Some of the thing I'd like to see are:
Continue the great work on the Monster Menagerie line. I like my monsters.
Its been a while for the One Night Stands.
I'd like to see a Shadowmancer (in the same vain as the other two Shadow classes) and a Chronomancer (to tie in with the other two Time classes)
While I'm on the Time Thief/Warden, maybe an adventure that showcases them?
And maybe some more riven spells fore the Rivenmage.
What I'd Like to see:
Agree on the:
Additionally I'd like:
If I can Think of more, I'll post them.
If I could get the Talented Ranger, that be awesome :)
As requested, I did review it. As it was my first review ever, it was done to the best of my current ability.
"Let's see how much dirt you can eat without killing yourself" (Exact quote).
After eating one handful: looks at each other. "Well that didn't kill us." and then be done. You met the criteria. How much dirt can you eat without killing yourself? One handful. Ate it and did not die, domination over.
Elghinn Lightbringer wrote:
Tristan Sinns wrote:
Pg 136 of the Ultimate Combat: When firing an early/advanced firearm, the attack resoles against the target's touch AC when the target is within the first/first five (advanced) range increment(s), but this type of attack is not considered a touch attack for the purpose of feats or abilities...
It is DR 3/- only against small piercing weapons (as that is what is written DR 3/- vs small piercing weapons). It does not provide its DR against anything else because of that particular clarification, which is vs small piercing weapons. What the DR 3/- provides is that if you get hit by a +5 adamantine axiomatic unholy small piercing weapon (or any small piercing weapon including one that is made of a special material and/or magical), you apply the DR. And thats it. Everything else bypasses this, because the clarifier is small piercing weapons.
The real world question was not implied by the op, it was just the DR situation.
Not really, but yes. Its not hit point damage, its a hit point adjustment, same as if the con score was raised by 2 points the druids (or any class for that matter) hit points would go up by 1 per hit die. So using 10 as the con score as a base: for every 2 points that the con score goes up via spell, gaining levels, etc, the characters hit points raise by 1 per hit die and for every 2 points the con score drops by spell, poison, disease, etc, the characters hit points drop by 1 per hit die.
How about a book of encounters, like Guide of 100 Encounters (5 encounters of CR 1 - CR 20? Something to help with when the PCs do something truly unexpected, random encounter, or you need an encounter on the fly.
How about and expanded settlement qualities/disadvantages?
Background and goals of secret societies.
I would like to see more one night stands.
And add me to the list of people wanting a Talented Bestiary.
No. The 'bad guy' was not acting under his own free will/ was controlled by another. And it was after he was let go that the pally found out the exact extent of his what he had done. He should have a very stern talking to by the temple hierarchy to remind him of his vows. Now if he does not go after the 'bad guy' and bring him in and find the one who charmed him/made him do those things, then yes, I would say he falls. But what it boils down to really is, do you think it would cause him to fall.