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Epic Variant: the Adari (5E)

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The adari is an invisible energy that fuels the world and binds it together. It has existed forever and some believe that adari itself is the origin of all things, living or not.

After characters reach 20th level, the adari levels can be used as a form of advancement, a way to increase the power of characters who have no more levels to gain.


You'll find in this document, rules for advancing characters for 10 levels after reaching 20th level. This rules are class independant so they can be used by any character in any epic campaign.


 
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Michael S October 25, 2016 10:51 am UTC
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Alright, I picked this up, but reading through it, I can tell that this needs some work. For one thing, it needs its language cleared up, nextly, the mechanic is too easily abused. What do you do if someone actually makes a character that's immune to exhaustion? Skeletons come at a fair share of drawbacks, but I'd gladly trade speech for the ability to be a Frenzied Berserker at all times and get the Adari every waking moment. And that's not the only concern I have; the biggest issue with this seems to be that there's a significant lack for difficulty after level 20. Try and challenge a level 20 party with one or two epic boons. Now imagine what that'll look like with a level or two of this instead.
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Miguel Angel E October 26, 2016 5:42 am UTC
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The Adari rules are intended for the normal races for PCs, I didn't think of a skeleton player character. (Is that a thing?) O.o
If normal PCs have a way to get immunity to exhaustion, then, my bad.
(Though, the Barbarian Frenzy also works on exhaustion levels).

Regarding the challenge, this is of course for Epic level play... obviously it requires higher CR (30+) enemies, crazy things, like those made by dave2008 on enworld. (http://www.enworld.org/forum/showthread.php?468639-5e-EPIC-MONSTER-UPDATES)
As I put it, is an option for advancing characters over 20+ lvl, thus the threats should increase as well.

As for my English, I apologize, I'll check it again or have someone native check it for me.

Thanks for your comments.
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Michael S October 26, 2016 7:01 am UTC
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It just feels like it escalates too rapidly, even for beyond 20th level play. Like, it seems like it's giving too much.
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