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Re: Slave costs, what book?
« Reply #20 on: January 27, 2010, 02:07:59 AM »
I know major thread necrocy here on my part but check out kismets homebrew slavecosts page Here  http://www.kismetrose.com/dnd/MySlaveCosts.html from her own campaign world and its useful

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Re: Slave costs, what book?
« Reply #21 on: February 06, 2010, 03:39:37 PM »
I know major thread necrocy here on my part but check out kismets homebrew slavecosts page Here  http://www.kismetrose.com/dnd/MySlaveCosts.html from her own campaign world and its useful
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that I know of, there are no official rules for a slave-economy.  however, here's someone's site that has something worked-out: http://www.kismetrose.com/dnd/MySlaveCosts.html

Edit: This is my 777th post. And it happens to be in slavery, woot.
Tiers explained in 8 sentences. With examples!
[spoiler]Tiers break down into who has spellcasting more than anything else due to spells being better than anything else in the game.
6: Skill based. Commoner, Expert, Samurai.
5: Mundane warrior. Barbarian, Fighter, Monk.
4: Partial casters. Adapt, Hexblade, Paladin, Ranger, Spelltheif.
3: Focused casters. Bard, Beguiler, Dread Necromancer, Martial Adapts, Warmage.
2: Full casters. Favored Soul, Psion, Sorcerer, Wu Jen.
1: Elitists. Artificer, Cleric, Druid, Wizard.
0: Gods. StP Erudite, Illthid Savant, Pun-Pun, Rocks fall & you die.
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Re: Slave costs, what book?
« Reply #22 on: February 06, 2010, 08:05:43 PM »
I know major thread necrocy here on my part but check out kismets homebrew slavecosts page Here  http://www.kismetrose.com/dnd/MySlaveCosts.html from her own campaign world and its useful
...

Post #2
that I know of, there are no official rules for a slave-economy.  however, here's someone's site that has something worked-out: http://www.kismetrose.com/dnd/MySlaveCosts.html

Edit: This is my 777th post. And it happens to be in slavery, woot.
And If I'm not mistaken, your avatar is a BDSM symbol.
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Re: Slave costs, what book?
« Reply #23 on: February 07, 2010, 01:18:54 AM »
I know major thread necrocy here on my part but check out kismets homebrew slavecosts page Here  http://www.kismetrose.com/dnd/MySlaveCosts.html from her own campaign world and its useful
...

Post #2
that I know of, there are no official rules for a slave-economy.  however, here's someone's site that has something worked-out: http://www.kismetrose.com/dnd/MySlaveCosts.html

Edit: This is my 777th post. And it happens to be in slavery, woot.
And If I'm not mistaken, your avatar is a BDSM symbol.
wrong thread :P

[spoiler]
If you stop ignoring 289 pages telling what the intent is to stretch "more power" in your own god complexion of your interpretation trumps all to cover ability adjustments from aging then I will ignore a quarter page of rules that exist within a sidebar.
I think in this case the grammar is less important than whether the Str and Dex bonus provided to your created undead scales.

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Re: Slave costs, what book?
« Reply #24 on: February 16, 2010, 11:51:35 PM »
Take the cost of hireing them one day and multiply it by 100 (the standard for an infinite use version of a single use item).

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Re: Slave costs, what book?
« Reply #25 on: March 03, 2010, 07:23:15 PM »
Quote from: My self, from the future!
Quote from: wotmaniac's next post?
Quote from: My post that is in the present
I know major thread necrocy here on my part but check out kismets homebrew slavecosts page Here  http://www.kismetrose.com/dnd/MySlaveCosts.html from her own campaign world and its useful
...

Post #2
that I know of, there are no official rules for a slave-economy.  however, here's someone's site that has something worked-out: http://www.kismetrose.com/dnd/MySlaveCosts.html


Edit: This is my 777th post. And it happens to be in slavery, woot.
And If I'm not mistaken, your avatar is a BDSM symbol.
wrong thread :P
See Here
wrong thread :P
I know but I felt like answering in here :)

Also, possibly NSFW (but yet only PG)
[spoiler]

[/spoiler]

Tiers explained in 8 sentences. With examples!
[spoiler]Tiers break down into who has spellcasting more than anything else due to spells being better than anything else in the game.
6: Skill based. Commoner, Expert, Samurai.
5: Mundane warrior. Barbarian, Fighter, Monk.
4: Partial casters. Adapt, Hexblade, Paladin, Ranger, Spelltheif.
3: Focused casters. Bard, Beguiler, Dread Necromancer, Martial Adapts, Warmage.
2: Full casters. Favored Soul, Psion, Sorcerer, Wu Jen.
1: Elitists. Artificer, Cleric, Druid, Wizard.
0: Gods. StP Erudite, Illthid Savant, Pun-Pun, Rocks fall & you die.
[/spoiler]

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Re: Slave costs, what book?
« Reply #26 on: March 03, 2010, 09:02:33 PM »
Quote from: My self, from the future!
Quote from: wotmaniac's next post?
Quote from: My post that is in the present
I know major thread necrocy here on my part but check out kismets homebrew slavecosts page Here  http://www.kismetrose.com/dnd/MySlaveCosts.html from her own campaign world and its useful
...

