We finished Wrath of the Righteous earlier this year, so here’s my character from Paizo’s most insane Adventure Path.
My first Pathfinder RPG character ever (it took five years of GMing Pathfinder before I found a game to just play in), who would much later (long after the campaign ended) go on to become Seldlon I, Runelord of Divination and Emperor of New Thassilon.
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This isn’t my current character in Wrath of the Righteous, but my back-up. From what I’ve read on the Paizo forums, there’s quite a bit of rocket tag in the higher levels of WotR, so having a back-up character is a good idea.
I thought is would be fun to post some of my characters from some campaigns. First up is my most recent character from a just-completed Skull & Shackles campaign. Presenting the new Hurricane King: Xantrian de Sauveterre!
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“Planetouched” is a term used to describe a creature that can trace its bloodline back to an outsider. The effects of an outsider’s bloodline can manifest in its descendants for many generations. Though not as dramatically altered as half-fiends or half-celestials, the planetouched still have some special qualities because of their unusual ancestors.
Bariaur as a player character race for Pathfinder Planescape.
Ever since I first posted my version of the faction abilities for Pathfinder, I have been wanting to update them to more closely resemble the faction abilities as presented in The Factol’s Manifesto. My problem (and the reason it took me five years to figure out) was three-fold: 1) many of the abilities seem awfully over-powered; 2) many of the abilities seem unbalanced when compared to each other; 3) all these abilities could get very complex, especially if you have to deal with some players who aren’t overly interested in the factions.
Rogue modron as a player character race for Pathfinder Planescape. Build your own Nodrom!