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Chernobyl wrote:Andrew Christian wrote:Chernobyl wrote:Because it was never intended to negate the actual cost of using ammo made of special materials.
why nerf abundant ammunition so that it doesn't affect special materials?
so at this point the only use of the spell is to give you something that effectively costs pennies. so it now has basically NO point.
There are lots of spells you can cast on ammo, that you can cast on the quiver or container after you cast abundant ammunition, that make using the spell fairly useful.
But consider, why is it balanced that a 2nd level spell can essentially replicate thousands and thousands of gold in adamantine?
because then I didn't have to have a quiver full of whatever special ammunition I might happen to need in the game, only a few. Silver, blunt, cold iron, adamantine. why is it fair that a first level spell (aspect of the falcon) can give you the equivalent of a feat (improved crit) and a good bonus to perception that would otherwise cost you thousands and thousands of gold in magic items to obtain? there are many other examples, but that's probably the most extreme.
because its magic!