Bramble Butterfoot, Halfling Ranger Level 1
Calix, Human Cleric Level 1
Sarhan Soth, Gnome Thief Level 1
Rathman, Elf Magic-User Level 1
Gault, Human Fighter 1
Gault, Human Fighter Level 1
Alignment: Guardedly Neutral. Hit Points: 24/24 Body Points: 20/20 Experience Points: 5 Experience Base: 20
Stats: STR 16 (+2); DEX 13 (+1); MIND 11; CHA 13 (+1)
Saves: FORT +8; REFLEX +5 WILL +4; PRESENCE +5
Armor Class 15 (heavy shield, leather armor, dex bonus); Throwing Axe +3 to hit, 1d6+1 dmg; Spear +4 to hit, 1d6+3 dmg
Current Money: 5gp
Wednesday, January 11, 2012
Markelhay has never fought gnolls; this is the first time in recent memory that the hyena-beastmen have ventured this far from their territory in the plains to the east. Goblins and hobgoblins are all he has experience fighting against.
There is a smaller-sized chainmail shirt that is found for Bramble.
Morning comes too soon, and with dawn, an ill omen: black smoke rising into the sky some ways north of Fallcrest. There is a small cluster of farms and a tiny village called Holwood on the main road but a league north of town...
Markelhay is awake and has mustered a small group of the town guard, six men in all. "There you are," he says as you all approach the gate. "I fear the worst. These men will accompany you as far as the village Holwood." The men have dark looks on their faces.
OOC: I will be able to update your character info above this evening when I get home from work. Thank you all for your patience, I know this is slow moving.
Monday, January 2, 2012
During our first combat session, there was a fair bit of confusion over locations of certain monsters and heroes in relation to each other. So, I have a couple of possible remedies to the situation.
First is to use actual miniatures along with a battle mat and/or D&D Dungeon Tiles. I don't have a lot in the way of terrain/scenery but I have enough to make it work. I would simply take pictures and post them to the blog. I have miniatures for each of your characters and more than enough monsters.
The second option is to use my Battle Mat iPhone App to build maps and post images from the app to the blog. This may be a bit more precise for our purposes, but the app has a limited number of actual images for use as characters and monsters.
Thoughts, anyone? I'm leaning towards pictures of actual minis on a tabletop, personally.