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Haaaaaaaa

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Rgr,

I will be a few minutes late joining (yet another lacrosse game with my daughter tonight). I will work on my character to have it ready for review at that time. Forgive my ignorance, but, I need to ask...where do I find the racial stats for Hobgoblins? I have reviewed the Kalamar files and your house rules, yet, I did not see any reference. I had previously committed to playing a Hobgoblin Barbarian, however, I see we already have that class covered. I am thinking of a Hob Shaman/Warrior (cleric/fighter), unless there is another need in the party that my character can fill. I'm really open to any character concept...
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rom90125 wrote:Rgr,

I will be a few minutes late joining (yet another lacrosse game with my daughter tonight). I will work on my character to have it ready for review at that time. Forgive my ignorance, but, I need to ask...where do I find the racial stats for Hobgoblins? I have reviewed the Kalamar files and your house rules, yet, I did not see any reference. I had previously committed to playing a Hobgoblin Barbarian, however, I see we already have that class covered. I am thinking of a Hob Shaman/Warrior (cleric/fighter), unless there is another need in the party that my character can fill. I'm really open to any character concept...
Found the race info. Gonna go with a Hob Shaman/Beserker (cleric/3rd ed Barbarian).
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Rigon wrote:MapTools, version 1.3.b91
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OK, I'll download and install. Prolly have to update SKYPE as well.

Oh yeah, is the game at 8 central time?

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Rigon wrote:FYI: I made a small change to Fate Points.

I renamed them Luck Points and changed the die to a 1d8 from a 1d6.

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Name: Keh-El Noth
Race: Hobgoblin (Kargi)
Alignment: CG
Class/Level: Berserker(3)/Shaman(3) - The Way of the Berserk
ExP: 11902 (5951/5951) exp to 4nd level 9401/9001
GP: 260 SP: 16 CP: 9
Languages: Common, Goblin, Orc, Giant, Dwarf, Gnome
Description:

STR: 15 (+1)
DEX: 12 (+0)
*CON: 17 (+2)
INT: 10 (+0)
*WIS: 17 (+2)
CHA: 9 (+0)

HP: 24 (d12/D8)
AC: 19 (expert cuir bouille, +1 AC; +3 large shield)
BtH: +2
# Atts: 1
Percept: +2 (+0 Mental Avg, +1 Mental Prime, +1 Beserker)
Speed: 30 ft
Size: M
Fate (Luck): 8/11


Weapons:
expert 2-handed axe (+1 BtH, 1d12+1 damage)
Juju stick (club, 1d6+1 damage)
4x javelins (1d6+STR damage)
Large Shield +3
Long Sword + 1


Racial Traits:
Darkvision: See in Complete darkness up to 60 Ft in shades of grey. Need one minute to adjust if there is any light
Conceal (DEX):In wilderness areas can camouflage with a successful dexterity check and be unnoticeable by most passers-by. Can conceal and move silently at the same
time at 5th level but must make a successful conceal and move silent check at -5 and movement is reduced to one quarter the normal movement rate.
Stonecraft (WIS): Pass within 10 ft Wisdom Check +2(+4 if searching)

Class Abilities:
Combat Sense (no flanking bonus to attack Keh, back-attack bonuses are halved)
Primal Force (+1 ST vs paralysis, polymorph, petrification, death attacks)
Primal Fury (+2 damage, +2Wis, -2AC, -2Int) Lasts lvl + 1 rnd. Afterward, -2STR, -2DEX, -10MVMENT for 4 hours
Spell Casting (+1 1st, +1 2nd); 0th = 4, 1st = 2, 2nd = 1
Turn Undead
Cure/Harm spells add Wis bonus.
Spontaneous Casting

Magic Items:

Equip:
Equip: Pack 1, Delvers bundle

Backpack 2g
Bedroll 1s
Belt pouch large 1g
Blanket, winter 5s
Canteen ½ gallon 2g
Flint and steel 1g
Hammer small 1g
Lantern hooded 7g
Oil 6 flasks 6g
Pitons / spikes 10 1g
Rope 50’ hemp 1g
Sack large 2 1s
Torch 5 5c
Whetstone/weapon kit 1g


Candle 5 sticks 5c
Holy symbol wood 1g
Incense sticks 6 6g
Prayer beads 2g
Wolves bane 2g

Total 10 gold

Belt pouch small 2 1g
Case scroll or map 1g
Chalk 3 pieces 3c
Chisel 1g
Cord 50’ 5g
Crowbar 2g
Dust bag of 3 -
File metal 1g
Pitons/spikes 10 1g
Rogues tools 30g
Sack small 1s
String 50’ 4s
Vial 4 4s

Total 40 gold

Treasure
pp:
gp: 104
sp:
cp:
gems:

Notes:

Spells:
0th - 4
1st - 2+1
2nd - 1+1

0th Level:
Light, Detect Magic, Endure Elements x2

1st Level:
Shield of Faith, Sound Burst, CLW

2nd Level:
Delay Poison, Lesser Restoration
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Rom, are you playing a berserker or a barbarian? Because they are different in my games and I just want to be clear.

