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Her wisdom draining attack targets touch AC of the opponent.
Daniel Kre wrote:
The thing you have to be aware off is that the mount functions as an animal companion. While the horse itself is an OK AC (and accepted in civilized areas!), I'd stay away from more powerful animals like e.g. big cats (lion, tiger etc) or dinosaurs which are quite effective as melee combatants even up to higher levels.
Look at it from a balance point of view: the cavalier is already a full BAB martial class with some extra goodies; her damage output would increase significantly if Battle Cat would come into play.
The "ge(o)pard" would be the cheetah btw.
Edit: Bah, that's what you get when you read up on He-Man and Cringer! Ninja'ed. And linkified.
Krunk CN wrote:
What makes you say he can activate the mask with just verbal. When you use an item to cast a spell, you basically cast it yourself using the item's caster level. This item has full somantic, verbal etc so it would provoke and be a standard action from my understanding of the rules.
From the Magic item--Woundrous items section: wrote:
Activation: Usually use-activated or command word, but details vary from item to item.
I forgot which issue it was, but the edition of Wayfinder that focused on Varisia had an article on how to adapt "Rise of the Runelords" as an evil campaign. In it, the PCs seek to claim the power of the Runelords for themselves.
That would be Wayfinder #7.
Wayfinder #9 had "Council of Thieves As An All-Drow Campaign" which by PF canon is for evil (powerful) PCs.
Only that PF doesn't work like that as it does not specify hit zones or similar.
Personally: no, as I've yet to play the card game and would at this moment scroll right over to the next article.
Somehow my first thought was: Oh, cool, divs!
The Carrion Crown that sits on Carrion Hill sends out a Carrion Call to the Carrion King... not to be confused with The Vulture King of course.
Hehe. Was going to post something similar remembering the rumblings about "carrion" in the Carrion Crown AP foreword...
Here's hoping Paizo is writing this as a legit high-level experience, not a cakewalk filled with breezy encounters and an anticlimactic boss battle.
With Nic Logue as author, I don't see that happening. Looking forward to this one!
Another thing could be they do the burglary and meet Jubrayl's gang shop lifting poor old Ven. Might be interesting to see who is going to frame whom for what...
Completely from my point of view and how I run the campaign:
Greetings, fellow traveller.
From the wording I'd go with
The main problem here is not the wording of the spell nor its intention but how meta-gamey your players are.
You know your group best: would they play along being reincarnated into a sub-optimal body (a bugbear for the former face in a human centric campaign might not be something they're able to bear)?
If they say "no" I'd not bother with this spell, if they're willing to invest and roleplaying has a place at your table lots of rewarding moments will ensue, I'm sure.
Would waxen earplugs (the artificial ones...) work? As the baying is sound-based (obvious) and they know about it, they could come prepared. Apply it to the martial characters and let them focus on the hounds while the rest keeps Nualia and such occupied. Once the hounds are dead, they can unplug and go for the others.
per the rules she can't free him, but a lot of GMs let it happen anyway to have another plot option for later
I'd have her collapse the stairs to the second level, have her clear out the crab and use that as an escape route.
I share your concern and I don't even engage in PFS play. Even for our homebrew games use CRB and APG only. Works for us.
Nowhere. If (at all) have a look at the Core Rule Book (CRB) or on the PRD in the Magic Item Creation section.
Also: the price for a fully charged (50 charges) wand of cure light wounds is usually 750 gp which would correspond to CL 1.