I alternately think one or the other version is true, so I just have to ask: do you take the whole cell of the table of school consumables or just one line of it? So, for 1-2 level Generalist do you take [holy water (CRB 571), lesser antiplague (CRB 546), lesser antidote (CRB 546), lesser bomb (CRB 544)] or default [minor healing potion (CRB 563)], or the other variant [holy water (CRB 571)] or [lesser antiplague (CRB 546)] or [lesser antidote (CRB 546)] or [lesser bomb (CRB 544)] or default [minor healing potion (CRB 563)]? Sometimes the former variant feels too good to be true, and sometimes not...
I thought as it's uncommon I just buy the Avid Collector boon. Went to see the items in the FAQ - no, this ring is not there.
Ready action has Concentrate trait. Fascinated prevents Concentrate actions. Does it prevent a reaction from the Ready action if Fascinated was applied after Ready? Basically does the reaction from Ready get Concentrate?
Let's assume players 7+ lvl. For example some social encounter is happening and a player says something great. Or, better, not that great, but good. Now it's time for a check! You tell the player that and it occurs that his character has Deception/Diplomacy/Intimidation untrained. Which means that for ~7 lvl it would be an already bad roll, and for 15+ lvl it would be a critical failure.
Meaning without her having that spell at some level below maximal? Like prepared casters could do every day? Do you even know this rule, that you can take only heightened spells you already knew before?
Advanced Player's Guide pg. 184 wrote:
Once per day, you can use Battle Medicine on a creature that’s temporarily immune. If you’re a master in Medicine, you can do so once per hour.
So, how many uses that is?You can use BM on each creature once plus one additional time on one of the creatures per day overall,
or you can use BM on each creature plus one additional time per day per creature (so basically you can use BM on a creature twice)?
An adjustment for changing cooldowns of this feat and BM (Forensic Medicine) to one hour is easy. The main question above is the same.