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User avatar #504 - dndxplain (12/13/2014) [-]
awesome sauce! good luck to you and I'm here if you need advice.
#501 - Bogand, the dwarven ranger, and Kadnar, the bear He's pret…  [+] (3 new replies) 12/13/2014 on dndxplain's profile 0
User avatar #502 - dndxplain (12/13/2014) [-]
Sun Wumankong
User avatar #503 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
Pretty much.

Those five are the only ones to do much of their characters while the others I still need to get or are friends of participants and aren't confirmed for joining.

And that's pretty much it for what I've got planned and designed.
User avatar #504 - dndxplain (12/13/2014) [-]
awesome sauce! good luck to you and I'm here if you need advice.
#499 - All great ideas. I think I'll pick depending on things develop…  [+] (1 new reply) 12/13/2014 on dndxplain's profile 0
User avatar #500 - dndxplain (12/13/2014) [-]
LeL.

why don't you just give him a necklace of wild shape or something that turns his head into a bear?
#497 - and I've got 6 of the player characters to write up, but I'll … 12/13/2014 on dndxplain's profile 0
#496 - This is the map of the Kingdom with each color representing so…  [+] (1 new reply) 12/13/2014 on dndxplain's profile 0
User avatar #497 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
and I've got 6 of the player characters to write up, but I'll wait for you before posting them
#495 - After Intro: The King has been assassinated and no one can fig…  [+] (7 new replies) 12/13/2014 on dndxplain's profile 0
User avatar #498 - dndxplain (12/13/2014) [-]
I like it, and your BBEG sounds viable. it could also be a pseudogod who couldn't find a place amongst the other dieties. or just the cliche liche. up to you

or it could be a lawful evil druid who wants to ruin the aristocracy so that humans wipe each other out and nature can reclaim the land.
User avatar #501 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
Bogand, the dwarven ranger, and Kadnar, the bear
He's pretty much going to be the comedic relief the entire campaign and he wants to be a mechanically inclined dwarf so he wanted a weapon that was a utility tool. So he's starting off with a swiss-army knife of a gun that just pops out a bunch of random things such as a tiny umbrella to slow his falls. Like I said, he's got the ring that lets him communicate with his bear companion at a cost while wearing it, but because his gun can easily end up as op, I'm making him start off with the actual gun part being in disrepair and he needs to regularly repair and maintain it to get the full effect.

Ik-Ehl Derk (His placeholder name that is just a play on, "I Kill Derek" because my name is Derek)
His character is an odd one. It's a Goblin Paladin that shuns how goblins normally act. His god is Nephthys and he wields a mace and shield to represent his goddess.

A nameless kobold (He hasn't came up with one yet)
Nothing special about his character really, but he's the bard of the group. What he'll bring to the table though is that there's a bit of drama between him and the goblin player.

A nameless Half-Elf werewolf ranger
I didn't even know lycans/werewolves were playable until he showed them to me so I allowed it, but he's going to have a bit of trouble when it comes to being allowed into cities and such. Due to the lack of healers, he wants to hire a nurse, but only if the nurse is somehow related to the dwarf ranger (which he agreed to and it's now Bogand's cousin)

Chastity, the Vanara Warlord
The guy who's playing this character is going to be the guy that fucks around whenever he can, but also follow with the story whenever needed. He made his character a monkey woman just to fuck around as and out of request of the goblin player, he's going to carry a quarterstaff with coconuts in a sling just to make Rafiki jokes.
User avatar #502 - dndxplain (12/13/2014) [-]
Sun Wumankong
User avatar #503 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
Pretty much.

Those five are the only ones to do much of their characters while the others I still need to get or are friends of participants and aren't confirmed for joining.

And that's pretty much it for what I've got planned and designed.
User avatar #504 - dndxplain (12/13/2014) [-]
awesome sauce! good luck to you and I'm here if you need advice.
User avatar #499 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
All great ideas. I think I'll pick depending on things develop and how strong the PCs end up being.

Now I'm going to write up what characters I've been given. To make things more fun for the players, I've given them some leeway with some of their characters, but I'm planning on balancing out some of their bonuses. (e.g. The biggest comedian of the group wants a dwarf ranger with a bear that he can make jokes with, but until he reaches the proper level to have an animal companion, he'll have a ring that reduces his intelligence to animal level so he can communicate with his bear.)
User avatar #500 - dndxplain (12/13/2014) [-]
LeL.

why don't you just give him a necklace of wild shape or something that turns his head into a bear?
#494 - I've got a bunch of ways mapped out on how I can force them to… 12/13/2014 on dndxplain's profile 0
#492 - How the world is during the intro: The kingdom has been at pea…  [+] (12 new replies) 12/13/2014 on dndxplain's profile 0
User avatar #493 - dndxplain (12/13/2014) [-]
possible way you could get them into the crypt is to have them knocked out somehow by some bandits, who happen to be using the atrium for their base camp
#496 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
This is the map of the Kingdom with each color representing some kind of group.
User avatar #497 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
and I've got 6 of the player characters to write up, but I'll wait for you before posting them
User avatar #495 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
After Intro: The King has been assassinated and no one can figure out who it was or why. Updates on politics will be heard regularly while they adventure and it will be up to them to decide on whether to enter the affairs of nobility or just keep adventuring (although they'll have to make a name for themselves to enter royal politics anyways so not all of the adventures will be skipped).

After awhile, the kings council will start pointing fingers at each other, believing that their fellow council members would kill the king in hopes of rising to the thrown, even with the queen still alive. One council member, one known to be close friends with the king, brings forth a young man, claiming that he's the bastard child of the king and deserves a claim on the throne. Depending on choices (if they enter politics) or random chance (in case they choose to ignore politics), the disputes can be civil or they can erupt into all out civil war. Then, it will be up to the group to sway things in whomevers favor they want.

