He spells hit automatically. Then the enemy has a save.But The fist has a chance of failure. Then the enemy has a save.
Monks have average BAB (3/4th), need Dex/wisdom for good DC and AC, and that usually leaves little Str.
"Devil's Advocate" wrote:
Yeah, I dislike those nerfs.
I preferred 3.5's Celestial/Fiendish improves Int to 3 so they speak common or their own language (celestial/infernal).
The original module had 18 rats too. It wasn't a mistake: they wanted you to actually run NEXT in the old module.
People (players) being lazy now and not back in the day was the issue.
#2 because the spell says it kills them. Not the spells fault the reincarnate fails.
LoFro The Pirate wrote:
Agreed Brillant is over priced.
Lumiere Dawnbringer wrote:
Assuming you don't mind few attacks with a bonus, get ki straps or whatever they are they add +1 to 1-4 attacks based on bab. This combined with an agile Amulet of MF amulet is cheap.
at 8th level, Graceful Grappler cost 2 Ki to grab anything larger sizes (assuming he beats grapple CMD)Chokehold sadly limited to 1 size larger. Which sucks because Pinning Knockout lets you deal double damage while pinning (which Chokehold helps)
But I don't see anything about powerbombing, must be just how he describes it.
Mark Hoover wrote:
Movie Zombies are known as Ghouls, notice they paralyze and make more.Why don't ghouls make more of themselves like the movies?
He got it from Paizo:http://www.d20pfsrd.com/alignment-description/additional-rules
One of the many quandaries good-aligned characters face during their adventuring careers is what to do about the progeny of evil humanoids. For example, shortly into their adventures, an adventuring party encounters a group of goblins who have been raiding a village, leaving a swath of death and destruction in their wake. The PCs track them to some caves and kill them—but the dead goblins leave behind babies. What should the PCs do with those? Kill them? Leave them be? What is the best and most appropriate thing for a good character to do in this situation? Just as there are varying good alignments, there are different solutions to this problem. One good character might believe the children are not inherently evil, that their behavior is learned, and round up the young ones to take them to a higher power like a church, a monastery, or an orphanage set up to deal with the issue of raising humanoid children. Alternatively, he might decide to raise them himself! This could be viewed as the most saintly thing to do. Another character might decide not to do anything, leaving the children to the whims of nature—either the children will survive in the wild on their own, or they will not. Lastly, a good character who believes the younglings can never overcome their innate evil might kill them all outright, viewing the action as good, just, and the most merciful option.
Read last sentence again: Lastly, a good character who believes the younglings can never overcome their innate evil might kill them all outright, viewing the action as good, just, and the most merciful option.
So, you can kill the babies and the game regards this as a neutral act.
Sleeping people are helpless: the ninja was stopped from killing them earlier.
So the Ninja has no grounds for moral high ground on that subject. The Ninja is just upset he couldn't kill sleeping people.
So he acts like you, and this reflection of your own actions angers you?
Wouldn't it be smarter and clearer to just ask why I can't kill sleeping people but you can kill prisoners?
You have heard of executive orders? They are law till congress disagrees and votes to block them.
In American law, Ignorance of the law means nothing. Still committed crime (till proven guilty not punished though).
Breaking a law doesn't make a paladin fall though.
Kobold Cleaver wrote:
Who says they can't defend themselves? Goblins breed like rabbits and we murder them to keep population down too.
Please, play My Little Pony Fantasy 6, a Ff6 version, and say that about evil.Heck, watch My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic and see the episode with Discord.
Evil is not nice and willing to be turned.
Luna was an exception as she was once good, but turned evil.
ToB was Alpha Orcus. What 4E might have been before they nerfed Orcus... sigh, what could have been.
Does need to be a Pathfinder class because Swordsage with that unarmed feat in ToB fulfills this. Get Snap Kick too.
Then you can unarmed strike when you unarmed strike allowing multiple unarmed strikes along with those unarmed strikes. Tis a beautiful feat.
Might as well, use Dragon Mech d20 and their steam guns (2 handed and 1 handed versions), ammo is cheap (uses sling bullets or rocks)
Let Gunslinger's abilities apply and you are good to go (although the 2 handed versions can only fire every other round, but free action reload either version)
No, the god Torag makes exceptions if they provide useful information.
If they never surrendered then you can do whatever you wish to them as they are then enemy combatants.
No, response translates to yes you can target same target multiple times.You have to read between lines regarding the FAQ button.
Yes, it is like spring attack but you get a standard action between moving instead of an attack action.
There are times this is useful (dragons can breath fire for example while Flyby Attacking.
3.5 Loyalist wrote:
I more fear CON drain.
Con drain is more dangerous the more HD you have because every 2 Con is 1 hp/level.
Negative levels area flat -5 hp per negative level.
So at low levels Con isn't that bad (you barely lose much hp till you are out). But negative levels are scary (-5 hp per can be a lot at low level, plus amount equals your HD and you die).
The amount of negative levels is based on age catergory in 3.5, you deal 1/2 the amount on save. So you negate wyrmlings (1/2 of 1 is 0 for them).
But the higher HD ones were dangerous.
Objection floors are impossible because it can't enter/pass into object(s) larger than itself. Floors are larger than most incorporeals.
something might work vs stunned but not blinded or vice versa. Stunned doesn't deny dex like blinded.
So he for 1d4 rd can be sneak attacked, then just +2 to hit because stunned 1 rd.
Read some Tolkien, there were Asia and Africa people in their world. So Ninja and Samurai are appropriate.
Linking us to the rules would have helped...
Yes, you can't echo to more than 1 target unless you are have a higher manifester than their caster level (id echoing a spell).
This is possible due to items, feats, etc that raise Manifester.
Overchannel (does it work?), Wild Surge, etc might help.
Well, 3.5 did allow fire resistance (Sandstorm and Frostburn books go in depth about this and protections).
But Pathfinder never added those type of sourcebooks so not as far as yet.
Wait, how does running Pathfinder in a 3.5 (like Ebberon) setting require conversion? Unless you are using a module, you don't need to convert anything.Maybe warforged could be boosted, but otherwise it works.
You can run Pathfinder if 3.5 settings though.
I'm planning to run Dragon Mech in Golarion (in Rise of Runelords): Varaisia is only continent not affected by Lunar Rain. So PF and Dragon Mech classes (Gunslingers can choose a steam gun instead of gunpower gun if they wish, no touch AC but easier to reload and no misfire).
But the issue is laywers do rules lawyering all the time: otherwise we wouldn't need prosecuters and defenders in lawsuits.
A Lawyer art of twisting text to coax a meaning to make it more advantageous toward their position.
Rules lawyering has nothing to do with writer intent that is just interpretation of the loser of the case. Because if they intended it another way why make it ambiguous?
The author Fish said writers intent has no meaning, the reader makes the intent.
True, though most of that is because of the weird nerfs to sneak attack Paizo added for some reason.A PF Rogue using 3.5 rules would be better, but a 3.5 rogue using PF rules would be worse.
A 3.5 rogue using 3.5 rules is better than PF Rogue, but a PF rogue using 3.5 rules (acid Flask qualify for sneak attack, etc).
Steve Geddes wrote:
3.P (3.5 with some Pathfinder) is more popular than P.5 (Pathfinder with some 3.5)
It is not Open sourced, but it is freely available (well Alpha and Beta versions are). You have to buy the completed versions.
Seeing as I question it: I'm assumingly it isn't unquesionably or even evil.Neutral.
Diego Rossi wrote:
Well, Brawler rage power Barbarians get to TWF with unarmed strikes. So there are other exceptions.