but in sense I am 'superior' to her in Sorcerer thanks just being male student and plus I have some edge towards most other casters thanks for having psionic tricks .
Anycase, in heritage wise my char is matron mother's deceased sister's oldest son (sister which was killed century or two ago when present matron taked over the house after her mother died naturally knife on her back). Would our matron mother mind if I would be house leading mage and personal advisor (advisor I mean that matron sometimes ASKS a opinion from me and she asks most often from me)?
@ Zaer, Ida-chan
I would consider the choice for a drow female wizard open then, perhaps you (Zaer) could tweak your character a little to play as a part-time patron as well. It would have enough effects, a Matron mother as your bedmate plus being a master in sorcere makes your character pretty vicious to deal with. As long as he's drow I'm cool with it
@ Ravye13, at least that is if you want to become full time weapon master, otherwise you will stay to half/half like you are now. Ps, using a war-trident is quite ok. I've reviewed the idea and Baerne's son in The Dark Elf Trilogy used a spear, so a trident wouldn't be so far fetched.
Considering.... but... is it all Drow? Truthfully? While I can do evil and manipulative, I just prefer nicer characters. Perhaps a non-drow slave that was recently captured? Would a male aasimar necromancer be acceptable? (If we were using the alignment system, he'd be Lawful Good. Old character of mine I'm rather fond of.)
Well.. that would limit him to being tortured and being sacrificed to Lloth pretty darn fast, pretty sure that's not what you want. As we'll be playing mostly Drow, offcourse you COULD make him a lawfull good drow (Drizzt) but as said in the opening post do not count on your life to be a piece of cake *Smirk*
Id be happy to play, alas however, I have read neither the books nor know of where they can be bought/read?
Strife, however was originally meant to be drow ...
(Forgot your post.. silly me)
Hmm, I'm sure we can help you along quite well. You can start out as secondboy, which would result in a slightly less 'pressing' appointment in the family then Elderboy.
Any more questions, feel free to ask. Ps, thanks for all whom have already answered some of the pending questions... sure you'll make house D'nachsor very.. 'intresting'