Discussion in 'Dragon's Egg RPG' started by Philster401, Dec 7, 2014.
Earning the trust of the barbarian isn't tough, earning the trust of the thief, that is tough.
I quite expect it would be seeing how I am going to be a Paladin and they have to have a lawfully good alignment.
When SP gets back online, you should ask if your paladin has any prior knowledge of the Inquisition.
Detect evil will be nice if your character runs into one of them... though I think you'd have to hear a reason in-game to suspect evil, or you wouldn't use the skill. (I suspect most are lawful good and carry out evil acts thinking they uphold the law. I'm not sure if "detect evil" would reveal anything.)
Ok, but who are the inquisition?
Witch-hunters, basically, as far as I remember.
I would expect many of them to be clerics and paladins. They're typically followers of Tyr, and they tend to uphold the law by burning people to death who are suspected of using magic. (Maybe the victims are typically women.)
I'm pretty sure a player paladin wouldn't be connected to the Inquisition, but maybe he'd know of them. SP does a good job divvying of player-character knowledge. What you know might depend whether you're from the north or the south. (We're in the north now.)
It might be interesting to have a back story with them.
You can tell us about your character here or here:
Getting to know you thread.
We'll still need to rp learning about your character until we have down time, then idle conversations could be accepted that would include history.
Your quote, Aliron could agree with. He is evil, not chaotic. (looking back, I think he is probably more true neutril, still within his diety though, 1 place different. But he does evil, often without the party knowing.):wink:
Probably need to slip in a little more evil to make him honest to his alignment.
Would D&D characters work for Dragon's Egg?