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11-20-1997, 05:48 PM #1Glenn RobbGuest
I was looking in my copy of the Rolemaster Companion IV, and I noticed
something that is totally impossible to roll (unless you are extremely
lucky!). According to this table, it's a Background generation table.
At a roll of 200+, a character becomes deified. Now, is there anyone on
this list has a group of players where one is in danger of becoming
deified (and thus kicked out of the World System, and by consquence, out
of the game)?
=97 Elton Robb
11-21-1997, 07:12 AM #2Harri KemppainenGuest
On Thu, 20 Nov 1997, Glenn Robb wrote:
> I was looking in my copy of the Rolemaster Companion IV, and I noticed
> At a roll of 200+, a character becomes deified. Now, is there anyone on
> this list has a group of players where one is in danger of becoming
> deified (and thus kicked out of the World System, and by consquence, out
> of the game)?
Year's ago I bought WotC's Primal Order, which contains rules how to
become a god and how to play gods. I allways thought that AD&D would be
ideal for springboard to godhood. I would have made maybe 15th level
characters and by 20th level they would have been ascended as godlings, to
lowest rank of gods. For years we didn't play AD&D until birthright.
Now characters are 7-8th level so there is a long wait until 20th level...
With Primal Order players could still effect and play in same world but in
different scale and way.
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