In Dungeons and Dragons, +5 is the highest bonus a magic item can have (until you move on to epic levels, anyway).
30 Days Game Meme
Day 22: Favorite table-top RPG
Dungeons and Dragons 3.5
Lately I’ve been playing other tabletop RPGs (mainly Pokemon Tabletop Adventures), but DnD will always have a special place in my heart. The countless adventures and hijinks will never be forgotten, and my bookshelves will never recover from the crushing weight of my…extensive DnD book collection.
Team Kobold all the way!
The other night I dreamt I was stating out a DnD character. I actually did the math in for an epic-level warlock in my dream. The most I remember is “Hm I really need one more feat to make this build work, I might have to make this character level 26 instead of 23”.
I literally did DnD in my sleep. What’s wrong with me?
When I woke up my first reaction was “wait a minute, you get feats at levels 21 and 24, not 23 and 26”.
Leprenomichaun on RPG.net sums up my sorrow perfectly.
WIZARDS, DO YOU HAVE ANY IDEA HOW MUCH I SHELLED OUT FOR THOSE FOUR GIANT DRAGON FIGS? AND YOU WON’T EVEN LET ME COMPLETE THE COLLECTION?! I CRY MYSELF TO SLEEP EVERY NIGHT AFTER GAZING UPON THE FOUR LONELY DRAGONS IN MY DISPLAY CASE. They will spend eternity incomplete and unfulfilled. Just as I will. All because of you, Wizards.