User:The bluez in the dungeon
- 1 Presentation
- 1.1 Disclaimer
- 1.2 Advocacy for Metric measures beside Imperial system
- 1.3 Ratings
- 1.4 In the Dungeon series
- 1.5 Player's Character
- 1.5.1 Homebrew Races and Templates
- 1.5.2 Homebrew Classes
- 1.5.3 Homebrew Feats
- 1.5.4 Homebrew Skill Tricks
- 1.5.5 Homebrew Flaws and Traits
- 1.5.6 Homebrew Equipment
- 1.5.7 Homebrew Complex Special Ability Components
- 1.6 Dungeon Master
- 1.7 Character Builds
- 1.8 Things that I like
I'm a new user, recently registered on the wiki, and I've played D&D for a few years, mainly 3.5e (started with 4e but it wasn't for me). I created this account to post my classes, feats and other homebrew material I imagined through the years. I will try to make a collection of remade classes.
I already wrote some pages (mostly complete).
I've come to understand that incomplete articles are very unwelcomed on the site (or at least they were). I have many unfinished pages, mainly classes. I have edited some of them in such a way to hide any incomplete section with the long-term plan of completing them later (mainly leaving out lore and additional content while providing a complete rundown of class features), but not all of them. I understand that the best option would be to put them in a dedicated sandbox so, if anyone cares, please message me in my talk page and say: "bluez, you've gotta put those articles in sandbox or we will take them down", and I will comply, given a reasonable time (I know it's just a copy and paste, I'm lazy). The reason because I did not complete some of my pages is because I started them without a clear picture, trying my best to make something out of them. I know now that this is not the best approach, but I have the intention of completing them all, sandboxed or not, so please keep this in mind.
P.S.: I haven't put a balance rating in any of my pages. This is because I'm not confindent enough of my ability to do it correctly, so please if it's mandatory to make the articles complete write me on each talk page what rating you think my articles are. Thanks!
Advocacy for Metric measures beside Imperial system
Petition to add Metric measures together with Imperial measures in pages and descriptions on the wiki.
- Advanced Dagger Mastery
- Advanced Dark Companion
- Aged Drakescales
- Angel Bells
- Angelic Lance
- Arcanum Dragon
- Sacred Geometry
- Sigil Alchemist
- Silkweaver Witch
- Skyfather's Might
- Soaking Burst
- Spirit Warrior
- Star Gazer
This is a set of redone existing classes from official material. Generally I take the WoTC version of the class and build upon it, simplifying descriptions and the way features work, if I find them too convoluted. Next I try to heighten their power-level with various sources: my imagination alone (usually the less used), other variations of the class made by someone else (I try not to copy, but to innovate on the concept giving my own spin to it, but this is not in any way always well done), or generally themes and mechanics I found around. I'm not an expert on balance or power levels, as I have played for a short time and not so often, so I lack a lot of knowledge and experience, especially of high levels. Despite this I have come to understand the profound imbalances the official material bring along, and I intend to reduce it, as much as I can. Having said this I prefer to think to campaigns not solely based on fighting, combat or contrapposition as ways to resolve conflict and solve issues. So I don't mind a bit of underpowered features or abilities, as I just think that different classes are made for different campaigns and groups and not all must be compared to wizard's level of power, as balancing is a skill that goes beyond formal rules.
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|Races||Boskorg, Half-Boskorg, Half-Orbog, Orbog, Shadow Tiefling, Shirrec, Vespertillum|
|Templates||Ancient Elf, Fossil|
|NPCs||Eleutheria of Erebos|
Homebrew Complex Special Ability Components