The Watchtowers of Shadowgate Depths
Character Creation Process
Character Stats are determined by rolling four (4)D6 and keeping the highest 3.
- Hogarth is creating his character for the campaign. He rolls four six sided dice. The results are: 5, 5, 4, 2. He keeps the (2) 5’s and the 4 for a stat of fourteen.
Players may place the stats in any order they desire.
- Hogarth has rolled the stats for his character and is ready to assign them. He has decided he’s going to create a Fighter. His rolls in order were: 12, 8, 14, 10, 16, 13. He decides to place them as follows: Str: 16, Dex: 13, Con: 14, Int: 12, Wis: 8, and Cha: 10.
Races of Agea
See PF Race for specific information on races and racial bonuses.
Again, there is a lot of source material out there, not only from WoTC, but many 3rd party sources. Any deviance from the PHB must be approved before using.
Note: Gnomes and Halflings are very rare on Agea. Gnomes are almost extinct and must be taken with DM approval. It is almost unheard of for Gnomes to be found out of their homeland, Pontanthea.
Any Core or Base Class as listed in PF SRD may be taken freely. Any other class must have DM preapproval.
Standard Character Classes
Home Brew Classes
All templates must be preaproved by the DM before use.
NPC Only Alignments
My Alignment Rules
- First, any chosen alignment must fit the character concept.
- Second, any chosen alignment must be role played.
- Third, any alignment that is played must fit within the group of other PCs.
- It is ok to have a CE character in a party full of LG paladins, as long as 1st, its in the benefit of all parties, second, the CE character restricts his actions and conceals has true nature as much as possible, and third there must be a common goal that can not be completed without the others.
- Finally, have fun with it. If the alignment you picked isn’t playing out well, let’s talk it over and find a solution.
I do expect that all players stick to their alignments, role play them out, and let the alignment guide the character along their path. However, any players who are not playing out their alignment will face the penalties associated with an alignment change, if it is a long term issue. I will always council with a player on their actions several times before implementing any alignment changes.