Anyone know a good monster builder? My old computer had the adventure tools one which I liked pretty well, but I can't download it again as it doesn't exist, and I don't play nearly enough DnD to warrant actually getting a DnDI subscription again.
OK, I've posted.I don't know if I did that right, or if it's necessary (or possible) for me to create Time, but hey.Let me know if that's OK.
Anyone know a good monster builder? My old computer had the adventure tools one which I liked pretty well, but I can't download it again as it doesn't exist, and I don't play nearly enough DnD to warrant actually getting a DnDI subscription again.D&D 3.5 or 4th?
0.Joran, it makes sense for you to show up in conjunction with Time Lord's God... protection against his punishing. Are you planning on self-ascending?Thought... okay
Take the Magic: The Gathering 'What Color Are You?' Quiz.
D&D Home Page - What Monster Are You? - D&D Compendium
D&D Home Page - What Class Are You? - Build A Character - D&D Compendium
On that matter, though... we should probably make some rules regarding the superior spawns I plan on spitting out on a weekly basis for the next few weeks. How to direct them and the like. *ponders*
You want Shape: Shape (3PP) - This creates a sentient race that is native to the plane and environment it was created in. For example, Angels created in the prime material plane are, for the purposes of this setting, normal, mundane creatures. At this level, races are relatively average. At lower levels, they tend towards having larger populations but are individually weaker, and vice versa at higher levels.
Time is your domain, right? If so, no, you don't need to "create" time, at least in the sense that you have to spent PP on it. Your god might still "Create" it in game, but that would be a free action.Short answer: more PP for you to spend!
Nice opening post, Outsider. I think its a great opening for what seems likely to be an interesting character.