Prestige Points

Prestige

Prestige

Prestige points are designed to be tangible in-game rewards for out of game contributions. Generally, contributing a character background or portait, writing a character journal entry, or adding something constructive to the website will result in at least one prestige point (occassionally 2 for exceptional work). There are two ways to use prestige points. The first is on a per session basis. Smaller rewards that the points can be spent on for a one-time bonus, and at the end of the game session, the points are returned. The second way is to permanently burn the points for a greater, sometime permanent effect. Points spent during a session can still be burned. For example, Krothan has 9 prestige points. There is a difficult battle coming up, so he decides to spend 2 points to win the initiative and another 6 points to gain an extra attack in the first round. He also decides that he might as well increase his strength from 15-16, burning 6 points. This leaves Krothan with 1 point left to spend during the session, and when the session is over, his pool will recharge back to 3 points, unless he decides to burn any further points.




Prestige Point Cost (per session)
Bonus to a d20 Roll:
+2
1
+4
3
+6
6
Reroll attack or Damage
2
Reroll Saving Throw
2
Reroll Skill Check
2
Cancel a Critical Fumble
1
Win Initiative
2
Stabilze Below 0 HP
1
Gain an Extra Attack
6

Prestige Point Cost (Permanent expenditure)
Negate a Critical Hit
1
Survive a Fatal Blow (at 0 HP)
3
Gain and Extra Attack
1
+20 to Next d20 Roll
1
Reroll HP when Leveling Up
2
Permanent +1 Luck Bonus to a Skill
2
Gain a Feat (must meet pre-reqs.)
8
Raise Ability Score 1 Point
New Stat is 10 or Less
2
New Stat is 11-13
4
New Stat is 14-16
6
New Stat is 17-18
8
New Stat is 19-20
10
Gain XP Equal to Current Level x 1000
20


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Prestige Points

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