Discussion:Need help with level 35 non caster non frenzy
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So my group is doing an epic campaign We already have two bashers and a spellcaster. The spellcaster is op in his own rights and the frenzy beserkers are also pretty broken. I would like to bring something a little different to the table and I am not fluent enough with flipping through my many sourcebooks. Our campaign is level 35 and our dm is giving us divine ranks (in his own way not the dieties and demigods rulings). As I said I would like to bring something different to the table but that is also able to stand up to what they are running.
Marasmusine (talk) 00:25, 24 December 2013 (MST)
Does it have to be a monster, though? No matter how epic you are at combat, that doesn't help you with a moral quandary. See if the players can be forced to choose between two equally undesirable options, perhaps engineered by someone who isn't even very high level (but somehow holds all the cards so the players can't just kill him/her outright). This is easier to do if there are people or places in the campaign that they care about, and if the players care about storytelling.
If combat encounters are all that matters, then you've got some pretty far-out monsters Epic Bestiary by Eternity Publishing. At CR 35 you've got a 28 ft. tall mercury sentinel which is immune to spells, has infinite regeneration, has permament haste, can sever your player's limbs, and of course causes mercury poisoning. Marasmusine (talk) 00:25, 24 December 2013 (MST)
- hey Marasmusine i think he was asking what kind of PC he should be so as not to be redundant in the group. to answer that it depends on what kind of spellcaster. if the other guy can't heal then a cleric would be welcomed. at the same time no group should ever be without some kind of trap disarmer. the meatshields cant survive all the traps. being a rogue would be nice for the team. in fact at level 35 why not take 20 rogue and 15 cleric.Mordred the dark (talk) 19:44, 13 October 2014 (MDT)