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Q & A
Here are some questions which have been asked by various people:
Q:Can I buy magic items with my starting gold?
Q:What is the weather like on Nyternia?
Q:Why is there snow in the central mountain range?
Q:How do clerics work?
Q:What kind of government is Pavalar?
Q:Do the Belar have their own language and if so can the PC's learn it?
Q:What is the power level of the campaign? How rare are high level NPC's?
Levels 1-3: pretty much a dime a dozen. You're not really special on the whole. Some people see potential in you, but then there are lots others if you aren't around.
Level 4: considered a "veteren." People begin to take you seriously, as you are going to be competent, especially if you are younger (which shows you have a lot of potential) . Still, there are a lot of competent people around though, and no one is going to remember you.
Level 5-8: considered "seasoned." You've seen a bit of the world and have some experience under your belt. Normal people won't dismiss you outright, though you'll have no chance of getting to see nobility still. People feel safer when you are around them (asuming you are good).
Level 9: considered "expert." The waves of people are thinning now, though there are still a bunch of 9+ people that exist. The captain of the guard of a large town or small city will be around this level. You probably won't find a level 9 or higher cleric or mage in most small cities (or smaller). There are still enough adventurers level 9 or higher, though, that at level 9, you can't expect that you'll always be higher than whom you meet.
Level 12: considered "badass." There are perhaps 100 or less of you in each country that are this high level. A captain of the guard in a large city will probably be around this level. At this level, you will attract the attention of nobility, though not as high as the king. The king may vaguely know you, but you're not rare enough to not be interchangable with some other badass.
Level 15. There are perhaps 10-20 people in each country that are of this caliber. The king will know you by now, though he still commands enough resources that he won't fear you, but he will definately listen if you have something to say.
Level 18. You would be hard pressed to find an human NPC level 18 or higher. Those that achieve this level generally are going to be dealing with other worlds and matters that go along with that. The belar (a semi-demi-god race in my world) start to notice you. Kings won't want to make you unhappy, if possible.
Level 21. You're epic. No humans in my campaign world have achieved this status.