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@Yurisei Noted. Welcome aboard! :)
Looking For Players / Re: [D&D4e] The World Below [1/5|3]
« Last post by GeekyGamerZack on July 21, 2018, 09:12:56 PM »
Yep! Thanks, DM! ;)
Looking For Players / Re: [D&D4e] The World Below [1/5|3]
« Last post by rjbprime on July 20, 2018, 04:11:53 AM »
He has a Human Cavalier, and a Hengeyokai Elementalist. Just finished his CharGen.
Looking For Game / Re: Star Finder Campaign Ideas
« Last post by Otter on July 19, 2018, 08:29:33 PM »
I'm gonna bump this post over to LFG, I think it fits better there.  This area is more for confirmed games.  =)  I probably shouldn't even have it up since we don't have any open ones atm.  =P
Looking For Game / Star Finder Campaign Ideas
« Last post by Svederik on July 19, 2018, 08:23:07 PM »
Hello! I've been playing starfinder with my friends. We're still kind of new to it, and we're just kind of BSing around in the made up universe. We're not fully knowledgeable on everything starfinder. we've only got one core book and a monster manual.

Either way, I have some ideas for what could be done with it in terms of stories and such

1. starfox campaign.
I'm playing an Ysoki, the little rat guys, and we have a house rule that the Ysoki can be any kind of rodent type of creature. I have a ferret pilot envoy, and he kicks ass. because of their natural dex bonus, and the fact that dex is the core stat for piloting, I think it would be cool if there was a campaign comprised of an Ysoki party who flew four fighter ships and had the DM run the big ship that they all reside in. you'd have to bend the rules a bit, but it could be a mostly ship based combat campaign.

2. Shadowrun, but with starfinder.
learning new game systems is hard. while I like the universe of Shadowrun, I hate the system. Too many D6s!!!! anyhow, I think that the same game could be accomplished with the Starfinder campaign. with a few tweaks to the core of Starfinder, I think that you could have a pretty solid cyberpunk experience with the Starfinder system.

3. Mass Effect.
star finder is basically mass effect, let's face it. reskin everything to be the Mass Effect characters and races, and there you have it.

What do you think? do you have any ideas of your own? tell me.
Looking For Players / Re: [D&D 5E] The Legend of Zelda: The Hero Shards [1/5|5]
« Last post by Yurisei on July 19, 2018, 10:39:06 AM »
Go on then sign me up.
Looking For Players / Re: [D&D4e] The World Below [1/5|3]
« Last post by DireKitten on July 19, 2018, 10:13:56 AM »
Cool! What kind of character are you thinking about, @GeekyGamerZack ?
The guide itself is integrated into a thread within the campaign, with each section inside its own spoiler tag. For an example of how it will look, click here.

As for details related to the campaign, here's a sample of the character section:

Spoiler: show
Nearly every base class from the Player's Handbook is allowed; warlocks are restricted to villainous NPCs, while the revised ranger is used instead of the original. Nearly all subclasses from the PH are allowed, as are many of the options presented in Unearthed Arcana articles (please PM me if you'd like to choose a specific path for your character). I recommend each player choose a different base class, but I will allow some overlap if each character has a different subclass.

There are ten racial options for players: Hylians, Gorons, Zora, Rito, Gerudo, Sheikah, Moblins, Deku, Yeti and Lizalfos. Aside from Gorons, which are male-only, Gerudo, which are female-only, and Deku, which are gender-ambiguous, players may choose any gender for their character. Races have their own starting locations, which are important for purposes related to the campaign.

Each player must have a different race for their character, with no overlaps; this is for purposes related to the campaign. Races are first-come, first-served, so to make up for this restriction, each player will be allowed to choose a pool of three racial options for their character by way of ballot: a main, a secondary and a tertiary. This way, a player is guaranteed a backup option should a player request a particular race first. Here is an example:

Eldin: Goron (1st), Moblin (2nd), Deku (3rd)
Faron: Rito (1st), Sheikah (2nd), Hylian (3rd)
Lanayru: Rito (1st), Zora (2nd), Sheikah (3rd)
Ordona: Zora (1st), Goron (2nd), Gerudo (3rd)
Tingle: Fairy (1st), Korok (2nd), Hylian (3rd)

In the example, Eldin is first to post his ballot pool, so his character is a Goron. The next person to post is Faron, who chose Rito as her first option. Lanayru also chose Rito as his first option, but since Faron posted before him, he is not allowed to play one. Therefore, his character's race is his second choice, a Zora.

Ordona is next to post her ballot pool, but since both her first and second racial choices have already been taken by Lanayru and Eldin, her character is her third option, a Gerudo. Lucky last is Tingle, who has chosen Fairy and Korok as his first and second options, neither of which is allowed for players. Since Hylian is the only allowed option in his ballot pool, his character is Jingle, the Hylian bard.

That's pretty much the basis for character options. Each race is a reskin (and retool, in the case of the Gerudo and Sheikah) of a race published in the Player's Handbook, Elemental Evil Player's Companion or Volo's Guide to Monsters; the Zora, for example, are a reskin of the triton race from Volo, whereas the Moblins are a reskin of the half-orc race from the PH.
Looking For Players / Re: [D&D4e] The World Below [1/5|3]
« Last post by GeekyGamerZack on July 19, 2018, 12:48:51 AM »
@rjbprime Count me in!  :D
Looking For Players / Re: [D&D4e] The World Below [1/5|3]
« Last post by DireKitten on July 18, 2018, 09:44:28 AM »
Neat! I love Swordmages, and have absolutely no idea what Witches do, so this will be a fun game. Presumably Witches are the arcane power source?

A warlord sounds good for a Leader. I'll need to think about Striker. I don't think I ever got to play one...
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