Doctari wrote:for instance the first time he cast fireball he was holding a potato and afterwards was always convinced that his potato was magic, and as such was probably a familiar. He named him Frank
Welf von Ehrwald wrote:I like my drow named Drizzt. He is fighting with scimitars and about to learn the two-sword fight. His people are evil to the bone, worshipping only evil deities and demons and torturing for fun and power. My character grew up to be a exceptional strong warrior and started to question the common beliefs. My character fled from his tribe and sought shelter in a nearby town, where he healed his wounds. But some stayed permanent.
Rhyme-o-mancer wrote:I actually just rolled this character today. He's a dwarven druid who lives in the desert as a hermit... Need I say more?
Rhyme-o-mancer wrote:Prometheus wrote:He died. But he became a legend among dwarves.
As someone who loves roleplaying dwarves, this wins.
Sandis wrote:If I'd been DMing that, your next character would have gotten some major roleplaying experience.
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