Spes Magna Mark wrote:
Is that a Mr. Burns "Excellent!" or a Bill & Ted's "Excellent!"
No.... I downloaded the single file, and page 548 is missing (more like missplaced, as it's between 552 & 553)
On the subject of this spell, I noticed a couple of changes between the 3.5 version and the PFRPG.
* The target changed from multiple animals to ONLY one animal per casting.
I haven't seen many druids played since I started 3.x, so I don't know if these changes are a balance-issue fix, or just stream-lining the rules.
I think the original poster was looking at the preview for the Tome of Magic. There it lists several excerpts from the new book. The third item is:
Vestige: Acererak (from Chapter 2: People of Waterdeep)
At first, I thought this was blasphemy; then I looked further down the list ands saw:
Truename Magic Introduction (from Chapter 6: Monsters of Waterdeep)
"Turname Magic" in the Monster chapter?
EDIT: Looks like Demiurge1138 beat me to it.
I'm 39 years old, retired from the US Navy, and looking to meet up with a group of folks to game.
I’ve been playing AD&D sine the mid-80’s. Most recently, I've been learning to new 3.5 rules. While I have plenty of experience with the old 1st and 2nd editions of AD&D, this new edition a different beast.
At this time, we have a place to game in Warrenville. Mostly free Friday, Saturday, and Sunday evenings.
There are different options out there:
- On the Waking Lands website [www.thewakinglands.com], there is a template that can be taken to represent the barbarian life style. Also, they renamed the barbarian class to the berserker.
- The Black Company Campaign Setting also changed the name of the class to berserker.
- And last, a few years ago on the DM's Yahoo groups, there was a discussion about barbarians and sorcerers could only be taken at first level as they represent an inherent lifestyle that an actual class.