I've got a whole back catalogue of characters from years ago that I'm not inspired to play and have heard about the option to reincarnate or choice to rebirth.
I've found a historic thread and it looks like it's only really an option for characters over 1k, so tempted to trade in a 2,800 pt witchdoctor who I don't believe hasn't got any tribe members still active.
I can see that you request a 'theme' and stats are based on that and I'm tempted to keep a wizard of sorts, but I have absolutely no sense on what 20 isp might give. Looking at the ISP tables, if an item of +1 casting level is 14 isp I can't imagine it's much. Is it worth it, or would I be better maybe just thinking of an interesting race/class combo and ignoring the isp?
I'm not well up on isps/ rebirths so grateful for any thoughts.
rebirth isp is alot different than item isp... so dont look at the item costs for costs.
a non standard race/class with something a little extra might be around 20 isp... just submit what you want... then put a note on it asking Lee to adjust it accordingly (to add more if you are underselling your self... or take away if you are overcooking it...)
hope that helps.
When I did this as a 3.5k character, I had a brief chat with Lee about what I thought would be cool, and was it doable. Once he said I was in the right ball park, I wrote it up as a points app and sent it in. Lee adjusted one bit, and gave me two options to replace another section.
I would ignore (or use as a v rough guideline) the ISP bit and instead concentrate on getting a rough concept agreed with Lee. I also think it's a great way of getting some cool RP abilities without spending extra points (eg I have that if I introduce myself truthfully, everyone knows I am who I say I am).
Thanks both that's a helpful steer.
I'm currently thinking of a few creative options involving demons... anyone had past experience of a char based on either demon embodying or being a demon of possession?
I'd welcome trading some notes!
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