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  1. So, my curiosity in D&D was piqued so I decided to check it out. Danarchy was nice enough to help me make a character, a bounty-hunter Ranger named Andros. He even created a special Craft for me (Ammunition)!

    Andros comes from a society quite like many Native American societies with a mixture of Japanese culture as well. Though honor is an expected virtue, its interpretation is slightly different when it comes to the professions of warriors, assassins and bounty hunters in that actions that would normally be called dishonorable are allowed because the actions are justified by another strong cultural value of theirs, striving to perform the best as you can at your profession. This means that normally "dirty" tricks are not looked down upon in these trades. Andros was adopted into a slightly well-off middle-class family, granting him a slightly better education in more esoteric arts (in his village) such as basic chemistry, woodcarving and mathematics. Carrying a common war hatchet, a bow he made himself and a pistol (a rare weapon in his region). Though commonly he hunts criminals for a bounty, he may undertake assassinations, spying and other covert operations.

    Andros

    1st-level Human Ranger

    Alignment: Neutral

    STR 10 (+0)
    DEX 18 (+4)
    CON 16 (+3)
    INT 11 (+0)
    WIS 13 (+1)
    CHA 15 (+2)

    HP 11
    AC 16 (10 base, +4 DEX, +2 Armor)

    SAVES
    Fort +5 (+2 base, +3 CON)
    Ref +6 (+2 base, +4 DEX)
    Will +1 (+0 base, +1 WIS)

    ATTACKS
    Base +1
    Pistol (Ranged)
    +5 att (+1 base, +4 DEX)
    1d10 dmg (piercing); X3 Crit
    Range 50 ft.
    Standard action to reload
    Composite Longbow (Ranged)
    +5 att (+1 base, +4 DEX)
    1d8 dmg (piercing); x3 Crit
    Range 110 ft.
    Handaxe (melee)
    +1 att (+1 base, +0 STR)
    1d6 dmg (slashing); X3 crit

    SKILLS
    Awareness +3 (2 ranks, +1 WIS); +5 vs. Humans
    Bluff* +2 (+2 CHA); +4 vs. Humans
    Climb +4 (+4 DEX)
    Concentration +3 (+3 CON)
    Craft (Ammunition) +4 (4 ranks, INT)
    Diplomacy* +4 (2 ranks, +2 CHA)
    Gather Information* +6 (2 ranks, +2 CHA, +2 feat)
    Handle Animal +4 (2 ranks, +2 CHA)
    Heal +3 (2 ranks, +1 WIS)
    Jump +0 (STR)
    Knowledge (Dungeoneering) +0 (INT)
    Knowledge (Geography) +1 (1 rank, INT)
    Knowledge (Nature) 1 +1 (1 rank, INT)
    Ride +4 (+4 DEX)
    Search +4 (2 ranks, +2 feat, INT)
    Sense Motive* +1 (+1 WIS); +3 vs. Humans
    Stealth +8 (4 ranks, +4 DEX)
    Survival +5 (4 ranks, +1 WIS); +7 vs. Humans
    Swim +0 (STR)
    Use Rope +6 (2 ranks, +4 DEX)

    * cross-class skill

    FEATS
    Exotic Weapon Proficiency (Firearms) Can use firearms
    Investigator +2 to Gather Information and Search
    Track Can track using Survival skill

    SPECIAL ABILITIES
    Favored Enemy - Bonus to Damage, Awareness, Bluff, Sense Motive and Survival
    Humans (+2)
    Track - Gain Track Feat
    Wild Empathy - Make check (d20 + Lvl + Cha) to negotiate with animals and magical beasts

    INVENTORY
    5 gp
    Leather Armor
    Pistol (smooth-bore single-shot, .50 caliber)
    Composite Longbow
    Handaxe
    Tent
    Backpack
    Bedroll
    Climbers Kit (+2 Climb)
    Traveler's Outfit (1 change)
    Knife
    Flint and Steel
    Artisan's Tools (no penalty on craft checks)
    Torch
    Hemp Rope (50 ft.)
    Rations (10 Days)

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    2. printz

      printz

      How can you keep all that data in order? I find this sort of games too demanding on this. Well, otherwise, they wouldn't have been so unique, would they.

      Every D&D game campaign has to be computerised, damnit. There's no D&D community here, that's why. If only there were the perfect custom-campaign D&D computer game... unfortunately, few people are graphical artists.

      I get you're using the third edition?

      I hope the character doesn't get killed, he's only level 1. :(

      EDIT: D&D has guns? Wow, cool. And they're dubbed exotic, heh. Also, is the racial enemy (or favoured, as it's there), the HUMAN?!? Ain't that near cheating? Doesn't it make most missions against evil human mages and goons too easy?

    3. Naked Snake

      Naked Snake

      printz said:

      How can you keep all that data in order? I find this sort of games too demanding on this. Well, otherwise, they wouldn't have been so unique, would they.

      Every D&D game campaign has to be computerised, damnit. There's no D&D community here, that's why. If only there were the perfect custom-campaign D&D computer game... unfortunately, few people are graphical artists.

      I get you're using the third edition?

      I hope the character doesn't get killed, he's only level 1. :(

      EDIT: D&D has guns? Wow, cool. And they're dubbed exotic, heh. Also, is the racial enemy (or favoured, as it's there), the HUMAN?!? Ain't that near cheating? Doesn't it make most missions against evil human mages and goons too easy?


      I keep it in a .txt file.

      Yes, D&D has guns, I even talked Danarchy into allowing rifled barrels and revolvers to be new technology (to be fair, he's making it so that these are EXTREMELY RARE and EXPENSIVE, which makes sense, as they would be technology so new it's not even a decade old), but they still must be muzzle loaded (which takes a while, longer than a bow). It kinds of sucks that D&D is subject to Fantasy Gun Control, I mean, how is a gun much different from a magical fireball attack or something?

    4. Sharessa

      Sharessa

      Well if there were guns and they were easily manufactured, then logically every army would have guns. Then it wouldn't be a medieval setting so much as an Age of Reason steampunk one.

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