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    Barbarian in the Playground
     
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    Default [3.5] Eberron+Planescape

    Hey, I've decided to merge these two cosmologies together and was asking if anyone has tips on how to pull this off.

    So far I've decided
    -Yes the gods are real and known to exist, however it was long ago decided that gods cannot leave their respective domains or directly interfere with the concerns of mortals.
    -Alignment is not too important, for example Onatar will except evil artificers as worshippers, provided they don't exhibit behavior that aligns better with another god.
    -Only people without a patron deity end up in Dolurrh, everyone else end up in their deities' domain. Worshippers of the silver flame merge with the silver flame.

    There are 4 subtypes of outsider
    -Divine: Gods and the lords of a planar race.
    -Planetouched: Basically living things which have been mutated by planar energy. They do need to eat and sleep, they do age (but they usually have extremely long life spans) they can gain class levels and they do need to reproduce sexually. They do leave bodies when they die and can be raised or resurrected.
    -Exemplars: They are made out of the material of their plane. They do not need to eat or sleep and they do not age. They normally cannot gain class levels or reproduce sexually. Their numbers are either static (when one dies another outsider of the same type appears, meaning they do not leave a body and absolutely cannot be raised or resurrected in any way) or dependent upon some other factor not in their direct control. Some of these (usually fiends) find ways to increase their power by having mortal cultists perform dread rituals and they might even create a phylactery to prevent themselves from being replaced.
    -Petitioners: Like Exemplars in most ways, however they were once mortal. While they cannot be raised or resurrected, their mortal bodies can. Whenever a Petitioner dies there is a 50% chance they will loose all their memories, however even if a Petitioner does loose all their memories they regain all of them when they are raised or resurrected.

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    Default [3.5] Eberron+Planecape

    Hey, I've decided to merge these two cosmologies together and was asking if anyone has tips on how to pull this off.

    So far I've decided
    -Yes the gods are real and known to exist, however it was long ago decided that gods cannot leave their respective domains or directly interfere with the concerns of mortals.
    -Alignment is not too important, for example Onatar will except evil artificers as worshippers, provided they don't exhibit behavior that aligns better with another god.
    -Only people without a patron deity end up in Dolurrh, everyone else end up in their deities' domain. Worshippers of the silver flame merge with the silver flame.

    There are 4 subtypes of outsider
    -Divine: Gods and the lords of a planar race.
    -Planetouched: Basically living things which have been mutated by planar energy. They do need to eat and sleep, they do age (but they usually have extremely long life spans) they can gain class levels and they do need to reproduce sexually. They do leave bodies when they die and can be raised or resurrected.
    -Exemplars: They are made out of the material of their plane. They do not need to eat or sleep and they do not age. They normally cannot gain class levels or reproduce sexually. Their numbers are either static (when one dies another outsider of the same type appears, meaning they do not leave a body and absolutely cannot be raised or resurrected in any way) or dependent upon some other factor not in their direct control. Some of these (usually fiends) find ways to increase their power by having mortal cultists perform dread rituals and they might even create a phylactery to prevent themselves from being replaced.
    -Petitioners: Like Exemplars in most ways, however they were once mortal. While they cannot be raised or resurrected, their mortal bodies can. Whenever a Petitioner dies there is a 50% chance they will loose all their memories, however even if a Petitioner does loose all their memories they regain all of them when they are raised or resurrected.

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    Default [3.5] Eberron+Planecape

    Hey, I've decided to merge these two cosmologies together and was asking if anyone has tips on how to pull this off.

    So far I've decided
    -Yes the gods are real and known to exist, however it was long ago decided that gods cannot leave their respective domains or directly interfere with the concerns of mortals.
    -Alignment is not too important, for example Onatar will except evil artificers as worshippers, provided they don't exhibit behavior that aligns better with another god.
    -Only people without a patron deity end up in Dolurrh, everyone else end up in their deities' domain. Worshippers of the silver flame merge with the silver flame.

    There are 4 subtypes of outsider
    -Divine: Gods and the lords of a planar race.
    -Planetouched: Basically living things which have been mutated by planar energy. They do need to eat and sleep, they do age (but they usually have extremely long life spans) they can gain class levels and they do need to reproduce sexually. They do leave bodies when they die and can be raised or resurrected.
    -Exemplars: They are made out of the material of their plane. They do not need to eat or sleep and they do not age. They normally cannot gain class levels or reproduce sexually. Their numbers are either static (when one dies another outsider of the same type appears, meaning they do not leave a body and absolutely cannot be raised or resurrected in any way) or dependent upon some other factor not in their direct control. Some of these (usually fiends) find ways to increase their power by having mortal cultists perform dread rituals and they might even create a phylactery to prevent themselves from being replaced.
    -Petitioners: Like Exemplars in most ways, however they were once mortal. While they cannot be raised or resurrected, their mortal bodies can. Whenever a Petitioner dies there is a 50% chance they will loose all their memories, however even if a Petitioner does loose all their memories they regain all of them when they are raised or resurrected.

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    Default Re: [3.5] Eberron+Planescape

    Sheriff of Moddingham: Stop making new threads of the exact same thing. If no one wants to discuss this, that's up to them. Repeatedly posting the exact same thing is spammy.
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