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I think we mostly need to kick BlazingTornado a bit to not forget about this one and we should be fine.

 

(Well, aside from the entire my eye is in a bad way and I'm falling behind stuff, thing, but I should be fine in a week tops, doc says.)

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Sorry. Pathfinder isn't quite as instinctive for me to build a character in as D&D is.

 

 

 

EDIT: Here's a crude sheet. Still no magic items, not 100% certain on the character's name. Didn't really roll for cash to determine his equipment.

https://www.myth-weavers.com/sheet.html#id=1771218

Edited by BlazingTornado

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I'm okay with any way of handling the gearing... I just need to know how exactly we do it so I can get that finalized. If it's cash out & buy all, the question is: are there  restrictions on getting stuff not on the adventure's list beyond "be able to afford it"?

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On 12/8/2018 at 3:39 PM, Arkady said:

I'm okay with any way of handling the gearing... I just need to know how exactly we do it so I can get that finalized. If it's cash out & buy all, the question is: are there  restrictions on getting stuff not on the adventure's list beyond "be able to afford it"?

 

I'm gonna say as long as it's not a game breaker "be able to afford it" is pretty much about the only restriction.

 

 

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I'm still up for this one. I'm just waiting for everyone to get their magic items & other equipment in order. It won't be this week, that's for sure as after tomorrow I'm pretty much MIA on the forum, with Vegas trip this weekend.

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