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51 Re: PC Wish List on Sat Aug 14, 2010 1:22 pm

the first 2 points of damage would be nice...however im always getting hit seeing as how my AC is not 26 or higher soooo im taking a minimum of 10-20 dmg a turn. eventually i will die and 2 dmg is nothing compared to the dmg i take. meh if its not a good idea then i dont need it. i will roleplay getting something else

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52 Re: PC Wish List on Sat Aug 14, 2010 2:09 pm

O I have an armor already stated out, but you're not going to like. I hate when we put the things we want like this only because I can't tell if you're being sarcastic in what you say or getting frustrated...Grrrrrr.... elephant

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53 Re: PC Wish List on Sat Aug 14, 2010 2:28 pm

It shouldn't matter, my mood should not affect what you want for your character post your armor before next session so that I can throw it in. No sarcasm, real talk(I think that's how that phrase is used,,,).


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54 Re: PC Wish List on Sat Aug 14, 2010 3:57 pm

The armor isn't for this guy. It's the same with the weapon. It's for the next guy I'm going to have to make when this guy dies. Ill still post it, but again it's not for this guy. Beside no one in the party could get it atm. It takes 600 years to do, and most of the party either can't live that long or they would have to have their character leave the party for 600 years to get it. This is word for word, except for the things in the brackets, with what I have put in my notes, so bare with the typos and incomplete thoughts.

Works like colossus’ Osmium skin (so you can see it in your head wince I can't describe it in person). Takes a full round action to change from scales/flesh to armor. Skin becomes the armor. Since it’s the skin that becomes the armor, height and weight don’t change much, just a few inches and a few pounds. Will be full plate(or whatever armor you want) that boots, gloves, belts, rings, necklaces, and helms can be worn with since it’s like skin(meaning since it's not like the Hulks transformation you can wear boots that are a little big on you and when your skin changes the boots would then fit just fine, for example). Gets a bonus from every, incrimentation of 100, creature you do at least 5 dmg to and only one time per creature no matter how much time has elapsed(put it as dmg instead of killing because of the whole "I'm just looking for kills so I'm not going to help the party where it needs help because I want xp" thing). Example: Deal at least 5 dmg to 100 creatures, armor becomes +1, then deal 5 dmg to 200 different creatures(meaning to not include the first 100), armor gains fortification, deal 5 dmg to 300 different creatures(meaning to not include the first 300), armor becomes +2, so on and so forth. Downsides are that it take 600 years to complete the process of making this magical armor and fusing it to the person, and the DM gets to choose what the bonuses are. (I actually put the downsides in my notes because I know when I try to make something I'm always asked what the downside is. I just wanted to be prepared. I know that some are going to say to themselves, "How are those downsides?" They might not be downside to other people but they are a huge downside to me. First of all 600 years to graft it would mean the character would have to start with it and since I usually start with nothing, very hard to do. Second having the DM decide what the bonuses are is also a huge downside to me. The way I think and the way Lem thinks about items are different. He leans more towards the sneaky side where I lean more towards the upfront side. Now there are going to be times where it will get a bonus that I will actually like that he might not have thought I would, for instance Glammer, and that will be half the fun of it. Also it will give me an opportunity to use abilities I never would choose for myself therefore broadening my horizon.)

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55 Re: PC Wish List on Sat Aug 14, 2010 4:03 pm

The Great Gromwold wrote:It shouldn't matter, my mood should not affect what you want for your character post your armor before next session so that I can throw it in. No sarcasm, real talk(I think that's how that phrase is used,,,).

It's not like that. It's just...like...whenever I come up with an idea I can usually tell right away what you're thinking by your facial expressions(and I mean your real ones, not the ones you over exaggerate to throw people off) and I can expect to either see that happen or not. This gives me the ability to brace myself when you say no you can't do that, or no you can't do that in that way maybe if you tried another way, etc... But with it being typed I can't do that and it frustrates me because I have to wait to get a response, and you know how I hate to wait. That's all I meant.

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56 Re: PC Wish List on Sat Aug 14, 2010 4:04 pm

O and stating out the weapon is going to take a long time because that's an ass load of weapons on the weapons list...

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57 Re: PC Wish List on Sat Aug 14, 2010 6:16 pm

Evil or Very Mad too many words to read on that amor. me no likey at all Evil or Very Mad

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58 Re: PC Wish List on Sat Aug 14, 2010 6:20 pm

Lol it's the explination that's so wordy. You can just read up to where it says "Example:" and then stop...

