February 17th, 2007

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Living With The Lawbreaker

I'm playing a half-Battle-dragon cleric/fighter with a heavily enchanted fullblade named Starcleaver that he's got several feats for. It's a fairly high-powered campaign. I have the opportunity to upgrade Starcleaver to an intelligent item, and I'd love to give it a dedicated purpose. Since the character is basically a samurai, seeking out honorable combat wherever he can find it, I thought that an appropriate purpose would be "convert or destroy the dishonorable".

Only one problem - another member of the party is a rogue with a ring of invisibility. Up until now, the cleric's been satisfied casting Invisibility Purge every time he notices the rogue slip his ring on. The DM feels that with a dedicated purpose, though, things would have to step up a notch.

I'm looking for a way to make this work. The only idea I've thought of so far is that the cleric's trying to somehow convert the rogue through example, but that seems like a copout. Any advice is appreciated.
Gargoyles Goliath

Grand Rapids, MIchigan D&D group seeks members

I'm in a D&D 3.5 group and we just lost a member.   We are based in Wyoming [Grand Rapids, Michigan].

We will be playing in the wyoming area by Prarie and Byron Center.  We are looking for serious players who are also knowledgable enough that would want to run a campaign sometime soon.   We are playing 3.5 right now but are open to playing Star Wars sometime in the future.   We play on Saturdays, either from 10 AM to 3 PM or Saturday nights from 11:30 to ?.  Times are non-negotitable.

We are looking for at least 2 people, maybe even 3 to join our group.   Being able to make a commitment is a must.  You must be there every week to play unless something really important came up.  We want serious players that want to play D&D and have fun every week!