For race I was planning on Elf, both for the +2 Dex/Int and because I was thinking about worshipping Calistria.
Haven’t decided on a domain yet.
For feats I was planning on Weapon Fineness, Wasp Familiar, and Craft Magic Arms and Armor. I don’t normally take Craft feats but I don’t expect to find too many magic holy books during the campaign.
We will start at level five and I would guess end up around ten or eleven by the end of the campaign.
For equipment I want to make my book Agile as soon as possible and for armor I want something I can wear under my clothes so mithral shirt or elven chain probably.
Thanks for all the great help already.
Another great feat. I think this is definitely the way to go.I’m really liking the idea of the familiar getting in my opponent’s face and running away and then I slap them in the face with my book. I think this could be really fun. Thanks for the great help.
Ha, ha. Wow. That goes to show how selfish my thinking is. I had looked at Escape Route and never once thought about how it would benefit my familiar. That will definitely be one to take.
Yes and yes
Thinking of pairing up an Inquisitor (specifically a Living Grimoire) with a valet familiar. (I’m thinking a wizardish Inquisitor that beats people with a big book.) Planning to focus on intimidation and Blistering Invective. I’m at a complete loss as to what to take with my teamwork feats. Ideally I would like to fight in tandem with the familiar but I don’t know how feasible that is.
1) you give up one attack of a full attack, so you can make the rest of your attacks.
Some robes provide an armor bonus but that does not make robes a suit of armor. If your DM allowed you to add armor enhancements to your robes (since we’re already talking about custom items) it wouldn’t be unreasonable to require you to enchant the robes with a +1 before adding special abilities so you’re looking at a +4 cost. Also I would probably charge the 50% increase for essentially combining magic items.
Kind of sounds like you don’t particularly care for this player. Are you certain you’re not punishing him because he doesn’t bow down to your greater game knowledge?
Darksol the Painbringer wrote:
Unchained Flurry states that you don’t get any additional attacks from wielding multiple weapons. That’s the RAW.
Hmm I think Frank would take john with a sniper rifle from extra long distance. baring that I'd say John wins up close. 3rd possible scenario Neo shows up stops their bullets and beats both they asses. but is then defeated by time travel by two punk kids trying to be doctor who.
Maybe John sees the error of his ways and retires to a nice little house on the lake.
1.)Does the increased enhancement bonus from Furyborn overcome different types of damage reduction?
2.)Do the “multiple attacks” of Pummeling Style each increase the enhancement bonus when using the Furyborn special ability?
3.)Does the “total damage” of Pummeling Style overcome damage reduction based on the highest enhancement bonus reached with Furyborn?
Example: A monk with a (+1) Furyborn Amulet of Mighty Fists makes five attacks with a flurry of blows. Assuming he hits with each attack, increasing his enhancement bonus to (+5), while using Pummeling Style; would the total damage overcome damage reduction as if he used a (+5) weapon with each attack?
Chris Mortika wrote:
To those who say that Holdo's plan was "need to know": once Poe pulled a blaster on the senior command, "Cloaked shuttles go to that old base" take as many syllables as "I hope you know what you're doing."
So tell your secret plan to the person holding you at gun point? Doesn’t sound very brave commanderish.
DM Livgin wrote:
My Dwarven phalanx soldier with a tower shield and a glaive discovered in the middle of a fight that he could not actually drink that potion of enlarge person without ending up with a very small shield or a very small glaive. (This is important because I made an enlarged mini and it it really cool.)
Balance your weapon on one foot and lean it against your shoulder.
No. Natural weapons are not unarmed strikes.
People keep talking about "Parts I and II" but didn't they ditch that idea awhile back? Last I heard it's just "Avengers: Infinity War" with "Avengers 4: To Be Subtitled Later" coming after that, unless they've said something to indicate Avengers 4 really is just Infinity War Part 2.
Yeah, that’s why I was asking earlier. I thought I had heard something similar. If it’s a two part movie, presumably a couple of years and other movies apart, then there is plenty of time to introduce Adam Warlock and have him show up in part 2. (No, I won’t leave it alone. I want Adam Warlock, damn it!)
Gotta admit I’m gonna be pretty bummed if he doesn’t show up at all in Infinity War. I know the movies don’t follow the comics exactly but he was such a huge part of the story in the comics. Are they still doing Infinity War in two parts? There’s plenty of time to work him in with five hours of film.