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Re: make a D&D character modeled on a comic book character
« Reply #15 on: December 07, 2017, 12:33:02 AM »
I figured Psylocke would be a Psychic Warrior.

Psylocke is usually written as a Rogue.

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Re: make a D&D character modeled on a comic book character
« Reply #16 on: December 24, 2017, 03:24:17 PM »
Hellboy

Race: Tiefling
Alignment: Neutral Good
Class: Cleric 6/Barbarian 14
Cleric Domain: Arcana
Barbarian Path: Path of the Zealot

Stats would be something like—
STR: 19
CON: 22
WIS: 14
INT: 13
DEX: 13
CHA: 12

Proficiencies: Relgion, Arcana, History, Investigation, Firearms

Gear: Some kind of stone gauntlet, maybe an enchanted one of some kind that also is like a buckler and provides +1 to AC, and some kind of firearm that on a poor roll misfires and jams but on a hit does some serious damage.

Special resistance: immunity to fire damage



Would see him as a fun character to RP—a member of an order of clerics that keep the world safe from any manner of supernatural threats from undead, to devils & demons, to abominations and evil magic users etc. he would use his gauntlet mostly bad just wade into combat but would have all that cleric know how to truncate undead etc. wouldn’t really see him to fucsed on healing like some clerics and might not take armor due to his Barbarian armorless advantage. Surly but soft on the inside. Courageous as hell but very glib about the whole thing. Always ready to do his job but never looking forward to it.





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Re: make a D&D character modeled on a comic book character
« Reply #17 on: December 24, 2017, 03:45:50 PM »
Liz Sherman

Race: Fire Genasi
Alignment: Neutral Good
Class: Cleric 2/ Sorcerer 18
Sorcerer Type: Phoenix Sorcery

Stats IDK, maybe—
STR: 10
CON: 13
WIS: 16
INT: 15
DEX: 14
CHA: 19

Proffeciencies: religion, arcana, investigation, perception, history

Gear: standard sorcerer’s package

Liz is obv a member of the same order of clerics but is much more focused on her fire magic.

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Re: make a D&D character modeled on a comic book character
« Reply #18 on: December 24, 2017, 04:24:35 PM »
Abe Sapien
Race: Triton
Alignment: Neutral Good
Class: Cleric 7/Rogue 13
Cleric Domain: Arcana
Rogue Type: Inquisitive

Stats: Something like...
STR: 13
CON: 14
WIS: 14
INT: 17
DEX: 18
CHA: 9

Proficiencies: religion, arcana, investigation, perception, history, light armor, swimming, stealth

Gear: Crossbow, some other standard rogue tools

See above for the organization... think an element like BPRD would fold into the fantasy setting nicely, and these agents would be cool characters to utilize in some format, probably as NPCs

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Re: make a D&D character modeled on a comic book character
« Reply #19 on: December 25, 2017, 05:15:42 PM »
Rasputin

Race: Human (or Variant Human)
Alignment: Neutral Evil
Class: Warlock
Pact of The Tome/ Great Old One Patron

Stats, how bout...
STR: 12
CON: 19
WIS: 17
INT: 15
DEX: 11
CHA: 22

Proficiencies: religion, arcana, perception, history, stealth, intimidation, persuasion

Have him served by

Undead rogue with archetype assassin as his mini-boss, various human cultists would serve him as well, find some appropriate monsters, maybe Slaads to be his main force? Could really draw that out.
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Re: make a D&D character modeled on a comic book character
« Reply #20 on: December 25, 2017, 05:33:00 PM »
I figured Psylocke would be a Psychic Warrior.

Psylocke is usually written as a Rogue.

A rogue’s core skills are sneaking, backstabbing, and trap disarming.

A psychic warrior is combat, similar to a DEX-based fighter, supported by psychic weapons and skills.

Her chief class is definitely psychic warrior, though I can buy a dip into rogue for the sneak skill proficiency.


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Re: make a D&D character modeled on a comic book character
« Reply #21 on: December 26, 2017, 04:02:05 PM »
Idk this shit

Thinking about it, Barbarian (Berzerker) builds are more about strength—for Wolverine I’d only give him a few levels of this.

Barbarian 3/ Monk, Ranger & Rogue the rest. Think Monks (one of the paths) have a self heal ability and are more about DEX—Rogues and Rangers are also about DEX. Think 3 points Ranger maybe for tracking and wilderness survival, 6 points monk for the skill and speed and one path that self heals. 8 points Rogue for his crazy DEX/ stealth skills—def assasin type. Might be a little too crazy on the multiclassinf though. Would give him a couple enchanted daggers that are unbreakable and do extra shaprness damage attached to back of wrist that he fights with, use Dex modifier for the attack and probably make him a dwarf...or half dwarf if such a thing exists in DnD. I’ll maybe format like above later.

Mandarin I’d do one of a couple ways, but I think the most fun would be a Beholder that cast an illusion on himself to look human but has all the Beholder powers which aren’t too dissimilar from the Rings. His “son” Temugin would just be straight bad ass KI powered monk—back story there would be uncertain wether Temugin knew the Mandarin was a Beholder or not.