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The Avalon Chronicles

Game Master lynora

This is a high level rules light game set in a school for magical kids, kinda a mash-up of Soul Eater, Harry Potter, and X-Men. :)


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Female awww, but that would be telling unknown
Lord Foul II wrote:
Compare it to elemental immunities.

I was comparing it to abilities that granted certain spell immunities instead. Seemed like a more fair comparison. At kidlet's karate practice now so I can't look through the book again until I get home.


M Scholor 1

Though, something to considider is there is a relatively high-level spell that blocks only a few spells.

Blocking 30 would be Pritty nice.

Elemental immunity acutslly blocks less in a normal campaign.

But those spells and things also come up more, so...

Honestly, this entire post is inconclusive and useless.


Also immune to most intimidate and diplomacy.


Propane is to Firbird as ___?___ is to human?


Male Firebird (looks like this but with blood red hair) Blight Druid 13/warlock 13

Fruit smoothie?
Yummy protein shake?
Lemon aid?


Propane is a gas.

Shadow Lodge

I'm thinking hookah.


M Scholor 1
♣♠Magic♦♥ wrote:
Also immune to most intimidate and diplomacy.

No. That requires a shared language, but also doesn't count as a "language dependent effect"


M Scholor 1

Ooh! What about pure sodium?

Shadow Lodge

Male. Human? Your kidding right. (Gesualt) Ninja 4/ranger 2/bard 1/scholar 1

Aren't hookahs halaucinagetic? Huh.....


Male Weremonkey Rogue/Ranger/Trickster

Hey Lyn, I know regular access to 9th level spells is forbidden, but what about access to a scroll of one for a specific use?

Shadow Lodge

Male. Human? Your kidding right. (Gesualt) Ninja 4/ranger 2/bard 1/scholar 1

It might help if you give that "specific use"


9th level you say? Hmm... No, no, far too dangerous for me to make such scroll even if I could here in my strange plane of existence...


Male Weremonkey Rogue/Ranger/Trickster

I plan on PMing Lyn full details later, after I get home from FNM.


Female awww, but that would be telling unknown
Dragonborn3 wrote:
I'm thinking hookah.

I concur. Not hallucinogenic though. Probably has a similar effect to alcohol on human anatomy. (Reminder that alcohol is an energy drink for firebirds for those that might have forgotten)


Female awww, but that would be telling unknown
icehawk333 wrote:
Ooh! What about pure sodium?

Yummy but hard to obtain. An expensive delicacy.


Female awww, but that would be telling unknown
Monkeygod wrote:
Hey Lyn, I know regular access to 9th level spells is forbidden, but what about access to a scroll of one for a specific use?

That would be situation specific.

Shadow Lodge

lynora wrote:
Dragonborn3 wrote:
I'm thinking hookah.
I concur. Not hallucinogenic though. Probably has a similar effect to alcohol on human anatomy. (Reminder that alcohol is an energy drink for firebirds for those that might have forgotten)

There are tobacco products for hookahs. Or at least I think that's what my friends were smoking. Hmm, they acted no crazier than normal....


Hookahs being hallucinogenic depends on what you put in them.
Their legal use is for tobacco.

If you're thinking of the Caterpillar from Alice in Wonderland, he was probably not using it in this way...


Female awww, but that would be telling unknown

Hookahs can also be used for certain opioids and thus the hallucinogenic aspect. Based on the chemistry of propane, I think it would not have that kind of effect, but would have more of an effect than tobacco.


Also, kerosene doesn't spark and flare.
Kerosene burns hot and slow. More like tea for firebirds.
Unless there's another reason.


Female awww, but that would be telling unknown
♣♠Magic♦♥ wrote:

Also, kerosene doesn't spark and flare.

Kerosene burns hot and slow. More like tea for firebirds.
Unless there's another reason.

That's a very apt comparison. Yes kerosene is like tea and melted paraffin is like warm milk.


With propane in mind, how about butane?


Male Firebird (looks like this but with blood red hair) Blight Druid 13/warlock 13

It could also explode
It all depends on how much is introduced at once, the hot, even burn is more a property of the normal containers of it rather than a property of the gass itself.


Female awww, but that would be telling unknown
♣♠Magic♦♥ wrote:
With propane in mind, how about butane?

Like propane but stronger and with health risks (too pure and it acts as a refrigerant)


Like Marajuana and tobacco?


M Scholor 1
♣♠Magic♦♥ wrote:

Also, kerosene doesn't spark and flare.

Kerosene burns hot and slow. More like tea for firebirds.
Unless there's another reason.

Another reason.

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