You mean multiclass characters would basically be gestalt but require 1500 more exp per level ?
Why? Why would you think I would set the experience requirement for a gestalt character at 250% of normal?
No Sabriel, gestalt characters are only 1500 multiplied by the current level not 2500.
It might be a good idea actually I think to know what interest there would be in group makeup so that I could perhaps come up with a concept of a leader to fit such a group. I mean I know that she would be picking them but well I would never want to tell players what to play and am far more happy to work around what there is interest in and make my character fit that. That's part of the fun after all and I could easily come up with and leader concept for any group I think hehe. That's if anyone wanted me to be the leader of course
Think of it as looking for players who want to be a character you're looking for. Players today are completely spoiled. When I first started you played what you rolled. Making a character you want came much later. I'm not going to suggest going back to a random character generation (3d6 in order) of yesteryear; but, asking for a race class combination can't be out-of-the-question. I know many players that ask, "what's needed?" when deciding their class and race for a game.
You should also feel comfortable taking it a step further, if you've got a group that works, and feel you're missing one aspect, you should feel free to make their membership conditional on their ability to get along. I'm not suggesting that friction won't occur, but this is not a test to see if you can put up with disruptive characters.
I've been wanting to play an ninja/battle dancer.
A ninja (忍者) or shinobi (忍び) was a covert agent or mercenary of feudal Japan specializing in unorthodox arts of war. The functions of the ninja included espionage, sabotage, infiltration, and assassination, as well as open combat in certain situations. The ninja, using covert methods of waging war, were contrasted with the samurai, who had strict rules about honor and combat.
There is a group just for you. See Scarlet Brotherhood
I like my ninjas like ninjas. Quite, calculating, machines of awesome, like Kato from the Green Hornet. I suppose what would interest him in risking his life to go into the Underdark would be either riches, if he was just a extra sword you hired on, or honor, if he is a long term member of your team.
First, Kato was no Ninja. He was honorable. Riches will interest anyone. What will interest him (a member of the Brotherhood) is gathering information on the world and to report it to his masters. I do see that there are other forms of monks, in the worlds I've previously named, but there are none closer to ninja than the brotherhood. Once it's known that Diggertown is a path to the underdark, the brotherhood would show up. But there are reasons for him to be in the vicinity.
Well, if you are interested in another I would love to give it a shot. I am very familiar with all 3.5 and I would love to give it a shot.
Was this for me or Sabriel? If this is for me, are you asking to start a separate group? Possible, but if not, it should probably be directed to Sabriel. This town is looking for a solution. They need to find the murderer and have planned for several groups to arrive.