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If someone says, "Keep the change!" and tries to run away, do they get a save? I've seen players ruin game night arguing over less.
You say THIS CAN NOT BE AVOIDED, but that won't fly at any table I ever played at. Some will throw themselves down a mineshaft, penny and all, then roll up a new character.
If it's an artifact, it should have more powers or other importance.
OK, the picture in the Bestiary has hooves.
While it is not specifically mentioned in the core rulebook, it is still made with major creation. If it was from a bag of beans, yes it would be anchored in the ground. The listing doesn't say how it is activated. The OP/GM would have to tell us how it functions.
I made the wrong assumption that everyone understood I was posting about how I would rule it. I saw no other way to post on this topic.
The list of feats that ought not to exist probably differs for every user. I've seen PCs use power attack, to get past DR.
If you want to get by the fear of giving too much, just give monsters extra feats every even hit dice. It just can't be another monster only feat like pounce or multi armed combat.
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The next line in animate dead tells you you can only get them to follow or stand and fight. It really looks like an afterthought.
You are correct that it takes more to raise them after you put them down again.
About raise dead. Make whole possibly readies a dead body for raise dead. A corpse is an object, and raise dead requires the body to be intact. If you have raise dead and craft miscellaneous magic, you can make raise dead salve. I think this will bring the dead person right back in one round.
Mirror Image now creates what looks like a pillar of melting crayons. You cannot pick out a single target to cast the spell at.
Animate dead can get a slain comrade to walk themselves out of enemy territory. They will only fight or walk, so if you want them to carry anything, put a backpack on them.
This is homebrew so consider
Yes, this is a class feat for Rogues, and possibly Ninjas.
If only this were the homebrew section, where you could suggest that. Oh wait, it is.
Lets go farther. 4D6-3 so you crit on 21 and fumble on 1.
Land of the Dead
Basically, they are enough like they were, that they might not be aware of their death. Other Pre-petitioners or outer planer creatures, might wake them up and help them adjust.
Combat Feat-Rip the soul.
1st level: They can use 1 skill of the host, switching the used skill is a quick action, that can only be done once a round. If both have the same skill, the numbers are added. Riding is like a Magic Jar Spell. Your DC vs the host’s Will save is 10 + highest mental bonus + all levels. The mental bonuses are Wisdom, Intelligence, and Charisma.
Special: When possessed, a medium gives a possessing spirit the benefit of their rider levels. This is involuntary.
1st level: They get a fighter feat, and an energy blast. The blast comes from their hand, does level damage, is close range(25 feet +5 foot for every 2 character levels).
Add domain of terror.
All these spells are now on their spell list.
Move In: They can become the soul of any clone or raised body who’s soul was lost, most constructs, anyone who drew the Void card, a statue someone cast Stone to flesh on, and anybody who was astral projecting and had their silver cord severed.
Magic Jar: Can choose an object they used in their original life to jump into. From there they can attempt to control anyone in possession of the object. Any exorcism will force them back into the object. They can designate a spare object to jump into. All such objects must be on the same plane as the Squatter.
41:Iron Juggernaut:Standard Iron Golem stuck in the mud. The 5 soldiers accompanying it have talked some villagers into helping, by promising to defend the village. It's going in the same direction as the characters. Note that as soon as it's out of the mud it will head straight for the enemy. It's speed is 20 and it cannot run so the characters will soon outrun it. The GM can make it a huge Iron Golem if they like.
My blessed book is my traveling spellbook. If you find a portable hole you can take your library with you. If you find a tattoo artist, you can have them copy spells onto your friends backs. Exact copying will work for spell book pages because they are not magical in of themselves.
Use whatever resources you can get to provide backup.
36:Ghoul Town:The people in the town all look pale and laugh strangely. They seem secretive about food and eating habits. When they notice a holy symbol on one of the characters, they tell them," Oh, another group of adventurers went through here yesterday. They had a different patron but the same mission. You should hurry, like them." GM notes: The whole town is made up of ghouls. They are prospering from the war dead and have become lazy. Sense motive and truth magic will verify their story.
33: Landmines: The town is surrounded by landmines and the residents are starting to fight over the few roof gardens and dwindling supplies. A gunpowder landmine is DC 20 to mark with a flag or put a rock on so it won't blow. It may take several hours to clear a path into and out of town. They are sealed against water, but careful study can allow an alchemist or similar experts to learn how to make them.
The cleric, who can't fight constructs with a freaking staff of life.If you are playing a Magus, you probably have both a bow and several staffs.
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