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drotwaner
2019-06-16, 12:37 AM
Khm ph 5 mn qu tặng tranh đồng nghĩa

Cuộc sống ngy cng pht triển th nhu cầu lm đẹp cho cuộc sống cng tăng ln v những mn qu tặng cũng ngy cng được quan tm. Một mn qu đẹp, sang trọng, nghĩa lại c gi hợp l l thứ m con người lun tm kiếm. Qu tặng tranh đồng chnh l sự lựa chọn l tưởng nhất của bạn. Tham khảo ngay Đồ đồng - Sieuthidodong.vn (https://sieuthidodong.vn/) để khm ph về 5 mn qu tặng tranh đồng nghĩa qua bi viết dưới đy.

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Tranh đồng - kiệt tc của tranh mỹ nghệ

Ngy nay việc chọn lựa qu tặng l điều rất được quan tm nhất l đối với những người đi lm. Họ mua qu biếu sếp, mua qu tặng bạn b, người thn. Khi đ mn qu sang trọng v giu tnh thẩm mỹ như tranh đồng sẽ được lựa chọn nhiều nhất.

- Cc bức tranh đồng c hnh ảnh v thiết kế rất đẹp, tinh xảo v sang trọng. Đ c thể l bức tranh thin nhin yn bnh của lng qu, cũng c thể l bộ tranh tứ qu với cảnh sắc 4 ma đầy sức sống hay, bức tranh chữ độc đo, bức tranh với hnh ảnh bầy ngựa hng mnh đang phi giữa thảo nguyn.

- Tranh đồng rất đa dạng về cảnh sắc v nghĩa. Cc hnh ảnh lại được chạm khắc thủ cng tỉ mỉ rất sinh động v chn thực, cho chng ta cảm gic gần gũi với thin nhin v con người.

- Hơn nữa tranh đồng được tạo bởi đồng đỏ hoặc đồng vng nguyn chất nn c độ bền đẹp rất cao. Mu sắc sng bng của đồng tạo sự sang trọng v cuốn ht cho bức tranh.

5 mn qu tặng tranh đồng được ưa chuộng nhất

Tranh đồng l cả một kho tng đậm chất nghệ thuật v phong thủy. Mỗi bức tranh l mỗi vẻ đẹp v nghĩa tượng trưng ring được người nghệ nhn gửi gắm biết bao tm tư tnh cảm. Dưới đy l 5 bức tranh đồng tiu biểu được lựa chọn rất nhiều lm qu tặng:

- Tranh đồng tứ qu

- Tranh chữ đồng

- Tranh đồng thuận buồm xui gi

- Tranh đồng m đo thnh cng

- Tranh đồng mừng thọ

Những bức tranh ny được đnh gi cao cả về hnh thức lẫn chất lượng. Hơn nữa chng mang những nghĩa v cng tốt đẹp cho cuộc sống con người v ph hợp lm qu tặng trong những dịp trọng đại.

nghĩa su sắc của 5 mn qu tranh đồng tiu biểu

Tranh đồng tứ qu*

Tranh tứ qu hay cn gọi l tranh tứ bnh l bộ tranh gồm 4 bức khắc họa hnh ảnh 4 loi cy đặc trưng của 4 ma xun hạ thu đng.

Bộ tranh l những loi cy Tng - Trc - Cc - Mai với sức sống bền bỉ, mnh liệt v hin ngang mang đến cho con người hi vọng về sức khỏe v trường thọ. Hơn nữa bộ tranh tứ qu chnh l kht vọng về một năm mưa thuận gi ha, mọi điều như cho con người.

Bởi vậy tranh đồng tứ qu xứng đng l mn qu gi trị m chng ta tặng nhau nhn dịp đầu xun năm mới hay dịp tn gia.

Thng tin lin quan về qu tặng đồ đồng: https://steemit.com/do/@sieuthidodong99/sieu-thi-do-dong-do-my-nghe-cao-cap-tai-viet-nam

Tranh thuận buồm xui gi

Bức họa hnh ảnh con thuyền lướt sng trn mặt biển mnh mng. D sng biển dữ dằn nhưng con thuyền vẫn bnh an v thẳng tiến. Bức tranh như lời chc gia đnh lun gặp thuận lợi trong cuộc sống, vượt qua tất cả mọi kh khăn một cch dễ dng v gặt hi được thật nhiều thnh cng trong học tập, sự nghiệp...

