Divine Powers in Echelon

I think arcane spellcasters are fairly well handled with the Eldritch Weaving rules I’m adapting. Bards aren’t specifically addressed, but the adaptations needed are fairly straightforward. The Eldritch Weaving rules I’m adapting don’t really address divine spellcasters. Divine spellcasters also have other powers (domain powers, druidic abilities, and so on). …

On Alignments

Given the scope of the changes I have planned for Echelon, and even just what I’m got in mind for my D&D 3.x campaign, I think it’s a good time to review alignment systems to see what would best fit my settings. It’s pretty easy to say “no alignments”, and …

Echelon Eldritch Weaving Talents

Some discussion around the draft spellcaster talents I posted suggests that while they might be workable as a placeholder, they are too incomplete in that they really cover only wizard spells. A bit of consideration reminded me of the Eldritch Weaver class from Green Ronin’s Advanced Player’s Manual; a quick …

Some Common Talents

I’ve posted some talents for specific character facets (combat and spellcasting), but there are some general improvements that can be made to any character that are probably worth presenting. Everyone has ability scores, and it seems everyone wants to improve their saving throws. ┬áIt’s easy to write talents that give …

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