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In terms of the Rules, no. Powers do what they do and cannot be voluntarily lowered, as there are no rules anywhere that allow it. Torturing an undead creature would be most likely be a Skill Challenge, but the ability to channel Divine Power would (for me, at least) definately be worth a +2 circumstance bonus on all checks and primary skills would include ...


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If we combine the rules for preparing spells: Spell Slots The character class tables show how many spells of each level each can cast per day. These openings for daily spells are called spell slots. A spellcaster always has the option to fill a higher-level spell slot with a lower-level spell. A spellcaster who lacks a high enough ability ...


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Extended magic circle against evil is a Good domain spell of 4th level or lower. It can be prepared in a 4th level or higher domain slot by a cleric with access to the Good domain. The domain slots only follow special rules regarding which spells can be prepared in them as a whole. They don't follow special rules about what levels those spells can be. ...


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There's no such thing as "partially using" a power. That said, all damage in 4e can explicitly be non-lethal, at the attacker's discretion. From the PHB pg. 295: When you reduce a creature to 0 hit points or fewer, you can choose to knock it unconscious rather than kill it. Until it regains hit points, the creature is unconscious but not dying. Any ...


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Each day, a cleric can prepare one of the spells from her two domains in that slot. The question is, does metamagic change a spell enough that it is no longer the same spell, no longer the spell that is on the domain list? The rules don't say one way out the other. This question usually comes up when asking if a wand could be made of a spell with ...



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