Cool D&D character idea: an unarmed, unarmored, Kobold wizard named Jimmy the Dismemberer, who has an intelligence score so low that he cannot cast spells.
That defeats the point of the whole character. He's supposed to dismember people, but have such incredibly low health and damage output that he's useless. I guess you don't understand kobold humor.But what if he just grabbed an axe and hit any enemies with it? He could still kill them then, and he wouldn't need to learn anything.
It would have been even funnier if he wasn't a fighter, but had to fight like one because he wasn't smart enough to use magic or stealth.As mentioned in another thread. I once ran a Kobold fighter named Gn'vek. He wore mummy wrapping for clothes and a jester's cap without the bells to freak people out and he never bathed unless he was forced to swim or "accidentally" knocked into a lake/stream. He rode a midget cow named TAST (A sounds like O). As we faced off against an ogre-led group of orcs menacing the countryside, his cow got tossed (yes... Tast got tossed) and Gn'vek was so angry he went after the Ogre and killed it almost single-handedly (there were a couple ranged attacks against it from other party members)