Post #2
that I know of, there are no official rules for a slave-economy.  however, here's someone's site that has something worked-out: http://www.kismetrose.com/dnd/MySlaveCosts.html


Edit: This is my 777th post. And it happens to be in slavery, woot.
And If I'm not mistaken, your avatar is a BDSM symbol.
wrong thread :P
See Here
wrong thread :P
I know but I felt like answering in here :)

Also, possibly NSFW (but yet only PG)
[spoiler]

[/spoiler]



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Re: Slave costs, what book?
« Reply #27 on: March 03, 2010, 09:30:00 PM »
Quote from: My self, from the future!
Quote from: wotmaniac's next post?
Quote from: My post that is in the present
I know major thread necrocy here on my part but check out kismets homebrew slavecosts page Here  http://www.kismetrose.com/dnd/MySlaveCosts.html from her own campaign world and its useful
...

Post #2
that I know of, there are no official rules for a slave-economy.  however, here's someone's site that has something worked-out: http://www.kismetrose.com/dnd/MySlaveCosts.html


Edit: This is my 777th post. And it happens to be in slavery, woot.
And If I'm not mistaken, your avatar is a BDSM symbol.
wrong thread :P
See Here
wrong thread :P
I know but I felt like answering in here :)

well, okay, if you insist :thumb
« Last Edit: March 03, 2010, 09:32:12 PM by wotmaniac »

[spoiler]
If you stop ignoring 289 pages telling what the intent is to stretch "more power" in your own god complexion of your interpretation trumps all to cover ability adjustments from aging then I will ignore a quarter page of rules that exist within a sidebar.
I think in this case the grammar is less important than whether the Str and Dex bonus provided to your created undead scales.

Greenbound Summoning RAI
Expanded Gestalt
More Savage Progressions[/spoiler]
Report any wrongs I have done here.

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Re: Slave costs, what book?
« Reply #28 on: March 04, 2010, 01:21:44 AM »
Quote from: My self, from a paradox!
Quote from: My self, from the future!
Quote from: wotmaniac's next post?
Quote from: My post that is in the present
I know major thread necrocy here on my part but check out kismets homebrew slavecosts page Here  http://www.kismetrose.com/dnd/MySlaveCosts.html from her own campaign world and its useful
...
Post #2
that I know of, there are no official rules for a slave-economy.  however, here's someone's site that has something worked-out: http://www.kismetrose.com/dnd/MySlaveCosts.html
Edit: This is my 777th post. And it happens to be in slavery, woot.
And If I'm not mistaken, your avatar is a BDSM symbol.
wrong thread :P
See Here
wrong thread :P
I know but I felt like answering in here :)
well, okay, if you insist :thumb
Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait. ...Wait.
You agree on posting a post inking me to the thread thus my future self's post posted your post from the future correctly but then you posted some else in your post thus making my future but now past post posted incorrectly and this post of mine which was suppose to post a post replying your post about my post and dear god I've gone cross eyed.
Needs more quote in a quote boxes!


Tiers explained in 8 sentences. With examples!
[spoiler]Tiers break down into who has spellcasting more than anything else due to spells being better than anything else in the game.
6: Skill based. Commoner, Expert, Samurai.
5: Mundane warrior. Barbarian, Fighter, Monk.
4: Partial casters. Adapt, Hexblade, Paladin, Ranger, Spelltheif.
3: Focused casters. Bard, Beguiler, Dread Necromancer, Martial Adapts, Warmage.
2: Full casters. Favored Soul, Psion, Sorcerer, Wu Jen.
1: Elitists. Artificer, Cleric, Druid, Wizard.
0: Gods. StP Erudite, Illthid Savant, Pun-Pun, Rocks fall & you die.
[/spoiler]

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Re: Slave costs, what book?
« Reply #29 on: March 04, 2010, 02:02:03 PM »
Quote from: My self, from a paradox!
Quote from: My self, from the future!
Quote from: wotmaniac's next post?
Quote from: My post that is in the present
I know major thread necrocy here on my part but check out kismets homebrew slavecosts page Here  http://www.kismetrose.com/dnd/MySlaveCosts.html from her own campaign world and its useful
...
Post #2
that I know of, there are no official rules for a slave-economy.  however, here's someone's site that has something worked-out: http://www.kismetrose.com/dnd/MySlaveCosts.html
Edit: This is my 777th post. And it happens to be in slavery, woot.
And If I'm not mistaken, your avatar is a BDSM symbol.
wrong thread :P
See Here
wrong thread :P
I know but I felt like answering in here :)
well, okay, if you insist :thumb
Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait. ...Wait.
You agree on posting a post inking me to the thread thus my future self's post posted your post from the future correctly but then you posted some else in your post thus making my future but now past post posted incorrectly and this post of mine which was suppose to post a post replying your post about my post and dear god I've gone cross eyed.
Needs more quote in a quote boxes!



??? ??? ???
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[spoiler]
If you stop ignoring 289 pages telling what the intent is to stretch "more power" in your own god complexion of your interpretation trumps all to cover ability adjustments from aging then I will ignore a quarter page of rules that exist within a sidebar.
I think in this case the grammar is less important than whether the Str and Dex bonus provided to your created undead scales.

Greenbound Summoning RAI
Expanded Gestalt
More Savage Progressions[/spoiler]
Report any wrongs I have done here.