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I've noticed a trend with all the alignment planar metamagic feats. They accomplish a sort of effect you would expect from their theme, but in the process can't affect a spell of the opposite alignment and apply the appropriate descriptor the to spell.
For example, and Authoritative Spell can't be applied to a chaotic spell and by making a spell 'Authoritative' you give it the lawful descriptor.
With that in mind, does anybody know why Tumultuous Spell is the only one of those feats that doesn't do this?
Lucy_Valentine wrote:i for one think Authoritative Liberating Command is very flavorful effect.
Because CHAOS DON'T FOLLOW RULES!
(seriously though, no idea. But I do kind of hate Authoritative Spell)
I take it to just throw out immediate action pseudo forbid action spells? That's cheeky.
Maybe you guys are right. It does seem like Tumultuous Spell was intended to be like the others. Maybe it was written that way just for spacing or formatting purposes?