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DnD 4e Party III by hangemhigh13 DnD 4e Party III by hangemhigh13
Yay!! It's been so long that I was unable to find the 'submit' button :(

This is the party I'm currently DM-ing to - an Elven Ranger (Kiara), an Eladrin Rogue (Merielle), an ex-Tiefling Cleric (currently a Brain in a Broken Jar), a Dragonborn Warlord (Luffy) and a Dragonborn Fighter (Balasar). They're a bucket of fun and I'm doing my best to be a fair DM. They've almost beaten the Keep of the Shadowfell module.

:icondikan: was of great help with the women, especially in the design stage. This may be the first time women in fantasy don't have boobs showing and I have to admit that I do kinda' like it.
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weremole Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
I love the silhouettes and shapes that make up these guys. The colors also have this warm faded look that really fits.
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binkibonsai Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2013
I like the way you draw Dragonborn. They actually look like a race I'd wanna play.
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Sage2000 Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2013
Great art.

As a very old DM/player (I still have the AD&D...), I love almost everything about the 4th edition, specially the teamplay work. No "dps races", no glaring imbalances, just relax and enjoy a good story.
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hangemhigh13 Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2013
The fact that you can pick up new classes with relative ease, while having all classes be able to do interesting stuff in combat is awesome. Also there's no real way to build a useless character, unless you do it on purpose. I ended up loving controllers even though I always avoided them in previous editions.

You could still build imbalanced characters, but their maximum damage output is around 15-20% higher from the regulars which, for all the effort put into min-maxing, is not that much. And your roleplaying and adventuring skills plummet.

It's a shame that right around the time the edition started picking up speed they started work on 5e which, up until now, is fairly udnerwhelming.
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Vladimiravich Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013
Can I ask how your warlock ended up as a Brain in a "broken" jar? I am curious because I think its absolutely hilarious! XD
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hangemhigh13 Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2013
He was annoying, bossy, evil and wanted a meaningful way to change the game and be very powerful. So I gave him a "Potion of Great Arcana" which could potentially kill him. It did.

He turned into a Brain in a Broken jar with 5hp, allowing him to Dominate anyone at-will, with the drawback of not being able to move and be at 5hp. So now he can easily turn the tide of any bargain and/or negotiation (with a successful roll) but if he gets obnoxious, he can be stamped upon form his more powerful teammates.
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redwolfradolf Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2013
What an imaginative fix.  I'll have to remember this when dealing with problem players.
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Vladimiravich Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2013
Did he try to take over Winterhaven or strike a deal with Klarel?
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Solx93 Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2012
I was starting to wonder how the Fighter got so close to my Paladin's name (Balanar), but then I remembered where I got that from...
And I started wondering if the Eladrin was the ex-thiefling, but then I read the description in parentece... Made sense.
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hangemhigh13 Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2012
Yeah, when in doubt, consult teh Player's Handbook.
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