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Andoran

I'm guessing, no arcane skill, but 2 spell cards in her deck.

Andoran

Of course since you're not playing OP, you can do what you want. There is no PFACG police watching over your shoulder. ;)

Andoran

Also good luck with the

PRD wrote:
A complex process requiring at least 24 hours, 100 gp per hit point, and a fully equipped magical laboratory can repair damage to a simulacrum.

Assuming the GM actually allows the OPs situation.

Andoran

PRD wrote:
Simulacrum creates an illusory duplicate of any creature. The duplicate creature is partially real and formed from ice or snow.

I think a Simulacrum is part illusion and part golem-ish. So the real question is, can Magic Jar affect non-living things like golems or corpses? I think not since when the possessed host is slain (and becomes a corpse) you are expulsed from the possessed body.

So I think you can't Magic Jar a Simulacrum.

Andoran

Cartman - so you're saying we're moving from the Dungeon's and Dragons base to the Capitalism and Corporations base?

Andoran

But also if you play RPG PFS you also have to start a new character. If you've gamed for years, you probably have a couple characters that you've played for a heck of a lot more than 40 hours. Then you join PFS and you have to create a level 1 character. It doesn't seem unreasonable to me to have to start from scratch when you starting fresh in a special campaign.

Also, if I've followed everything right (and I might be wrong) the RotR characters will be legal for PFSACG in case you REALLY like one of those characters. You just have to start it from level 1.

Andoran

I generally look at hand size as a liability than a bonus. Maybe hand size of x = 6-x points?

Andoran

Yes, magic items were absolutly needed for higher encounters, but the hybrids still unfortunatly fell noticibly behind. I never bought Monsters of Luclin, only the Norrath one.

Andoran

Swords and Sorcery did an exceptional job bringing the video game to PnP.

Xenh - A lot of what you point out was indicitive of the original EQ video game (back when there was only 0-2 expansions). The genre went down hill with WoW dumbing the genre and status quo down. EQ eventually followed with its expansions.

Other genius things found in EQ was the mixture of mobs so that you couldn't say that a zone was STRICTLY for lvls 1-3. There were some lvl 5-7s roming the area that would take you out if you wern't careful. Also there was the intermingling of the factions. If you ducked into the wrong house in a town you were suddenly in the necromancer's guild and they all just decimated you for being a paladin.

Drejk - the spell lists mimiced the EQ video game almost exactly. The video game was based on mostly fighting and very little non-combat activities.

The biggest issues we had with it when we played was at higher levels. DR was through the roof to compensate for the high damage output which crippled most mid-low damage classes. Also the bestary gave great templates to make high level monsters, but gave no pregenerated ones - the DM had to create almost every monster in his campaign from scratch with the templates.

Andoran

2nd ed Zaratan bomb:
- Fly over enemy
- Pull out a bag of mosquitoes
- Cast Polymorph Other on a mosquito, turning it into a zaratan.
- Fly away with a job well done.

Andoran

Yay Brian!

Andoran

Hogarth wrote:

Wiggz wrote:

It can move into a space occupied by a creature whereupon it deals damage and stops moving. If the creature remains in that square it deals its damage again the following round on your turn and can not move (or it can move out of the square without dealing damage depending on the caster's choice?).
I would rule that the flaming sphere always does damage at the end of the caster's turn, so if the caster moved it out of the square the creature would take no damage. Again, not clear.

I don't agree with this. Would the same apply to a Wall of Fire? Can I walk through it without being hurt because it doesn't do damage until the caster's turn? I don't think so.

I do agree with the rest of Hogarth's comments.

Andoran

Thinking about it in terms of real life and my karate experience - I can wield a "monk" weapon and hit with full STR with my empty off-hand. I don't know how it would work with a non-monk weapon though.

Andoran

Cure Light Moons

Andoran

I know this isn't going to happen (or be popular) but I think Paladin (and maybe Samurai - I don't know enough about that class though) should be a prestige class of Cavalier.

Andoran

Summoner - Eidelon only gets one primary attack (or one set in the case of a pair of claws). Any other attacks become secondaries. I think that could nerf Summoners down to almost reasonable without being too harsh. Anyone agree or disagree?


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