Guys, I want to do a one off session of 3.5 that is Christmas themed. I want combat and puzzles all to be festive. Aside from the obvious things like snowy setting and frost creatures, what else can I do?
"I’m glad you’re not a rogue, then."
"I’ve been thinking about multiclassing."
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Star Wars: Wrath of the Empire (Made this poster and logo just for fun and as a possible motivator)
This campaign would be in an alternate timeline where the event of Force Unleashed 1 take place, following the dark side ending and what comes after that (The apprentice killing Kenobi on Tatooine and turning Luke to the dark side on Hoth).
The players would form part of whats left of the rebel alliance… In the final episodes of the campaign, I see the players escorting Leia to Dagobah to start training as a jedi. In the meantime the players would do more missions and then finally face Starkiller and Luke on Endor.
Leia would face Luke as she would try to return him to the light side and the players would try to deal with Lord Starkiller… or something along those lines… i am sure i am not the only one who has toyed with the idea.
Force Unleashed “Movie”: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-FhaJa1J_58
Dark Side ending, death of Kenobi, and turning of Luke: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YnG_wo7SMjc
So back in 2011 i “converted” star wars to 4e (more or less) and ive been updating it ever since. Its not perfect, probable has some balance issues but i successfully ran a campaign with it for a year. This blog is private but if anyone wishes to join and use its content or even improve upon it, just DM me about it… hmmm key?
The Brakes have never exactly been a good place to live: horrible food and real estate, flesh-eating lizardfolk, disease, poisonous animals, violent nature spirits, and more make day-to-day living a luxury.
As bad as things seem however, they are about to get much, much worse because…
Something Stirs in the Blackscale Brakes.
This campaign front foundation is perfect not only for starting campaign, but also for a starting Game Master (and/or one strapped for time or looking for ideas). Unlike an adventure module rather than spell everything out we give you a solid campaign front to get you going, and plenty of options to mix and match as necessary.
Finally, there is also a compendium class, dungeon gear, magic items, and monsters to bring some added flavor to the Brakes.
I heard its good.