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  • Rules for Character Creation

    The PCs are, at the beginning of the campaign, no more than promising young adults. As such, all PCs begin with a single level of one of the NPC classes. This can be from the "Dungeon Master's Guide":http://dndsrd.net/npcClasses.html or one of the [[ …

  • Central Pantheon

    The Central Pantheon, more commonly known as The Creators or The Keepers, are a tight sub-pantheon amongst the many gods, and are dedicated to maintaining the balance the Central Plane keeps between the six Energy Planes (see [[Creation]] for details). …

  • Watchman

    With magic being common to everyday life, soldiers and guards must maintain magical defenses as well as mundane. This is the purview of the watchman. A limited selection of spells allow watchmen to survey threats, subdue criminals, and coordinate units …

  • The Energy Planes

    The six Energy Planes are essentially the same as described in the _Dungeon Master's Guide (Chapter 5)_. The only major exceptions are the blended regions at the planes' junctions. The Energy Planes are all coterminous with four others, and at these …

  • Acolyte

    Not everyone is cut out to be a cleric, but in a world where magic is part of everyday life, churches are expected to provide the basics for their followers. Since fully trained clerics can be expensive to support, much of the day to day work is done by …

  • Sensitive

    I did not create this class; it was found online at www.dandwiki.com. I liked it, so no need to re-reinvent the wheel. Sensitives are minor psychics. More often than not, they are normal people known for having the second sight or unusual abilities. …

  • Scholar

    Because of the prevalence of , it is not uncommon for children to receive basic training in magical theory as part of a classical education. Those who show a knack for it may go on to learn some basic uses of the arcane arts. A few with sufficient …

  • Prestige Points

    Prestige points are a way for characters to gain an extra edge for those times when a truly heroic effort is called for. They are acquired by players for their contributions out-of-game. The primary way prestige points are earned is through player …

  • Character Retraining

    Character Retraining rules can be found in the back of the Player's Handbook II. It works as described there, with the following changes. As always, I'm open to consider doing things differently if you can justify your character's reasons. h4. Class …

  • Prestige Abilities Table

    Using a prestige ability in combat is an immediate action. Abilities that effect roll results must be used before those results are known. Abilities generally last until the beginning of the character's next turn. See the main [[Prestige Points | …

  • Supernatural Nontransparency

    The general magic-psionics transparency rule is out for this world. The same is true for any other effects' transparency rules, such as soulmelds (__Magic of Incarnum__) or supernatural martial maneuvers (__Tome of Battle__), should we decide to …

  • Weapon Group Feats

    Most of this comes straight from the _Unearthed Arcana_ section on weapon group feats, but I've added weapons from more books and a few of my own groups. For more details on the rules, refer to the main [[Weapon Groups]] page. *Exotic Weapon Feats* …

  • Weapon Group Proficiencies Table

    |_. Class |_. Weapon Group Proficiencies at 1st Level | | Barbarian | Basic weapons, plus any other three | | Bard | Basic weapons, plus any other two | | Cleric | Basic weapons, plus any other two | | Druid | Basic weapons, plus either druid weapons …

  • Item Creation 1

    h4. This page represents the beginning stages of brainstorming. It's very rough. This turned out to be way more complex than I anticipated, so I just saved my notes here and continued off OP. Anyway, here's where I started. Since I noticed Xenia …

  • Weapon Groups

    I was poking around _Unearthed Arcana_ and other alternate rules sources while I was considering item creation, and remembered how much I liked the Weapon Groups alternate rule. Most of this comes straight from _UA_, but there are a few twists of my own. …

  • Character Advancement Table

    Since NPC levels and supernatural bonus feats have made leveling a bit wonky, there was some confusion, including for the DM. So, this is the reconsidered and official advancement table for The Legs of Lolth. |_. PC Class Level |_. Minimum Total XP …

  • Acquiring Prestige Points

    The following list explains things I want people to do in exchange for Prestige Points. Noteworthy contributions to the campaign and/or wiki that are not included on this list may also receive prestige points. If it's a one-time sort of thing, please …

  • Recurring Point Activities

    Here is a detailed description of the most common, repeating Prestige Point activities. * Write an Adventure Log. (1 player, 1/adventure) Everyone seems to be more inclined to make these a creative writing exercise than my original intent for them, …

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