Depending on how far we get, I'll either settle with the election of a new monarch or I'll introduce the true BBEG, the one who assassinated the king. I was thinking on something along the lines of a being from another plane who wished to cause a bit of mayhem by removing a keystone in their kingdom.
User avatar #498 - dndxplain (12/13/2014) [-]
I like it, and your BBEG sounds viable. it could also be a pseudogod who couldn't find a place amongst the other dieties. or just the cliche liche. up to you

or it could be a lawful evil druid who wants to ruin the aristocracy so that humans wipe each other out and nature can reclaim the land.
User avatar #501 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
Bogand, the dwarven ranger, and Kadnar, the bear
He's pretty much going to be the comedic relief the entire campaign and he wants to be a mechanically inclined dwarf so he wanted a weapon that was a utility tool. So he's starting off with a swiss-army knife of a gun that just pops out a bunch of random things such as a tiny umbrella to slow his falls. Like I said, he's got the ring that lets him communicate with his bear companion at a cost while wearing it, but because his gun can easily end up as op, I'm making him start off with the actual gun part being in disrepair and he needs to regularly repair and maintain it to get the full effect.

Ik-Ehl Derk (His placeholder name that is just a play on, "I Kill Derek" because my name is Derek)
His character is an odd one. It's a Goblin Paladin that shuns how goblins normally act. His god is Nephthys and he wields a mace and shield to represent his goddess.

A nameless kobold (He hasn't came up with one yet)
Nothing special about his character really, but he's the bard of the group. What he'll bring to the table though is that there's a bit of drama between him and the goblin player.

A nameless Half-Elf werewolf ranger
I didn't even know lycans/werewolves were playable until he showed them to me so I allowed it, but he's going to have a bit of trouble when it comes to being allowed into cities and such. Due to the lack of healers, he wants to hire a nurse, but only if the nurse is somehow related to the dwarf ranger (which he agreed to and it's now Bogand's cousin)

Chastity, the Vanara Warlord
The guy who's playing this character is going to be the guy that fucks around whenever he can, but also follow with the story whenever needed. He made his character a monkey woman just to fuck around as and out of request of the goblin player, he's going to carry a quarterstaff with coconuts in a sling just to make Rafiki jokes.
User avatar #502 - dndxplain (12/13/2014) [-]
Sun Wumankong
User avatar #503 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
Pretty much.

Those five are the only ones to do much of their characters while the others I still need to get or are friends of participants and aren't confirmed for joining.

And that's pretty much it for what I've got planned and designed.
User avatar #504 - dndxplain (12/13/2014) [-]
awesome sauce! good luck to you and I'm here if you need advice.
User avatar #499 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
All great ideas. I think I'll pick depending on things develop and how strong the PCs end up being.

Now I'm going to write up what characters I've been given. To make things more fun for the players, I've given them some leeway with some of their characters, but I'm planning on balancing out some of their bonuses. (e.g. The biggest comedian of the group wants a dwarf ranger with a bear that he can make jokes with, but until he reaches the proper level to have an animal companion, he'll have a ring that reduces his intelligence to animal level so he can communicate with his bear.)
User avatar #500 - dndxplain (12/13/2014) [-]
LeL.

why don't you just give him a necklace of wild shape or something that turns his head into a bear?
User avatar #494 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
I've got a bunch of ways mapped out on how I can force them to enter the dungeon. One of which is in case they somehow find themselves in jail.
#490 - It'll take me a minute to gather everything. Also tha…  [+] (14 new replies) 12/13/2014 on dndxplain's profile 0
User avatar #491 - dndxplain (12/13/2014) [-]
you. I like you!
User avatar #492 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
How the world is during the intro: The kingdom has been at peace for many years and the standing king has ushered in a Golden Age. Racial barriers are slowly eroding as groups of all kind have sworn loyalty to the crown. The only negative propaganda you ever hear about the king and queen is their lack of children.

Intro: The group is split up depending on alignment. Those of a "positive" alignment are introduced to their first employer, a wealthy man in a small town who offers coin for future adventurers, hoping for a cut of their findings. Just recently, a group of "adventurers" got a loan, but he saw them blowing it on useless things such as large amounts of ale and spirits. These guys are the "negatively" aligned PCs. (Neutral characters will balance the groups or they just pick a side.) The wealthy man asks for those men to be brought in to pay up what he loaned out.

The players are then wandering about town to interact with townspeople and eventually run into each other. Hopefully, they'll either A. Negotiate B. Fight, C. Have a chase. I've mapped out all possibilities I could think of and they all end up leading to the first dungeon (Depending on how they find it, they either walk in or fall in. It's an old crypt and if they learned about it from their employer, they find out that one of his previous clients ran in there in search for loot, but never came back. The employer wants the group to find the failed adventurer and salvage what he had left on him and possibly grab whatever treasure he failed to get.) Once out of the dungeon and they return to town, they see some of the townsfolk being shaken down by some bandits. They can either step in, ignore, or support the bandits. This leads to either defending the town, leaving it to the bandits bullying, or helping the bandits leech money off the town. I've brainstormed a bit on the bandit camp and the leader, but nothing solid yet.

Continued...
User avatar #493 - dndxplain (12/13/2014) [-]
possible way you could get them into the crypt is to have them knocked out somehow by some bandits, who happen to be using the atrium for their base camp
#496 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
This is the map of the Kingdom with each color representing some kind of group.
User avatar #497 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
and I've got 6 of the player characters to write up, but I'll wait for you before posting them
User avatar #495 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
After Intro: The King has been assassinated and no one can figure out who it was or why. Updates on politics will be heard regularly while they adventure and it will be up to them to decide on whether to enter the affairs of nobility or just keep adventuring (although they'll have to make a name for themselves to enter royal politics anyways so not all of the adventures will be skipped).

