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Didn't work for John McCain.
Why not rule that Alchemical Allocation only works once per potion or elixir?
That Crazy Alchemist wrote:
The classic non-apology apology.
You have to in this economy.
I can't say I thought about it explicitly in those terms but I always considered the stat to be the source of the bonus.
Just to be clear, BBT, are you saying a forum post by a former Dev trumps the rule in the book?
Durngrun Stonebreaker wrote:
It's fine if you don't like the rules. It's fine if you don't like the rules. It's even fine if you're ignorant of the rules. None of that changes the actual rules.
Gauntlet: This metal glove lets you deal lethal damage rather than nonlethal damage with unarmed strikes. A strike with a gauntlet is otherwise considered an unarmed attack. The cost and weight given are for a single gauntlet. Medium and heavy armors (except breastplate) come with gauntlets. Your opponent cannot use a disarm action to disarm you of gauntlets.
With 4+IntMod per level ranks in an intelligence based, nearly SAD class, there's no reason you couldn't go from chump to expert flier the second you got the extract.
Wanting to put ranks in other skills springs to mind. Not saying it can't be done but I've never see a player instantly max out their fly skill.
Though he finally did find something that hero labs messed up on, as there was a feat that was only supposed to be usable by orc's, that hero labs listed as usable by anyone.
Off topic but was it Surprise Follow Through? It's listed in the half-orc section of the ARG but is available to anybody. (In that it does not list Half-Orc as a prerequisite.)
alternis sol wrote:
It has to be a one-handed slashing weapon (or rapier or swordcane), not simply wielded as one. Although I think it's perfectly fine as a house rule. I have even combined bladebound with staff magus to create a blackstaff character.
As opposed to a real lightsaber?
I do not believe it was ever made official for PFS (or any other) purposes. And again, I believe the reason behind it was thinking of the armor spikes being attached to a limb, such as a row of spikes down your arm.
Gauntlets provoke, spiked gauntlets do not. Either way I don't believe you can threaten with both at the same time. You would be better off with Improved Unarmed Strike.
I believe the intent was to say you cannot use two weapons in one hand. That you couldn't attack with a two-handed reach weapon and threaten with a spiked gauntlet or something similar. The question then was "are armor spikes tied to a limb?" I do not believe threatening with an unarmed strike was ever considered debatable and the armor spike question was never officially answered. I could be wrong as that debate was before my time here and I am only aware of it because it was brought up during the armor spike FAQ debate.
Jacob Saltband wrote:
Fluff is any text that doesn't fit your position.
But you're not putting the enchantment on the bow, it has to go on the arrow. (As has already been discussed)
And if they can do it for two hours, then anybody should be able to do it all day everyday, right?