I'm looking at the next rogue talent for one of my characters and Dampen Presence seems like an interesting choice.
I've already verified it is legal, the problem is how best to present it.
It allows both versions of Dampen Presence.
Magic Tactics Toolbox has it as a rogue talent. AR says "The investigator and rogue talents in this book are legal for play except unlock ki." making it legal.
Dungeoneer's Handbook has it as a feat on pg. 10. AR says "Feats: all feats on pages 8, 10, and 12 are legal for play; "
Since the rogue talent makes reference to a feat in a different book, do I need to bring both sources? What is the best way to present it?
I normally carry the books on my iPad as PDFs, but this seems like it would be something a GM might want to look at more closely than just reading it once for a couple of seconds.
On a related question, would someone be required to have both sources if they wanted to take it as a rogue talent? I do own both, so in this case it isn't a problem for me.
|Kevin Willis Venture-Lieutenant, Texas—Dallas & Ft. Worth aka Belafon|
Factual answer: Yes, you need both books (one to verify that you can take the feat as a talent and one to actually present the text of what the feat does.)
Opinion: I think you'll be OK with the PDFs. It will only take one look at Magic Tactics Toolbox to verify that you get the feat as a talent. If the GM wants to reference the feat after that, all she'll need to look at is Dungeoneer's handbook.
If the GM wants to reference the feat after that, all she'll need to look at is Dungeoneer's handbook.
Requiring I hand over my iPad, which I was using to run my character under HeroLab.
Yeah, probably at least want the feat printed. The other isn't a big deal since that is just showing how I got access.
|Graham Wilson Venture-Agent, Canada—Ontario—Toronto aka crashcanuck|