I want to flip out...like a ninja!

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I want to flip out...like a ninja!

Post by Dragonhelm » Sat Dec 31, 2011 8:33 pm

I think ninjas are fun, especially those who have some sort of mystical power. They're great in movies, and I'm a huge fan of the ones from Mortal Kombat. Sub-Zero and Scorpion are my faves.

I'm curious, though, what sort of setting would they fit into the best. Can you have that type of ninja from Kara-Tur? Or would another setting be more appropriate?

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Re: I want to flip out...like a ninja!

Post by night_druid » Sun Jan 01, 2012 12:06 am

<shrug>Depends on what you're after. If just magic-using ninja, you probably could use dual-classed shinobi/ninjas from Complete Ninja's Handbook (2e) to get a baseline. If you're bringing in the whole Outworld aspect, then possibly not (or Outworld becomes Abeir).
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Re: I want to flip out...like a ninja!

Post by Angel Tarragon » Sun Jan 01, 2012 4:38 pm

Dragonhelm wrote:I'm curious, though, what sort of setting would they fit into the best. Can you have that type of ninja from Kara-Tur? Or would another setting be more appropriate?
Golarion (Pathfinder) has a ninja archetype for rogues.

You can also find the Ninja archetype here.
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