A question for the whole group, requiring only a very short answer (yes or no, or at most three degrees of maybe/maybe-not/no-opinion). In building your character, did you feel starved for skill points? Regardless of what class you had, did you feel like the skill multiple for it was sufficient to let you represent your concept, or were you constantly having to neglect things you felt were important because you just couldn't afford it all?
BadgeAddict wrote:1. I would very much like to spend less money on my portable hole if you will allow it.
I'm inclined toward allowing it, I'm just not sure what price would be fair. I don't want to make them an ordinary thing that practically every adventurers has, which they would be if they were cheaper than an Amulet of Constitution +2. I'm leaning toward either 5K, 10K, or 15K as a cost, but have yet to decide among these.
2. I will just not wear armor at all since I can summon Inertial Armor which lasts for 1 hour/lvl.
Okay that works.
3. What if the psicrystal was protruding from his forehead instead of actually in his forehead. half in head/half out of head. Otherwise, perhaps it has somehow melted to his chestbone, yet shows through to the surface. (I like the idea of it being a part of him, kinda)
Forehead will do. You can be a unicorn!
4. I suppose I could change out catfall for something else
Let's have you stick with it for now, on the assumption that falling down holes was something you worried about while growing up among the tunnel-dwelling Zh'klet. I think Psions have the ability to change out known powers at some point in their career path, the way sorcerers can change known spells, though I might be hallucinating that. At some point I'll let you get an extra power in place of Catfall, maybe using an item as an excuse.
though honestly...lvl 1 spells all suck in my mind.
Well your mind is wrong. Even among actual spells, Magic Missile is generally considered one of the best in the game, and the text constantly references it; several others are also staples. But we're not talking spells at all, we're talking powers; most of those have augmentation options, which means that they're really never obsoleted, getting better and better at high levels (Mind Thrust being an obvious example).
That being said, I tried to go with a random mish-mash of items, to show more that he had found them then that he actually bought them.
Ah, that's actually quite sensible with your backstory. (Apart from his definition of "found", of course.) I
5. I will adjust my health and wisdom, though i may need some help if there are any major things wrong as I am in no way an expert when it comes to adding all that up.
I'm pretty good at it (less through talent than through obsessive-compulsion), so if you're willing to accept my version I can give you fairly definitive answers.