After awhile, the kings council will start pointing fingers at each other, believing that their fellow council members would kill the king in hopes of rising to the thrown, even with the queen still alive. One council member, one known to be close friends with the king, brings forth a young man, claiming that he's the bastard child of the king and deserves a claim on the throne. Depending on choices (if they enter politics) or random chance (in case they choose to ignore politics), the disputes can be civil or they can erupt into all out civil war. Then, it will be up to the group to sway things in whomevers favor they want.

Depending on how far we get, I'll either settle with the election of a new monarch or I'll introduce the true BBEG, the one who assassinated the king. I was thinking on something along the lines of a being from another plane who wished to cause a bit of mayhem by removing a keystone in their kingdom.
User avatar #498 - dndxplain (12/13/2014) [-]
I like it, and your BBEG sounds viable. it could also be a pseudogod who couldn't find a place amongst the other dieties. or just the cliche liche. up to you

or it could be a lawful evil druid who wants to ruin the aristocracy so that humans wipe each other out and nature can reclaim the land.
User avatar #501 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
Bogand, the dwarven ranger, and Kadnar, the bear
He's pretty much going to be the comedic relief the entire campaign and he wants to be a mechanically inclined dwarf so he wanted a weapon that was a utility tool. So he's starting off with a swiss-army knife of a gun that just pops out a bunch of random things such as a tiny umbrella to slow his falls. Like I said, he's got the ring that lets him communicate with his bear companion at a cost while wearing it, but because his gun can easily end up as op, I'm making him start off with the actual gun part being in disrepair and he needs to regularly repair and maintain it to get the full effect.

Ik-Ehl Derk (His placeholder name that is just a play on, "I Kill Derek" because my name is Derek)
His character is an odd one. It's a Goblin Paladin that shuns how goblins normally act. His god is Nephthys and he wields a mace and shield to represent his goddess.

A nameless kobold (He hasn't came up with one yet)
Nothing special about his character really, but he's the bard of the group. What he'll bring to the table though is that there's a bit of drama between him and the goblin player.

A nameless Half-Elf werewolf ranger
I didn't even know lycans/werewolves were playable until he showed them to me so I allowed it, but he's going to have a bit of trouble when it comes to being allowed into cities and such. Due to the lack of healers, he wants to hire a nurse, but only if the nurse is somehow related to the dwarf ranger (which he agreed to and it's now Bogand's cousin)

Chastity, the Vanara Warlord
The guy who's playing this character is going to be the guy that fucks around whenever he can, but also follow with the story whenever needed. He made his character a monkey woman just to fuck around as and out of request of the goblin player, he's going to carry a quarterstaff with coconuts in a sling just to make Rafiki jokes.
User avatar #502 - dndxplain (12/13/2014) [-]
Sun Wumankong
User avatar #503 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
Pretty much.

Those five are the only ones to do much of their characters while the others I still need to get or are friends of participants and aren't confirmed for joining.

And that's pretty much it for what I've got planned and designed.
User avatar #504 - dndxplain (12/13/2014) [-]
awesome sauce! good luck to you and I'm here if you need advice.
User avatar #499 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
All great ideas. I think I'll pick depending on things develop and how strong the PCs end up being.

Now I'm going to write up what characters I've been given. To make things more fun for the players, I've given them some leeway with some of their characters, but I'm planning on balancing out some of their bonuses. (e.g. The biggest comedian of the group wants a dwarf ranger with a bear that he can make jokes with, but until he reaches the proper level to have an animal companion, he'll have a ring that reduces his intelligence to animal level so he can communicate with his bear.)
User avatar #500 - dndxplain (12/13/2014) [-]
LeL.

why don't you just give him a necklace of wild shape or something that turns his head into a bear?
User avatar #494 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
I've got a bunch of ways mapped out on how I can force them to enter the dungeon. One of which is in case they somehow find themselves in jail.
#488 - I didn't know it had a name, but that's kind of what I had pla…  [+] (20 new replies) 12/13/2014 on dndxplain's profile 0
User avatar #489 - dndxplain (12/13/2014) [-]
www.d20pfsrd.com/mythic

and I'd love to hear about it. I am actually about an hour away from doing a mythic campaign. (psychologyxplain if you're late I'm anally raping your character)
User avatar #509 - jeffthellamaking (12/14/2014) [-]
But he was late, so where's the anal rape?
User avatar #510 - dndxplain (12/14/2014) [-]
I'll take it out on aryanne later
#511 - jeffthellamaking (12/14/2014) [-]
#512 - dndxplain (12/14/2014) [-]
User avatar #490 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
It'll take me a minute to gather everything.

Also that doesn't seem to be fair. Why would you reward him for being late?
User avatar #491 - dndxplain (12/13/2014) [-]
you. I like you!
User avatar #492 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
How the world is during the intro: The kingdom has been at peace for many years and the standing king has ushered in a Golden Age. Racial barriers are slowly eroding as groups of all kind have sworn loyalty to the crown. The only negative propaganda you ever hear about the king and queen is their lack of children.

Intro: The group is split up depending on alignment. Those of a "positive" alignment are introduced to their first employer, a wealthy man in a small town who offers coin for future adventurers, hoping for a cut of their findings. Just recently, a group of "adventurers" got a loan, but he saw them blowing it on useless things such as large amounts of ale and spirits. These guys are the "negatively" aligned PCs. (Neutral characters will balance the groups or they just pick a side.) The wealthy man asks for those men to be brought in to pay up what he loaned out.

