Re: The Party Powerhouse Problem
From the sounds of it, you've got two characters feeding most of their wealth into buffing up a third character. That that third character has now become considerably more powerful is only a logical consequence.
If the players have a problem, it's their own fault. Logical answers are
Short-term: the players consider selling off some of the loot they've overclocked their friend with.
Long-term: Put up with it for the moment, but give the Lizard a significantly reduced share of treasure so that the others can catch up in terms of wealth worn.
If the players don't have a problem, I'd go with the option of throwing one big 'un and a group of minions at the players, so all characters have something they can reasonably face off against.
78% of all DM's start their first campaign in a tavern. If you're among the 22% who didn't, copy and paste this into your signature and tell us where you DID begin.
The docks of a small fishing village. One of the character's nearly drown trying to catch a fish barehanded.
Originally Posted by navar100
What the DM says goes. If he says enough stupid stuff, the players go too.