Isabelle Lee wrote:
I think the green knight is definitely one of the best things in the book, and definitely one of the coolest cavalier archetypes. Though I do wonder, couldn't Order of the Blossom fit well with the archetype as well?
I'd have to agree with graystone. "For the purposes of this ability" suggests that the monk counts as a shifter when, and only when factoring in shifter's claws.
As an aside though, the menhir guardian would be great fun as a dip for FCB training to give flurry on one of the single attack forms. Flurrying bulls, flurrying wolves, or even though it's got two attacks, a tongue flurrying giant frog
You know, if the Kitsune change shape works, it could be a lot of fun to RP as a character who was robbed of their true form. Could be anything from being experimented on, to a witch's curse, or even divine punishment. Wouldn't even need to multiclass if you didn't want to (though a CHA based monk could be fun)
I like the logic. What sentient weapon wants to be at the bottom of the ocean? Those are suboptimal conditions for your wielder to stab other guys in the face
Oh. I got it into my head that the blade needed to be close at hand to harbor it, but there's nothing to support that conclusion. That wraps covers my queries rather neatly. Thanks a bunch
First level ability:
Makes sense, but there doesn't seem to be any information on what to do if you lose the weapon entirely, like how the Black Blade Magus can forge a new weapon, or classes with animal companions can eventually find a new companion after a set period
Just as the title says, what happens when a spiritualist loses their phantom blade entirely? Like being dropped in the ocean for example? A black blade magus can forge a new blade, but how does the process work for a spiritualist?
Mark Seifter wrote:
No, that's perfect, I was reading your FAQ answers earlier haha. Thanks a ton.
Chess Pwn wrote:
they draw rock from the elemental plane of rock, just like fire is pulling from the plane of fire. AKA, they effectively create their element and their creation exists just long enough to do the thing.
Cool, thanks for the quick reply. Do you have the source for that by chance? I'll probably be asked at some point