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  • A true-neutral high elven mage from Silvanesti, I think. It was years ago.
  • Avariel Berserker-Warmage Deep Draconic-Drow Spellblade Elven-Tiefling Ranger-Bard Vampire Katta Bladedancer Many more that I can't think of off the top of my head...and yes, I've played them all.
  • Hobgoblin Ur-priest was probably the most unusual, I played a half-dragon druid character in one campaign, and was surprised at how it wasn't as fun as I expected.
  • most unusual? i guess the one that leaves his moms basement and is able to get laid...
  • I played a Halfling swashbuckler, complete with cheesy French accent....
  • Our campaigns never allowed silly characters, only believable characters doing silly things. I had a human cleric of great wisdom and barely the brains to use it with. He had Wis 18 and Int 6; the minimum to be able to (barely) read the Holy Scriptures of his faith. I wanted to be dumber but the DM insisted on Int 6. And what happens when a 3rd level Cleric encounters an Ancient Red Dragon? (Rolls wisdom....) RUN!!!! He was dumb, but not stupid.
  • I played a bone demon, class monk lol
  • A halfling druid that never used magic and had a 2 foot pole to boot. I wanted the 10 foot pole but they said no...
  • Chaotic Neutral FMU or FCl. Emphasis on the Chaotic Neutral, which allows incredible ability to join any party or cause. Once, we were staying in a town hotel and the townspeople started burning the hotel because we used a little magic to heal someone, and they called us witches. They burned our hotel. I slipped out the back and started fires all over town. Then I robbed the town bank while they were fighting the fires. Stupid townspeople. My party, which had alot of good characters, wasn't keen on me starting fires and robbing the bank, but I told them that the townspeople started it, and had it coming to them. The reasoning was strong, and their alignments began to waver. Another time I convinced the party that it made sense for me to animate dead on one of our fallen party members rather than have two party members carrying his body. Then, we ran into some traps, so I convinced them that the zombie former party member would be a good scout for traps, since he was already dead. The party members' alignments took severe hits after that adventure.
  • Two that tie: Gaershir, the half-elf half-orc that was chaotic stupid. Barbarian. He liked to eat chalk. I also had a Cleric of Cleese, who somehow got a hold of the full run of Monty Python and it warped his mind. He could do anything they could do, but had to use their logic. Otherwise, my characters are usually pretty serious. I did once play a grandmother who used to be a trained assassin... apparently I did very well at it, too. Who knew a twenty-five year old guy could do that?
  • I have a chaotic neutral human wizard who is a paranoid schizophrenic. Wierds the party out when he's talking to things that aren't there.
  • I had a lawful good paladin with a strength of 18 and intelligence of 3. I was like, EAT. SLEEP. KILL EVIL THINGS. He was so retarded though, that he was genuinely good, aside from not knowing what cremation urns were and kicking them to see what would happen. Pretty damn unpaladin thing to do inside a crypt, ha ha. Then I found this crown and put it on, and what it did was reduce my intelligence by three points. He couldn't even walk anymore, and that was pretty much the end of my character since we never found a way to remove the crown. Still before that, I so wasted undead things. :) At one point of the game, I couldn't even defend a town against invading fire snake demon things, because apparently my character couldn't comprehend the concept of sacrifice and goodwill. XD (I wanted to leave my party and help the townsfolk, but the party dragged me off. ) Not really unusual, but fun to play, heh.
  • I had a neutral Psionic Gnome. However, none of the party memebers knew he was a psion, they thought he was just some gnome that hung out with them, and had strange things happen around him all the time, like flying objects and voices, etc... It was fun to play
  • Halfling berserker w/ an alignment of chaotic insane
  • MAN has it been a long time - The 70s to be more exact. A Golden Dragon Magician. (Could change to and perform spells in human form.) I think I remember trying to hide the fact I was a dragon in the dungeons, but didn't worry so much about it in outside adventures. And a Hobbit Thief (male). Was changed into Poseiden's daughter when she stood up in the crowd and said something, I shot her with an arrow, and she (of course) got Divine Intervention. Had to play HER for a few weekends! Remember... This was back in the days shortly after the AD&D books came out. Our DM had had a world from the beginning of DND, and only took the parts of the new rules that he and a select few of his closest friends and assistant DMs liked.
