I have a build I would love to try out a concept based from a couple of templates in the Green ronin Advanced Bestiary book - Creature Swarm and Force Creature, Ardent/Cognition thief and Vermin Lord from the book of vile darkness.
I don't mind if this is a solo game or involves a lot of players. It will need to be at least a level 23 Gestalt or "Tristalt" to pull this shenanigans off. Tristalt works the best.
It should be of a stupid power level and potentially world-breaking builds should be fine. Expect the game to devolve into crazy absurdity rather quickly.
Really just for trying out crazy builds and concepts. Very much more of a roll playing than role playing game. Though real rping is fine as well.
No immediately infinite combos or punpun's though.
Any alignment(s) - must allow chaotic evil though, any motives. Whatever. I am good. So long as my idea works.
I would be entirely fine if this was a divine game using divine rankings. But it is not required.
So yeah knock yourself out with crazy stuff and I welcome any GM mad enough to run this.
Just one of those guys vs girls things. Guys like giant, fighting robots that shoot lazerz out their eyes while girls like pretty jewelry that sparkle in the moonlight after having a romantic interlude with a charming gentleman.
I'd love to use my fallen 30-ish tristalt on this one if we ever find a DM. If Mind Mage is alright, that is. Of course, I tend to stick with Mystra-sucking builds if the DM decides to fill his world with dead-magic spots.
Otherwise, I might just try some cool homebrews around here, particularly those who utilizes either Incarnum, ToB or Psionics.
First, I'm impressed that this topic went so far off topic that it ended up back at The Order of the Stick.
Originally Posted by The Giant
Second, the whole "blue text" thing is not a forum rule or even a recommended procedure. If someone wants to do it in their own posts, fine, but everyone should stop telling people that they "need to" or "should have" posted in blue just because they're being sarcastic/ironic/whatever.
I'm in. Got half a dozen ideas for a character of this power level. Fallen Paladins, wannabe gods, I'll see what the DM's like. The higher the level the more fun it'll get, really. Especially with a homebrew-friendly DM *hopeful face*
To avoid harming the sanity of the DM I can no longer:
* Cast flesh to stone on a annoying Druid
** Cast Rock to mud on a Druid statue
*** Scoop mud into little ceramic pots
**** Plant tree's in individual ceramic pots
***** Claim that I have helped them become one with nature
Originally Posted by Chilingsworth
Congrats, you made me laugh hard enough to draw my family's attention.
urge to make a Gramarist/artificer(maybe psionic?, or perhapce just a wizard)/tinkerer
the plan would be a super duper maker... a god of construction. it would function using the gramerist to do big things, the tinker to do personal things(like equipment and personal combat), and the artificer(or wizard) to cover actual magic.
Avatar by Szilard, thank you sir for the fine work!
Interested in making something like a godbeast similar to massive monsters like the good ol' Tarrasque.
Spoiler: A quote
Originally Posted by Doxkid
Avalon: "The words on this page says it one-shots the encounters. All the encounters. Forever.
That is literally the only class feature."
Shady: "Yeah. It's slightly weaker than my build."
Avalon: "...Your build is just 'Yes.' written in nearly every category of your sheet. Your backstory is a series of links to TO builds. Your character's name is all of those names listed side by side."
Well, it is an insane amount of work for the DM. The way these things go, you often need to read 1-3 homebrew classes per player, find any way of even remotely guessing their power level, provide some kind of challenge for them, which is insanely hard even in normal epic, find a world that someone with such an insane power level can meaningfully interact with, and then watch the game burn out and die in a week.
That said, if we can find one, I'll join the chorus of people who want to try Gramarists. Gramarist/Artificer/Xenoalchemist, maybe, for a double dose of Kellusian awesome.