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I'm a big fan of Inkarnate for overland maps, and Dungeon Painter Studio for dungeons.
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I could see an adventuring Alchemist as more of a researcher or adventurer. Their skills would be more lore based (have to know which plants or substances are needed). Being almost a pure researcher, they would probably have very little in the way of combat skills. However they would make up for it ...
The party awoke to find themselves sans clothing or anything else in a clearing in the forest. It was then that the party realized they had somehow gotten dosed with some kind of hallucinogenic mushroom spore which was the only explanation for the strange adventures they had gone on in the realm of ...
Once again Penundra is looking for players. We are a group of grognards playing on Roll 20 every two weeks on Saturday nights at 7:00 Central (GMT-6) Penundra is a light fantasy campaign featuring oddball NPCs, dungeon crawls and the occasional feats of dawing doo. GM has over 40 years of experience...
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- Sun May 20, 2018 10:56 am
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: A Comment on the "Companion"/Advanced Question
- Replies: 61
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One of the things that drove me away from AD&D back in the day is that it got away from being setting neutral (or at least as much as it could be) and started insisting upon setting as rules. My sense of this is similar to Solo's in that I prefer to make up my own mind about what is going to go into...