Almost done with Summer semester. Some of my classes are set to be on campus this coming term, too, so I'm hoping I can get a college gaming group together. If there's already one there then maybe they wouldn't mind teaching me a new system. Well, I can hope at least. This week's article is about characters who generalize versus characters who specialize. Faithful bard-players be wary, the slant this week is admittedly in favor of the specialists.
Characters Spreading Themselves Too Thin
There's no "I" in team. Adventuring parties generally consist of more than one or two people for good reason. Through diversification, the whole becomes greater than the sum of it's parts. Here is a rundown of why that happens.
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