Iomedaean Sword Oath:
By swearing to never use a weapon other than a longsword,
you can achieve things normally limited to the most highly
Prerequisite: Proficient in longsword, Weapon Focus
(longsword), base attack bonus +4, worshiper of Iomedae.
Benefit: You may select longsword-related feats as if
you were a 4th-level fighter. For example, you may select
Weapon Specialization (longsword) as a feat.
Special: If you ever use a melee or ranged weapon other
than a longsword in combat, you lose the benefits of this
feat until you receive an atonement spell. You may still use
spells that act as weapons (such as flame blade and spiritual
weapon) without affecting your oath.
This feat is from AP issue #26.
Would an unarmed strike be considered a weapon that offends the oath?
I'm just wondering what the most feasible choices would be for a human kellid that is using the mad dog archetype for barbarian. I'm trying to make one from one of the favored regions for the kellids. I haven't decided which region yet.
Eventually, I want him to qualify for the mammoth rider prestige class. That will happen at ninth level.
I'm making this for PFS play. Any suggestions are appreciated.
Let's say an oracle takes a level in a prestige class that grants an increased level spellcasting only. He also has chosen to have the cure spells as his bonus known spells at each spell level. I'm wondering if that increase in spellcasting would also give him that bonus cure spell known or if he wouldn't get it. Would the same be true of the mystery bonus spell?
In addition to the spells gained by oracles as they gain levels, each oracle also adds all of either the cure spells or the inflict spells to her list of spells known (cure spells include all spells with “cure” in the name, inf lict spells include all spells with “inflict” in the name). These spells are added as soon as the oracle is capable of casting them. This choice is made when the oracle gains her first level and cannot be changed.
Is there anything preventing the oracle's life mystery revelation Safe Curing from affecting the feat Channeled Revival?
Safe Curing wrote:
Whenever you cast a spell that cures the target of hit point damage, you do not provoke attacks of opportunity for spellcasting.
Channeled Revival wrote:
As a full-round action that provokes attacks of opportunity, you can expend three uses of your channel energy class feature to restore a dead creature to life as if you had cast the breath of life spell (Core Rulebook 251).
For PFS I have a Tengu Gunslinger. I would like to have the axe beak from quest for perfection as a mount/companion. I need the appropriate class feature to use the axe beak. I figure a one level dip in Druid or Cavalier would be best. With Druid, I lose a point of BAB, but I could forgo metal armor and use Cure Light Wounds.
Just wondering what the best route would be. Thanks.
Ifrit sorcerers with the elemental (fire) bloodline treat their Charisma score as 2 points higher for all sorcerer spells and class abilities. Ifrit spellcasters with the Fire domain use their domain powers and spells at +1 caster level.
I just wanted to be sure about whether this also affected the number of bonus spell per day for a sorcerer. I want to think it does, but I'm not completely sure. Also, does it affect the DC of the spells. The way it's written, looks like it would affect everything for spellcasting that affects the sorcerer's spellcasting.
I just received my hard copy shipment. I was just flipping through the new AP and notice that pages 57 - 64 are damaged. The damage is at the top of the pages. It looks like they might have been damaged when the pages were being cut to the proper size and the little extra flap folded over so that they are sticking together. There are several tears in that section. Everything else seems fine.