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Topics - Ragnarok N Roll

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I love all the new books that WoTC has been churning out lately. PHBII, new monster books, complete books etc. But, I also hate having to run a game with so much crap floating out there like some big giant buffet.

What I want to do is this for my next campaign:

Only the core 3, the psionics expanded and the Eberron CS (since it will be an Eberron campaign) are available for free (feats, skills, spells, etc). Beyond that any feat must have a trainer. Any spell outside of the core will need to have a mentor or sage for training. Sorcerers psions and divine spellcasters must find an outsider within at least 2 alignments of them for training of new spells. PRC's will have to find an expert willing to get them started and for any special abilities thereafter.

I'm thinking 50 gold a week for one or two weeks and depending on the power level perhaps a quest item as well.

Will this work?

I drove by a body of water this morning on the way to work and I was thinking of a couple great places over there to look for murlocs. :ponder:

I cite Dungeon Magazine #122 "Root of Evil" as proof.

This particular little gem take 19th level players and squeezes them real nice. Some good ideas in there I hadn't thought of before. One of my more powerful players started to get very serious toward the end of the evening.

Or is it just me?


Never used them, gathering opinions on the matter.

Say you have a regular vanilla type fantasy setting and your players hear a rumor of a mysterious island shrouded in mist and go exploring and they wander smack into a steampunk type setting confined only to this secret island. What types of problems could arise from this?

Other Games / Who know anything about open source?
« on: March 08, 2006, 08:45:52 am »
I need a robust LDAP integrated server that will handle about 90,000 users queried from that LDAP database.


Pen and Paper Roleplaying Games (RPGs) Discussion / Tome of Magic
« on: March 06, 2006, 10:15:49 am »
Some exerpts here Looks cool.


Does this new book seem like a balanced resource for both players and DM's?

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