Peewee, The Stat Monkey God,, The Stat Monkey God, wrote:Ok,
I have watsted too much energy on this I have been on the phone with the dev team and there will be a ruling in the LARC.
Lets just say I tried to do it the nice way... welcome to the errata club Ralph, The Godfather of DnD in Miami,, its going to suck to be you...
Ralph, The Godfather of DnD in Miami, I have a Quesion: In blackmoor, do you cry just as much for Sorc players?
Well lets just say the Sorcerer question in Blackmoor has been in a flux for a while. Before they threw down that you couldn't directly attack a player people used to fight each other straight up to keep a sorcerer out of the Cabal/in the Cabal's hands. It depened on who you played with. Ramon dressed up as a Sorc and lied to Ralph, The Godfather of DnD in Miami, to prevent a Sorcerer from going to jail. If you make a misteak and the person you arrest isn't a sorcerer you get a demerit with the Wizard's Cabal, three demerits and you're out.
Of course those of us who play Sorcerers, mine is an open Sorcerer, really don't give a sh*t. We walk around the modules and see who is sitting at the table, if we like the odds we simply relax and chill. Many of the modules say if you can be arrested or not. If there is no one to sign the warrant then the Arcane Warrior is screwed. I write it into my mods if you can or can't arrest a person, it keeps rules lawyering to a minimum.
But then you have the open sorcerers like mine who don't give a sh*t if you know or not, so it costs me an extra TU if I get caught, big deal, I have four characters, and the one I'm using now is a second level character. I play him for fun and to mess with people's heads.
See I decided not to engage most of the major powers in Arcanis because wierd sh*t will happen and someone will drop a hammer on you. Most of the time hedge your bets, if you know you can get away with it then go for it, but if you're uncertain then don't f*ck with them; it's not worth the time or the 25,000gp to "cleanse your soul."