This second character was actually one of the first that occurred to me as I was starting to build backup characters for Clovis. Its a pretty simple concept, and doesn’t take as many twists and turns as Brox did, so this one might be a bit simpler. Lets see where he goes, then. Lets get to Varuun, the Zealot.
I enjoy creating characters, perhaps more than I should, for D&D, 5e in particular, but I also like creating characters in pretty much every system known. 3.5/Pathfinder are especially crunchy characters to make, but they tend to lack a lot of the soul of the characters in 5e, I find. I dunno what it is – nothing wrong with a d20 system, but its a very different character creation process.
Well. Lets go then! Today, my first of – Hopefullly – many Character concepts that I want to play in D&D – Brox, the Dragonborn Javelineer
Clovis goes through many adventures between writings, and I’ve found that going through them bit by bit has left the story lagging way behind and isn’t terribly engaging. I’m going to try a bit of a different way, and see how that works.
Clovis has been hard at work these past few weeks, returning from evicting the goblins with little a few bruises, but no worse for wear. The rats were his worst foe, and though they almost took him out, his friends bailed him out swiftly.
Painting is, or at least was, one of the main reasons I’ve stayed playing miniatures games for so long, despite demand from a variety of sources on my time like a kid, a wife, video games, friends, and work. But, over the last three years my painting output has almost completely dried up, reaching drought territory and not recovering. I’m aiming, hopefully, to remedy that.