The players are then wandering about town to interact with townspeople and eventually run into each other. Hopefully, they'll either A. Negotiate B. Fight, C. Have a chase. I've mapped out all possibilities I could think of and they all end up leading to the first dungeon (Depending on how they find it, they either walk in or fall in. It's an old crypt and if they learned about it from their employer, they find out that one of his previous clients ran in there in search for loot, but never came back. The employer wants the group to find the failed adventurer and salvage what he had left on him and possibly grab whatever treasure he failed to get.) Once out of the dungeon and they return to town, they see some of the townsfolk being shaken down by some bandits. They can either step in, ignore, or support the bandits. This leads to either defending the town, leaving it to the bandits bullying, or helping the bandits leech money off the town. I've brainstormed a bit on the bandit camp and the leader, but nothing solid yet.

Continued...
User avatar #493 - dndxplain (12/13/2014) [-]
possible way you could get them into the crypt is to have them knocked out somehow by some bandits, who happen to be using the atrium for their base camp
#496 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
This is the map of the Kingdom with each color representing some kind of group.
User avatar #497 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
and I've got 6 of the player characters to write up, but I'll wait for you before posting them
User avatar #495 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
After Intro: The King has been assassinated and no one can figure out who it was or why. Updates on politics will be heard regularly while they adventure and it will be up to them to decide on whether to enter the affairs of nobility or just keep adventuring (although they'll have to make a name for themselves to enter royal politics anyways so not all of the adventures will be skipped).

After awhile, the kings council will start pointing fingers at each other, believing that their fellow council members would kill the king in hopes of rising to the thrown, even with the queen still alive. One council member, one known to be close friends with the king, brings forth a young man, claiming that he's the bastard child of the king and deserves a claim on the throne. Depending on choices (if they enter politics) or random chance (in case they choose to ignore politics), the disputes can be civil or they can erupt into all out civil war. Then, it will be up to the group to sway things in whomevers favor they want.

Depending on how far we get, I'll either settle with the election of a new monarch or I'll introduce the true BBEG, the one who assassinated the king. I was thinking on something along the lines of a being from another plane who wished to cause a bit of mayhem by removing a keystone in their kingdom.
User avatar #498 - dndxplain (12/13/2014) [-]
I like it, and your BBEG sounds viable. it could also be a pseudogod who couldn't find a place amongst the other dieties. or just the cliche liche. up to you

or it could be a lawful evil druid who wants to ruin the aristocracy so that humans wipe each other out and nature can reclaim the land.
User avatar #501 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
Bogand, the dwarven ranger, and Kadnar, the bear
He's pretty much going to be the comedic relief the entire campaign and he wants to be a mechanically inclined dwarf so he wanted a weapon that was a utility tool. So he's starting off with a swiss-army knife of a gun that just pops out a bunch of random things such as a tiny umbrella to slow his falls. Like I said, he's got the ring that lets him communicate with his bear companion at a cost while wearing it, but because his gun can easily end up as op, I'm making him start off with the actual gun part being in disrepair and he needs to regularly repair and maintain it to get the full effect.

Ik-Ehl Derk (His placeholder name that is just a play on, "I Kill Derek" because my name is Derek)
His character is an odd one. It's a Goblin Paladin that shuns how goblins normally act. His god is Nephthys and he wields a mace and shield to represent his goddess.

A nameless kobold (He hasn't came up with one yet)
Nothing special about his character really, but he's the bard of the group. What he'll bring to the table though is that there's a bit of drama between him and the goblin player.

A nameless Half-Elf werewolf ranger
I didn't even know lycans/werewolves were playable until he showed them to me so I allowed it, but he's going to have a bit of trouble when it comes to being allowed into cities and such. Due to the lack of healers, he wants to hire a nurse, but only if the nurse is somehow related to the dwarf ranger (which he agreed to and it's now Bogand's cousin)

Chastity, the Vanara Warlord
The guy who's playing this character is going to be the guy that fucks around whenever he can, but also follow with the story whenever needed. He made his character a monkey woman just to fuck around as and out of request of the goblin player, he's going to carry a quarterstaff with coconuts in a sling just to make Rafiki jokes.
User avatar #502 - dndxplain (12/13/2014) [-]
Sun Wumankong
User avatar #503 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
Pretty much.

Those five are the only ones to do much of their characters while the others I still need to get or are friends of participants and aren't confirmed for joining.

And that's pretty much it for what I've got planned and designed.
User avatar #504 - dndxplain (12/13/2014) [-]
awesome sauce! good luck to you and I'm here if you need advice.
User avatar #499 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
All great ideas. I think I'll pick depending on things develop and how strong the PCs end up being.

Now I'm going to write up what characters I've been given. To make things more fun for the players, I've given them some leeway with some of their characters, but I'm planning on balancing out some of their bonuses. (e.g. The biggest comedian of the group wants a dwarf ranger with a bear that he can make jokes with, but until he reaches the proper level to have an animal companion, he'll have a ring that reduces his intelligence to animal level so he can communicate with his bear.)
User avatar #500 - dndxplain (12/13/2014) [-]
LeL.

why don't you just give him a necklace of wild shape or something that turns his head into a bear?
User avatar #494 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
I've got a bunch of ways mapped out on how I can force them to enter the dungeon. One of which is in case they somehow find themselves in jail.
#486 - I think it leans more towards Pathfinder because I've just bee…  [+] (22 new replies) 12/13/2014 on dndxplain's profile 0
User avatar #487 - dndxplain (12/13/2014) [-]
pathfinder > dnd 3.5

you should run them against mythic monsters and make them earn mythic tiers. it's a bit harder to pull off but allows more opportunities for character development
User avatar #488 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
I didn't know it had a name, but that's kind of what I had planned.

