Wednesday, February 5, 2014
D&D40 Bloghop: Day 5
Going back to my first character I have to say Johan Werper. Since I was playing (mostly) Basic/Expert with bits of Advanced thrown in we decided the maximum level for playable characters was 36. After that characters became immortal. We had heard about the immortal rules, but never saw them. I think at that point they were more rumor than reality.
Johan made it level 30 before my DM decided he was too powerful. He was "retired" and became an NPC, St. Werper, Patron Saint of those who battle Undead in my games later on.
He had lost levels over the course of his adventure career, can't battle undead and not loose some levels sometimes.
I was quite amused when D&D 4e came out and the level max was back to 30.