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  • Main Page

    Players: As a courtesy to me, please read the contents of the following link, so that I may share with you my thought processes and design notes on the Campaign: [[Campaign Information for Players]] Please refer to the following sections for …

  • Campaign Information for Players

    p. *Dungeon Master's Thoughts (Designers Notes)* p. I like for my games to be a completely unique and immersive experience for everyone in it, including me, the Dungeon Master. It's my opinion that if the Players get to run characters that they …

  • History of Phlan

    p. *A HISTORY OF PHLAN AND THE MOONSEA REACHES A Discourse on This Area and its Problems by Jeff Grub* p. To most inhabitants of the lands of the Inner Sea, the Moonsea and its cities …

  • Character Creation

    Prior to beginning any character creation, I feel it may be important for Players to read the following, if they have not already done so: p. [[Campaign Information for Players | Campaign Information for Players]] p. [[Pool of Radiance Character …

  • Combat Rule Modifications

    The basic information for Combat may be found here. To cut down on clutter, some links to related pages have been made. To read my personal dissertation of Combat and how it converts over to gaming, click the following: [[Designer's Notes on Combat …

  • Spell Rule Modifications

    h3. Spell Rule Basics *Spell Points* _-Spells are no longer memorized using a particular number of spells/spell level per day. Instead, the character receives a pool of Class Spell Points (sometimes called mana in other systems) to spend until able …

  • Armor Rule Modifications

    h3. Armor and Shields These are advanced rules for armor. The following link is for a simplified version of the armor rules: [[Simplified Armor Rules | Simplified Armor Rules]] Definition for Cuirass: Armor that typically covers the chest & …

  • Character Detail Template

    *Character Name:* *Name of Workplace:* *Character Occupation:* *Position in Occupation:* *STR:* *DEX:* *CON:* *INT:* *WIS:* *CHA:* *Race:* *Sex:* *Height & Build:* *Hair, Eyes & Face:* *Appearance & Dress:* *Style:* *Social Class:* …

  • Weapon Rule Modifications

    Many of the weapons have various sizes and weights, although they may sometimes share the same root names. This represents the multitudes of the varieties of the same weapons, and the preferences of those who use them. For example, two fighters may both …

  • Pool of Radiance Character Examples and Suggestions

    p. *Humanoids and other unusual creatures* p. Phlan is an excellent place for many very diverse character choices. Various monstrous humanoids wander freely throughout a greater portion of the city, outside the stockaded community. In some rare cases, …

  • The City of Phlan

    For maps and information about the countries, kingdoms, cities, factions, and organizations, near Phlan, known as the Moonsea Reaches and the Wilderness surrounding Phlan, please go to the following: [[Moonsea Reaches | Moonsea Reaches]] [[Phlan and …

  • Dungeons and Dragons Rules and Modifications

    These links may also be found on the [[Main Page | Main Wiki Page]], by clicking on the tab marked "Wiki". [[Character Creation | Character Creation]] [[Race Rule Modifications | Race Rule Modifications]] [[Class Rule Modifications | Class Rule …

  • Number of Attacks Per Round

    The Base Attack Bonus and Weapon Speed/Delay yield how many attacks or actions a Character receives in a 10 second Melee Round. -Weaponless attacks and General Actions use Weapon Speed "Very Quick" for Medium & Small creatures, "Quick" for Large, " …

  • Two Weapon Fighting

    _-Characters with NO specific training in handling two weapons at once:_ 1) Deliver *one* attack per round with the secondary weapon. 2) Attack is at HALF *Base Attack Bonus (BAB)* with the secondary weapon. 3) Attack is at HALF *Strength and …

  • Character Detail Template Backup

    *Character Name:* *Name of Workplace:* *Character Occupation:* *Position in Occupation:* *STR:* *DEX:* *CON:* *INT:* *WIS:* *CHA:* *Race:* *Sex:* *Height & Build:* *Hair, Eyes & Face:* *Appearance & Dress:* *Style:* *Social Class:* …

  • Default Initiative Chart

    The following optional chart shows what segments, of a ten second Melee Round, that attacks/actions would take place, if not rolling for initiatives. p=. *Segment* |*# of*|*1*|*2*|*3*|*4*|*5*|*6*|*7*|*8*|*9*|*10*| |*Attacks*||||||||||| |*1 …

  • Spell List Change Information

    This area lists spells and any noted changes to them. The lists may expand over time, even as the game is played. [[Bard Spell Changes | Bard Spell Changes]] [[Cleric Spell Changes | Cleric Spell Changes]] [[Druid Spell Changes | Druid Spell …

  • Initiative

    h3. Initiative *Weapon Initiative and Weaponless Initiative* _-Determined by rolling an unmodified d10 for every attack that can be made during the round, or by using the optional Default Initiative Chart._ _-The result represents the segment that …

  • Locked in Combat

    _- If an attacker and defender rolls tie, they are "Locked in Combat" (or a similar situation) and may be entitled to another free attack in the upcoming segments. *Maintaining the Lock* _-If the attacker wishes to maintain the Lock, the NEXT …

  • Movement

    _The movement system has been completely changed._ _-Movement takes place *every* segment, and every creature that wishes to move, may do so._ _Although movement is taking place simultaneously across the board, the Dungeon Master may optionally set up …

  • Charging and Rushing

    _-This section describes Charging, its benefits, drawbacks, and what takes place. Some information here is redundant, but restated here to keep all of the Charging information together: Charging and Rushing take place often during combat. In the game …

  • Designer's Notes on Combat

    *Designer's Notes: Combat,Parrying & Dodging:* If one were to make an examination of combat rules and how they represent some reality or logic of a combat situation, one can see approximately where the numbers all fit together. That's what our games …

  • Simplified Armor Rules

    h3. Armor and Shields -To simplify the armor rules even more, the Dungeon Master may optionally eliminate Defense Class Penalties and Check Penalties, while Arcane Spell Failure should remain the same. |*-Armor*|Cost|Damage Reduction|Defense Class …

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