If you'd like, I can provide some of the story I've planned, some maps, and some of the PCs to give you a bit more info.
User avatar #489 - dndxplain (12/13/2014) [-]
www.d20pfsrd.com/mythic

and I'd love to hear about it. I am actually about an hour away from doing a mythic campaign. (psychologyxplain if you're late I'm anally raping your character)
User avatar #509 - jeffthellamaking (12/14/2014) [-]
But he was late, so where's the anal rape?
User avatar #510 - dndxplain (12/14/2014) [-]
I'll take it out on aryanne later
#511 - jeffthellamaking (12/14/2014) [-]
#512 - dndxplain (12/14/2014) [-]
User avatar #490 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
It'll take me a minute to gather everything.

Also that doesn't seem to be fair. Why would you reward him for being late?
User avatar #491 - dndxplain (12/13/2014) [-]
you. I like you!
User avatar #492 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
How the world is during the intro: The kingdom has been at peace for many years and the standing king has ushered in a Golden Age. Racial barriers are slowly eroding as groups of all kind have sworn loyalty to the crown. The only negative propaganda you ever hear about the king and queen is their lack of children.

Intro: The group is split up depending on alignment. Those of a "positive" alignment are introduced to their first employer, a wealthy man in a small town who offers coin for future adventurers, hoping for a cut of their findings. Just recently, a group of "adventurers" got a loan, but he saw them blowing it on useless things such as large amounts of ale and spirits. These guys are the "negatively" aligned PCs. (Neutral characters will balance the groups or they just pick a side.) The wealthy man asks for those men to be brought in to pay up what he loaned out.

The players are then wandering about town to interact with townspeople and eventually run into each other. Hopefully, they'll either A. Negotiate B. Fight, C. Have a chase. I've mapped out all possibilities I could think of and they all end up leading to the first dungeon (Depending on how they find it, they either walk in or fall in. It's an old crypt and if they learned about it from their employer, they find out that one of his previous clients ran in there in search for loot, but never came back. The employer wants the group to find the failed adventurer and salvage what he had left on him and possibly grab whatever treasure he failed to get.) Once out of the dungeon and they return to town, they see some of the townsfolk being shaken down by some bandits. They can either step in, ignore, or support the bandits. This leads to either defending the town, leaving it to the bandits bullying, or helping the bandits leech money off the town. I've brainstormed a bit on the bandit camp and the leader, but nothing solid yet.

Continued...
User avatar #493 - dndxplain (12/13/2014) [-]
possible way you could get them into the crypt is to have them knocked out somehow by some bandits, who happen to be using the atrium for their base camp
#496 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
This is the map of the Kingdom with each color representing some kind of group.
User avatar #497 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
and I've got 6 of the player characters to write up, but I'll wait for you before posting them
User avatar #495 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
After Intro: The King has been assassinated and no one can figure out who it was or why. Updates on politics will be heard regularly while they adventure and it will be up to them to decide on whether to enter the affairs of nobility or just keep adventuring (although they'll have to make a name for themselves to enter royal politics anyways so not all of the adventures will be skipped).

After awhile, the kings council will start pointing fingers at each other, believing that their fellow council members would kill the king in hopes of rising to the thrown, even with the queen still alive. One council member, one known to be close friends with the king, brings forth a young man, claiming that he's the bastard child of the king and deserves a claim on the throne. Depending on choices (if they enter politics) or random chance (in case they choose to ignore politics), the disputes can be civil or they can erupt into all out civil war. Then, it will be up to the group to sway things in whomevers favor they want.

Depending on how far we get, I'll either settle with the election of a new monarch or I'll introduce the true BBEG, the one who assassinated the king. I was thinking on something along the lines of a being from another plane who wished to cause a bit of mayhem by removing a keystone in their kingdom.
User avatar #498 - dndxplain (12/13/2014) [-]
I like it, and your BBEG sounds viable. it could also be a pseudogod who couldn't find a place amongst the other dieties. or just the cliche liche. up to you

or it could be a lawful evil druid who wants to ruin the aristocracy so that humans wipe each other out and nature can reclaim the land.
User avatar #501 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
Bogand, the dwarven ranger, and Kadnar, the bear
He's pretty much going to be the comedic relief the entire campaign and he wants to be a mechanically inclined dwarf so he wanted a weapon that was a utility tool. So he's starting off with a swiss-army knife of a gun that just pops out a bunch of random things such as a tiny umbrella to slow his falls. Like I said, he's got the ring that lets him communicate with his bear companion at a cost while wearing it, but because his gun can easily end up as op, I'm making him start off with the actual gun part being in disrepair and he needs to regularly repair and maintain it to get the full effect.

Ik-Ehl Derk (His placeholder name that is just a play on, "I Kill Derek" because my name is Derek)
His character is an odd one. It's a Goblin Paladin that shuns how goblins normally act. His god is Nephthys and he wields a mace and shield to represent his goddess.

A nameless kobold (He hasn't came up with one yet)
Nothing special about his character really, but he's the bard of the group. What he'll bring to the table though is that there's a bit of drama between him and the goblin player.

A nameless Half-Elf werewolf ranger
I didn't even know lycans/werewolves were playable until he showed them to me so I allowed it, but he's going to have a bit of trouble when it comes to being allowed into cities and such. Due to the lack of healers, he wants to hire a nurse, but only if the nurse is somehow related to the dwarf ranger (which he agreed to and it's now Bogand's cousin)

Chastity, the Vanara Warlord
The guy who's playing this character is going to be the guy that fucks around whenever he can, but also follow with the story whenever needed. He made his character a monkey woman just to fuck around as and out of request of the goblin player, he's going to carry a quarterstaff with coconuts in a sling just to make Rafiki jokes.
User avatar #502 - dndxplain (12/13/2014) [-]
Sun Wumankong
User avatar #503 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
Pretty much.

