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 Post subject: Helping out a soldier.
PostPosted: Tue Aug 06, 2013 2:07 pm 
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Hi everybody.

My group of casual players are starting to work on a new campaign. Normally we would all make our own characters, but one of our group left for the army in April. He might not even be able to make our sparsely space sessions, but we would like to make sure he has a character ready, if by some chance he can get leave time to come home.

So the question I pose now is:

If I post the campaign material our DM has provided to get our characters rolling, would a handful of you guess out there be willing to post some character ideas/builds for him to use, or us to use in his place?


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 Post subject: Re: Helping out a soldier.
PostPosted: Sun Apr 06, 2014 12:38 am 
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This is a very interesting topic.

Though maybe not as well versed in Dnd as some, I know a ton about character creation, and I enjoy it almost as much as playing the game. Though it'd be easier if I knew the guy, I'd love to help come up with something for him.


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 Post subject: Re: Helping out a soldier.
PostPosted: Sun Apr 06, 2014 7:55 am 
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ConstructorChris wrote:
This is a very interesting topic.

Though maybe not as well versed in Dnd as some, I know a ton about character creation, and I enjoy it almost as much as playing the game. Though it'd be easier if I knew the guy, I'd love to help come up with something for him.


I agree with Chris, and want to add to it by knowing to composition of the rest of the group. to balance the strikers, controllers, leaders etc.

Our group usualy creates a themed party, a.k.a. all the same race and/or religion because it help to tie the group together. We had one party of all viking like types who worshipped the raven queen and fought with axes and alike.

So let us know so we can help you better.

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