Character Death and Retirement

Retirement:

When you retire a character, you can create a new character with experience equal to your old character’s * 2/3.  That is roughly equivalent to a drop of 2 levels.

For
magic items, choose one item of your level + 1, one
item of your level, and one item of your level – 1. In
addition, you have gold pieces equal to the value of
one magic item of your level – 1.

For magic items, choose one item of your level -1, one item of your level -2, and one item of your level – 3.  If these are 0 or less, you get no item for that slot.

In addition, you have gold pieces equal to the value of one magic item of your level – 3.  At a minimum you get the same as a 1st-level character.

Character Death:

Character death is a kind of “forced retirement”.  Use the same rules for retiring a character.

Death or Retirement in the middle of a session:

I recommend bringing a second backup character sheet, and keeping it up to date with your “forced retirement” XP.  So if you have a main character with 6300 XP, your backup has 4200 XP.  The GM will try to insert them into the adventure; this may be at a waystation or other safe zone for adventurers (or it can be back at Husk if you are near there).

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