"Oh my god, we're criminals, we have to be evil!" Well...no, not really. Being a petty thief does not automatically make you evil. Now, this isn't to say you can't be evil, not even slightly, it's just to point out that you don't have to be.
Core races are automatically allowed, as are
|(Eberron Campaign Setting) |
|(Eberron Campaign Setting) |
Elans, Maenads and Xephs
|(Expanded Psionics Handbook) |
. Any other race is by request (though generally you can expect me to say yes). Please don't pick something if a) You know it's overpowered for its LA, or b) It clearly couldn't, you know, exist in a mostly-human city. No members of the
|Orcs, goblins, gnolls, kobolds, troglodytes, etc, see the wiki for more information. If in doubt, just ask. |
are allowed, as even if you were the sweetest, most loveliest orc ever to have lived who devoted his life to helping the little kiddies...you would still be killed on sight. We're in a war here, people.
Oh, and no half-orcs or half-elves exist in my setting. Especially the half-orcs. I mean, that's just icky.
Core classes are automatically allowed, anything else is by request (though, again, you can normally expect me to say yes). Psionics are allowed as well. I would prefer it if you avoided the Big Five classes (Wizard, Druid, Cleric, Archivist, Artificer & Erudite - yes, I know that's six), but I'm not going to absolutely enforce that if you're absolutely desperate to play one and can agree to play them sensibly and reasonably. Please note the changes to certain classes, found here
. Importantly, please note that dwarves may not
be arcane casters.
You'll start at level 5, with 11,000
experience. This will give crafters a bit of experience to play with if they want to use it.
9,000gp. No more than one third (3,000gp) may be spent on a single item.
Use the following code: "7m4d6v1r1", dropping the worst result and applying the remaining 6 results to whichever stats you wish. You may re-roll the entire set of results once
, if you don't like the set you have. You must stick with your new set of stats. And before you ask, no, I don't care that you re-rolled your stats and now they suck and it's unfair and your character won't be teh ub3r l33t pwnz0r or whatever. It's a game of chance, deal with it. Besides, it makes it more realistic if your character isn't perfect at everything, right?
Max hp for your first level, roll for all other levels.
Traits & Flaws:
You may take a maximum of one trait and one flaw. Please don't feel obliged to take these if none really suit your character.
In general, all official books are open to you, but I reserve the right to refuse anything non-core. I own virtually all the 3.5 books, so there shouldn't be a problem there. I'm not necessarily familiar with everything in all of them, though, so if I suddenly decide something you've chosen doesn't fit/is unbalanced please don't be offended. If you are using something non-core, I'd appreciate if it you could mention somewhere in your application/sheet what book, and perhaps even what page, the rules can be found in.