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Im sure every one has atleast a dozen characters that they had a lot of fun playing, but which one is your favorite?
I would have to say my favortie character I played was a level 35 Chaotic Evil cleric of Talos by the name of Jared Stormcrown, he was one bad mofo. While other clerics were busy healing and protecting and all the crap he was burning down temples and calling down lightning and fire from above. My favorite act of him is when in one game he torched an entire elven village. It was sweet.
Tact is for people who give a damn. I'm not one of those people.
I had a lot of fun playing a rather special rogue... He was a gypsy and a performer... He gathered tonnes of info, and managed to lie and bluff his way out of a couple of tight situations.
The party entered the capital of the country at one point. This was highly dangerous since we weren't on the best terms with the empire. While the other characters were shopping and making plans, my guy goes to a brothel, uses diplomacy on all the... employees...and stays there all night, leaving in the morning with a pouch snatched from a pare of trousers that were lying there... Sweet!
He was a lot of fun because he was so full of humour all the time... And he really didn't think before doing things in citys. On adventures he was a bit more sensible though, as long as there were no females around...
I claim the title of "mistress of the vindictive"
=]Front in favour of Moderation of the Harshest kind[=
My favorite character is Mr. X (not his real name, I was just to lazy to come up with a good one so I told my party that my name was X)
X was the best friend of Norman the Evil Emperor (way more evil than he sounds). In his youth , X taught Norman how to punt babies through the air, stab people in the back,and murder without reason. Norman decided to make an evil empire and asked X to be his second in command (he accepted of course) Later in time, Norman had become emperor of a colossal empire of evilness, and X became the 1st of Norman's 11 generals, putting 400,000 minions at X's command.
(Actual game play starts here) Norman sends X to protect his good brother Nivek (other player character) so that he would stay alive until Norman could kill him personally. X's whole party was evil except Nivek who believed most of them were good (negative wisdom mod). Eventually X became "friends" with our psychopath mage and got him to join the Evil Empire as his magical "advisor". So they went through various quests and dungeons, eventually leading them to go hunting for a "dragon". Well, as it turns out the dragon was actually a gargantuin scorpion, so most of the party ends up dead or unconcious except X (barely) and the mage (unscratched). The mage kills the scorpion, gets them all healed, and then later on they end up using the scorpion's cave as a campsite. Well it turns out some cleric hired Yogmoth (Player Character: big fighter/barbarian fullplate & fullblade dude) and Aneesh (the mage) to assassinate X, and trap his soul in a soul gem. So they did. In the gem a cleric gives him the choice of being forever trapped on the last unexplored layer of the Abyss (Infinite layers there), or come back to life 'good" with a symbiote celestial in the form of a halo forcing me to do and say nothing evil.
So X comes back to life struggling to hold on to his evil and ignore the halo (didn't work). At this point Nivek duels Yogmoth to avenge X and dies, Aneesh blasts Yogmoth for fun and kills him, X tries to stop Aneesh and gets blasted to death. Then BANG Aneesh dies and X comes back to life because of some crazy contingincy spells Norman put on him in case of death.
X ressurected the party and he eventually got a wish spell to zap the halo out of existance. Minutes or even seconds later X asks the mage to message Norman for him(so that X can laugh at his advisor about his advisor's son's death (Aneesh's pa is Norman's advisor)).
Well, apparently people don't take kindly to messenging Norman. The mage kills X again, and traps X in a soul gem AGAIN. So, X prays to Erythnul, and talks him into getting him out of the gem. Erythnul sends X's soul gem to Kevin (a party member who NEVER does ANYTHING usefull) and Kevin manages to end up selling the gem back to the cleric who put the halo on X because he didn't know what the gem was.
Well the cleric gives X his options again, so X comes back to life with his halo again. At this point he completly gives up on evil and just turns good. X gets the cleric to teleport him to the Holy Empire so that he can offer his service to Joe The Holy Emperor (Norman's opposite).
THIS IS X's HISTORY UP UNTIL NOW. More will follow as we play.
(we play twice a weekend, for about 8-9 hours each day.)
Stog Bigstench. Goblin wizard. I'm still typing up his story on a different forum, if I ever have a huge excess of time ill post it here, but ill summarize it quickly.
There was a wizard from the underworld of a metropolis who had read that if raised right even the stupidest of creatures could do anything. So he hired some mercs to bring him a goblin baby (stog). He trained him in magic, but he died before he could get him very far. So stog left with an incomplete spell book, mastering of common, elven, dwarven, and draconic. He was attacked in his sleep by goblins, and through his gestures/their EXTREMELY limited knowledge of common he came to be part of their clan. He still practiced his magic, but he did so in private. One day, long after joining their clan, they found him practicing his magic. In awe, they made him their leader. Sick of his poor living style in the caves he attacks a village and takes it over. This is where I met up with my party (an evil cleric, and a vampire necromancer). We get the crazy idea of world domination. For fun, we have a few friends of ours make a good party to sort of counter battle us. We end up killing them all, but we lost our necromancer. Damedoriys (the cleric) decides he wants to bring his god back to the world, and does so, but my character is more neutral so I don't want the balance to be too disrupted so I turn on Damedoriys. My character was so powerful that I was able to kill him, and his god. I built a new city that was at the center of the world, and thats it up to my last session with that character.
What counts is not necessarily the size of the dog in the fight - it's the size of the fight in the dog. ~Dwight D. Eisenhower