This is so sick
Is it weird to anyone else to see a buff Undead lol?A muscular Undead is so weird to me.
Oh man, we're getting closer and closer to a full WotC/Blizz collaboration, I am STOKED for that.
Night Elf looks pretty nice, in the list of the news.2 bad for some reason Wowhead decided not to post the best picture here.That is not the first time when I see some cool picture in the list of the news on a Wowhead, but after clicking on it I don't see that picture anywhere in the post.
Not a fan of 5e. Such a dumbed down system with pretty huge balance issues.Shouldve just use 3.5 like the original WoW pnP used
Cant wait for my current campaign to be over and we can start a WoW campaign! :D
I need this *throws money at screen* Oh its free? *still throws money at screen*
This is my jam. Awesome work!
Thanks everyone! I've had a blast working on this project, and the positive reception has been really humbling. If you have any comments on feedback on my work, please head to one of the reddit threads, or contact me directly! Feedback is very much appreciated.And I'm with you all on the lack of WoW news. 9.1 soon plz, I'm so bored!
Given that Forsaken has the tendency to fall apart if not maintained, CON seems like the worst stat for them.In game, Spirit was their defining stat, mental will. So wisdom should be their stats. Also their alignment should be " normally not good", because being raised affects everyone differently,
If there were any changes, I'd probably pull back on the Forsaken alignment statement. I would probably just say that the Undead tend to have "non-good alignments", pointing people to the spectrum of neutral and evil, making good the exception.
I love everything about this. I've been playing D&D almost 35 years, and after getting into WoW (as a diehard Horde player), it really changed how I felt about the standard D&D "hero" races. Years ago for a solo 3.5 campaign with my husband I wanted to play something akin to the Horde that wasn't an elf, but wouldn't be written off as "evil", and we modified Minotaur stats to create a Taunka shaman for what turned out to be an amazing game. I LOVE the idea of being able to break stereotypes and branch out into playing non-standard races in D&D, without having to homebrew.