Creating my own classes to fit the Dragon Age universe can't be that hard. Surely it won't take over two weeks of my life.
On a roll. I have read through the entire spell list. I will only have to do this once.
How many hours have passed?
Oh. I am reading through the entire spell list again.
Blood Mages'll get proficiency in Charisma saving throws, plus they need it for a fat handful of their enchantment spells. It's weird, though. Somehow I don't see them as very charismatic.
|Here we see a blood mage casting friends in DA2.|
I wonder if I can get away with counting the Player's Handbook as a "book read" on Goodreads.
Seriously. It's 300 pages and I've read it twice.
Do you think those kinds of judgmental people exist? You know, the ones who when a friend's just-read book pops up on their feed, they scoff if it's like, a comic book? Because I've counted comic books before.When I fall behind on my reading goal, I'll read comics and count them as a separate book each and then I feel better about myself because it's like I read five books in a day and it only took an hour.
Am I a hack?
Templars in Dragon Age are bullshit. They're very clearly mages. Have you seen Holy Smite? According to D&D, all those smite and might and holy-jesus-juice powers are spells. Spells. Someone send a missive to the Chantry, because they're being duped.
The DM guide is also 300 pages.
I have spent eight hours on the Blood Mage class. It's like a wizard but there's blood now... I'm dead inside.
My DM-friend suggested some changes. I am now reading the spell list for the third time.
I watched an episode of Critical Roll and am fairly certain I'm outclassed.
I'm practicing accents now. I've mastered vaguely British-sometimes-suddenly-Irish and covering my panic through a stutter I'll blame on the low self-esteem of my NPCs.
The one warrior in the group rolled two 3s for his hit points.
He has less health than the Bard.