  • A human fighter and my brothers vampire spawn and I baked a cake and spelled on it with blood spare me
  • Not much unusual.. think the most silly was a dwarven defender (god I love that class ^^) who was deathly afraid of darkness and in general believed nothing of what people he didn't know said.. It did lead to some interesting situations on a few occasions, although the DM had to interfere on a few times because I'd been bickering for like 15 minutes with another party member about what way to go ><
  • In a high powered game I once played a Psion/Uncarnate with levels in Thrallherd. Essentially 80% of the time he was a formless cloud of psionic energy floating above a traveling village made up of his entirely disposable thralls and minions. They thought he was some sort of god, and a good number of non-enthralled people followed the village because of the lure of a visible, involved diety who was very close to his followers. Eventually a religion was founded and dedicated to him, and he became a recurring theme in later games where our party would see an odd traveling caravan of thousands slowly pass by, with a translucent cloud of energy floating overhead.
  • i made a half orc that was a barbarian/germophobe. dont know why but i think it was pretty darn funny running into a dungeon and holding a weapon in one hand and then a hanky on my face with the other scream get'em muffled up by the cloth :P
  • half dragon minautaor monk drunken master
  • When the Unearthed Arcana came out I created a Halfling Barbarian. I took advantage of the 19 Dexterity and had a VERY low AC wearing only leather armor and very good hit points. My offense was not good, but I could stay in combat a long time. I even created an origin for a Halfling Barbarian tribe.
  • Mine was a dwarven driud/master of many forms. At 15th level he was wild shaping into a gold half-dragon troll giant wereoctopus, giving him a Strength of 47, I believe, and 9 attacks a round.
  • 1)A young dragon that was the subject of a polymorph curse with his memory erased and taught to be a dragon slayer by an chaotic neutral high level wizard lol. 2) A half-orc with the lowest functional IQ that weilded a large wooden door and his battle cry was "Spoon"
  • A undead, alien, zombie god from an undead zombie god race. They are like the god race of the undead and are also zombies. I won't go into detail as to what they are exactly, but they're very wicked and extremely hard to destroy because they don't rot like regular zombies do as they're a race and they have natural godlike abilities and regeneration as well.
  • Draconic-Drow: Chaotic Neutral who was not male or female named Sexy Cat-Runner.
  • A neutral good paladin/ psychic telepath who is controlled by his freindship crystal. He ended up losing his paladinhood when the crystal whanted his to have a relationship with a cute demones. He ended up sexually harrasing her by healing her in a private place delibratly. At the very end he psy-blasted the party when they were in hell and leaving them to be eaten by other imps. He comes back as an Npc.
  • I didn't create her this way, but I had a female elf warrior who had some unusual permanent effects on her. She was battling an evil wizard who was experimenting with lycanthropy with giants. In the fight, I had a critical miss and the goo spilled on me. She immediately grew into a hill giant size, and the lycanthropy had a mild effect on me, making me a very hairy female, giant elf. The GM was very clever in figuing out how the goo would effect me, and my stats were accomodated because of it. My STR went through the roof, but of course I had to get all new armor made, etc. I use a Maul of the Titans cause it's the only weapon that's big enough for me to use. The downside... I can't fit into most dungeons, caves, pubs, etc. She's about 12 feet tall. So I am limited to outdoor quests. But it does make it interesting during fights!
  • My favourite (and weirdest) was inspired from the Wizards of the Coast message boards. It was a Mind Switched sandwich, with the ability to fly, hear, see and feel. It was also a 20th level psion, so I could use all my powers still. It was also very effective at sitting in on conversations, who would suspect the sandwich?
