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Foragers Guild Guide Characters [BUNDLE]

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6 bestselling titles centered around fantasy characters! Use your character backgrounds to create opportunities for worldbuilding! Tie character development seamlessly into setting design! Create elements that provide adventure hooks and story ideas!
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Character Theory
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Characters are the First Pillar of Fantasy Adventure! Any System! Any Setting! You’ve created fantasy roleplaying characters before. Odds are that the focus of the system you used was on the crunchy bits. The process tacked background details on at the end that may not have been relevant to the adventures you played. Most of the time, your character’s back story ended up as the storytelling equivalent of a dump stat. It’s disappointing, it’s wasteful, and it doesn’t leave you with the satisfying roleplaying experience you were looking for. The abilities your character has will hook them into the setting by default. Their connection to the adventure might be tenuous at best. A degree of motivational handwavium and plot contrivance serves to get you, t...

Cleric Theory
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Using Clerics in Worldbuilding and Adventure Design Any System! Any Setting! Clerics bring a sense of mythology to a fantasy world. They validate the existence of deities. Their beliefs reflect the morals and ethics of their religion, if not the broader cultures of the setting. The magic they utilize is different because it is divinely bestowed for faithfulness to a dogma, doctrine, or code of behavior, rather than learned. There can be a lot of spells to keep track of, but the irony is that clerics are often only used for casting one sort of spell: healing. This reflects a greater opportunity that is often overlooked because of the nature of most tabletop fantasy campaigns. A cleric is often the one character that’s not all about killing, and upon occasion a character that&r...

Fighter Theory
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Using Fighters in Worldbuilding and Adventure Design Any System! Any Setting! The appeal of the fighter is that it’s the most generic of character classes. It plays to the most basic rules, regardless of what system you’re using. There are no complicated and esoteric exceptions to be learned, making it perfect for new players. For those interested in roleplaying over tactics, it actually presents a chance to focus on character interactions and narrative because there are, metaphorically, fewer moving parts. At the same time, the variety of types of fighters, based on background, history, weapons, armor, and tactics, makes it a delightful class for veteran players. Where other classes have a broader set of abilities, the fighter allows a player to go deep, explori...

Party Theory
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Teams of Characters in Fantasy Adventure Any System! Any Setting! In the past four decades there have been millions of words written about character creation. There are scores of books on worldbuilding, and notable volumes on fantasy adventure design. For some reason, though, little has been written about the nature of parties. To be sure, we do talk about “party balance”, and the generally accepted “one of each” approach. The roles of a fighter, a spellcaster, a healer, and a thief are presumed to be necessary. We don’t tend to question that default much, examine why it’s that way, or consider alternatives. The composition of a party is generally relegated to the category of character creation. Back stories are examined and interwoven, but t...

Rogue Theory
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Using Rogues in Worldbuilding and Adventure Design Any System! Any Setting! The appeal of the rogue is their reputation as the non-conformists of character classes. Even if they’re not outright thieves, they have a reputation for being a bit freewheeling, morally flexible, and willing to do things other characters aren’t. They’re skill-oriented characters, able to use magic items but not cast spells, employing tact and dirty tricks in combat more than the straight-forward approach of a warrior. They’re problem solvers, artisans and engineers, con artists and diplomats. In determining how a wide range of skills function within the setting, how they are learned, and their use impacts culture, politics, and religion, the rogue’s abilities sets in motion a...

Wizard Theory
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Using Wizards in Worldbuilding and Adventure Design Any System! Any Setting! The appeal of the wizard is that in many way it’s the most iconic of character classes. Nothing screams fantasy like an arcane spellcaster, able to manipulate the forces of magic that set your fictional realm apart from the real world. While this means, in most systems, that there’s a lot to keep track of on the character sheet, it offers all sorts of opportunities not present in other character types. There are tactics involved in selecting spells, and deciding when to use them. A great deal of creativity and imagination can go into describing the special effects of the spell. The invocations uttered, the material used, and the gestures performed can vary from one tradition, one school,...

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This title was added to our catalog on April 01, 2019.