My wizard charges 65%. I see on these messages boards all the time people saying the party should chip in to buy the cleric his first wand of CLW but that has never happened for me. I do it because even though there is little reason for me to cast hast on myself the party loves it when I can pull out a want to cast it on them. So yeah I charge over cost but this way I can have items that you would like for me to use on you when the time comes.
I do it because I like being the one that's in charge of the party's disposable funds. We are playing kingmaker right now and something just happened that hit our kingdom in the coffer hard and my wizard was able to just give the kingdom 50,000 GP. Everyone else had they're gold spent. I think if I hadn't done this it would have been the end of the campaign.
It's in the core rule book on page 144 under Weapon Size in Inappropriately Sized Weapons:
Detect Magic wrote:
He might not suffer a penalty sight-based Perception checks, but he might suffer a penalty on all ranged attack rolls (due to his lousy depth perception).
I am one of the best shots with a gun that I know. I think it's because most people are thrown off by having to close one eye
edit: I am bad at throwing thing
And yes the dead magic would work against the dragon as well but he is still looking at being able to fly, use breath weapons, be colossal and have his damage reduction, all against pc's that would at best be completely mundane with no ability to cast a including spell like abilities
It would lose it breath weapon it's supernatural.
Kelsey MacAilbert wrote:
That is genius.
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I love making magic item. The idea that this item could be around for a lot longer then my character is what bring me to it. I hope this book will finely let me put my maker's mark on at lest one artifact, something that the ELH didn't even let me do (not very epic).
EDIT:sorry reposted in the right thread
My question is why is it under heavy blades for fighter weapon treaning
Blades, Heavy: bastard sword, chakram, double chicken saber, double walking stick katana, elven curve blade, falcata, falchion, greatsword, great terbutje, katana, khopesh, longsword, nine-ring broadsword, nodachi, scimitar, scythe, seven-branched sword, shotel, temple sword, terbutje, and two-bladed sword
Is it like the two-bladed sword
Mirrel the Marvelous wrote:
Another one that gave us problems was Lolth. My DM found a Lolth hit squad in a dragon magazine. After that we couldn't kill a drow cleric that was higher than 3rd lv without them hunting us.
You can find it on page 219 of the CRB
happy belated birthday RD
Then you might want to look go to here.
nate lange wrote:
You would get all your spells. The unearthed arcana even talks about all the spells the soorcerer/wizard would get
This is the only way I know.
Warslinger: Halflings are experts at the use of the sling. Halflings with this racial trait can reload a sling as a free action. Reloading a sling still requires two hands and provokes attacks of opportunity. This racial trait replaces the sure-footed racial trait.
I like this alot. I always have dozens of characters rolling around in my head. Now when I make a background I can use some of those chacters to help fill it out.
Fake Healer wrote:
In 3.5 there was a prestige Class called Samurai Master. My DM stoped me from making Samurai Master Baiter.