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Plausible Pseudonym wrote:
I understand what's happening. I'm really dumb and have poor reading comprehension. :-(

I like stickers.


There's a meta magic feat for that.


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I don't think I understand what's happening. My intent was to say being a Druid/wiz instead of a Lich because it's better in so many ways. Not be a Druid until I learn to be a Lich.


Westminster Wizard's Golf Club wrote:
Tiny Coffee Golem wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:

Tiny Coffee Golem wrote:
Yea. If I was building a character that I actually wanted to become somehow it would be Reincarnated Druid 5/ Wiz X+
Again, it depends on the person and their goals
Me. Myself. I. Not a character. Once I had effective immortality I'd be able to take as long as I wanted to learn wizardry.
Dear fellow, if you haven't learned by the time you have to settle for lichdom, you'll never truly learn. Your sort never does.

I can't tell if that's a thinly veiled slight or meaningless tautology.

Regardless I'm saying I'd prefer to avoid lichdom via Druidism. Sooo, I'm not clear where the misunderstanding is or what you actually mean.


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Tacticslion wrote:

Tiny Coffee Golem wrote:
Yea. If I was building a character that I actually wanted to become somehow it would be Reincarnated Druid 5/ Wiz X+
Again, it depends on the person and their goals

Me. Myself. I. Not a character. Once I had effective immortality I'd be able to take as long as I wanted to learn wizardry.


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Kobold Cleaver wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:


But why be an 11th level wizard, when I can just be a 5th level Druid?

What would that help? You'd need to be friends with a 5th level druid. :P

Also, don't forget the negative levels/Con reduction. Eventually, without access to Restoration, you always run out of time.

Yea. If I was building a character that I actually wanted to become somehow it would be Reincarnated Druid 5/ Wiz X+


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Klorox wrote:
Plausible Pseudonym wrote:
Arakhor wrote:
Presumably, a Gentle Repose spell cast every couple of weeks would minimise the rotting issue.
A lich isn't a corpse, though, it's a creature.
back in AD&D 1st ed, the lich Szass Tam had a specialized preservation spell to preserve his appearance and that needed renewal every few weeks (for a lvl24 caster), and spent years, or maybe decade with nobody being the wiser about his real nature... that spell could be adapted to PF and used by liches.

I'm confident that spell already exists in many if not most lich spellbooks.


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Cool idea. It's an easy way for a strange tower to appear over night or something.

I would add language that makes it only possible with a demiplane that the caster created. It'll simplify this being used to move other peoples demiplanes.

Also, I'd have the permanency for this be separate from the Demiplane permanency. This includes cost. Just add a line a the bottom. "This spell can be made permanent..." Then you'll want to add that if the demiplane spell ends for whatever reason so too does Align Demiplane regardless if Align is permanent or not. However, if align ends and Demiplane does not then it simply goes back to being accessible only by planeshift, etc.

I'd make the casting time the same as the create greater demiplane spell.


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Planeshift to the astral plane. Never leave. That's pretty cost effective if immortality is your only concern.


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Kobold Cleaver wrote:
A nonevil archmage is more likely to have people they can trust. Failing that, Dominate Person works wonders on midlevel druids. The ritual only takes an hour, and the wish can be done by you once you're alive.

There are many ways to live forever. Lichdom, once achieved, is one of the more reliable.


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Plausible Pseudonym wrote:
Tiny Coffee Golem wrote:
Kobold Cleaver wrote:

*Looks at self in mirror*

what have I done with my life.

Back on topic liches are inheriently casters. Which means all of the downsides can be overcome by their inherent features. Plus they're nigh unkillable.

If you want a body for awhile you can have a body. There are lots of ways.

If not for the inherent evilness I can't imagine a world where lichdom isn't a goal for every caster.

The cost of a phylactery will buy you at least a couple of Wishes to pick what your Reincarnate into as you get old.

How precisely are you going to get these wishes cast after you're killed? Who do you trust that much? Even if your plan works there's a diminishing return after a couple of deaths and/or lifetimes.

But if we're shooting for the stars just pray real hard that some deity will save you from old age. Sounds like a flawless plan.


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Kobold Cleaver wrote:

*Looks at self in mirror*

what have I done with my life.

Back on topic liches are inheriently casters. Which means all of the downsides can be overcome by their inherent features. Plus they're nigh unkillable.

If you want a body for awhile you can have a body. There are lots of ways.

If not for the inherent evilness I can't imagine a world where lichdom isn't a goal for every caster.


What it says on the tin; Caffiene addict 20

When I say council I mean City council. The COC may not need to be a part of that officially


What it says on the tin; Caffiene addict 20

I think there's some confusion about who is making decisions. I'd like to formalize the council so that we can have proper votes and move items forward. All the PCs should be on the council. Should we also include the NPCs? If so who?