Tranh thuận buồm xui gi l mn qu rất gi trị trong dịp khai trương cng ty, nh hng hay dịp tn gia, sinh nhật bởi n mang gi trị thẩm mỹ rất cao v nghĩa may mắn.

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Tranh chữ đồng

Tranh chữ đồng được coi l kiệt tc của nghệ thuật chạm chữ v đc đồng. Mỗi bức tranh l một chữ mang nghĩa su sắc như: tranh chữ Tm, chữ Ti, chữ Nhẫn, chữ Phc, Lộc, Thọ

Cc chữ trong tranh đều mang nghĩa cầu cho cuộc sống may mắn, tốt đẹp. Ty vo mục đch sử dụng v lời chc gửi tới người nhận để chọn được cc bức tranh chữ đồng khc nhau.

Tranh đồng mừng thọ

L bức họa cc cụ gi đang vui đa cng con chu dưới bng cy tng. Bức tranh độc đo v trn đầy niềm vui chnh l lời chc cc cụ sống lu sống khỏe v được an hưởng tuổi gi cng con chu.

Với nghĩa tốt đẹp đ, tranh đồng mừng thọ l mn qu khng thể thiếu trong ngy mừng thọ của ng b cha mẹ, người thn.

Tranh đồng m đo thnh cng

L hnh ảnh 8 ch ngựa khỏe mạnh đang phi về cng 1 hướng. N thể hiện sự thnh cng nhanh chng trn đường học hnh v sự nghiệp. Bức tranh l lời chc gia đnh lun c sức mạnh v vượt qua mọi kh khăn của cuộc sống v lun thnh cng vin mn.



LỜI KẾT: Trn đy l 5 bức tranh đồng rất được ưa chuộng để lm qu tặng. Hi vọng những chia sẻ trn đy phần no gip bạn chọn lựa được mn qu ưng . Ngoi ra qu tặng bằng đồng cn rất nhiều sản phẩm độc đo v gi trị ty vo mục đch sử dụng v sở thch của người được tặng.

Bạn đang tm kiếm một mn qu vo dịp trọng đại no đ nhưng cn băn khoăn nn chọn qu g cho sang trọng lại ấn tượng, hy đến tm hiểu thng tin về Đồ đồng mỹ nghệ - kinh nghiệm mua đồ phong thủy (https://sites.google.com/site/dodongphongthuydep/) để được hỗ trợ

Roger_Druid
2019-06-16, 02:06 AM
Hi!

My first PC was a 2nd Ed. Druid, Roger Green, way back in 1992. I went crazy, as a guy, from 6th to 7th lvl, 'cause I was craving to get the 'Shapechange' ability. I put into rhymes all my spells, even the ones I didn't get the chance to cast, and every time I unleashed divine power, I recited 'em. As you can gather, my character left an impact upon my friends, it influenced the way I saw, and still see!, things even in real life. As for the others...I still get some pranks about my then choices but all in all I fondly remember Roger and when we are all together again and remember our adventure we share genuine laughs and still quarrel on priests vs. wizards debate, single-, dual-, or multi-class characters, and, what else, alignments! In play, you say? Well... I lost some bar-brawls, 'cause I usually slept outside, I couldn't 'Turn', I wasn't very good with my scimitar... However, when I used my darts(!) or sling, I was a pretty awesome figure in battles and, of course, they all needed my spells, particularly the ones without THAC0 using (a method of how to hit an opponent). Oh!, I also used to have a female wolf trailing me, by means of casting the 'Animal Friendship' spell, that also amounted for a fierce companion and a lot of game play. The most awkward moment? The thief-warrior of the team stole from me some 'holy berries' once and I didn't let the subject fall, ever! Up to the point that once he was left senseless and I tried to cure him by means of my 'Herbalism' proficiency (I way to cure without using spells), I searched his back-pack for materials, I had used all mine but I had distributed some among all just to be sure, I found my berries, cured him, nurtured him to full HP and, of course, challenged him; it led to a duel that he lost. Around that time I became 7th lvl but the party was over due to our DM's other obligations. However, being a single-class PC in a party with a thief-warrior and a mage-warrior PCs, the other two being a Bard and a Paladin, both NPCs, obviously got me more advanced in levels than anyone else and to this day I think that was the reason our play was unbalanced. But, I'd like to be old-pal Roger again!
Thank you for the stroll to memory lane,

Roger.

