A question came up last night at my RP club about charging into combat with a large creature and if they get an attack of opportunity or not?
Each of our tables seem to be playing differently and we wondered on if there was any published answer to it.
Ok so as an example, human fighter with a longsword charges a large dragon. Does the the dragon get an attack on the fighter at 10ft away from him as he passes a threatened square?
Arguments for and against that the club put forward all come from Page 183 of the Core Rulebook.
Actions in Combat chart states that charging does not provoke.
However under the table it has "Regardless of the action, if you move out of a threatened square, you usually provoke an attack of opportunity. This column indicates whether the action itself, not moving, provokes an attack of opportunity." Which would seem to say that the movement would provoke? or is this just from other combatants?
And official rulings out there?
Hi all, this may seem like a silly question with a simple answer that I have miss so sorry if it is haha.
Does the Wizard with the Conjuration/Teleportation school's Shift ability use a verbal component to activate?
It says "as if using dimension door" which would lead me to believe it uses a verbal component, however I didn't know if being a swift action or a supernatural ability would change that.
I don't think I'll be allowed the archetype in the game unfortunately but I will give the spells a go haha.
Thats brilliant! I love the Impresario ideas, thats the sort of character I had in mind.
Yeah maybe the son of a ringmaster who has been kicked out of the circus after some problems he caused, Wanting to steal the show away from his father, causing issues with the other acts, etc.
I really hope my GM allows the summon instrument to give me a top hat as that is exactly what I want.
A Summoner with a whip could make his Eidolon do "tricks". And those can actually roll a pretty good Perform check. A Bard/Summoner is woefully unoptimised, but could fit the bill quite nicely.
It would be nice to play a summoner with a bear-like Eidolon however I am limited to the core rule book only :(
With my next character that I want to play in PF I want it to be one to remember, not for how strong he is but how fun he is to role-play.
So with that in mind I give you my concept.
Ringmaster of a circus (Ex-ringmaster but still playing the part)
So I am after him to be very charismatic, skills in things like acrobatics and perform, and have very trick like spells (disappearing, fogs, pulling a rabbit out of a hat, that type of thing). Id love him to be able to create a top hat out of thin air if that's even possible.
I am thinking of a Bard that uses a whip (lion tamer style) to perform using dazzling display to control the field (and his performance) Thank you Treantmonk for that one :)
I am only allowed the core rule book and have 20 points on stats, and I wondered what people though?
What sort of spells should be taken?
Anything you guys think could improve the concept?
Thank you :)
Thats great news :) (for me that is) Thank you
So does it matter what creature type you are (other than undead) when it come to Channel Energy? or do All things other than undead get healed?
Yeah sorry tried to make it make more sense, thank you :) It has been miss explained to me, so are the Feats (Alignment channel) There to make your healing more selective/deal damage to these things?
Thank you Ravingdork for clearing that up for me, helps a lot, now I dont need to keep looking through my books trying to find a rule that isn't in them