Birthmark trait


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Character Traits PDF wrote:

You were born with a strange birthmark

that looks very similar to the holy symbol of the god you
chose to worship later in life. This birthmark can serve
you as a divine focus for casting spells

Does the birthmark have to visible to be used as a divine focus when casting spells? Or can it be under armor, clothing, etc.? If you're using a holy symbol, you generally have to be brandishing it, no?

Contributor

Let us hope that it's either not required to be exposed, or that it's not in an embarrassing place, since the idea of a cleric mooning undead to turn them is just too silly for words.

Liberty's Edge

IDK.....
take Braveheart,
replace the English with the EVIL NEEKROWMAUNCER'S AURMEH.....
replace the Highlanders with Shoanti......
I could see it.

Liberty's Edge

Kevin Andrew Murphy wrote:
Let us hope that it's either not required to be exposed, or that it's not in an embarrassing place, since the idea of a cleric mooning undead to turn them is just too silly for words.

I hate to say it, but I could soooo see one of my current group members doing this. (sigh)

RPG Superstar 2010 Top 16, 2011 Top 32, 2012 Top 4

This is the actually the reason why I quit LARPing.

Grand Lodge

Cuchulainn wrote:
Kevin Andrew Murphy wrote:
Let us hope that it's either not required to be exposed, or that it's not in an embarrassing place, since the idea of a cleric mooning undead to turn them is just too silly for words.
I hate to say it, but I could soooo see one of my current group members doing this. (sigh)

Actually in my group I can see one taking this ONLY if gets to moon people.

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