First Campaign I ever made myself, and we play with a lot of new guys. Even I'm pretty new to dnd. Just to clerify, I play with 3.5.
So we're at level 7-8 and my Players are moving along. But I'm working on the final boss of our campaign. Mainly because this is a story driven campaign. And before you get into railroading, the players actually want to hear the story and hate sections where they dont have some sort of objective.
Anyway, moving on, I'm writing up my final boss and I need to make sure that this homebrew boss isn't Insanely difficult.
Here is his char sheets for his diffrent forms:
Giant Mech Form:
Smaller Mecha and Pilot (This form Ejects from the first form after it's defeated. The Only way to attack the pilot is to break the glass which has an AC of 15 and a total HP of 50.) If the players disable the stasis mech by reducing its HP to zero, he cannot move without the use of PSI powers.
And then after that, it gets even better. If the players bring the Pilot down to 1 hp or lower. He gains DR of 999/-- and is unbeatable until a certain event happens. now i would think that this would take maybe a turn after some hints, but lets say im wanting them to have at least 10 rounds after this happens.
I'm wondering if this is too hard, not if it's unfair. So let me know what you guys think. Also we have a Rogue/Psion, a Ranger, a Fighter/Psychic Warrior, a Monk, and a wizard.