Tag: character

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Aleshka, scourge of the H’apesh

By Paco Garcia Jaen Recently, at my university course, we had to come up with a character. Any character. Being the sort of person I am, I decided a character didn’t have to be human, though most people around me decided it had to be. I didn’t care.. I didn’t make mine human. Then I…
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My character and organisation entry for Dragon Raiders

Recently Margaret Weis made a call in her Facebook page for characters and organisation entries for her soon coming out game, Dragon Raiders. It’s well known that I am pretty much in love with the setting and I loved the novel very very much, so it wasn’t difficult to come up with some ideas. Probably…
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Learning Curve: Apprentice-level Characters

By Thilo Graf This pdf from Tricky Owlbear Publishing is 13 pages long, 1 page front cover, 1/2 a page editorial, 1 page SRD, leaving10 1/2 pages of content for apprentice-level classes. So what are they? the basic idea is that you choose from 2 classes, one of which should be your favoured class. As…
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The D&D Business; Or The Impossible Art of Trying to Make Everyone Happy

One of my most admired RPG writers and players of all time is Monte Cook. Monte’s understanding of setting, intrigue, balance and the relationship with the player is pretty amazing. His ability to actually come up with new ideas that can be brought to fruition is also pretty staggering.

In The Company of Henge: A 1st-20th level Player Character Racial Class

This pdf from Rite Publishing is 26 pages long, 1 page front cover, 1 page editorial, 1 page ToC, 2 pages of SRD, 5 pages of advertisement and 1 page back cover, leaving 15 pages for the Hengeyokai, so let’s take a look at them!