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Extremely Ambiguous Unfortunately, the walker in the waste’s capstone is a notorious source of a great deal of confusion. This is a somewhat unusual case, but every walker in the waste wants to know the answer because it also affects Level Adjustment. Exception-based rules, or “specific-trumps-general” The d20 System is an “exception-based rules ...


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I think you have answered your own question there. As a wraith, you are not a living creature, and thus, do not qualify for Lich/Dry Lich by the rules, no matter their source. In the same vein, the second Lich template would also not stack or overlap on the first. (After all, how can you store your soul in two phylacteries at once? Unless you went to ...


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Class level. Pathfinder Core Rules, Page 31 Note that there are a number of effects and prerequisites that rely on the character's level or Hit Dice. Such effects are always based on the total number of levels or Hit Dice a character possesses, not just those from one class. The exception to this is class abilities, most of which are based on the total ...


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That is class level, so at 5th level of Alchemist the bonus would increase to a +4. General rule of thumb is it is always class level unless it specifically says level (Even in that scenario I can't think of a single thing off the top of my head that uses actual level).


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The answer to your question is No, using versatile weapons with two hands does not disqualify them as monk weapons. But not because of any reason that made you ask the question because your whole question is wrong as it's clear from your question you haven't understood the paragraph in question. The paragraph in question on pg. 78, PHB says: At 1st ...


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Yes, monks can use Versatile weapons for bonus damage. As you say, there are no simple melee weapons that have the Heavy or Two-handed property. The class feature doesn't say anything about using the weapons with two hands, only that they can't have that property. Since quarterstaves and spears don't have that property, you can use them as versatile ...


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Familiars Without Specials Don't Grant Their Masters Specials When a creature gains a familiar yet that familiar doesn't have associated details for what Special it grants the master (such as the chart on Player's Handbook 52), the familiar grants the master no Special. Does this kind of suck? Yes. Are familiars that don't grant Specials almost always ...



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