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Yes they do: Elf Blood: Half-elves count as both elves and humans for any effect related to race. -PRD Half-Elf Racial Traits


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There are some holes you should plug if they're not intended: 1. Epic Appraise This ability effectively grants the character an improved, constant Detect Magic effect, because of the epic use of appraise: Appraise The character can sense magical auras in objects. Task: Detect magic DC: 50 Detect Magic The character can sense if an ...


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Probably not, unless the GM has other weaknesses, or the game is overly dependant on the assumption that an assessment can be failed, somehow. However, as a thought problem, or assuming a group of players who are interested in exploiting abilities for business purposes, a couple of ideas come to mind: If this is a class ability that is unique or very rare ...


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This interacts in sort-of-broken ways with the 5th-level ability of the exemplar from Complete Adventurer: Persuasive Performance (Ex): Starting at 5th level, an exemplar can use her skill artistry to improve the attitudes of NPCs. To do this, the NPCs must observe her using one of the skills to which she has applied skill artistry. Treat this as a ...


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The ability to successfully appraise any item is certainly useful, but is not unbalanced to the level of breaking the game. The party may end up a few gold richer per item they sell, but the more expensive the item, the harder it should be to find a buyer who will pay what it is worth. As an example, in a Darksun game I have played in my character was able ...


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Appraise isn't going to break anything. Even if you know the amount of money that an item is worth you won't be able to sell it at full price without a good Diplomacy check. Most merchants won't pay more than half price for a magic item because they're going to be the ones selling it at full price, a good diplomacy check might get you 60-70% of the magic ...



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