Did they finally include Warforged in PHB3? And does that make them legal for LFR?
Did they finally include Warforged in PHB3? And does that make them legal for LFR?The Warforged are not in the PH3, but they were in Dragon Magazine; if Dragon is legal in LFR, then you're good to go.
An FGS I was at today (the L was left out on purpose) got a case early and they were selling them, so I already got my hands on one. I'm totally stoked about the Runepriest. That's definitely my next character.
The warforged is in the Eberron Players Guide which is in the list of legal material for LFR so this question is now irrelevant and would be quite idiotic to continue this line of questioning at this point forward.
Unfortuantely, it means that those who are newer to the boards fall into the trap. ;)
Thus the curiosity about whether or not this counts as release date or not. I'd check with the organizer of your event, but I'd certainly allow people to use it.
Well, the CCG now just lists "Upon Release" as opposed to a release date. As such, I would say that if your FLGS (or FGS, lol) is selling them and it's WotC approved, then I would say it's released and useable by people who have it.
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The big issue of legality comes when you see things such as Dhampyr Warforged Clerics of Kelemvor. It just raises a lot of question marks.
The big issue of legality comes when you see things such as Dhampyr Warforged Clerics of Kelemvor. It just raises a lot of question marks.Nah, they are okay. It are the Dhampyr revenant warforged clerics of Kelemvor who are the problem. ;)
Deva soul dhampyr revenant warforged druid-clerics of Kelemvor.
What really bugs me is that there's no mini support for those.
Deva soul dhampyr revenant warforged druid-clerics of Kelemvor.What really bugs me is that there's no mini support for those.