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Berserker from your house rules...
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2 hobs and an orc, along with a dwarf, I'll travel and hang out with you all willingly, but I will not go native, and you will each HAVE to bathe every time we get to a town! :lol:
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rom90125 wrote:Berserker from your house rules...
That's fine, I just wanted to be sure that's what you intended.

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Lurker wrote:2 hobs and an orc, along with a dwarf, I'll travel and hang out with you all willingly, but I will not go native, and you will each HAVE to bathe every time we get to a town! :lol:
Bathes?!?!? We don't need no stinkin' bathes!!!
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Barlieg does not know. Bathing is not so bad. Barlieg likes the clean fresh feeling of the blood of his foes.
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I will be late again tonight. Had to take my son to soccer. I should sign on in about an hour.

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My internet cut out.

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We have all shut it down Chuck. Good game, see you next week.

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Ok. Sorry about that. See you guysnext week for Tree's game.

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Sorry again guys. My internet just cut out for no reason. I have every thing saved and noted, so when we play again in 2 weeks, we should pick back up right where we left off.

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No worries, man. It was gettin' to be about quitting time anyway. Plus, Keh was just about to unleash more orc-bashing, oat-rolling domination which wouldn't have left anything for the other PCs, so, probably best you ended when you did...
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Good game, everyone!

And it's good to be back gaming with y'all. Now if I could only remember how spells work! :oops:
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Yes. Good game. And great to have Rhuvein back gaming with us.

This particular party is going to have some interesting encounters with all these spellcasters we have. We are either going to be spectacular or get creamed :lol:

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Awesome session. I love first level.

I have a funny feeling though that Second Orc From The Left on the Balcony is my uncle Blorg. Don't worry, I'll do my duty. He always brings a terrible 3 bean salad to reunions and I think he steals the frisbees.
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Aramis wrote:Yes. Good game. And great to have Rhuvein back gaming with us.

This particular party is going to have some interesting encounters with all these spellcasters we have. We are either going to be spectacular or get creamed :lol:
Rgr that! While doing the recap I realized my swashbuckler and the Half Orc Barbarian are the only front line guys we have, and I am by far NOT a tank ! We will have to play smart and use the spell casters to their full effect or things will go badly for us!
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Lurker wrote:
Aramis wrote:Yes. Good game. And great to have Rhuvein back gaming with us.

This particular party is going to have some interesting encounters with all these spellcasters we have. We are either going to be spectacular or get creamed :lol:
Rgr that! While doing the recap I realized my swashbuckler and the Half Orc Barbarian are the only front line guys we have, and I am by far NOT a tank ! We will have to play smart and use the spell casters to their full effect or things will go badly for us!
What?!?! Overlooking the hob berserker, aren't we? Bah! Keh will show them all... I pity the fool!
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rom90125 wrote:

What?!?! Overlooking the hob berserker, aren't we? Bah! Keh will show them all... I pity the fool!
To be fair, he is a barb shaman, sooooooo he isn't strictly a front line fighter :)
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Aramis wrote:Yes. Good game. And great to have Rhuvein back gaming with us.

This particular party is going to have some interesting encounters with all these spellcasters we have. We are either going to be spectacular or get creamed :lol:
Thanks, chief!

I hope to bulk up on armor and weapons as we progress, but agree ~ the spellcasting is going to be quite interesting! ;)
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rom90125 wrote:
Lurker wrote:
Aramis wrote:Yes. Good game. And great to have Rhuvein back gaming with us.

This particular party is going to have some interesting encounters with all these spellcasters we have. We are either going to be spectacular or get creamed :lol:
Rgr that! While doing the recap I realized my swashbuckler and the Half Orc Barbarian are the only front line guys we have, and I am by far NOT a tank ! We will have to play smart and use the spell casters to their full effect or things will go badly for us!
What?!?! Overlooking the hob berserker, aren't we? Bah! Keh will show them all... I pity the fool!
Barbarians are not tanks. You have to have a high AC to be a tank. Barbarians are a blood sponge, dripping their blood everywhere because they get hit so often.
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Clerics can act like tanks, but their BtH makes it hard for them.

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Treebore wrote:

Barbarians are not tanks. You have to have a high AC to be a tank. Barbarians are a blood sponge, dripping their blood everywhere because they get hit so often.

:shock: I've never seen it put that way ..... but I like it! Now I have something to add to the jokes about the Hobs not taking a bath !!!!! :lol:
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Well, the Hobs are one thing, but as for myself, I scrub and scrub.

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