User talk:MakerCaker

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--GamerAim (talk) 07:01, 3 July 2017 (MDT)[edit]

Supernaturalist (3.5e Class) ranger archetype.

I'll try to have it done in a few weeks MakerCaker (talk)

It's done! MakerCaker (talk)

"hello redd the rage here and im trying to make a class called "GEAR SAILOR " and the weapon I wanted to equip the class with is something I have called T-BONE a small air gun that fires a small retractable metal spike with a rope attached to it, connecting to the gun is a small back pack mounted mechanism that retracts the rope back to the gun. their by acting like a portable reusable harpoon gun, some one from chat room sent me here to get help making this work fairly and so im here, and know i ask do you know how to make T-BONE work in d and d?ReddtheRage (talk) 14:11, 28 July 2017 (MDT)

I will try. -MakerCaker

thank you, what I have already is the T-BONE has a range of 15 feet and does 2d6 piercing damage as it base damage other than that i don’t know how to make it work were you pull the enimmies to the user and i don’t know how to add proficient modifier to this weapon ReddtheRage (talk) 21:06, 28 July 2017 (MDT)

I'm done. It is here. I made some edits. I hope you don't mind.

You told me I could do this.[edit]

Could you make "fume ultra great sword" from dark souls 3. The stats for the weapon you can probably find online, all you would have to do is convert the stats to fit a d&d weapon, hopefully.

Sure! -MakerCaker

It's done! It is here.

hey reddtherage here again this time i need help with a weapon of mine the wheel-lock carbine, this mass produced military flintlock rifle uses a fishing rod wheel mechanism to hold powder and bullets for up to 4 shots, i was thinking of damage of a d20 and a d10 because i want its max base damage to be 30, but im not sure, one of the reasons why the WLC (wheel-lock- carbine) does not do a whole lot of damage is because its designed to give a troop more than one shot and to be accurate up to 30 feet... as for downsides because it is technically a flint lock that means it has a chance to miss fire (follwoing matt mercers gun slinger guide for miss fire ) every shot you must roll a d10 if you get above the missfire number (which the WLC is a 5) the gun does not missfire.

as for the other down side the WLC stores more powder in the gun than a standered flintlock and a stay shot can set of the powder while in the carbine .

as for weight full loaded weighs 9.5 pounds- thoughts? ReddtheRage (talk) 09:32, 23 August 2017 (MDT)

Done! Sorry I took so long. It is here.

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