P.S. I still have my PHB, 2101, year 1989, at hand...

Particle_Man
2019-06-16, 08:42 AM
My first character was Fred the Fighter, who died on day one when he wandered away from the party and into a room full of Shadows. From that experience I have learned to be wary of splitting the party. :smallbiggrin:

zinycor
2019-06-16, 11:07 AM
My very first character was a dwarven fighter with incredible saving throws... which leads to this character failing every relevant saving throw, just because of my bad luck. From this I learned to never trust the die and leave as few things to luck as possible.

gandwarf
2019-06-17, 05:19 AM
mine was a gnome druid called Ghob. I don't really remember everything about his background, but there was some cliche's as usual. I think his village was destroyed by a hill giant, and he was raised in the forest, haha.

anyway, later on the campaign he got really powerful, it was a cool character. The only problem was that, since the beggining of the campaign, I commited to such a high pitched voice for him, eventually I was tired to play him and asked the DM to change it. One day we faced some kind of ghost that drained some of his vital energy aging him considerably, he got very old and that's how he changed his voice.

Great Dragon
2019-06-17, 11:23 AM
Hello. My first character is Magic-User. Do you remember your first PC? And do you think that character has influenced all the others somehow?

Third post related to this.

But, 1st PC was AD&D 1e Human Magic User.
Loads of fun.

I think that his "influence" on me was:
Focus on Teamwork.

2D8HP
2019-06-17, 03:34 PM
Hello. My first character is Magic-User. Do you remember your first PC? And do you think that character has influenced all the others somehow?


My first PC had a bow and a sword, as have many subsequent ones.

I would describe most of my PC's as "a wandering tourist/traveler/explorer/Knight Errant/hobo with lethal weapons"


It may have been Fighter #1 - He fought Giant Spiders and Skeletons and...

....that's pretty much all I remember about him, he was one a conga-line of other Fighters (or "Fighting-Men" as the rules then called the class).

I remember where and when though.

In 1978 I picked up the D&D "Basic set", and the following year the guy who later became my best friend (R.I.P.) saw me reading the "blue book", and invited me to play at his house were his older brother was the DM using the '74 original rules plus supplements. So the "gang" was High School classes of '83 (the first DM, and his friends ('83 & '84), his brother, me and a couple others of the class of '86, and my brother (class of 1989), so a six year age difference spread, but with most within three years of each other.
Fortunately my best friend's brother (our first DM) was accepted into U.C Berkeley and stayed in town, so we had eight years of gaming before "real life" broke up "The Fellowship".
IIRC I was the one who introduced most of the Advanced Dungeons and Dragons, Gamaworld, anf Ringworld stuff, while my best friend introduced most every other RPG (Traveller, Runequest, Paranoia, Champions and MERP/Rolemaster), his older brother of course introduced us to original D&D/Arduin, with minor detours into Villains and Vigilantes, Chivalry & Sorcery, and Stormbringer!, and a major detour into Car Wars. My brother (class of 1989) started us on Empire of the Petal Throne, and Top Secret, which fell on me to GM which I did but using mostly Call of Cthullu rules! I'm not sure who introduced CoC (mysterious that)?
After high school I very briefly played "variant" D&D with "grown-ups", but that ended because of something the DM's girlfriend put on my shoulder that I objected to (and I was attacked by their Ferret!), and then Vampire, Shadowrun, Cyberpunk and now 5e D&D (as well as my buying and reading a mountain of RPG's I've never played).

The first non-D&D character was for Villains & Vigilantes and for the game the PC was supposed to be based on on myself - and other than that I'd rather have been playing D&D I don't remember much of that game.

The next game was Champions (another comic book superheroes RPG) and I made my PC an "Agent of the Shadowed Moon", and his "power" was a ray-gun he carried...

...which another PC grabbed, and that was the end of my character.

After that it was a bunch of Call of Cthullu "Investigators" who could read Latin, Greek or Magyar, and Traveller Scouts with starships.

My most memorable AD&D character was a half-orc Cleric/Fighter who kept his face hidden with a "Great Helm" and I had him try to act as a Paladin and...

...he didn't last long before the other players said "Nope!".

My last AD&D character that I remember something about was from the Barbarian Class in The Dragon magazine and I remember that I wrote down "Chaotic Good" as Alignment in the Character Record Sheet, and that in the Character Illustration I wrote "If you ain't a Barbarian then you ain't [CENSORED]".

