View Full Version : Question for the D&D experts

26-01-2005, 15:48:24
What the fuck is wrong with you?

26-01-2005, 17:58:40
I am no longer an expert - I just bullshit with what I can remember from the original AD&D rules (Which is still an awful lot!):clueless:

26-01-2005, 18:08:27
I have a very low Charisma

but that's okay, my DM allowed us to swap our scores to racial maximums during rl creation and I have a really high wisdom.

26-01-2005, 18:11:23
Who used the armor vs. weapon adjustments? Anyone?

26-01-2005, 18:12:55
We figured that should be factored into the AC and weapon modifier, it's suppose to be a fun game not a chart nightmare

26-01-2005, 18:14:33
I tihnk I did some sort of thing to come up with my DnD score

and Wisdom/Charisma/Dexterity/Strength were all below average (sometimes by a bit)

Constitution was about normal

and Intelligence was high

I should ask God for a reroll

Jon Miller

26-01-2005, 18:24:02
What's you alignment?

26-01-2005, 18:26:17
Drunken Stuppor;)

26-01-2005, 18:54:16
I'm corporate evil. Just do it.

26-01-2005, 18:55:34

27-01-2005, 00:55:18
Back when I was teen, I used to run a game called Villians & Vigilantes (V&V). It was a super hero version of D&D basically. Anyways, it suggested that the players use "Alter Egos"... where you'd figure out a player's stats, and then superize them. Then, they'd play themselves as super heroes. Let me tell you, that is the lamest thing ever. Especially when you end up rating players stats.

"There is no way my strength is 12, Mr. Darkstar!"
"Yeah? How much are you bench pressing?"
"Well, er... 100 to 110 pounds."
"You are right. Your strength should be 9."

"Hey, I'm better looking then 14 Charisma."
"Aren't you the guy that the varsity cheerleaders took one look at, one of them actually puked, the whole squad charged over, grabbed you up, and gave you a swirly for the rest of first period? Didn't they run your pants and underwear up the flagpole before they left you alone?"
"Well, yeah! See? If I was ugly, they wouldn't have paid me any attention!"

By the time we were done generating their characters, several had seriously asked me if they could re-roll their life.

27-01-2005, 01:29:31
Originally posted by Darkstar
By the time we were done generating their characters, several had seriously asked me if they could re-roll their life.

Isn't that why they play RPGs in the 1st place?:p

The Mad Monk
27-01-2005, 05:01:51
I know that's why I did.

27-01-2005, 05:02:17
The old rogue based game Omega let you play yourself. It was great. If you lied too much (I can bench 450 pounds!!!) it would just set a random stat to 3.