The war had left the continent a ravaged and twisted wasteland. Powerful magic users had tossed spells about with no care for those caught in the middle, killing, warping, or simple erasing millions. Those few that survived found themselves in a land populated more by monster than man.
The spell had been unleashed in the early years of the war in an attempt by the Temporal Wizard to win an early victory. Thousands had been thrown out of time, vanishing as if utterly destroyed. It wouldn't be for nearly twenty-five years, sixteen after the end of the war, that they would reappear in the wasteland that had once been their home.
The game's focus will mostly be on survival, however depending on how things go I may introduce a village or group of refugees for the party to lead/protect. I would prefer characters are from the past (and have no memory of the war or aftermath), but may accept one or two survivors.
This is a 1st level D&D 3.5e game. I am only allowing the use of the PHB and DMG for character creation.
32 points for the point buy system.
Max gold for your class.
I will be accepting up to six characters. I may accept one additional player who is interested in playing one or more villains.
Sexual content may occur, and interested players need to be comfortable with non-consensual situations with exotic partners.
The city of Westermist had once sat near the center of Aldbarrow Valley, along the banks of the Fayhollow River. Now, little remained. The mountains that lined the valley to the east and west were shattered, their peaks jagged and broken. The river was nothing but a tiny rivulet of sickly yellow liquid. The valley was a wasteland of mud, not even a single blade of grass or tree left to fill a region that had once fed thousands. Of the city only a crater, half filled with the same sickly yellow liquid as the river, remained.
There was a bright flash of light as the spell reached its end and released a half dozen men and women from its grasp. They fell through the air, landing in knee-deep mud on the edge of the massive crater. Above them, almost in time with their arrival, thick clouds released a drizzle of frigid rain.