My very last PC for decades was a "Solo" for Cyberpunk and that's all I remember about him.

I made some Knights for Pendragon, various GURPS PC's, and I made a dual class Rogue/Wizard and some Rangers for 3e D&D that I never played.

My first PC for 5e D&D that I briefly played (one session) was a half elf Rogue with the Entertainer Background, and then (for a bit longer) a human Urchin background Fighter named "Lander Stormwind", who's the earliest PC I can remember the name of without looking up the sheet.

The PC I best remember was "Ossian" a Folk Hero background Fighter/Rogue who I had curse like "Captain Haddock" from the Tin Tin comics.

Hypersmith
2019-06-19, 10:12 PM
My first was a Tiefling Rogue, "Vex". Full edge backstory, subclass from dndwiki. Game fell apart very quickly because of one rude player. But it was my intro. Tieflings are still my fav race and rogue my fav class. Theives with a spell or two up their sleeves always hit the spot for me.

Honest Tiefling
2019-06-19, 10:27 PM
I think it was a half-elf ranger. Clearly, that racial preference didn't stick. The ranger business didn't either. Give me a spellbook or give me death! Or at least some sort of magical casting or skills!


My first was a Tiefling Rogue, "Vex". Full edge backstory, subclass from dndwiki. Game fell apart very quickly because of one rude player. But it was my intro. Tieflings are still my fav race and rogue my fav class. Theives with a spell or two up their sleeves always hit the spot for me.

I see that you are a being of culture as well. Don't worry, everyone went through that phase.

Ravens_cry
2019-06-20, 12:40 AM
First character I played was a pre-genned halfling rogue for fourth edition D&D. I dubbed him Bob Bobwise, because I was a cheeky booger even then. I'd say the most it influences me is my habit of drawing my characters much of the time, more often than writing a backstory. Drawing my character tells me a lot about them, who they are, what they consider important, and I often will come up with their backstory in the process.

weckar
2019-06-20, 03:42 AM
My first character was a Doppelganger Bard, in D&D at least. Played a shortlived green crystal warden in another game before that.

My lesson: Stick to PHB for your first character, in any game.

Pauly
2019-06-20, 06:25 AM
My first character was a high dex, high int Dwarven fighter with average Strength and Con. Since then I have found ways to run non standard character builds.

Velaryon
2019-06-22, 02:43 PM
My first character was a half-elf Fighter who was horribly unoptimized. I had literally been invited to join the game that same day, didn't know the first thing about D&D, and the player who helped make my character was basically rushing me to try and get the game started because he hadn't been expecting to have new players. He was so bad that the DM kept having to give me special treatment just so my character could make any contribution to combat at all, other than being a punching bag for the enemies while his teammates did all the actual fighting.

Creel Goetic had mediocre ability scores (relative to the other characters, anyway), the Spring Attack feat chain, wielded a halberd and rapier (not at the same time), and wore scale mail. Basically, he ran back and forth doing negligible damage to enemies, while the halfling rogue, half-orc barbarian, and even the dwarf monk created by the other brand new player completely outshined him in melee.

His signet ring was a family heirloom that was actually a Ring of Regeneration (the DM liked to give out one huge item to each player at low level and then make treasure extremely rare for the whole game). As my character's poor build caused him to fall further and further behind everyone else in terms of actually contributing to combat, the ring was retconned from being a standard Ring of Regeneration to one that actually granted the regeneration ability of a troll. And one time when our whole party was defeated and captured, it "mysteriously" was not found by our captors even though it was worn right on his hand like any other ring.

Thanks to that ring, he survived the initial attack when our party was ambushed by a clan of lycanthropes. Creel was pounced from cover by a weretiger, pinned to the ground, and "killed" by rake attacks on the first round of combat. But thanks to his ring, his entrails slowly knitted back together... and I of course failed the saving throw vs. lycanthropy and he became a weretiger.

So now Creel finally had the muscle to do some real damage... except that he couldn't control his transformations. Earning just 2 skill points per level and having just a +1 Wis bonus, it would take literal years of playing the game for Creel to level up high enough to have any chance of making Control Shape checks. So when he finally defeated the weretiger that had infected him, Creel found a ring that gave him the Improved Control Shape feat... even though said weretiger had been a natural lycanthrope and would thus have had no use for such a ring.

jintoya
2019-06-22, 05:25 PM
Mine was interesting, I had not looked at the players handbook bought my own set of core books, but due to a delay in shipping, I only got the monster manual on time, so naturally I read it.

