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?
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?
I am not sure of this. It states that you can not 5' step if you take any toe of movement. Moving to speed is obvious but things like drawing a weapon or wand or standing up from prone are not so clear.
What move actions or part of move action can you take that also allow you to take a 5' step?
Here is a question for rule gurus. Timing of events following core PFRPG rules.
Grace - spell
School abjuration; Level cleric/oracle 2, paladin 1
Okay, a character moves an unknowingly provokes an AoO (free action) from a creature. Can the character use a swift action to interrupt the AoO to cast Grace which would in turn mean the creatures AoO is cancelled?
I use cancelled as a lack of a better word... Interrupt maybe better but that would be too many interrupts! My logic is as the character moves the creature responses to movement to attack but the swift action would allow Grace to occur meaning the movement does not provoke an attack of opportunity.
Or is my logic too 'stack' orientated?
For starters I do not own this book yet. I do however access play material via herolabs.
Herolab is forcing me to take a heritage but the default aasimir is not one (+2 WIS/CHA and 1/daylight)
When I choose one of heritages it changes the default stat bonus and replaces daylight. Most of the alternate racial traits replace daylight, as a result, picking a heritage means you can no longer pick racial traits replacing daylight. This does not seem correct to me or does it mean that you have to be a default Aasimir to have a different racial trait?