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The Circle Of Salt Presents
NE Kansas Dungeons & Dragons Store and Convention Events
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Frequently Asked Questions And occasional answers… Circle of Salt Q: When does the Circle of Salt play? A: Venues and times change, but we will try to keep the Circle’s calendar updated. The calendar can be seen here. Q: What edition of D&D does the CoS play? A: We’re pretty much all about the 5th edition of D&D, or, as we like to call it, the ‘Best Parts Edition’. Q: Do I need to bring anything? A: Mostly yourself, and a pencil would be good. We generally have pre-generated characters for new players. Other things can be found here. Q: I’m nervous about playing. Would it be alright if I just came and watched? A: Please do! We don't bite, and we'll at least try to be entertaining. However, 5e is very new player friendly and even with little experience it is very easy to learn while playing. Q: Can I bring an existing character, or do I need to make a new one? Q: Can I take my character to Adventurers League events? A: CoS allows valid Adventurers League characters with no modifications to play. Be aware, however, that CoS characters are not AL legal. If you wish to play AL legal characters at a con or other Al event, you should keep a copy of our characters. This is outlined in the Concordant Opposition Society rules. New characters should be created at level 1 using the CoS rules. Q: What resources can be used to create characters? A: By and large, any official 5e published materials by Wizards of the Coast are allowed, with a few exceptions: While a DM may create a Ravnica campaign and use the Ravnica book for their players, Ravnica’s races and backgrounds are too different from the rest of the 5e books to be easily accommodated. What happens in Ravnica, stays in Ravnica. Races that allow flying at level 1 are not allowed. The Death Domain Cleric and Oathbreaker Paladin from the DMG are not allowed. A more exhaustive list can found on pages 3-4 of the Concordant Oppositional Society Rules.
Q: Can I play [insert homebrew class from DandDWiki here]? Q: Can I play the Artificer/Mystic/Revised Ranger from Unearthed Arcana? A: The CoS does not allow homebrew classes or races from unofficial sources or playtest material. All Unearthed Arcana, including Eberron from the DMSGuild, is playtest material, and thus not allowed. CoS does allow ‘reskinning’ of races and classes, however. Want to play a Giff? Make a goliath character, call it a Giff. As long as the race and class follows official sources, cosmetically changing something is perfectly allowable. Q: But D&D Beyond has all the above. That’s an official resource, right? A: D&D Beyond is a website and app that has licensed WotCs books and intellectual property and provides tools to play and DM D&D. It is not run by WotC, and by occasionally has homebrew and Unearthed Arcana enabled in its character creation. Uncheck "Homebrew" and “Playtest Material” in D&D Beyond and that should filter everything you can use. Always verify that an available item is printed in one of the allowed resources. Concordant Opposition Society Q: What the hell is this? A: The Concordant Opposition Society is a framework for local organized D&D that doesn’t rely on a centralized authority. The goals are to be simple, primarly ‘rules as written’, rely on the local DM discretion, and above all, be fun for the players. It was brought about by the Season 8 changes in Adventurers League where were, to our thinking, decidedly ‘not fun’. Eris
© CircleofSalt, LTD 2018 Google Analytics is a web analysis service provided by Google. Google utilizes the data collected to track and examine the use of this site, to prepare reports on its activities and hare them with other Google services. No personal data is collected. Google may use the data collected to contextualize and personalize the ads of its own advertising network. Personal data collected: Cookie and Usage Data. Place of processing: USA. Find Google's privacy policy here.
Frequently Asked Questions And occasional answers… Circle of Salt Q: When does the Circle of Salt play? A: Venues and times change, but we will try to keep the Circle’s calendar updated. The calendar can be seen here. Q: What edition of D&D does the CoS play? A: We’re pretty much all about the 5th edition of D&D, or, as we like to call it, the ‘Best Parts Edition’. Q: Do I need to bring anything? A: Mostly yourself, and a pencil would be good. We generally have pre-generated characters for new players. Other things can be found here. Q: I’m nervous about playing. Would it be alright if I just came and watched? A: Please do! We don't bite, and we'll at least try to be entertaining. However, 5e is very new player friendly and even with little experience it is very easy to learn while playing. Q: Can I bring an existing character, or do I need to make a new one? Q: Can I take my character to Adventurers League events? A: CoS allows valid Adventurers League characters with no modifications to play. Be aware, however, that CoS characters are not AL legal. If you wish to play AL legal characters at a con or other Al event, you should keep a copy of our characters. This is outlined in the Concordant Opposition Society rules. New characters should be created at level 1 using the CoS rules. Q: What resources can be used to create characters? A: By and large, any official 5e published materials by Wizards of the Coast are allowed, with a few exceptions: While a DM may create a Ravnica campaign and use the Ravnica book for their players, Ravnica’s races and backgrounds are too different from the rest of the 5e books to be easily accommodated. What happens in Ravnica, stays in Ravnica. Races that allow flying at level 1 are not allowed. The Death Domain Cleric and Oathbreaker Paladin from the DMG are not allowed. A more exhaustive list can found on pages 3-4 of the Concordant Oppositional Society Rules.
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