When I was asked to make a character I immediately used what I knew.... Monsters, everyone was giving me an "oh no"look as I rolled out a pixie.... Barbarian...
The DM was pleasantly surprised by Boon, who at a distance appeared to be a flying axe... Later I would multi-class into rogue... But that was a great character, heavily influenced my character and DM work afterward, I'd encourage anyone to make an incredibly lopsided character.

MickyDruidic
2019-06-25, 05:08 AM
My first character was Varis, Half elf Folk Hero who took an oath of the ancients.

That paladin was such a fun and satisfying character to play.

AdmiralCheez
2019-06-25, 12:41 PM
My first character was an elven ranger in a game that fell apart after one session. My first recurring character was a human monk that was "forced" to leave the party because we desperately needed a healer instead, so a demon's fear effect caused him to flee permanently. My first character that actually lasted until the end of a campaign was the human cleric that replaced the monk.

None of those characters hold any real place in my heart, though. I was a terrible roleplayer then, and the campaign was very battle-heavy over story, so none of it was very memorable. The first character I actually enjoyed playing enough to give them a name and backstory though, was a dwarven fighter stuck in the World's Largest Dungeon campaign. That was such a fun game, even though we never finished it.

Jvelez1199
2019-06-26, 11:40 AM
Oh man first PC was a Ranger named Finn Mire.

I was just starting to play while I was going through a divorce. I channelled all of my insecurities, hardships, and loss into this one character. I was playing with friends from High School I literally got back into contact with.

And through the power of roleplaying and frienship it mentally helped me through chunks of my divorce.

Cygnia
2019-06-26, 12:12 PM
If we're talkin' original red book Basic Set? Elf.

SleepyShadow
2019-06-26, 12:16 PM
If we're talkin' original red book Basic Set? Elf.

Mine was a Dwarf :smallsmile: Named him Gartop, and I believe he died to jungle fever in our third session.

Guizonde
2019-06-26, 12:35 PM
mine was "the troll". ate the barkeep, ate the armorer, ate the prison warden, ate the mayor. completely unrelated, but he also destroyed the inn, destroyed the armory, destroyed the jail, and destroyed the castle.

... oddly enough, i enjoyed playing him a lot, even if he was too stupid to talk. the rest of the team called him "the troll paladin", since he saved each teammate's life at least 3 times during that one-shot.

edit: as for impact on my playstyle? i'm currently playing a neutral-good cannibal halfling cleric. so, yeah, saving my team's life and eating problem npc's is still a part of my bag of tricks. so far, i've had 5 anthropophageous characters, one vegetarian, one a true carnivore, and a food snob. i guess i have to make my characters picky eaters. my current dm has a file on me: "stuff guizonde will try to pull." in it are any of my stupid ideas, requests for wacky gear, off-color tactics, and of course character concepts. i think there are some memorable quotes, but i handle that fine by myself according to my friend who's on this forum as a lurker.

among the weirder character concepts is probably a giant rabbit alchemist and international weapons manufacturer and dealer. most broken thing ever with a 200-strong family of engineers and chemists. we call him "granpa bunny". the dm dusts him off on occasion when we need pure, unadulterated, german dakka.

that, or a french foreign legionnaire expy that used to be a vintner. in 40k. the dude was a stereotypical frenchman: xenophobic, chauvinistic, alcoholic, and frighteningly efficient in combat. he once took down a rogue psyker with a vintage bottle of wine because the dm fumbled a willpower check.
raymond the stormtrooper sees the psyker start to freak out. he throws what the team thinks is a grenade. the psyker catches the bottle, pops the cork with his mind, chugs the bottle and keels over in a drunken sleep.

i like my characters to be as "what in the nine hells is guizonde thinking" while also being beneficial to the team. gandpa bunny? despite being over 150 years old is a monster in combat thanks to his leadership skill (and his crafting is a boon to the team), raymond was able to out-damage and out-tank a group of 5 players in 40k (but was next to useless in "talk-heavy" sessions). edward the mad genius was, well... mad, but a dangerously good crafter and machine gunner despite having accidentally committed 3 genocides...

yeah, i'm one of "those" players...

