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Let me start off by saying that Curse of Strahd certainly has some very challenging encounters, many of which can be stumbled into at points when the party is woefully under-levelled. I've only run it once so far, but that did end in a TPK. It's important to note, however, that this type of danger is a common feature of sandbox campaigns. On top of that, ...


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This Dhampir race is effectively a weaker version of a Drow, so I'll compare it to that. Ability Score Increase: The Dhampir gets to choose between the ability score bonuses of the Drow and those of the Dragonborn. This is perfectly in line with existing races. Stuff the Dhampir gets: Age & Alignment: Don't really matter from a balance perspective. ...


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The sample human fighter dhampir has a Level Adjustment of +8. This should be the LA for any dhampir character.


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While the whole alignment discussion hasn't been resolved yet, and opinions run wide and far, there is one thing I feel we can all agree on: An alignment does not limit the range of emotions you can experience. A Good person can be sad, an Evil person can be happy, a Chaotic person can be bored and a Lawful person can be angry. Love is simply another ...


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There are a lot of different Dhampir homebrews, but I haven't seen any that say a Dhampir must be a certain alignment. They are intelligent and free-willed; they can be any alignment- including Chaotic Good. Whether the character herself is chaotic good is hard to say- you've told us almost nothing about her. You're right that loving her brother doesn't ...


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Having recent experience running the campaign I can easily give some recommendations. First and foremost — it obviously depends on you as a parent. What you deem acceptable for your children is your decision. That being said you do not have to delve very far into the campaign to see what sorts of things will come up as a common theme. If you play the ...



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