I'd just have undead traits.
I would be a zombie made from a former Justice of the Peace......
Judge Dread Zombie.....bringing the law to Mabar.
gotta to kick at the darkness til it bleeds daylight - B. Cockburn
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I'd be an Undead Warforged, just to make someone's dumb random-gen Smiting of Ghost Bane weapon useful.
I would have the Necropolitan template because I need to feel something worse than lag:
Any living humanoid or monstrous humanoid can petition for consideration to undergo the Ritual of Crucimigration, which (if successful) enables the creature to become a necropolitan. The petition for consideration requires a fee of 3,000 gp and a written plea.
The Ritual: The first part of the ritual requires the placement of the petitioner on a standing pole. Cursed nails are used to affix the petitioner, and then the pole is lifted into place. The resultant excruciating pain that shoots like molten metal through the petitioner’s fingers and up the arms is not what finally ends the petitioner’s mortal life, however, since death usually comes from asphyxiation and heart failure. As petitioners feel death’s chill enter their bodies, many have second thoughts, but it is far too late to go back—the cursed nails and chanting of the ritual ensures that the Crucimigration is completed.
The ceremony that lasts for 24 hours—the usual time it takes for the petitioner to perish. During this period, two or three zombie servitors keep up a chant initiated by the ritual leader when the petitioner is first placed into position. Upon hearing the petitioner’s last breath, the ritual leader calls forth the names of evil powers and gods to forge a link with the Negative Energy Plane, and then impales the petitioner. Dying, the petitioner is reborn as a necropolitan, dead but animate.
I would be a spectre, being ethereal will be very handy...
I'd have to say a Quell, because intercession is one of the most terrifying things for any divine to see appear in their effects bar.
I don't mean to come across as unsympathetic - but I am, so I do.
a vampire, a malkavian vampire if possible, hahaha
Bodak. I'd make me company just by looking at people.
A zombie. Slow and sure gets there in the end.
In other news:
We shall not, we shall not be moved
We shall not, we shall not be moved
The bridge is below us
We shall not be moved
<seemingly offensive Army of Darkness quote>
I'd like to be a lich, but I don't think a necromancer could actually do that. From my memory, you have to do it yourself.. sooooooo.. hmmmm...
Maybe some sort of ghast. The paralyzing touch would be helpful in devouring prey. Sure, I'd stink.. but meh, that's what Febreze is for.
"Everybody's got a price" - 'The Million Dollar Man' Ted DiBiase
I would want to be a wraith because their glowing eyes are cool, and the sound they make scared me so bad the first time I ever encountered one in DDO.
"Swords will cut you wide open!" - Trip Fisk
Reanimated butterfly. The adventurers aren't going to even notice a butterfly. Much less likely to end up dead again.
Zyinniah Hazelnut and Curissa Hazelnut on most servers.
Wight. because someone has to clean up after the dungeon slaying is over with.
Vampire, Count Dracula style. Nice home, nice clothes, friends, etc.
I'd be a devourer and use the essence of trapped souls to fuel my unholy power.
But not just any vampire! I'd be Count Chocula! Who doesn't like chocolate? And well-fed adventurers are happy adventurers who are less likely to try to dust me.
I'd be a Skeleton. No pesky skin or hair or organs or even bandages to maintain across the eons. Goodbye hygiene!
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