Talk:Raistlin Majere (3.5e Deity)
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Interesting concept. I was always impressed with my friend's interpretation of this player character back when the series was still relatively new, and Raistlin was a mortal.
I have two suggestions: first, this page could use just a little more content. I can make a few questions I have for you about this entity, which I will post again later. Second, I would recommend making a statistics block based on the OGL method of creating a deity (such as in Deities and Demigods, which I can help with if you don't know how to use the SRD:Divine Ranks content), and also (after the OGL deity stat is created), I would love to have this character as an Inath Character example as well.
Very cool idea. I would love to help out. Background history and personality description (in paragraph format), Appearance stats, and a list of preferred and arrayed skills (including a working spell list, if possible) would help immensely. If you would like, I can keep an eye on this page as one of my working projects, in case we could come up with a variant stat block for him. -- xido 21:21, 18 November 2007 (MST)
- I purposefully left out the specific story for how he set himself up as a god. I think telling any specific story would deromanticize my Raistlin.
- Also, I just wanted a god of neutrality, and I thought he would be a perfect fit. I just figured that whatever clerics he had would just follow his simple rules, and their powers/spells are listed in the Player's Handbook. In my realm, your specific powers as a mage are derived from which school you specialize in. For example, the Mage's conclave that I have in the realm has different divisions in the 3 alignments, just like in Dragonlance. Its kind of like Congress, except everyone actually works together. Depending on your school of magic, if your a wizard, you are assigned to that division. I could go on, but I will explain more when I create a specific page for my realm. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Mastematt (talk • contribs) 23:42, 20 November 2007 (MDT). Please sign your posts!
- Alright, that's interesting. Works for me. Great idea, and I hope it comes to fruition for you. -- xido 20:07, 21 November 2007 (MST)