Character Creation

Allowed Sources

  • Pathfinder Core Rulebook
  • Pathfinder Advanced Players Guide

Allowed Races

All races in the Pathfinder Core Rulebook are allowed. However the Gnomes of Dalaeryn are significantly different than those presented in the rulebook. Therefore you will need approval from the GM to play a Gnome character, and you must use the custom Dalaeryn Gnome traits and stats.

Allowed Classes

All classes except the Monk class from the Pathfinder Core Rulebook are allowed.

Allowed Alignments

All Good and Neutral alignments are allowed. Anyone wishing to play an evil character must have GM approval.

Point Buy System Rules

The campaign uses the Point Buy rules from the Pathfinder Core Rulebook and each character begins with 28 points. The GM encourages all players to avoid min-maxing by taking reductions in ability scores below 10 in order to gain more points, but this is not specifically disallowed.

Starting Level

All players will begin the campaign as either 1st level characters, or 1 level lower than the current party’s average level, whichever is higher.

Starting Resources

1st Level Characters

All characters begin with 125% of the maximum gold allowed for their character class as listed in the Pathfinder Core Rulebook.
Magic items may not be purchased with starting gold.
Masterwork items may be purchased with starting gold.
Mounts, other animals, and land vehicles may be purchased with starting gold.
Water craft may not be purchased with starting gold.
Firearms do NOT exist in Dalaeryn, so no firearms may be purchased ever.
Each character begins with 2 Potions of Cure Light Wounds.
Each character begins with 2 weeks of rations, which does not count against the character’s starting gold.

Characters Above 1st Level

All characters begin with the character wealth listed in the PF Core Rulebook (table X, page Y)
Magic items may be purchased with this wealth.
Masterwork items may be purchased with this wealth.
Mounts, other animals, and land vehicles may be purchased with this wealth.
Water craft may be purchased with this wealth.
Firearms do NOT exist in Dalaeryn, so no firearms may be purchased ever.
Each character levels 1-4, begins with 2 Potions of Cure Light Wounds, which does not count against the character’s wealth.
Each character levels 5-8, begins with 2 Potions of Cure Moderate Wounds, which does not count against the character’s wealth.
Each character levels 9-12, begins with 2 Potions of Cure Serious Wounds, which does not count against the character’s wealth.
Each character begins with 2 weeks of rations, which does not count against the character’s wealth.

Character Creation

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