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Then how far do we let it go? Do we allow lying by omission to break the vow? How about using disguise? Can I still use my Vow of Truth if the party rogue lies to get us in the ball and I don't correct the erroneous assumption that I am the 15th Earl of Cukooland? If your looking for a reason to cause failure much like a paladin it won't be hard if you want to do it.
Well back on topic there are plenty of things I am sure we can dig up without touching any media in the last 500 years that would show a non-magical or minimally magical entity doing things far beyond what a 20th level pure martial could accomplish. Which is why so many people get a bit off-put that anything more than human normal is Weaboo badwrongfun. It reminds me of one of the Adamantine threads where any mention of ignoring hardness was met with cries of "It's not a lightsaber".
I was agreeing with you but pointing out that its possible someone else might not.
Might be apparently not wanting to go see the new Ghostbusters makes me misogynistic even though the reason I'm not seeing it is I have yet to watch a movie from those actors and director I found funny. Same reasoning different results simply based on the target and not the actual reasons.
Or on the other side people may hate it so much they will insist a show that has been brought over to the US after being Anime isn't anime. I saw this a lot in college with shows like Transformers or Voltron.
Drahliana Moonrunner wrote:
With this change over I assume their might be some changes to be made to characters out there. Just wondering what the exact depth of rebuild would be. I would assume that it would be to redo the favored class options and anything that you might no qualify for because of lack of bonus.
Gonna throw a FAQ hit up I agree the quoted rogue text makes it a bit more ambiguous.
Edit: From the APG page of the PRD.
Some of these alternate class rewards only add +1/2, +1/3, +1/4, or +1/6 on a roll (rather than +1) each time the reward is selected. When applying this type of result to a die roll, always round down (minimum 0). For example, a half-orc with gunslinger as her favored class adds a +1/4 bonus on attack rolls and a +1/2 bonus on damage rolls when using the pistol whip deed each time she selects that favored class bonus, though this means the net effect is +0 on each after selecting it once (because both +1/4 and +1/2 rounds down to 0). After 20 levels, this benefit gives the half-orc a +5 bonus on attack rolls and a +10 bonus on damage rolls when using the pistol whip deed (in addition to the base value from being a 20th-level gunslinger).
Pistol whip is not accessible till 3rd level.
I feel like it comes down to a few minor things
2. Does the person watching know enough to know your throwing the attempt? If so decide on a way to determine that the character was trying to fail.
3. Would you be expected to answer questions about why you failed? Not super likely but if so then some type of check most likely bluff will be needed.
Basically look at those things and decide the best way to go about it. If the only thing being used to determine if it was a pass or fail is the final result and there won't be a interview about it just let them fail. If they are being watched by someone who know what they should be doing or have to explain why they failed you might need checks.
Not to mention explain it out once they rule it because someone will continue to argue its wrong.
As you working on the bestiary anything you could share to help along with personal work? Mostly what I am wondering is
1. What saves (mostly wondering about Intuition) should different creature types get.
2. What free skills per HD should the different types get.
3. And any advice for working abilities that can't be copied by the existing spell system such as Swallow Whole?
Here is a good distinction at work I share my position with the owner's son. If I want to keep my job I am obligated to show up be at my desk and answer the phone among other things. His son has incentive to do so, by that I mean his dad has flat out told my supervisor that he won't relocate or fire his son he can come and go as he pleases deal with it. But if he does manage to show up for at least 3 days a week he gets he truck payment made.
So we need to "logically" differentiate between using an adamantine skillet as an improvised weapon vs using a body part clad in armor as one. But not between golem naming conventions and other creatures naming conventions?
Wei Ji the Learner wrote:
And that is why one never goes to Goldshire on Moonguard. Also why my wife tends to avoid large player gatherings on most online games unless she has other guildies present.