If you have a Character who have not been to D&D before. What level they should start with or something? I'm pretty much new.
This ↓((Are the other players coming along, or just Acies?))
Also this ↓I... You said "The party" so I assumed the rest of us were in the shop as well.
In other words: Yes, he definitely came along.Ruby followed Acies out of the palace.
He'd bring a geographical/archaeological book that contains a map of the island with locations for cities, ruins, temples and other locations of interest and brief information on the locations.What do you want it to contain? It would be something Ruby cared about enough to bring on an adventure.
If being a ghost means that they let Acies handle her own business without interfering unless something sparks their interest (a magic item, for example) or their attention is required (such as being spoken to directly, or someone in the group is attacked), then yes, Ruby is being a ghost.Edit: I also kind of assumed they followed her, but are they just being ghosts? I'll continue without people, but I don't want them to feel skipped.
Azaka specializes in using two handed weapons, not dual wieldingRoy Drake
Seeing as everyone is introducing themselves, Roy quickly thought about what he had to say, taking a sip of water to lengthen his thinking time, and after Sam had finished introducing himself, Roy said, "I'm Roy. I have a good amount of combat experience, but I haven't fought in much wars. It's more of a heck ton of practice. I specialize," he tilts his head towards Azaka, "In dual wield fighting, like you Azaka. However, I'm sorry, but if you guys are going to have a stealth mission, I'm screwed."
Sounds good. That works.
I remember reading about these in complete psionics, but I never, ever, plan on including psionics again, unless it's just a wizard/sorcerer that doesn't use material/verbal/somatic components and casts spells solely with their mind. The "two magics" thing is awful, imo.Does the Island have any magic tattooists?