  • A chaotic neutral halfling weretouched master (wolf style). He had a Russian accent (like THICK Russian) and had a distinct fear of water. My friend gave me the idea for him, just because she's enough of a furry to be excited by the idea of an imaginary pocket size wolf man. -.-
  • Got a couple. The Half-Orc paladin was a bit odd. The Half-Ogre Martial Artist was interesting. Big, dumb, able to punch through nearly any wall. The Drow Martial Artist/Iron Pugilist seemed kind of normal, but laughing off hits and then knocking the opponents head off with one brutal punch isn't exactly a normal drow style. The Half-Elven Bard/Rogue/Swashbuckler started out nice and normal. Then an encounter with an ancient artifact turned him into an ice elemental. How the heck did I forget the monkey ninja.
  • Recently I played a half-orc barbarian that thought he was a full elf. He thought this because the rest of the party was elven. I ended up killing everyone who called me an orc or even mentioned anything bad about me. I ended up getting killed by the royal guard at level 5 because the king called me a smelly bastard orc and spat on me so I hit him with my great axe and killed him. My party survived and I had to rejoin the group as a different character. XD. Yea it was fun.
  • My husbands: Half celestial stone giant samurai, and a demonic kobold monk. As for me, I had a human cleric that was basically a heal slave/turner who didn't like actually helping her party in any way and instead randomly plane shifted the whole party when she got bored.
  • A half-fiend ranger named Rath. He was chaotic good and would go out of his way to hunt down evil monsters. However, his fiendish nature forced him to sleepwalk and mercilessly dispatch every chicken or related fowl in the vicinity of wherever the party was staying the night. As a consequence, my group was run out of several towns while we looked for a cure. Just as we found one, the vengeance of all the townspeople we'd wronged thus far and been unable to compensate (I mean, there's only so much you can pay each night before the purse empties) came in the form of a giant chicken (hen, not a rooster) with the base statistics of a young red dragon sans the fire abilities. I was doing quite well until the DM rolled 2 natural 20s for a critical set and the chicken bit my head off in one clean motion. The rest of the party fled for their lives, but the bard penned a brief sonnet for me, so I guess it was okay. After that....probably a perpetually PMSing gnome bard with a sailor's mouth and a penchant for smacking people with her lute when she was annoyed. Chaotic neutral. Good stuff.
  • I have created a Half-orc Rogue in 3.5 ed DND. I have also played a Half-Ogre Barbarian. and the back ground story is that they are brothers. they had the same mother.
  • We have a half dwarf / half orc in our campaign
  • A chaotic neutral orkish barbarian, male. I recited poetry and played the panpipes, the lute, and a drum. I sang and danced. My favorite songs included Beer Beer Beer, Smash Those who Oppose us, and Ode to a lump of Clay I Found in my Belly Button one Midsummer Morning. It was great.
  • I have had many weird characters. When we play in bigger groups I like to break the insanity of the power mongers to be some weakling in distress :) A 6 year old rogue (Boo) A vampire fairy (Tinkerhell) A girly girl Mourde Messenger (Happy Brightside) A thief that didn't steal, but rather would give up their items (Rona, I think) 2 Barbarian elves (Dumaz Matherfocker and Moeron Stoopidaz
  • I play as a 15 year old neutral good half vampire half human who became one due to the fact that his stepfather killed his mother and tried to turn him but he refused to drink human blood because he belives that human life is preacius so he becam a neutral good vampire it was really odd
  • Before I explain this... Freud has no idea what he was talking about. ... I was once in a game that involved in a campaign that involved a cult of Lady Velanthria... in said cult, the group happened across a poor victim being sodamized to death by a grey render (see attached picture). A while later, I decided to make a rogue... The game was with a few other munchkins, so I decided a pixie rogue (permanent invisibility and all)... pixie rogues are fairly intuitive... but this one was particularly cruel... as he was also a follower of Lady Velanthria. His name was "Contagious Pete" ... and... guess what his weapon was? I'll leave it to your imagination... but, I'll tell you... that was the worst "SNEAK ATTACK!!!" ever.
  • CN Half-Elf Monk 1/ Sorcerer 4/ Enlightened Fist 10/ Initiate of Draconic Mysteries 8/ Warhulk 7. Yes, this was an epic campaign.

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