Got a character race, class, build combo you want to test but don't want to commit to a full game? Got some homebrew that you've been cooking that you want to see in action but you can't because someone won't let you play that? You trying to learn the latest D&D but don't have a safe space to practice? Well folks the name SMARTAgentKC and I'm here to help you all out on that and much more, Come on in, grab yourself a mage armor enhanced lab coat, and a set of lab dice and let's get to work.
Besides the usual disclaimers (magic, monsters, bad guys, possible violence, misdemeanors, and role-playing) this adventure also has a fair amount of possible horrific elements including mind control, body horror, alternate dimensions, evil gods and beings, tentacles, and weird/disgusting enemies.
Looking for a player to join an ongoing Lost City campaign. This is using 5e rules for a Goodman Games Reincarnation Adventure based on the AD&D module of the same name.
If you're interested, please create a 3rd level character, but know that we currently have a rogue, a monk, a wizard and a ranger in the party. I'll be inclined to give the spot to a player whose character doesn't match one of those. Below are the character creation rules:
All races/classes from the PHB are just fine, and if you want to ask about others from other books you can go ahead and make a request. I've got Xanathar's Guide, but that's about it as far as the others go. If you want a class or race from another book, you'll need to give me a rundown on everything about them so I can make a determination. Just cut/paste at the end of your Character Sheet or something.
As far as formatting your character sheet, this is my preferred style - please do your best to craft something similar. That way I know where everything is without hunting all over the place for abilities, feats, saves, etc. It'd be much appreciated and will certain make your character more likely to be chosen if I get a lot of interest in the game!
For attributes, let's use the following rules:
1) Roll 4d6 for each and drop the lowest result from one of those dice. You can place them anywhere you'd like. If you are REALLY unlucky and wind up with a total of +2 or less for the sum of your modifiers, go ahead and roll once more. But only once! Then you can go to option 2 below.
2) If you don't like your results from rolling the dice, go ahead and create a character using the point buy system.
3) If you've got a RANDOMLY rolled character with a total of +2 or less for the sum of your modifiers, but you want to go ahead and play them, I'll let you choose a bonus feat as a reward!
That's all I've got so far... More questions are certainly welcome!
The D&D Adventurers League is an ongoing official campaign for Dungeons & Dragons. It uses the fifth edition Dungeons & Dragons rules, and features the Forgotten Realms setting and now Eberron. You can play D&D Adventurers League games literally anywhere. Players use the fifth edition rules to create a character and bring that character to games anywhere D&D Adventurers League play is happening.