So a friend of mine decided to take up the GM mantle!!! Very exciting for me since now I can play a character. He opened up the Class Warfare book for us and I decided to give it a go. Here is what I ended up with.
Use your signature weapon to better the life of someone in need.
some dungeon rations (5 uses, 1 weight)
Adventuring gear (5 uses, 1 weight)
Pair of giant weights (4 weight)
My fists (signature weapon, 2 weight)
When you call on the primal spirits of earth, on a hit, choose
one extra option.
While you wield a weapon, it gains the forceful and messy tags.
So long as you are below your Load and neither wear armour
nor carry a shield, take +1 armour. Show off those muscles.
This is your weapon. There are many like it, but this one is yours.
Your weapon is your best friend. It is your life. You master it as you
master your life. Your weapon, without you, is useless. Without
your weapon, you are useless. You must wield your weapon true.
Describe your weapon. My fists. It has 2 weight. Choose the most
appropriate range for your weapon(hand), then pick one enhancement
and one special power it has.
○ Sharp or spiked: +2 piercing.
○ Protector: Two-handed, gives you +1 armour while you wield
it in melee.
When you call on the primal spirits of air, earth, fire or water to
perform a task for you, roll+CON. On a 10+, choose two from the
list below. On a 7-9, choose one:
- The effect you desire comes to pass.
- You avoid paying nature’s price.
- You retain control.
On a miss, some catastrophe occurs as a result of your calling.
So basically I like to punch things. A lot. I’m going run around shirtless and still have 2 armor and my fists hit for 1d8 (2 armor piercing, forceful, messy, hand). My fists allow me to commune with the earth and and such I can punch rocks into whatever shape I want. My punching skills are legendary and have been passed down from generation to generation. Those that see me will know me by my blond beard, rippling muscles, and ability to shape the mountains with my fists. I am Baldwin Armstrong…and I may have completely ripped off the character Armstrong from Full Metal Alchemist. This should be good. I’ll update next week after our first session.