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The Campaign: Crypt

February 18, 2019 by Tim


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foducool
foducool
2 years ago

at least he’s somewhat useful lmao

Richard
Richard
2 years ago

Lol thank you for this. I feel comfort that its not just my group that tries to make recreations of fictional characters and completely forget to make them actually useful.

Robert Loughrey
Robert Loughrey
2 years ago
Reply to  Richard

His major problem is that he selected the “dark knight” class. Batman should properly be a CG thief/monk, at least if you want to behave like batman in combat.

Okotari
Okotari
2 years ago

To be honest, 4th edition once had a prestige class, grey knigth, that was *perfect* for making batman. It was a paladin but his possible magic included things like putting enemies to sleep, pulling them close, inmobilizing, etc. and it wasnt hard to RP them being gadgets. Sadly, D&D 4th edition was… terrible.

Devin
Devin
2 years ago
Reply to  Okotari

DnD 4th edition dared to have a different combat system and everyone went nuts about it. The combat portion of the game was pretty good, though the rest suffered. Would have made a great tactical turn based video game.

Penn
Penn
2 years ago
Reply to  Devin

4th Edition was a great tactical cooperative combat game, seriously the best on the market to date that I’ve seen. Oh, and there were some hints at an RPG attached.

raven0ak
raven0ak
2 years ago
Reply to  Penn

4th ed was made for videogames purpose, not for tabletop and it shows

Kevin
Kevin
2 years ago
Reply to  Okotari

I’m suddenly thinking of 3.5’s gray guard being Bruce Wayne from Batman Beyond:

“I can’t believe I was ever that green. THIS is how you interrogate someone!”

GeorgeV
GeorgeV
2 years ago

I approve of the shape of that knife.

foducool
foducool
2 years ago
Reply to  GeorgeV

had to look at your comment to figure out that it is, really, bat shaped XD

Paddy
Paddy
2 years ago

Let’s see how long his Charisma keeps him alive.

I wonder if he keeps his Intimidate bonus in the event that they turn him into another Wight. Could make for an entertainining miniboss for the party to immolate.

Ashi
Ashi
2 years ago
Reply to  Paddy

Can you really intimidate something that’s already dead?

matt
matt
2 years ago
Reply to  Ashi

you can kill something that’s already dead… so why not?

Gonfrask
Gonfrask
2 years ago

Wait…the knife should be bat shaped…donΒ΄t it?

Novus
Novus
2 years ago
Reply to  Gonfrask

It is, the blunt instrument, not the animal.

Apgar
Apgar
2 years ago
Reply to  Gonfrask

It is bat shaped. Baseball bat shaped…

GeorgeV
GeorgeV
2 years ago
Reply to  Gonfrask

And it is!

Cyrad
Cyrad
2 years ago

A shame this version of Pathfinder they’re playing doesn’t have the vigilante class, the actual official class for playing a Batman-like character.

On the other hand, I think Player One still wouldn’t play or build the character correctly.

tiamatt
tiamatt
2 years ago

Eh…maybe he’ll be lucky and his armor class will be high enough/the wights roll low enough so he’s survives. Unless he somehow screwed up putting on his armor too…

Urazz
Urazz
2 years ago
Reply to  tiamatt

Doubt it. Medieval plate armor generally tends to be too bulky to look like Batman properly so he probably downgraded to a lower tier of armor to look more like Batman. I’m thinking chain mail or leather so he’s probably going to be dead after this.

MightyThor34
MightyThor34
2 years ago

It took me a moment to realize why his bat shaped knife looked like that.

MightyThor34
MightyThor34
2 years ago
Reply to  MightyThor34

Had to look up the whole resplendent power thing for the Knight in pathfinder, that apparently is a textbook ruling not just a way to mess with Player 1.

raven0ak
raven0ak
2 years ago
Reply to  MightyThor34

well, you can bat a bat with bat πŸ™‚

Andrew
Andrew
2 years ago

THANK YOU TIM!
Made an order oct. 30 and today I picked up my package, that was sent from Australia to Sweden.
https://imgur.com/a/QGpWIwM

Tim
Tim
2 years ago
Reply to  Tim

Received mine a few days ago. It was a long wait, but boy, was it worth it! Can’t dig into it just yet, since I’m in the middle of getting into my new house, but in a few weeks I’ll restart my journey (again) through all these years of CAD :).

From what I can see, it is a top notch quality product and no harm was done to it during the 3.5 months journey.

Thanks again, Tim, for what you do daily and for making it possible to send these to Europe.

raven0ak
raven0ak
2 years ago
Reply to  Tim

got mine last week

Gillian
Gillian
2 years ago

Abselutely hilarious, brilliant work Tim!

DannyboyO1
DannyboyO1
2 years ago

So, if he dies and they turn him, do we get to see the rise of the wight knight?

Kenju
Kenju
2 years ago
Reply to  DannyboyO1

*falls out of chair laughing* Winner!

ReyMonoArdilla
ReyMonoArdilla
2 years ago

That knife doesn’t look bat-sha… oh.

Hunter
Hunter
2 years ago

And thus ends the (short) journey of Yoff…

Troy
Troy
2 years ago

I’m liking the continuity of “nostrilseeker” still living up to its name.

James
James
2 years ago
Reply to  Troy

I wondered for a moment if i was the only one who noticed that. Amazing work Tim!

mandoschMUh
mandoschMUh
2 years ago

This is just amazing πŸ˜€ I’m wondering which character P1 will come up with next.

Bachenaugen
Bachenaugen
2 years ago

Should have been a Knight Errant. That way, Blue could have made up his own vows/edicts that fits his custom order… as long as the GM approves first, of course.

Biff Tannen
Biff Tannen
2 years ago

There was a vigilante prestige class for 3.5 that would have worked well.
Man I missed the campaign arc.

Ambaryerno
Ambaryerno
2 years ago

I dunno, this sounds like the DM pulling a deliberate “FU” against the character.