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59 Re: PC Wish List on Sat Aug 14, 2010 6:34 pm

just from the parts i have read it sounds like your trying ot break it

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60 Re: PC Wish List on Sat Aug 14, 2010 7:31 pm

Nope...I came up with that so that when I make a new character I could at least begin with the starting armor I had. Either that would happen or I'd start the game dead with no skin.... Shocked

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61 Re: PC Wish List on Sat Aug 14, 2010 8:07 pm

breaking...the.....game?

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62 The Storm/Sword Prince's wish list on Sun Aug 15, 2010 9:44 pm

Thunder Armor- Although when the user is not wearing the full plate armor suit called thunder armor it seems old and somewhat dilapidated, the armor is anything but mundane in appearance once donned. At this time, the dull gray metal begins to seethe and flow, growing transparent and wispy like thick gray mist. At times, the armor seems to fade away completely, while at others it seems as solid as the strongest suit of plate. Every once in a while, tiny fingers of lightning arc through the cloudy metal.

Thunder armor functions as a suit of +2 full plate, with a 10+ resistance to electricity, yet it also carries two additional qualities, first, when the wearer enters any sort of cloud, fog, or mist (including that generated by magic, such as obscuring mist or fog cloud), the armor's enhancement bonus increases to +4 and its electricity resistance increases to electricity absorbtion (53/53 heh). Secondly, once per day the wearer may cast call lightning. When he/she does so, the armor begins to darken and roil, and the bolts called forth emanate from the armor rather than from above. The spell manifests at caster level 5, so the user may call up to 2 bolts during the course of 10 minutes once this power is activated. Each bolt deals 5d6 points of electricity damage on a hit

Ring of spell storing -simple enough preferably 5 spell levels of capacity...

Gauntlets of healing- adds 1d8 to each heal spell

Ring of Vitality/Ring of the Undying Warrior- ring of vigor that makes your constitution score 18

Boots of speed/Lightning Grieves- As a free action, the wearer can activate the boots, enabling them to act as though affected by a haste spell for up to 10 rounds each day. The duration of the haste effect need not be consecutive rounds.



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63 Re: PC Wish List on Sun Aug 15, 2010 10:13 pm

Does the 53/53 mean that it can absorb up to 53 points of electricity dmg?

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64 Re: PC Wish List on Sun Aug 15, 2010 11:46 pm

i like paraiah lol

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65 yup on Sun Aug 15, 2010 11:47 pm

yea 53 was the number of absorption on my fire shield...i thought i should just continue the tradition lol

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66 Re: PC Wish List on Sun Aug 15, 2010 11:50 pm

lol! nice

I was wondering what the "heh" was after it lol

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67 honestly... on Sun Aug 15, 2010 11:58 pm

that shield "pariah" is broken ignoring the first 100 points of damage per day lol no comment lancelot seriously you can do better...I would say take chad idea of the first 2-3 damage per hit thats cool and i would take that shield its beast but 100 points your looking for the dm to hit you with some serious punishment bro...and wen your sheild runs out your face will be the pariah for your ballz... lol!

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68 Re: PC Wish List on Mon Aug 16, 2010 2:21 am

i plan on taking a lot of dmg on bosses and whatnot. its just what i want

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69 Re: PC Wish List on Mon Aug 16, 2010 5:11 pm

i think it makes sense

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1) Axe Of The Benevolent.: This bearded Axe was created by the original founding members of My characters home town at the base of Mt. Souloran. Forged by the fathers of my forefathers, it was wielded by the first half-orc king of the Unified Peoples' Republic (his hometown). The story goes that when the first and only invasion of the quiet farming town occurred, the humans, orcs, and half-orcs took to arms using only the crude weapons made from their tired farming tools. In need of a hero, The Unified council put in motion a plan to make a "Hero" that would inspire the town and bring courage into the harts of the townspeople. This hero was given the "Axe of Benevolence", "Armor Of Empathy", and the "Shield of Endless Sorrow". These Items were forged in the flames of the Fire-Breathing My. Souloran that overshadows the town, and cooled with a kiss form the sparkling diamond clear waters of the rivers that flow from the ocean around the mountain, and through the town itself.

The Bearded Axe, "Benevolence" is a magical weapon that has a +2 bonus to hit, and a +3 bonus to damage. The wood and steel handle has the crest of the Unified Peoples' Republic, along with the names of the different clans that made up the Republic. The cutting edge of the blade is black while the rest of the metal fades to a pearly white. The main Attribute of this weapon is its enchantment that give it the ability to feed off of and transform the pain it inflicts into minor healing for the user. Running off of the belief that the blood it spills is a way that the wielder is releasing the hate form the body, there is a chance that a percentage of the damage dealt will heal the user for the same amount.

