I believe night tea is based more on silphium, a near mythical plant extract widely used in the ancient world as a contraceptive. But at some point in time, silphium vanished under mysterious circumstances.
Look, a woman has needs, okay? She may or may not also weigh 9 tons. What is one species of plant in the face of my social agenda?
My mother told me I was top of the food chain and the dev team, in their moderately high Wis score, saw fit to maintain that quo's status.
Apex predators don't need your cheesy 'strategy'.
Errant Mercenary wrote:
I aim to please.
I was joking. I personally feel like Crane Wing would have been fine if not for MoMS Monks getting it early.
Trying to revive Crane Wing, eh? The Devs already quashed your OP powergamer feat.
If you can tell which class is the worst, it's a strong sign that it's not balanced enough.
Let's look at the casting classes.
You can see pretty easily that things like Wizard and Druid are the strongest of the strong, but if you tried to say which is the worst, I feel like you'd be stumped. The sub-tier-1 classes still have a niche. Not just a single Archetype that does something technically unique, but a strong base class that can archetype into specialized jobs without losing too much effectiveness at their original purpose.
This is why people bring up Inquisitors and Alchemists when they talk about balance.
How funny is it that Druids, the guardians of nature and balance are historically a massively unbalanced class?
Those cheating flyers should be banned like Crane Wing was, then. Flying -> Wings -> Crane Wing. It's all hax.
Good idea on the quickened true strike though. Always good for when that attack absolutely, positively has to hit.
This novelty account was totally worth it though. T-rex actually having the Run feat gets me giggling every single time I see it.