305. but when it isn't on the coupon you get in a long argument with the guy that it's not RAW. And you wait for him to give his RAI side.
Sagacious Lu comes to mind, but then that's just 14th century fiction. Probably not appropriate for a 21st century roleplaying game.
The con is that if you memorize one spell of your opposition you are basically a universalist at that spell level for the day. More and you probably chose the wrong opposition school. Of course you could always get scrolls of your favorite opposition spells. And also you can't cast an opposition spell from your bonded item.
Even fools are thought wise if they keep silent, and discerning if they hold their tongues.(don't just try to sound and act smart)
And ask questions, it's a good learning tool and a good social tool because you can get others to say what it is you would want to say if you could provided they say something smart.
Accepting the "buff" might not be against the paladin's nature, but as soon as the wizard tries to get the paladin to do something against his nature he's going to get a new save with a +2 bonus. Are the Paladin's saves that bad or was this just a fluke? He should have had a +5 against the charm since it was in combat.
Lord Twig wrote:
Yeah, until you tell them they have to pay for both ends individually.And don't roll a 1 while using the staff feature.
John Kretzer wrote:
And the correct answer is.
I work in the campaign finance department. Would you care to make a contribution?
John Kretzer wrote:
Why not do it now? Because, I've just become really tempted to just start one for you.
I was hoping you'd say he dragged the mount to the enemy lines.
Yeah, but he'll ram you and probably fall, or pass through a threatened cube.
But then I wonder if anyone has a feather fall available.
I'm a former 7th grader and am happy that the only real choice I had was whether I needed shop/home economics/music.
It would be hard to say you're role playing accurately with a 2 for INT and accept feats for level advancement when an animal of the same INT can only learn 5 tricks.
Edit: In fact I would like to see a playable race that has a - INT modifier.(my resources don't show one) If there isn't one that would suggest that a 3 is the minimum INT allowed for even possessing a character class. Where as a 1 is mechanically allowed for all the other stats.
The way I read it you're talking about wisdom, unless of coures you're talking about undead in which case it would represent your unnatural lifeforce.
Why wouldn't they fire a character with the base 2 in any stat? She says she roleplays what she has, so wherever the 2 goes it would be annoying.
I'd go CN Catfolk (whatever class you like) with the 2 in CHA. Since you say you roleplay what you get you could play it like, well, a cat. This is my world, who let you in, where's my food? Play it kind of bipolar - I want to be petted, who said you could stroke me four times, three strokes is enough, claw, claw, bite.