Those five are the only ones to do much of their characters while the others I still need to get or are friends of participants and aren't confirmed for joining.

And that's pretty much it for what I've got planned and designed.
User avatar #504 - dndxplain (12/13/2014) [-]
awesome sauce! good luck to you and I'm here if you need advice.
User avatar #499 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
All great ideas. I think I'll pick depending on things develop and how strong the PCs end up being.

Now I'm going to write up what characters I've been given. To make things more fun for the players, I've given them some leeway with some of their characters, but I'm planning on balancing out some of their bonuses. (e.g. The biggest comedian of the group wants a dwarf ranger with a bear that he can make jokes with, but until he reaches the proper level to have an animal companion, he'll have a ring that reduces his intelligence to animal level so he can communicate with his bear.)
User avatar #500 - dndxplain (12/13/2014) [-]
LeL.

why don't you just give him a necklace of wild shape or something that turns his head into a bear?
User avatar #494 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
I've got a bunch of ways mapped out on how I can force them to enter the dungeon. One of which is in case they somehow find themselves in jail.
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User avatar #485 - dndxplain (12/13/2014) [-]
what system are you running?
User avatar #486 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
I think it leans more towards Pathfinder because I've just been grabbing info from www.d20pfsrd.com/ and www.d20srd.org/
User avatar #487 - dndxplain (12/13/2014) [-]
pathfinder > dnd 3.5

you should run them against mythic monsters and make them earn mythic tiers. it's a bit harder to pull off but allows more opportunities for character development
User avatar #488 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
I didn't know it had a name, but that's kind of what I had planned.

If you'd like, I can provide some of the story I've planned, some maps, and some of the PCs to give you a bit more info.
User avatar #489 - dndxplain (12/13/2014) [-]
www.d20pfsrd.com/mythic

and I'd love to hear about it. I am actually about an hour away from doing a mythic campaign. (psychologyxplain if you're late I'm anally raping your character)
User avatar #509 - jeffthellamaking (12/14/2014) [-]
But he was late, so where's the anal rape?
User avatar #510 - dndxplain (12/14/2014) [-]
I'll take it out on aryanne later
#511 - jeffthellamaking (12/14/2014) [-]
#512 - dndxplain (12/14/2014) [-]
User avatar #490 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
It'll take me a minute to gather everything.

Also that doesn't seem to be fair. Why would you reward him for being late?
User avatar #491 - dndxplain (12/13/2014) [-]
you. I like you!
User avatar #492 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
How the world is during the intro: The kingdom has been at peace for many years and the standing king has ushered in a Golden Age. Racial barriers are slowly eroding as groups of all kind have sworn loyalty to the crown. The only negative propaganda you ever hear about the king and queen is their lack of children.

Intro: The group is split up depending on alignment. Those of a "positive" alignment are introduced to their first employer, a wealthy man in a small town who offers coin for future adventurers, hoping for a cut of their findings. Just recently, a group of "adventurers" got a loan, but he saw them blowing it on useless things such as large amounts of ale and spirits. These guys are the "negatively" aligned PCs. (Neutral characters will balance the groups or they just pick a side.) The wealthy man asks for those men to be brought in to pay up what he loaned out.

The players are then wandering about town to interact with townspeople and eventually run into each other. Hopefully, they'll either A. Negotiate B. Fight, C. Have a chase. I've mapped out all possibilities I could think of and they all end up leading to the first dungeon (Depending on how they find it, they either walk in or fall in. It's an old crypt and if they learned about it from their employer, they find out that one of his previous clients ran in there in search for loot, but never came back. The employer wants the group to find the failed adventurer and salvage what he had left on him and possibly grab whatever treasure he failed to get.) Once out of the dungeon and they return to town, they see some of the townsfolk being shaken down by some bandits. They can either step in, ignore, or support the bandits. This leads to either defending the town, leaving it to the bandits bullying, or helping the bandits leech money off the town. I've brainstormed a bit on the bandit camp and the leader, but nothing solid yet.

Continued...
User avatar #493 - dndxplain (12/13/2014) [-]
possible way you could get them into the crypt is to have them knocked out somehow by some bandits, who happen to be using the atrium for their base camp
#496 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
This is the map of the Kingdom with each color representing some kind of group.
User avatar #497 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
and I've got 6 of the player characters to write up, but I'll wait for you before posting them
User avatar #495 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
After Intro: The King has been assassinated and no one can figure out who it was or why. Updates on politics will be heard regularly while they adventure and it will be up to them to decide on whether to enter the affairs of nobility or just keep adventuring (although they'll have to make a name for themselves to enter royal politics anyways so not all of the adventures will be skipped).

After awhile, the kings council will start pointing fingers at each other, believing that their fellow council members would kill the king in hopes of rising to the thrown, even with the queen still alive. One council member, one known to be close friends with the king, brings forth a young man, claiming that he's the bastard child of the king and deserves a claim on the throne. Depending on choices (if they enter politics) or random chance (in case they choose to ignore politics), the disputes can be civil or they can erupt into all out civil war. Then, it will be up to the group to sway things in whomevers favor they want.

