Tag Info

New answers tagged

5

The Law of Sequence kills you You cannot use the same utterance more than once at a time. So if you apply your damage-over-time effect with inverted word of nurturing, guess who no longer has a healing ability? That’s right—it’s you! The truenamer is pretty much awful at everything The truenamer is very-nearly-unplayable. That chapter of Tome of Magic was ...


6

Just as sysadmins have the insult "you can be replaced by a very small shell script." So too does the truenamer: "you can be replaced by a level 1 magical item". To strictly answer the question: "very poorly, but they can use items slightly better than some other classes due to a +5 untyped bonus in use magic device." Given that this question is situated in ...


1

The way I understand the question is how to make a dex based mounted charger, and the following is my solution attempt. Hey I Can Chan mentioned a great solution (using a magic item to make a lance a light weapon), but it depends on the GM being okay with it because the lance is only a one handed weapon while mounted. If he is okay with it here's how to ...


5

Depending on how your DM feels about using 3.5 material, you might have the option using a Feycraft Lance (extra 1,500g gp price tag, but non-magical so it can be bought before the weapons enhanced). The lance will be treated as a size category smaller for it's damage dice, but will count as Light for the purpose of weapon finesse. Adding that feature to a ...


7

There's a weapon and an accessory that may help The magic weapon mammoth lance (Pathfinder Player Companion: People of the North 29) (32,310 gp; 10 lbs.) grants the wielder the ability to use the wielder's mount's Strength bonus for the weapon's bonus to damage instead of the wielder's own while wielding the weapon and mounted on an animal (yes, only an ...


7

No, you don't need to, but some races are better at the job. This is usually a matter of having bonuses to the right ability scores, or having racial powers or feats that synergize with the class. I think that's true of every D&D edition past 2e (where only humans could be paladins), at least for base classes (prestige classes, just like paragon paths ...


15

NO! All racial limits are turned off in 4e for classes. There are no restrictions for who or what you can be based on race. There are some slight limits based on alignment, but those don't mean much and have little mechanical impact so they can safely be ignored.


0

Space:1889 is a system set in Victorian-era space-faring setting, that has somewhat similar approach to characters careers: The careers are enjoyable appropriate for the setting, including a variety of government jobs (army, navy, foreign office, colonial office), exotics (game hunters, explorers, dilenttantes, adventuress, reporters), services (actors, ...


1

just found this... sorry for the troll, but page 83 of the PHB states "As guardians against the forces of wickedness, paladins are rarely of any evil alignment." Sounds to me as if any choice is playable, as long as you work the back story right.



Top 50 recent answers are included