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Delver Bash

 

The MisCon Delver Bash has an entry fee of $5.00.

The winner of the Bash will get $2.00 out of every five.

2nd Place will get $1.00 out of every five.

MisCon will get $2.00 out of every five.

 

The Delver Bash Official Rules

Basics

The only references that will be allowed are the D&D 3.5 Edition Dungeon Master's Guide (DMG), and the Player's Handbook (PHB). Nothing else is authorized.

1st - Experience Points (XP) - You have 75,000 with which to build your character's abilities, class(es), level and hit points.

Ability

Price

Ability

Price

Ability

Price

Ability

Price

Ability

Price

11

100 XP

13

550 XP

15

1,100 XP

17

1,650 XP

19

3,000 XP

12

500 XP

14

1,000 XP

16

1,500 XP

18

2,000 XP

20

5,000 XP

All abilities start at a base of 10. Any race may buy a 20 in any ability.

2nd - Class, Level, Hit Points - Use any remaining XPs to buy your level and maximum hit points, if you'd like.

3rd - Equipment - You have 750,000 gold pieces with which to equip your character.

4th - Follow the Design Time Rules - these are regulations, clarifications, and Delver Bash specific issues/items to
be aware of while building your character.

5th - Follow the Bash Rules - These are clarifications, reminders, prohibitions, and Delver Bash specific issues to follow during play; don't violate them during design time either!

 
6th - Magic Items: You now have more freedom with magic items. You can make the following modifications to your chosen tools of destruction:

Example: Bracers of Deflection +5 would cost 60,000gp (50,000 times 1.2)

Example: Bracers of Deflection +5/Armor +5 would cost 165,000gp (1.5 times the total of 60,000 (for swapping the Ring of Deflection to Bracers of Deflection) and 50,000 (the cost of the Bracers of Armor))

Example: Pocket Hanky of Major Displacement would cost 125,000gp (50,000 times 2.5)

7th - Do your Math! - Have your buddy help with the tough addition

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