Depending on how far we get, I'll either settle with the election of a new monarch or I'll introduce the true BBEG, the one who assassinated the king. I was thinking on something along the lines of a being from another plane who wished to cause a bit of mayhem by removing a keystone in their kingdom.
User avatar #498 - dndxplain (12/13/2014) [-]
I like it, and your BBEG sounds viable. it could also be a pseudogod who couldn't find a place amongst the other dieties. or just the cliche liche. up to you

or it could be a lawful evil druid who wants to ruin the aristocracy so that humans wipe each other out and nature can reclaim the land.
User avatar #501 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
Bogand, the dwarven ranger, and Kadnar, the bear
He's pretty much going to be the comedic relief the entire campaign and he wants to be a mechanically inclined dwarf so he wanted a weapon that was a utility tool. So he's starting off with a swiss-army knife of a gun that just pops out a bunch of random things such as a tiny umbrella to slow his falls. Like I said, he's got the ring that lets him communicate with his bear companion at a cost while wearing it, but because his gun can easily end up as op, I'm making him start off with the actual gun part being in disrepair and he needs to regularly repair and maintain it to get the full effect.

Ik-Ehl Derk (His placeholder name that is just a play on, "I Kill Derek" because my name is Derek)
His character is an odd one. It's a Goblin Paladin that shuns how goblins normally act. His god is Nephthys and he wields a mace and shield to represent his goddess.

A nameless kobold (He hasn't came up with one yet)
Nothing special about his character really, but he's the bard of the group. What he'll bring to the table though is that there's a bit of drama between him and the goblin player.

A nameless Half-Elf werewolf ranger
I didn't even know lycans/werewolves were playable until he showed them to me so I allowed it, but he's going to have a bit of trouble when it comes to being allowed into cities and such. Due to the lack of healers, he wants to hire a nurse, but only if the nurse is somehow related to the dwarf ranger (which he agreed to and it's now Bogand's cousin)

Chastity, the Vanara Warlord
The guy who's playing this character is going to be the guy that fucks around whenever he can, but also follow with the story whenever needed. He made his character a monkey woman just to fuck around as and out of request of the goblin player, he's going to carry a quarterstaff with coconuts in a sling just to make Rafiki jokes.
User avatar #502 - dndxplain (12/13/2014) [-]
Sun Wumankong
User avatar #503 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
Pretty much.

Those five are the only ones to do much of their characters while the others I still need to get or are friends of participants and aren't confirmed for joining.

And that's pretty much it for what I've got planned and designed.
User avatar #504 - dndxplain (12/13/2014) [-]
awesome sauce! good luck to you and I'm here if you need advice.
User avatar #499 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
All great ideas. I think I'll pick depending on things develop and how strong the PCs end up being.

Now I'm going to write up what characters I've been given. To make things more fun for the players, I've given them some leeway with some of their characters, but I'm planning on balancing out some of their bonuses. (e.g. The biggest comedian of the group wants a dwarf ranger with a bear that he can make jokes with, but until he reaches the proper level to have an animal companion, he'll have a ring that reduces his intelligence to animal level so he can communicate with his bear.)
User avatar #500 - dndxplain (12/13/2014) [-]
LeL.

why don't you just give him a necklace of wild shape or something that turns his head into a bear?
User avatar #494 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
I've got a bunch of ways mapped out on how I can force them to enter the dungeon. One of which is in case they somehow find themselves in jail.
#481 - Quest Available: Give A Scrub DM Some Advice! S…  [+] (26 new replies) 12/13/2014 on dndxplain's profile 0
User avatar #482 - dndxplain (12/13/2014) [-]
to both of those questions: no go fuck yourself
kidding, stop by any time you lik!
User avatar #484 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
That was actually a quick response, I'm a bit surprised.

Anyways, my currently obstacle is planning on a reasonable amount of enemies and a reasonable amount of loot. Since word got out that a few of us are doing it, more of them decided to join and now I've got about 7-10 PCs. You wouldn't happen to have a system on deciding on how to keep things fair, would you?
User avatar #485 - dndxplain (12/13/2014) [-]
what system are you running?
User avatar #486 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
I think it leans more towards Pathfinder because I've just been grabbing info from www.d20pfsrd.com/ and www.d20srd.org/
User avatar #487 - dndxplain (12/13/2014) [-]
pathfinder > dnd 3.5

you should run them against mythic monsters and make them earn mythic tiers. it's a bit harder to pull off but allows more opportunities for character development
User avatar #488 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
I didn't know it had a name, but that's kind of what I had planned.

If you'd like, I can provide some of the story I've planned, some maps, and some of the PCs to give you a bit more info.
User avatar #489 - dndxplain (12/13/2014) [-]
www.d20pfsrd.com/mythic

and I'd love to hear about it. I am actually about an hour away from doing a mythic campaign. (psychologyxplain if you're late I'm anally raping your character)
User avatar #509 - jeffthellamaking (12/14/2014) [-]
But he was late, so where's the anal rape?
User avatar #510 - dndxplain (12/14/2014) [-]
I'll take it out on aryanne later
#511 - jeffthellamaking (12/14/2014) [-]
#512 - dndxplain (12/14/2014) [-]
User avatar #490 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
It'll take me a minute to gather everything.

Also that doesn't seem to be fair. Why would you reward him for being late?
User avatar #491 - dndxplain (12/13/2014) [-]
you. I like you!
User avatar #492 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
How the world is during the intro: The kingdom has been at peace for many years and the standing king has ushered in a Golden Age. Racial barriers are slowly eroding as groups of all kind have sworn loyalty to the crown. The only negative propaganda you ever hear about the king and queen is their lack of children.

