I forgot about one of the downsides of playing yourself in a game. Contacts with no replacements. Once I'm out of contacts faces are blurry to me 20-30 feet away. :(.
Well then you will have to hope that you do not lose your contacts. Or hope that someone can make you a pair of spectacles to wear. Makes it hard to shoot someone with a bow if you can not see them.
I will have to just deal with the vision issues. I hate wearing glasses and won't wear them in the game. Druids can't use ranged weapons much anyways. It will cause other problems though. She at least has wild shape to see with eventually.
If you have vision issues if you take on wild shape your vision will not improve but gets transferred with the new shape. Yes this will be interesting to say the least *smile*
And yes Abinninja you have it correct that is why I said the rules are based on 3.5 Dungeons & Dragons. Some things will be the same but will have a few small changes.
You should take the shaky disadvantage, which gives you a minus two to archery. Then call it nearsighted and you get another feat. If it's okay to change the disadvantage slightly with KN.
If you want to add flaws I can work with that but it will not always help her in the long run. Being near sighted does not get her another feat as it is a flaw not a feat.
Sorry, I made an assumption here. When you use pathguy, which I've been using for a while, and take a flaw you get an extra feat. That's also how it's been in most games I've played… but not all. If that's not a rule you use so be it, you are the Dungeon Master. And, this 3.5 with a twist.
EDIT Also, I activated my gem.
Edited: Abnninja on 17th Apr, 2017 - 4:15am
I have no issues with the gems. Yes I understand that in some games that they allow a extra feat if you take a flaw. I think in this game that since it does not specifically state that we will not do that if you wish to take a flaw.