Looking for players.
Normal playing times; 2AM Sundays
Copyright Chris Angelico and Neal Brofee 2013-2017. CC-BY-SA.
This campaign uses the Dungeons and Dragons 3.5th Edition rules. Unless explicitly permitted by the Dungeon Master, races, classes, skills, feats, abilities, etc from supplements are not in use. To the greatest extent practical, all departures from the core rules will be mentioned in this document, and will be rare.
An isolated island far from other civilisation is governed by a Clerics Guild. Their rules govern all use of divine magic, and the sheer number of rules means that regular citizens invariably depend on the glossy brochures to guide their lives. (And yes, they actually are glossy; official publications are enchanted for indelibility with a spell that makes them shiny, and if you hold them to the light, the Guild's symbol can be seen.)
The following fantasy weapons are disallowed because I think they are ridiculous: orc double axe, two-bladed sword, gnome-hooked hammer, dire flail, and spiked chain.
Do not rely on anything that you may have read in the Monster Manual, or other core books, about the stats or abilities of monsters or NPCs. I tailor monsters and NPCs to the campaign and storyline. I will alter their stats and abilities without any warning to players.
Players are trusted to accurately maintain their characters' record sheets. You may use either Google Docs/Drive or the Minstrel Hall + Gypsum inbuilt character sheet; the latter is preferred but you need to use Gypsum to use it.
Player characters may take the Leadership feat and thus be entitled to a cohort. Cohorts are welcome party members, but as this facility can be quite powerful and yet slow the game down significantly, it is subject to restrictions.
Followers are not subject to these restrictions, but (and because) they are not going to take part in combat. They will do errands, serve as shopkeepers, etc, but will generally not have a major part in the actual sessions.
This document is Copyright 2013-2017 Chris Angelico and Neal Brofee, and is released under the terms of CC-BY-SA: feel free to copy this document and adapt it for your own campaign, just be sure to acknowledge prior authors, maintain the copyright notice, and help to keep the internet free! http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/
For further information, contact the DM in-game.