Yes. That's what says the feat.
The tricky question is, what happens on a critical double hit swipe with axe critical specialization effect ? Does it :
Just that clanky character probably have 25% or less chance to succeed... Still better than a 12.5%, but not enough to burn a skill feat.
UnderwhelmingFinder 2 for you, again.
PF2 is a new game, those few words are the only way to accept swallowing that pill. But because it's the same brand, they did really nerf EVERYTHING. That explain pretty well that gut feeling of anyone with a trace of expectation coming in. That's the idea conveyed by OP.Now, within that system, if one class/thing is balanced (or over-nerfed) vs another one is a whole different topic.
Having one arm tied in the back and both feet in a bag is the new way to try overcoming already hard challenges (growing almost faster than you).
Dude. Still (by pretty far) not convinced. Harmonized composition are Compositions right? So Casting Compositions end Harmonized Compositions !
Stacking multiple metamagic-like abilities on the same spell/composition is impossible, rules are pretty clear about that, we are okay. That's just not what I'm implying or asking about.
The only blurry point is why a "harmonized" composition would stop a "normal" composition. It's nowhere written
That CRB99 line describes "normal" composition composition casting (states 1 max) and what happens to your previous "normal" composition. At that point "harmonized" composition do not exist if you do not take Harmonize, there's nothing more to know about it.
No, rules do not make things easy here. Mixing uncorrelated do not help too and I'm still unconvinced. It has not-so-much been covered in other threads and not by a lot different people, I too don't want misinformation crystallize over the misinterpretation of few lads. No wonder that feat is horrendous playing it "your" way.
Raw P. 101 in Harmonize feat (bard) :
As so far everyone seems to imply (from play tests) that casting another harmonized composition ends any normal or harmonized composition you have in effect, those sentences are misleading.
I beg to differ. "Casting another harmonized composition end any ->harmonized<- composition you have in effect". "Harmonized composition" is not "composition".
As I see it :