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Reincarnated Knights of the Round Table

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As with many of my sourcebooks, this one started with a chance purchase in a used book store: a nice, recolored, hardback anniversary edition of Camelot 3000 (DC Comics). Re-reading this classic graphic novel gave me an idea for a short book that takes some of the mechanics I’ve created for use in my campaign worlds: especially the Reincarnate feat, and other feats designed for Culture of Choice and craft a player race as fun as the science-fantasy adventure of Camelot 3000. This book makes an interesting companion to the recently released Weapons of Old, since many of those magic items are drawn from the same tales that inspired this PDF.

Reincarnated Knights are designed as a flavorful counterpart to Culture of Choice’s Pagan Born. Like the Pagan Born, Reincarnated Knights are skillful and somewhat otherworldly adventurers, with the Knights distinguishing themselves with a penchant for heavy armor and a chivalrous devotion to the heroic myth of Christianity. This PDF includes details on Reincarnated Knights, as well as a new Cavalier order: The Order of the Grail, inspired by Arthurian lore and literature.

Since this is a rough, somewhat unfocused title I put out on a whim between larger projects, it's pay what you want. If you like what you see, let me know in the comments and I might expand this into a full release with additional options and a mini-campaign. 

 
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Travis S October 08, 2018 11:48 pm UTC
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This book needs a sample character or two. Lancelot, Percival, Galahad. I'd like to see them statted. Great work, been checking out a lot of your stuff lately. Keep it up.
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Mathew D September 18, 2018 12:05 pm UTC
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I had a chance to take a look at this, last night. This has some great ideas. Camelot 3000 is an underappreciated comic. I like the feats, and I'm intrigued by the "reincarnated race". I don't know if this is meant to be a "template" on top of humans, though. A little lost on that part. Beyond that, I would love to see more of this. I enjoy the premise of this.
I would love to see this, also, as a Starfinder plug-in. I think some parts would make great "themes" and "archetypes" for Starfinder. (Also, makes things a little closer to the comic.)
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Chris F September 18, 2018 5:03 pm UTC
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I've done a few other "Human" races with their own variant racial traits in my campaign settings. While genetically human and possessing the human subtype, these characters are a mechanically distinct race from the "Human" racial entry in the PFRPG, and Reincarnated Knights work the same way. they don't get the human bonus feat or skill ranks, just the racial traits listed in the book. Of course, if you want to run Reincarnated Knights as a template, that'd be easy enough to do. Off the cuff, I'd say it's a +1 CR template.

Good call on Starfinder. If and when I revisit this I'll likely dual stat things for Pathfinder/Starfinder.
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Mathew D September 19, 2018 9:01 am UTC
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Just realized, If you dual stated the reincarnated knight, then you could, theoretically play the same character in both a PF and SF game, simultaneously. That could almost be its own campaign.
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