March 9th, 2006


Adamantium costs

Can someone who has a 3.5 dmg check something for me?

In 3.0, the cost for an adamantium weapon was +3000 for a melee weapon that did 1d4 or 1d6 and +9000 for a melee weapon that does 1d8 or 1d10 ...

A friend just told me that in 3.5 the cost for all adamantium melee weapons was +3,000

Can someone confirm this please?

3.0 vs. 3.5

My earlier post got me thinking

In the games i run (in regards to edition) we use something we call the "best of both worlds" edition. The means that between 3.0 and 3.5 we use whichever rule most benefits the player in question.


Identify- This spell, the caster is allowed to choose upon taking the spell whether they want to use the 3.5 version or the 3.0 version (3.0 = least effect of a number of magical items; 3.5 = all abilities of one single magical item). After choosing, this remains fixed for that character's life

Ring of Jump - In 3.0 this added +30 to your jump checks. in 3.5, it adds +5, or +10(i think) for a ring of jumping, greater. We use the 3.0 version since the 3.5 version seems like a cruel joke.

What do the rest of you do about 3.0 and 3.5?

Homebrew Campaign World

Hello people. I just finished writing a summary of 1000 years of history for a homebrew campaign world, and figured I would post a link to the website I made for it, for your perusal. :) Keep in mind, it's a bit long.

Burning Valor

Note: Those in the know will notice names or plot-lines pulled from various sources. ;D I did this intentionally. Keep in mind that the name given to any given group/place has nothing to do with where it was pulled from, and plot-lines were changed along with names for the protection of those involved (yadda yadda yadda).

Hope you enjoy it, I'll be glad to clarify anything you like.