Cicciograna
2019-06-26, 03:37 PM
Gothmog the Dwarf, 2nd Edition dual class Fighter/Cleric of Torm, Strength 18/00, Constitution 19.
He never died, we abandoned the campaign when we moved to 3rd Edition.

SirBellias
2019-06-26, 07:40 PM
My first character was a ranger when I was about 7 and playing with my cousins. It was a mess, and I don't think I played a ranger ever again. So probably :smalltongue:

The Library DM
2019-06-27, 04:11 PM
First character was a human fighter in Holmes D&D, B1 In Search of the Unknown. He died in the first party encounter in the entry hallway. Second character was his brother, also a human fighter, who ran down the hall to join the party, and died in the second party encounter in the same hallway. My third character was their cousin, also a human fighter, who followed the same pattern, running down the hallway and then dying in the third party encounter. But the fourth one was an elf (not a relation), and he stayed up!:smallbiggrin:

How did it influence me? Well, we switched to 1e almost immediately, and it was quite awhile before I ran a human fighter again...:smallwink: Other than that, it taught me as a DM to come up with a more realistic solution to the issue of getting new PCs into an adventure when a PC died mid-session and we wanted to have the controlling player still enjoy the game. (And also that DMing with your own character in the party is a clumsy way to play.)

Malphegor
2019-07-01, 08:21 AM
First ever RP character for me was Taek, a fairy warrior in a teenager-centric forum thingy way back when, whose homeland had been ravaged by humans, and was working to convince the distantly related pixies that they should band together and rise up against the Bigfolk!

Come on, are ye not draconic of wing? I am but butterfly-esque, you are dragonfly-esque, you should be more aggressive!

Unfortunately, I did not read the mood of the thread, and that is how I became the moody grumpy one of what was basically a all-female tiny version of the seven dwarfs, while everyone else just wanted to just serve their Queen and be good little pixies, I was waving banners and screaming "REVOLUTION!".

It was probably mainly because the combat system we were using was confusing as hell (I don't care if it is realistic, when a mouse can seemingly one-hit kill someone but for a deus ex machina, your system is silly) that he didn't actually get killed, plus the person running it was so gentle a soul that I don't think they had it in them to have me executed for causing dissent in the peaceful Pixies.

Game eventually fizzled out. I do wonder if I should dust off that character for something one day, since he ultimately never did anything.

Was a bit edgelordy though, I might need to rework his backstory.

(basically imagine if Razoul, the palace guard from Aladdin, was a tiny fairy with bright blue butterfly wings)

jintoya
2019-07-04, 02:45 PM
Mine was a Dwarf :smallsmile: Named him Gartop, and I believe he died to jungle fever in our third session.

I really, really hope you mean malaria, and not the proclivity for melanin rich partners.

Dwarf walks up to a dark skinned Amazon
Dwarf: "ey there beautiful"
He is immediately decapitated.

(The thought of this cracks me up)

Concrete
2019-07-06, 02:48 PM
Korp the Barbarian, a Pathfinder character.

He started off as the edgiest possible bastard, but ended up a well adjusted young man who breathed his last surrounded by friends, without an ounce of hate left in him. By all means, he should have been the worst, most annoying character, but somehow, he worked.

Samwich
2019-07-06, 03:37 PM
I first got into D&D when my dad read me The Hobbit as a bedtime story when I was 6. So it makes perfect sense that my first character was a halfling thief by the name of Mr. Baggins. Ever since then, more than half of the characters I've played have been rogues and thieves of some type (although admittedly, the sneakiest thing Mr. Baggins ever did was not scream a war cry when he clubbed someone with his magic mace.)

No brains
2019-07-06, 04:05 PM
This is a complicated question because I've played so many crappy little games with no conclusion that I'm not sure who counts.

I'm still waiting on a character who had a 'complete' story, good or ill.

sktarq
2019-07-06, 05:17 PM
and Elf....it was BECMI so Elf was still a class back in the day.

as for influence? well it started my basic concept of ...they are always several ways past the problem and jack-of-all trades preferences. But that is more a personal trait than a DnD one.

False God
2019-07-06, 05:40 PM
My first character was 3.5 Nephelim(sp) Fighter out of the B. & Bloodlines book, basically the half-celestial template stuck on a human. Only saw like 5 sessions of play though.

But yeah, instilled my love of divine fighters, which are some of my favorite classes to play to this day.