Thanks anyway. I guess I'm hoping for responses from those who feel differently. CRGreathouse Community Supporter. Of course, pontus or anyone else can simply say "that's not how it works in my world.
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For other crossbreeds, use your best judgement; I try to limit this IMC. Artoomis Visitor. I agree with Pontus. I wouldn't allow it. A DM can only allow so many race-combinations before he goes right off the deep end. BUT - if you do allow it, I'd use one of the standard race blocks with a little extra flavor text. I know that seems a bit boring, but, frankly, too much flexibility leads to chaos in the game. I would assume that such characters would be being developed for role-playing reasons, thus rule advantages of that selection should be secondary - that's why I say use a standard race but re-name it and give it a bit of a twist - but don't change the rules much at all.
This is the path to sanity. I think I may have caused some confusion. These are separate creatures, not a combo. I already have all the stats for a half-orc, of course, but none for a half-drow - or else I'd already have it figured out.
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Thanks again! Grayswandir Just a lurker. I wouldn't allow a half-nymph either. Well, look at the Half-Orc. It gets all of the stat mods of a Human i. No other benefits save Darkvision, but Favored Class changes to Barbarian. Look familiar? Methinks perhaps those elves and orcs don't quite hate each other as much as we always thought they did. And yes, I am completely serious about this Grendel Visitor. Half-Orc or Half-Drow or Half-Nymph and it wouldn't matter what the other half was although it is presumably human, since it is never indicated that other subspecies can interbreed except those creatures that have a "half" template.
Human it appears is the least common denominator. Mal-2 Visitor. Grayswandir said:. Dragonjester Visitor. Those who look directly at the nymph must succeed at a Fortitude save DC 13 or be stunned for 1d4 rounds. Spell-Like Abilities: Upon reaching 11th level the half-nymph can use dimension door once per day as a 7th-level sorcerer.
Psi SeveredHead Adventurer. According to some 2e stuff, orcs can crossbreed with any humanoid race So it's not possible anyway. All of this added to the swoon and feels. I love listening to this series on audio. The narrations have been stellar. It captures the snark and personalities of these characters. These two are perfect together. They enhance the humor, oddities and characters.
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This review was originally posted at Caffeinated Reviewer View 1 comment. Jun 15, Maria Dimitrova rated it it was ok Shelves: urban-fantasy. This was my first time trying Audible's Originals and while it was a pleasant story there was much to be desired when it comes to character and plot development. Though it's probably due to length constrains, everything felt rushed and the characters were rather one dimensional.
View all 5 comments. Jul 06, Stacey is Sassy rated it really liked it Shelves: audible-escape-original , audio , a-touch-of-magic , heroine-drove-me-batty , para-fantasy-series. This Tree Nymph was really blue I enjoyed this short little trip back to Mystic Bayou and catching up with that crazy gang of shifters. I did find the heroine a little odd and she seemed very cranky and rude for most of the story. The hero was way too sweet for her but I understood the effort he went to considering she was one of his first crushes.
The narrators do a good job and I found them very easy to listen to. The mayor is still my favourite character in this series an This Tree Nymph was really blue The mayor is still my favourite character in this series and every mention puts a smile on my face.
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I will keep an eye out for more instalments in the future and hopefully, they will be a wee bit longer. View 2 comments. Sep 28, Lover of Romance rated it really liked it Shelves: style-novella , trope-unrequited-love , topic-magic , trope-fish-out-of-water , setting-louisianna , topic-beta-hero , topic-spirited-heroine , trope-enemies-to-lovers , trope-opposites-attract , pub This was such a lovely story and I really loved getting another addition to this series into the Mystic Bayou.
This is probably one of my favorite settings I have read in romance.
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I just love it so much and this was a charming addition. Now I will be honest in that this book might not be for everyone. It is much shorter and the heroine is a bit off putting at times and I really struggled with her attitude towards our hero. Once you get the full story in her past, you find more understanding but This was such a lovely story and I really loved getting another addition to this series into the Mystic Bayou.
Once you get the full story in her past, you find more understanding but at the same time she pretty much punishes the hero for a crime that someone else committed against her and it just seemed like she hadn't really come to terms with her past. I truly loved the hero he is so kind, thoughtful and stubborn in his pursuit of her.
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I really admired his tenacity in not giving up on her even when she can get pretty mean at times. Quite frankly I feel like he deserved someone that treated him better. But I did love seeing their interactions once certain aspects get resolved here. Very sweet and had a certain charm to it. I didn't read the previous stories in the series, but I don't think it's necessary to enjoy this one. Like a lot of Molly Harper's stories this was light, sweet, and a bit slapstick funny in parts.
Liked that the heroine was a tree nymph, a supernatural creature I've never read about before. Ingrid was guarded, but likable and pretty funny in parts. Rob was just an all-around sweetheart.