[OOC] Tavern Talk #1.   Posted by Dungeon Master.Group: 0
Dungeon Master
 GM, 17 posts
Sat 20 Apr 2019
at 19:32
[OOC] Tavern Talk #1
The Griffon and the Anvil is huge, bright and welcoming, and slightly grubby. Behind the counter is who you would assume to be the bartender, a reasonably tall human who is currently zoned out staring at a wall. There are several large stone tables.  There's a reasonable amount of customers in the inn. The barmaid is happily walking back and forth from the kitchen, taking out plates as they are delivered. She is reasonably attractive human girl and seems to be making great tips.
Dungeon Master
 GM, 18 posts
Sun 21 Apr 2019
at 16:57
[OOC] Tavern Talk #1
Please note that I just made some minor changes in character creation rules.  The latest changes are marked in green.
Cledwyn
 player, 1 post
Mon 22 Apr 2019
at 04:20
[OOC] Tavern Talk #1
Hi all!

Cledwyn is a force recon type character with ranger/fighter/warmage level.

DM - can I clarify my understanding of the Starting equipment rules? Starting Equipment:
  • Do we have to buy the 5 magic items from our 18,000 gp and you're stating that 5 is the max magic we can have to start?
    Or are they in addition to the 18k?
  • For mounts do we have just the PHB options available?

Dungeon Master
 GM, 19 posts
Mon 22 Apr 2019
at 04:36
[OOC] Tavern Talk #1
The 18,000 gp is used to buy all of your equipment, including the upto 5 magic items that you start with.

As for mounts, you can look in any allowed book, not just the PHB.  Everything is subject to DM approval, of course.

This message was last edited by the GM at 04:37, Mon 22 Apr 2019.

Taurig
 player, 1 post
Mon 22 Apr 2019
at 04:37
[OOC] Tavern Talk #1
Hello to you, too! Sir Taurig is a minotaur who was knighted during the war; a tower of steel and thews. Honorable but dumb as an ox.
Obearon 'Flowing Fang'
 player, 1 post
Mon 22 Apr 2019
at 05:49
[OOC] Tavern Talk #1
Hi! :D  As both a druid and a monk, Obearon is flexible role-wise, but is still probably best suited to helping out at the front or chasing down pesky back-liners.