Sort a Renegade Mastermaker is someone who slowly transforms themselves into a Warforged as they gain levels in the Renegade Mastermaker until eventually their type becomes Living Construct.
A renegade mastermaker applies the secrets of warforged creation methods to his own body, slowly replacing parts of his body with mechanical augmentations. He uses state of the art procedures to enhance his body, slowly becoming more and more like the warforged, which he regards as the pinnacle of craftsmanship. His craft does step over the line into a gray area of legality in most of the Five Nations, so most renegade mastermakers find comfort in a nomadic life, always on the lookout for opportunities to learn more secrets of warforged construction.
Becomming a Renegade Mastermaker:
The artificer class is the natural path to becoming a renegade mastermaker, because she gains item creation feats as she advances, and Craft is a natural skill for the artificer. Wizard is also a good entry path, since wizards can pick up Craft Magic Arms and Armor or Craft Wondrous Item as a bonus feat. Intelligence (for spells or infusions, as well as some skills), Strength (to use the mastermaker’s battlefi st), and Charisma (for Use Magic Device) are all key abilities.
Type: Humanoid Skills: Craft (armorsmithing, blacksmithing, gemcutting, or sculpting) 8 ranks. Feats: Craft Magic Arms and Armor, Craft Wondrous Item.
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Tiefling is the D&D way of saying demon blooded.. it is a person who has demonic/devil ancestry and the traits appear in this mutt.. theyre not always half-demon/devil a lot of time they're ancestor is several steps away -- Warforged are a race of living constructs (golems) that have developed sentience.. other golems are mindless and simply obey simple commands by their creator.. these are just as mentally free and capable as a human yet they still have stone/metal/wooden bodies and some of the immunities of golems.. yea so theres your nerd lesson of the day lol.. I GM (run the game) sometimes and I love informing new peoples of the subtlties(sp?) of table-top gaming as it is my favorite hobby
ah yes just regretted i only played D&D 3rd ed at college for a year, I miss it so. well the warforge is a new one to me that would be intresting though from what i see on the current D&D im kinda sad they had gotten too combat based I mean theres no RP but just fighting like hero clix or i think i just missed something
Lol is why I play Rifts, yea the Warforged is in Monster Manual 3 if you wanna look at it.. but yea just don't play 4th and you're good.. yea we still manage to get rp and I game on a weekly basis.. should try and find a gm or group near you.. check out gaming shops.. a lot of them run stuff
4e is fine, Most of the bitching people do about it is stuff that can be easily houseruled away.
Also, I believe Warforged was introduced as a playable race in the Eberron setting (I could be wrong though), which is why someone who's played D&D before (but only vanilla D&D) may not be familiar with them.