Remember the character of Cor has a few Paladin type special abilities also as he is a Knight Cleric, the only one in all of Trilogy. He is also of Dwarven nobility so his choice to turn away could cost him those powers just like they could still cost Teller hers.
If that happens and they lose those powers Jessica would be then considered a plain Fighter and Cor as a plain Cleric. At least until they both atoned for turning away as listed in the Paladin description in the 2nd Edition Players Handbook.
Time will tell
Posted on 2013-07-16 at 00:18:22.
Edited on 2013-07-17 at 19:03:02 by TannTalas
Just because you look like a Black Robe and, lets just call them giant Orcs, thanks to the Veil. Anything you do like move your hands in casting a spell or speak has a chance of being noticed. Just because you look like them does not mean you know how to ACT or SOUND like them. The more time you waste doing things the more chance you have of being found out.
Just post how you feel about what your seeing in the courtyard around you and your reaction to it. See with the party going into heavy duty combat rounds shortly. I need all players to be posting every week so I know what each of you are doing. I'd rather not NPC anyone during combat because I may do something they did not have planned.
I'd be glad to share ideas and give comment if you'd want me to. I try to think of this like a movie and picture stuff in my head. I read the posts, the Q&A and review my character stuff. Also think about how you believe your character will react.
If think too hard you will fry your brain, so just story tell!
This is all make beleive so don't worry about making a mistake. We learn from what we do and build on that, so don't try to be perfect, JUST HAVE FUN!!!
Remember this is just a game and games are supposed to be FUN!
If some of us are disguised as "Big Orcs" would it be amiss for us to stage a little infighting to turn the attention off someone else long enough to cast a spell to stop what's going on? Orcs are a very rough race and I know they fight with each other as much as their enemies.
It just occurred to me that it seems like exposing themselves and jeopardizing the entire mission and thus probably the entire world seems like the bigger crime here. Where is the grey line for Paladins (even they have some grey areas!) when saving the life of one person could doom everyone?
Posted on 2013-07-17 at 14:30:53.
Edited on 2013-07-17 at 14:38:02 by Kriea