I've been reading theses and am enjoying them. I've been using this as a guide. I wish all the Pathfinder series were numbered.


Monkey + polymorph any object


Lord Fyre wrote:
Tiny Coffee Golem wrote:
Half eleven sorcerer with that racial spell that basically lets you cast every other spell.

In other words, an Arcanist (with one level of Core Monk), with the "origin" being a retraining of his Expert (physician) levels to arcanits/monk.

I don't know enough about arcanist to say


Half eleven sorcerer with that racial spell that basically lets you cast every other spell.


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Innevitables wouldn't necessarily come after for "gaming the system," but they would for specific offenses. Like immortality inevitables. Etc.


"as though using see invisibility" See invisibility is divination therefore Mind Blank trumps that ability. I don't really see where there's room for interpretation, but if your DM disagrees that's a function of your game.

Now, if I remember my cosmology correctly, if you went ethereal you would be able to see another ethereal creature who was ethereal, but not also invisible, because that's a function of being in the same state and not divination magic. However, if that same creature was also invisible you wouldn't be able to see them because merely being ethereal doesn't facilitate that.


Is it divination? If yes Mind Blank Trumps it.

Invisibility purge is evocation.


There's a sorceress creature template id start there.


in 3.5 there was the plane mirrors. Basically whenever you entered a opposite alignment copy was created and stalked you. If they killed you then they took your place.


Kobold Cleaver wrote:
TCG! I haven't seen you around these parts in a while. Did you have to deliver some coffee to an island or something?

I was in Malaysia/Thailand for work for two weeks. :-)


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I added this to the agenda for the last meeting of the gay agenda. The ruling gay council has deliberated and has come to a decision.

The official gay decree is as follows:

It's fine. No worries.


It looks cool, but it's a bit expensive for a nostalgic lark.


Never mind. I found another thread.


How does your game handle Tieflings, or other bipeds, with hooves? Do you allow them to use the magic horse shoes?


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FYI: I would totally plan in this setting.


Monk + sor is going to have a bad BaB. Buyer beware.


Dot


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Bandw2 wrote:
Kerney wrote:

I like the idea that all pathfinder players get the abilities of the character they are most emotionally attached to as part of this change.

I'd have an Eidolon.

does this mean i'd be a schrodinger's wizard?

Me too

Edit: Do you have any idea how fast I'd make my own demiplane? So fast.


What it says on the tin; Caffiene addict 20
Counterpoint Gopher wrote:

[dice=Funny Race]1d100

Well, that was boring.

But you're in a youthful body, so that's nice.


What it says on the tin; Caffiene addict 20

I'll be able to work on Meridian in the next day or so. I'm a bit too jet lagged to think straight right now.


dot


What spells does he have memorized? are the guards always within 5 feet?


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The spell says they can be healed that way. Not that they must.

Also, they're not constructs. You don't get the construct template in addition to all of the other good stuff

Also, the devs have said theyre creatures. They eat, sleep, etc. Also they heal like normal creatures. No cheap constructs.


I love arcane casters and PBP. If it's an online game let me know if you'd like me to join and we can talk about my gamer qualifications.


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you can heal the simulacea in that lab, but it's not the only way. once created, by whatever means, it's a creature and can be healed as such.


I love the gestalt concept. It makes for characters more resembling those in books. They just seem more fleshed out. Plus I like options.


What it says on the tin; Caffiene addict 20

You'd be better off just making your death traps the old fashion way


What it says on the tin; Caffiene addict 20
Illia- wrote:
Hmm.. Given a Lyre of Building, do you think I could make a character at level ten who knocks his foes unconscious and then builds giant death game show mazes around them to kill them in amusing and humorous ways?

Like Mouse Trap with swords?


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Rednal wrote:
Everybody would immediately assume it was fake, some would be impressed by the special effects while a few others would immediately claim it had poor makeup and acting?

Right. Prosthetics and CGI


What it says on the tin; Caffiene addict 20

I'm atheist, but this situation makes even me hope for a miracle.


What it says on the tin; Caffiene addict 20

I guess if you have money now is the time to invest before the upswing.


What it says on the tin; Caffiene addict 20
Anaxian, the Knot of Souls wrote:

I'm not going to get posts in tonight.

This election feels like the prologue to a dystopian future novel, and I have some angry drinking to do.

Either the sheer volume of racists has been grossly under counted or something is seriously up with the voting machine.


Thought of a useful one for wizards. Something with animate objects and a wizard spell. Then they can use it to permanently animate something.


Yea. I was interested in the original concept, but not the arena thing.


I'm interested I like high level and gestalt. Up for any AP.


What it says on the tin; Caffiene addict 20

I think bottimg is in order.

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