[5E][Wilderlands] Elves of the Roglaras

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Re: [5E][Wilderlands] Elves of the Roglaras

Post by Havard » Mon Feb 05, 2018 6:44 pm

Great conversions! :)

Will you be adding more Elven subraces in the future? :)

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Re: [5E][Wilderlands] Elves of the Roglaras

Post by JamesMishler » Tue Feb 06, 2018 3:09 am

As they are encountered and made available for use as PCs, yes.

These are all the player playable elven races in the Roglaras (campaign map 1 using the original number/map 5 using Necromancer numbering).

There are at least two other elven races in the region known only to myth and legend: the Red Elves of Altanis and the Dark Elves of Valon; neither are native, but there are said to be small colonies somewhere in the Roglaras.

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Re: [5E][Wilderlands] Elves of the Roglaras

Post by Big Mac » Tue Feb 06, 2018 5:53 pm

JamesMishler wrote:As they are encountered and made available for use as PCs, yes.

These are all the player playable elven races in the Roglaras (campaign map 1 using the original number/map 5 using Necromancer numbering).
Very nice. :cool:
JamesMishler wrote:There are at least two other elven races in the region known only to myth and legend: the Red Elves of Altanis and the Dark Elves of Valon; neither are native, but there are said to be small colonies somewhere in the Roglaras.
I guess that putting up stuff that works for your players is more logical than putting up stuff that works for other GMs (or is it Judges). Is the main aim of your blog to help your players?
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Re: [5E][Wilderlands] Elves of the Roglaras

Post by JamesMishler » Tue Feb 06, 2018 11:56 pm

Big Mac wrote:
JamesMishler wrote:There are at least two other elven races in the region known only to myth and legend: the Red Elves of Altanis and the Dark Elves of Valon; neither are native, but there are said to be small colonies somewhere in the Roglaras.
I guess that putting up stuff that works for your players is more logical than putting up stuff that works for other GMs (or is it Judges). Is the main aim of your blog to help your players?
Actually, the stuff I'm putting up on the blog now is the material I have been working on for the players, so it is more of a lucky side-show than anything else at this point. I am also working on my upcoming Ebunorun campaign, so time is limited to pretty much working on things that are immediately practical for both campaigns.

As I have a good overview of the Wilderlands, right now it is all about what do I need to put out there for the players to use; with Ebunorun, I am building the world from scratch, more or less, so everything is new and useful.

Maybe when thing settled down and all the players have all their characters, I can get back to GM-style materials...

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