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A deity-less Cleric lacks the Cleric's normal alignment restriction. He still can't cast spells with an opposed alignment descriptor or choose an alignment domain without that alignment. Just as a real Cleric can change alignment with impunity, so long as he remains within one step of his deity, so can your deity-less Cleric but to any alignment he feels ...


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What does the alignment rule mean if you have no deity? It means absolutely nothing to you, it will only affect which spells you can cast, as you cannot cast spells of an opposed aligment. I am currently Chaotic Good; would that mean that I cannot become Neutral Good because I don't have a god to give me an axis? No, you could become Neutral ...


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To sum up: Buy the hilariously underpriced ring of evasion and save boosting and nondetection for a party member who will benefit more for as much as they're willing to spend on it. If you can't pool funds or have no high-dex/reflex sneaky characters who would benefit, get the much more generic periapt of wisdom Let's look at this from an abstract ...


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At the end of the Material (M) section (pg 203), it mentions that a spellcaster needs a free hand to access the components, but it can be the same hand that he or she uses to perform somatic components. If you are using the spellcasting focus item for materials, like a wand or a holy symbol on shield, then you can use that hand for the free hand required for ...


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Considering the target of the spell has to be an object... Obscuring Mist? Solid Fog? I would argue, since you can't see through such fog, it prevents light from passing through it as well. Just a thought.



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