DnD Campaign

I figured it was about time that I post some stuff regarding the DnD campaign that I’m currently running.

2004-03-02 15:54:34
My players complained that I misspelled their names. I’ve corrected them. (I mean, really, though, who picks a name like Drizzst, and then expects people to spell it right?)

Cast of Characters:
Drizzst - Drow Shadowknight, 8th Level
Player: Fried
Black armor, and a katana. Strong as hell and good at cutting stuff. With his weapon focus and specialization, he’s a whiz at single-opponent combat. His vampiric touch ability allows him to drain HPs from, or deposit HPs to, a target 3 times per day. (The sword is still, by far, his strongest attack.)
Note: Though he is a drow, Drizzst is not particularly sneaky. (Fullplate is not quiet.) He recognizes only one law: his own.
First mission in any town: Be spooky.
Everyone always mispronounces his name.
Roudin - Dwarven Fighter, 8th Level
Player: Joe
With feats devoted to mobility and multi-target attacks, not to mention his great cleave ability, he is a good guy to have around when beset upon by crowds of weenies. He’s also spent a fair amount of skill points on moving silently and hiding in shadows, and makes a decent scout. (Yes, that’s right, the dwarf’s the sneaky jumpy one.) Not the best talker, though. In fact, his low charisma has almost gotten them killed more than once.
First mission in every town: Find a drink, a hooker, and preferrably a hotel room.
JayBob - Human Sorceror, 8th Level
Player: Sean
In this world, sorcerors can cast spells only by drawing upon their life force. Translation: Spells cost hitpoints. Through intense training, they manage to increase their stamina, but casting has been known to take the lives of more than a handful of sorcerors.
Jaybob is smooth, cunning, persuasive, and damn hard to kill. He tends to stay out of melee and toss spells into the fray.
First mission in any town: Buy some redshirts.

One Response to “DnD Campaign”

  1. On June 27th, 2004 at 23:19:54, Schlueterica Said:

    DnD CampaignLast time, our heroes had encountered a scaly egg-laying thing, and were completely in the dark about the Imaskari. Since we didn’t manage to play today, I decided that I’d blog what’s gone on so far.

    Wow, reading over the last DnD post, I’m sort o…

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