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Adding to Summon Monster V - VII


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I'm GM'ing, and I'm tweaking the Summon Monster list - removing any evil-aligned entries and adding a few additional ones to replace them. Part of it is that I think good-aligned summoners got a bit of the shaft, and part of it is that the presence of a paladin in the party is going to put a damper on summoning Succubi for the SLAs.

Does anyone have any warnings or advice on these additions:

Summon Monster 5 Additions:
Janni, Genie
Djinni, Genie

Summon Monster 6 Additions:
Shiatan, Genie
Sphinx

Summon Monster 7 Additions:
Marid, Genie (no wishes)
Spirit Naga
Couatl

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