Friday, June 30, 2017

In honour of Canada’s 150th birthday, here is a character class for Labyrinth Lord.

In honour of Canada’s 150th birthday, here is a character class for Labyrinth Lord.


The Canadian
(A Character Class for Labyrinth Lord)
Please replace the following traditional stats with:
As usual roll 3d6 in order
Strength = Cross Checking
Dexterity = Faceoff/ Glove Reflex
Constitution = Beer Drinking
Intelligence = Zamboni Driving
Wisdom = Knowing how to spell Saskatchewan correctly
Charisma = Politeness
The Canadian is generally a peaceful, polite race that likes to eat donuts, maple syrup covered pancakes, French fries covered in gravy and cheese curds.  If you were to compare the Canadian with a fantasy race, they would probably fall into the Halfling category, specifically because of the similarity’s, and the need for snacks.
While you would think that Canadian’s could reach 20th level (due to nationally covered healthcare program), this is not the case.  For the most part because of their love for greasy French fries covered in cheese and gravy.  (And long wait times in hospitals) Presented here are 8 levels, upon reaching 8th level the Canadian retires to Florida. 
Level
Experience
Hit Dice (1d6)
1
0
1
2
2000
2
3
4000
3
4
8000
4
5
16,000
5
6
32,000
6
7
64,000
7
8
128,000
8

Combat:  Normally in any kind of Melee combat, Canadians will use a hockey stick (or a Golf Club, depending on the season).  These weapons do 1d6 damage.  The only missile weapons available to Canadians are (1d4):  frozen tennis balls (from street hockey), hockey pucks, and day old donuts.  All of which do 1d4 damage. 

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