The finished CCG v.1.99 has been released:community.wizards.com/lfr/blog/2010/06/1...!
I have a question about the rules for creating high level characters.At the moment I have a 10th level fighter, but no paragon level characters. I'm tempted to stat out an 11th level invoker, just because I can. I presume that would be completely legal.Suppose I put this invoker in my folder with my other characters, and continue playing the fighter. In six months time my fighter is 14th level, and I find myself playing at a table in a convention where there are 4 defenders on the table. Could I legally then pull out my invoker and offer to play that character instead, in order to balance the table? It feels a bit odd to me. What if the DM then turns around to me and says "You already have a 14th level character, you are not allowed to generate a character at 11th". What could I do? Would my character still be legal? Would it come down to a trust issue?
I'm tempted to start out an 11th level invoker, just because I can.
Dan Anderson @EpicUthrac
Total Confusion www.totalcon.com
LFR Calimshan Writing Director
LFR Epic Writing Director
LFR Myth Drannor Writing Director
What are the rules for buying mundane items for starting characters at higher level? The DMG says you can take any mundane items for free but in LFR are you supposed to buy all your mundane gear with your starting gold?
That is the intent.
I will have to talk this over with the other Globals and decide how we want to handle this. I'm actually fine with people taking whatever mundane gear they wish for free, but if I was DMing I would probably take away their fleet of mundane sailing ships filled with longswords and lamp oil.
I'm tempted to start out an 11th level invoker, just because I can.Note that "just because I can" is not in the spirit of the CCG 1.99.
But, wait... I was all ready to buy my infinite oregano. And maybe load it into infinite 10,000g sailing ships, since those are mundane. ;)
But, wait... I was all ready to buy my infinite oregano. And maybe load it into infinite 10,000g sailing ships, since those are mundane. ;)"Infinite oregano." Is that anything like an infinite bag o'rats?
Follow my blog and Twitter feed with Dark Sun campaign design and DM tips!
Dark Sun's Ashes of Athas Campaign is now available for home play (PM me with your e-mail to order the campaign adventures).
Off-topic: I love that article. I had not read it in a while, then needed to point to it within hours, as I knew I would.
Is 1.99 still the current version? If I go to the official WOTC page, they link 1.95 and show that as the most recent version which I'm pretty sure is wrong...