Discussion in 'CWC Discussion' started by One Too Many, Jan 31, 2020.
That has do be one desperate DM.
this is why you tell people to use first party material for LGS games like this.
The real question is what would Chris's Vampire: The Masquerade sheet look like?
That's a good point. I mean, Chris's crazy homebrew bullshit will obviously break the game. However, you kind of have to allow it because, well, the crazy bullshit Chris does is what makes him interesting.
i mean there will be dm's who most certainly apply homebrew if it makes a encounter more challenging while keeping balance, or gives the player some quality of life features (like flanking rules) but there is a point where homebrew needs to be reigned in. im sure the party would find it novel maybe even funny/charming in meeting a weird npc like chris's chara, what the party would hate is being outclassed by an npc via overpowered home-brewed bullshit that trivializes the encounters and steals the show from the actual party, thats when it stops being fun for them.
So, on the subject of homebrew, could Chris's homebrew shit really be any worse than the shit on the D&D wiki?
to be honest its probably on par with dnd wiki
If there's a vidya version of D&D, I could imagine Chris getting all prickly wickly if it only lets him enter valid character data.
(Kind of like how space 4X games with custom races woun't let you play as an overpowered "Mary Sue" race.)
there is its called buldur's gate though the characters are sorta premade for you and theres neverwinter
IIRC, the main reason why Chris (and other Sonic OC autists like him) don't like Sonic Forces is because the game would not allow him to make Sonichu the absurdly OP Copyright violation he is supposed to be.
But what if it did? How much tugboat would Chris spend on a special OP Mary Sue Mode DLC?
Shit, how much would the Sonic fandom in general pay for that?
if its anything like what wizards did for you to unlock dragonborn as a playable race in the neverwinter MMO, $80
All the monies.
I know this is an old thread, but I have to wonder what drew Chris to the Cleric class, since it involves answering to a higher power.
Plus, Cleric is often considered a poor class for new players, seeing as you usually need to have some knowledge of the world's lore, as well as having to prepare spells, keep track of spell slots, and choose all of your available spells each day from a massive list. That's probably not a problem for Chris, though. It's not like he has anything better to do than to learn all of the ins and outs of the system at home.
Also, how the hell do you take multiple backgrounds? What the fuck is that supposed to mean about your character's backstory?
I don't really feel bad for the DM, since anyone who would let Chris into their games knows what they're getting into.
I think the troons sat him with cleric because its the safest position. The healer is an important position and therefore gets protected. "just sit in the back and cast cure wounds." But the way he's built? Hell what IS his build?
We don't see any feats, so no selective channeling so his channel energy is going to heal enemies. No meta magic feats. He can't tank because its an unenchanted, mundane chain shirt. he's only doing about 1d6 per round.
Its a character that's amazingly OP and yet super under powered at the same time.
What class would be the best fit to a naive, autistic, "Honor Roll" player with an extreme ego?
It's the perfect summation of Chris's MO: Try to make the most overpowered mary-sue OC ever, and still make very suboptimal crap because you have zero mastery over the system.
A shorter summary is "fail" - "Oversized Drinking Straw of Fail", "Guitar of Fail", "Medallion of Fail", "Jail of Fail"...
A "social interactions 101" class. People like Chris make for horrible TTRPG players.
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