Okay... I guess what items give players feats.
Secondly can a character create an item to simulate a feat?
The specific feat I would like to get is combat reflexes... but if a generic magic item could be made to similuate a single feat in PFRPG that would be cool.
The relevant sections from Barbarian rage:
I suppose a Barbarian can see or hear the Bard... but I am just wondering if the raging barbar can get the relevant bonuses?
I guess I find the rules a little confusing because of the way it is written in the rules. When you read the feat descriptions and the specific item creation descriptions the writing tends to focus on the spelss that the creator has to cast... when in the reality of the rules it does not matter.
The rules are somewhat confusing. In the description in crafting various items, it often talks about the creator being about to cast the spell required.
The rules also say that for every prerequist that you do not meet that it adds 5 to the DC to the skill check used.
So via this interpretation, a creator can make a magical item without knowing/preparing the spell/s, being able to cast the spell/s and without forgoing spellslot/s for the spells while creating while adventuring all by add 5 to the DC for each prerequist not meet.
It just seems wrong. With this interpretation a mage could create a divine object!!!
Is what I suggesting correct?
Okay James... trying to work out the Aasimar dilemma in character variations.
If you choose to play a non vanilla Aasimar (X-blooded Aasimar - Assimar heritage) are you able to choose Aasimar ability that has a prereq of daylight. Obviously other heritages have an ability that replaces daylight but can those Aasimar trade in the daylight equivalent ability... Such as +2 to a stat for their daylight equalivant ability.
Block Knight has a point. Despite what I've heard on these forums, it's rare that I come across a player in real life that is so heavily entrenched in 'player entitlement' that they'll throw a temper tantrum when they don't get their way. And even if I've come across a player like that, I just think "Man, I don't really want to play with this guy..."
Come in play in my town with my group :)
@The Block Knight
I saw that this was discussed in 2008 but wish to revisit.
I appreciate that packaging is an unknown factor but regardless it helps with a rough estimate.
It is extremely useful in knowing the weight of a product as it will help those who are organising freight.
Also, considering that each item already has the weight built into the system so the shopping cart process can do the maths, how hard would it be to show the weight details on the product's webpage?
I am looking forward to response.
That is cool advice... thank you for sharing.
I am with you on this.