Intro: The group is split up depending on alignment. Those of a "positive" alignment are introduced to their first employer, a wealthy man in a small town who offers coin for future adventurers, hoping for a cut of their findings. Just recently, a group of "adventurers" got a loan, but he saw them blowing it on useless things such as large amounts of ale and spirits. These guys are the "negatively" aligned PCs. (Neutral characters will balance the groups or they just pick a side.) The wealthy man asks for those men to be brought in to pay up what he loaned out.

The players are then wandering about town to interact with townspeople and eventually run into each other. Hopefully, they'll either A. Negotiate B. Fight, C. Have a chase. I've mapped out all possibilities I could think of and they all end up leading to the first dungeon (Depending on how they find it, they either walk in or fall in. It's an old crypt and if they learned about it from their employer, they find out that one of his previous clients ran in there in search for loot, but never came back. The employer wants the group to find the failed adventurer and salvage what he had left on him and possibly grab whatever treasure he failed to get.) Once out of the dungeon and they return to town, they see some of the townsfolk being shaken down by some bandits. They can either step in, ignore, or support the bandits. This leads to either defending the town, leaving it to the bandits bullying, or helping the bandits leech money off the town. I've brainstormed a bit on the bandit camp and the leader, but nothing solid yet.

Continued...
User avatar #493 - dndxplain (12/13/2014) [-]
possible way you could get them into the crypt is to have them knocked out somehow by some bandits, who happen to be using the atrium for their base camp
#496 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
This is the map of the Kingdom with each color representing some kind of group.
User avatar #497 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
and I've got 6 of the player characters to write up, but I'll wait for you before posting them
User avatar #495 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
After Intro: The King has been assassinated and no one can figure out who it was or why. Updates on politics will be heard regularly while they adventure and it will be up to them to decide on whether to enter the affairs of nobility or just keep adventuring (although they'll have to make a name for themselves to enter royal politics anyways so not all of the adventures will be skipped).

After awhile, the kings council will start pointing fingers at each other, believing that their fellow council members would kill the king in hopes of rising to the thrown, even with the queen still alive. One council member, one known to be close friends with the king, brings forth a young man, claiming that he's the bastard child of the king and deserves a claim on the throne. Depending on choices (if they enter politics) or random chance (in case they choose to ignore politics), the disputes can be civil or they can erupt into all out civil war. Then, it will be up to the group to sway things in whomevers favor they want.

Depending on how far we get, I'll either settle with the election of a new monarch or I'll introduce the true BBEG, the one who assassinated the king. I was thinking on something along the lines of a being from another plane who wished to cause a bit of mayhem by removing a keystone in their kingdom.
User avatar #498 - dndxplain (12/13/2014) [-]
I like it, and your BBEG sounds viable. it could also be a pseudogod who couldn't find a place amongst the other dieties. or just the cliche liche. up to you

or it could be a lawful evil druid who wants to ruin the aristocracy so that humans wipe each other out and nature can reclaim the land.
User avatar #501 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
Bogand, the dwarven ranger, and Kadnar, the bear
He's pretty much going to be the comedic relief the entire campaign and he wants to be a mechanically inclined dwarf so he wanted a weapon that was a utility tool. So he's starting off with a swiss-army knife of a gun that just pops out a bunch of random things such as a tiny umbrella to slow his falls. Like I said, he's got the ring that lets him communicate with his bear companion at a cost while wearing it, but because his gun can easily end up as op, I'm making him start off with the actual gun part being in disrepair and he needs to regularly repair and maintain it to get the full effect.

Ik-Ehl Derk (His placeholder name that is just a play on, "I Kill Derek" because my name is Derek)
His character is an odd one. It's a Goblin Paladin that shuns how goblins normally act. His god is Nephthys and he wields a mace and shield to represent his goddess.

A nameless kobold (He hasn't came up with one yet)
Nothing special about his character really, but he's the bard of the group. What he'll bring to the table though is that there's a bit of drama between him and the goblin player.

A nameless Half-Elf werewolf ranger
I didn't even know lycans/werewolves were playable until he showed them to me so I allowed it, but he's going to have a bit of trouble when it comes to being allowed into cities and such. Due to the lack of healers, he wants to hire a nurse, but only if the nurse is somehow related to the dwarf ranger (which he agreed to and it's now Bogand's cousin)

Chastity, the Vanara Warlord
The guy who's playing this character is going to be the guy that fucks around whenever he can, but also follow with the story whenever needed. He made his character a monkey woman just to fuck around as and out of request of the goblin player, he's going to carry a quarterstaff with coconuts in a sling just to make Rafiki jokes.
User avatar #502 - dndxplain (12/13/2014) [-]
Sun Wumankong
User avatar #503 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
Pretty much.

Those five are the only ones to do much of their characters while the others I still need to get or are friends of participants and aren't confirmed for joining.

And that's pretty much it for what I've got planned and designed.
User avatar #504 - dndxplain (12/13/2014) [-]
awesome sauce! good luck to you and I'm here if you need advice.
User avatar #499 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
All great ideas. I think I'll pick depending on things develop and how strong the PCs end up being.

Now I'm going to write up what characters I've been given. To make things more fun for the players, I've given them some leeway with some of their characters, but I'm planning on balancing out some of their bonuses. (e.g. The biggest comedian of the group wants a dwarf ranger with a bear that he can make jokes with, but until he reaches the proper level to have an animal companion, he'll have a ring that reduces his intelligence to animal level so he can communicate with his bear.)
User avatar #500 - dndxplain (12/13/2014) [-]
LeL.

why don't you just give him a necklace of wild shape or something that turns his head into a bear?
User avatar #494 - venomcobra (12/13/2014) [-]
I've got a bunch of ways mapped out on how I can force them to enter the dungeon. One of which is in case they somehow find themselves in jail.
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Just saw the second post, nvm on the multiple rolls thing, I see you already did it.

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