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    Mon May 02, 2005 1:53 pm  
    useful 3.5 accessories for Greyhawk

    Hi

    Now I am working on implementation T1-4, A1-3, GDQ1-7 in 3.5 version.
    Could somebody recommend any WoTC accessories which can be useful for this work? For example, I saw slavers spider ship in the "Lords of Madness".

    Thanks
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    Mon May 02, 2005 7:29 pm  

    While opinion varies greatly on it, I really enjoyed Return to the ToEE. I don't hold with the EEG/Big T connection, but enjoyed the module nonetheless.

    Although Savage Species is technically 3.0, one of the big changes with 3.5 was to give EVERY monster skills and feats, and the idea originated in that book. If you don't have it, it might spark some ideas.
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    Tue May 03, 2005 9:28 am  

    Not exactly Basiliv.
    Monsters always had skills and feats. Savage Species introduced the concept of Monster Class Levels, which has since been expanded on in other books. It also featured Monstrous Feats, which has also been expanded on.
    Of course it should be noted that Monster Class Levels actually existed even before that. The Orcs of Thar Gazzetteer featured negative class levels for high HD humanoids and giants (ogres and trolls), and that was expanded on in some of the Monster guides for Basic+. Another of the ideas from that side edition that made their way back into the main game.
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    Tue May 03, 2005 11:35 am  

    I wasn't really trying to say it was a brand new concept as of Savage Species, just that it's a readily available sourcebook for 3.X for some further thoughts on it. I know some of the 3E rules were developed from OD&D, and I'm the last person in the world to claim knowledge on comparing the two systems. When it comes to OD&D, I'm at the bottom of the Knowledge Hierarchy.

    But you're correct. I guess the 3.0 MM included feats and skills for every monster anyway. *shrug* Guess it's been a while since I cracked it open. Savage Species just ran with the Monstrous Class levels and Monstrous Feats.

    I still say SS is a good book to have, so there!! :-P
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    Tue May 03, 2005 1:28 pm  
    Re: useful 3.5 accessories for Greyhawk

    Vasiliy wrote:
    Hi

    Now I am working on implementation T1-4, A1-3, GDQ1-7 in 3.5 version.
    Could somebody recommend any WoTC accessories which can be useful for this work? For example, I saw slavers spider ship in the "Lords of Madness".

    Thanks


    I have finished most of Descent into the Depths and would be happy to float you a copy of my 3.5 conversion. Email me.
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