Here's one for you.
50ft of rope is a bulk of L.
It's been bothering me for days, and I figured out why today.
These items (and maybe more) have the exact same bulk as their super technologically advanced Starfinder counterparts.
Titanium Alloy Cable. L.
They're just copied from Starfinder.
My group has done this more than once.Killing baby goblins is squicky.
We dump them on the closest Chaotic Good cleric we can find and skedaddle.
Make's sense to me.
Gods keep secrets for their own reasons, often to push their undefinable agenda.
And as for wizards or arcanists, there's actually precedent, in the healer wizards, white mage arcanists, ect. And bards have been doing the "combo divine and arcane" for forever.
But the point you're missing, is the DID figure it out. That's why magic is all mushed together. Because they figured out it came from one source.
Yes, they can't cast Time-stop. Neither can a Bard.
Hey! I'm looking for help at building the world's strongest kobold.
This isn't just theory crafting though, so level 20 builds aren't want I'm looking for.
I'm looking for the highest strength I can get that can come online as soon as possible, while also not being a mess of a character.
Right now I'm thinking Mutagen Fighter with VMC barbarian. But it takes like three levels to start up.
What do you think?
Nah, in 3.5 they ate gold. They just preferred ferrous metals.
The way to defend against them?
Casting spells in extremely harsh environments cause the spell to fail (example, a earthquake)
So the answer is a tumble room.
Also, you could just pin them to the wall with hurricane force wind.
6. "Items with a specified usage use a battery that comes fully charged when purchased." Pg 218, paragraph 2.
10. Of course. Action economy is king, and every action you can take is important. The ability to draw a weapon, move, and attack, could mean the difference of getting to cover/not attacking. Even if it's not as good as pathfinder, doesn't mean it isn't incredibly useful.
Speaker for the Dead wrote:
Nah, this was talked about long before the book came out. It's intended.
Elder Mythos cultist's get the following ability:
The ability alters channel energy, does that mean I can't take the archetype and Variant Channeling?
The way I'm reading it, Variant Channeling isn't an archetype. So therefore, it doesn't count as trying to use two archetypes to modify the same class feature.
It's a medium chainsaw, so I can't play a gnome. Boo.
Also, considering the amount of robots in our game, Dazzling Display would probably be pretty bad, unless I'm missing someway to scare robots.
I'm Hiding In Your Closet wrote:
The summoner idea is great! And I would play it, if our DM hadn't banned all pet classes for this game. xD
(We have six players, so he feels like pet classes slow the game down.)
In our most recent game, I got completely murderlated by a chainsaw wielding Orc Barbarian. The party, feeling bad for me, decided that I could use the +1 chainsaw with my next character.
The problem is, we already have two fighters (A natural weapon bloodrager/dragon disciple and a trip Brawler).
So there's really no need for two-handed barbarian or fighter and I don't want to outclass them with damage.
Any ideas for odd characters, weird builds, or cool trick that could be done by a character wielding a chainsaw?