I didn't think so. It does, however, not change his Idris-ness!
Yes, but their base DC generally ends up being not much better than their equivalent, purchasable forms - You're just saving GP (which of course, is nice.)
I knew I was forgetting a couple of things. So yeah, about 30ish. Pretty good, but I still think it's not the 'suddenly poisoners are playable by the grace of this alone' that some reviews argued.
Still an extremely fun archetype, also.
On my first two passes through -
Generally positive about the book, but the reviews seem to be way overrating the Toxin Codexer archetype - It's good, but there are still going to be issues. Maybe it's just me, but the scaling poison DCs are still pretty hard to push upwards, even with
Feats like Powerful Poisoning and Designer Poison will help a fair measure though - I think I can maybe get a 6th level extract to around ~30ish DC with enough finagling, but that seems like the upward limit.
The Sideromancer wrote:
So no metal armor = Class is dead to you?
This is a curious line of thought, I have to say, especially (presumably) if you haven't seen the Shifter. Though I'm underwhelmed in my initial impressions of the class (and these are far from thorough, admittedly), this is a tremendously bold claim.
Most people have pointed out that except for perhaps Core only parties, the progression of the system has obviated most of the problem.
Also, mechanically speaking, healing in combat is often a suboptimal choice and you should probably just be wanding post scuffle anyway.
It shouldn't be a major problem, all and all.
captain yesterday wrote:
"Everyone I know believes X" is a small unverified sample size, and not an appropriate way to argue a point.
You could argue Galifar's long held conquest of Khorvaire is analogous to the Hellenization of the ancient world.
...Or you could call something racist and offer no empirics.
captain yesterday wrote:
, and only one human ethnicity is super racist! (i mean c'mon! an entire planet of white people! how isn't that racist?)
Except they're not all white people - I believe it's even called out that Thranes tend toward darker skin tones. It's obviously been awhile since I read Five Nations or other Eberron sourcebooks.
Galifar is incredibly homogenized due to the nature of civilization there up until the Last War. People hold regional identities paramount.
I also always find it amusing how people can complain about a lack of human ethnicities in a fantasy setting, but then be perfectly okay with all their other fantasy races being completely homogenous monocultures.
I think you're being a little disingenuous here.
EDIT: Fixed my quote to be properly attributed. Sorry, wraithstrike!