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Old 05-12-2019, 09:56 AM
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A D&D 2e rogue, “Quickfingers McNickapurse” (yes, really, I actually called him that) the DM made us roll 3d6 with no substitution on stats - His best attribute was 13 and I think he had 3 hit points. Total edgelord who collected gruesome trophies from his kills - I was about 11, obviously.

The DM HATED my character (mainly because of his stupid name) and waged a ceaseless campaign to knock him off with ridiculous traps and psychotic guards. Think he lasted 2 and a bit sessions before a doppelgänger killed him and took his place. Good times.

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Old 05-16-2019, 02:20 AM
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MANY years ago, I remember making my first character. I no longer remember his name exactly, but he was a dwarven cleric of the Luck and Travel domains (this was under Pathfinder). We were a party of eight because we were mostly all good friends and our DM was pretty chill about everything, but we had to split into two groups in order to manage time. My cleric bought in with a party of martials: a monk, a barbarian, and a fighter (I think; like I said, many years ago). Basically my PC shined because he was the only one who could cast spells and I think I was reading some of the spells wrong that by the end of the year he was already flying and raining down ice/lightning spears at his enemies, to my friends' delight. He also ended up adopting a bear cub whom we named after one of the party's real life chow dog.

Our party ended up saving a village while the second half - the other four - were dealing with national crises and rising into the highest ranks of the monarchy, so they ended up changing the world more than we ever did. That party was made up of a crazy bard, a crazy ranger, a crazy ninja, and a crazy druid-barbarian (who was NOT a bearbarian). They all died making the transition from Pathfinder to D&D 5th edition, when life happened.
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Old 05-30-2019, 04:46 PM
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My first one was an aaracockra ranger. I still use her, actually
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Old 07-01-2019, 07:52 PM
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I can't quite recall which was my first character, as there were two at about the same time in different games.

Jal Silvanus, a sorcerer from a long line of elemental bloodline sorcerers, who had his element stripped out of him by a djinn, leaving him with the arcane bloodline and a grudge.

Or Miro, the halfling rogue with an attention problem. He would leap to conclusions, try to do the right thing while making a profit, but was often a little off the mark. He ended up being put down after being possessed by a lich.
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