2)Armor of Empathy.: Going with the thoughts of peace during wartime, the main attribute of the armor is it's ability to quell the dark hearts of those that strike it. It's only non-combat enchantment gives it the ability to sway the enemies mind into missing, or either choosing not to hit his target (most likely determined by a percentage roll). The magic is weak, but the it was the best the Magicians from this small town can do. The armor is of a unique fish scale design in which the armor is in fact covered in scales that dissipate and absorb impact more efficiently that that of a full plate design. The armor is complete with armored leggings, shin guards, boots, gauntlets breastplate and helmet that is similar to that of a Mandalorian. The back of the breastplate is designed to have holsters form many different weapons and gear. The middle of the breastplate, the middle of the face part of the helmut and the knees and elbows are white, but eventually fade to black as you go outward from the pearly white center.The armor itself gives a +7 to AC, and a +2 magic bonus to the same score.

3) Shield of Endless Sorrows: This shield is said to be imbued with the sorrow and pain of all those lost to senseless violence in battles known and in unsung wars. The steelworkers skill and the added enchantment give it the ability to make the enemy that strikes the shield feel all of this sorrow and pain for an instant or for an eternity. When enough hate strikes the shield, the ribbons, and sounds rivets built into it makes a sound that mimics the crying and weeping of thousands of mothers. this sound activates the enchantment. when the magic is activated, it said that the shield itself become like a mirror for an instant, first showing a reflection of the enemy so they can see the monster they have become, then shining an beam as bright as daylight that only those with a heart as dark as that enemy can see. The light represents the undying hope of all men for peace. At that instant the enemy is blinded do they hear and feel the Endless Sorrow and the pain they have personally caused. The shield has a +5 AC bonus, and +2 bonus from magic.

4) Ring of Unholy Wars: This ring was created by the Second human King of the United Republic during a battle with another warlord who tried to takeover the fertile farming land of the Republic. The ring was worn by the King as he rode into battle against the warlord who wished to kill them in order to serve his "God-King". The ring, made of true silver with rivets of Mother-of-Pearl embedded in sequential patterns along the circumference, gives the user +3 to strength when engaged in combat, and +3 to charisma when out of combat, allowing the user a higher chance at winning battles from the round table instead of the battlefield. (F.Y.I., "Holy" doesn't stand for actual divinity, it is used to describe wars created for only bloodshed and greed.)


5) Ceremonial Sword of Mt. Souloran: This non-combat sword is said to have brought luck in the final fight of the Unified Republic between the God-King, Exxen, and The Third Half-Orc King, Altair Regis. After the Second Human king fell to the sword of Exxen, The Sword was crafted by the Elders that exiled themselves to the depths of Mt. Souloran to pray to the God of Unnatural wars, Osmodian for guidance, balance, and victory in the war effort. After the slaying, The elders crated the sword to ward off threats of peace against them, and to aid in the protection and abilities of the keeper. The Ceremonial sword is held in a red and white holster that feeds it's power to the user. Giving a +2 to hit with only Axes (the weapon used by the Hero of the first war), it aid in the warriors efforts. Its second, and some say it's main ability is its power of cleansing. At the controllers choice, 3 times a day, the user can choose to "absolve" all of the dark, or evil deeds that plague the heart fo any enemy that has fallen to him.


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71 Re: PC Wish List on Mon Aug 16, 2010 5:29 pm

I like!

Imma change the bow on my list since someone is a Douchebag. (diachi)

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72 Re: PC Wish List on Mon Aug 16, 2010 5:31 pm

What, you not going to change the quiver too? Razz

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73 Re: PC Wish List on Mon Aug 16, 2010 5:43 pm

Leetin - Ok... I will put up a list of five complete items.

Item #! - I would like a campaign in which I can participate fully and have a good time....

Item #2 - Stone of regeneration

Item #3 - Helmet of teleportation

Item #4 - An ancient wand that can disintegrate and has 8 healing spells a day (1D8 +4)

Last but not least........ Drum roll please

Item #5 - RING OF SWIMMING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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74 Re: PC Wish List on Mon Aug 16, 2010 5:47 pm

Hell No!!! That quiver is mine!

@Lyrah Good luck with that lol

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75 Re: PC Wish List on Mon Aug 16, 2010 6:02 pm

Lyrah, you are such a bitch...
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Lol. We miss you, well MOST of us do.


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