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A Guide to My Crazy Page
Macrosia is a setting I've been working on recently and has been what mostly inhabits my userpage. It is inspired by the series of my childhood, Redwall, and other books like The Tale of Desperaux, Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of Nimh, Mouse Guard, and Watership Down. All of these stories are about small animals, often rodents(but in Watership it's rabbits) who fight, explore, and defend bravely. They have to survive against a world much larger than they are and their trials and tribulations are fascinating to me. Sometimes they live in a world with or without the influence of people. My ambition is to create a world without any influence of humans, only animals and some strange creatures. I intend to compile all these things, the world, monsters, some alternate rules(including for some alchemy), and possibly player options into a book I will probably put up somewhere for free, but that's a long way off...
One of my favorite things to do is create player options, subclasses, feats. When I have a half-baked idea, I try to throw things against the wall here and see what sticks. Don't expect any semblance of balance or completion on any of the things I have. If something is complete to my liking and not included in another project I have going, I will make it into an actual page on the wiki.
I love making player options, especially subclasses and when I get bored I look to see what I can rescue from the abandoned page. I know 5e like the back of my hand and have played a bit of 2e. I have a profound love for nature and natural brews and a strange obsession with stored magics, whether they be runes, alchemy, herbalism, you name it, if it holds magic, I love it!