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If you are a cleric, and you wish to earn some coin during down time as the rest of your party is doing various things, there are two reasons to provide services at a discount from the prices listed in the books as published. To get the trade. (Economics at work) To evangelize. Any cleric has at least some calling to draw people to their belief. If ...


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No, Command isn't a charm and wouldn't trigger Fey Ancestry. Spells themselves aren't classified as charms under any technical game term. They are categorized by the eight schools of magic found on page 203 of the PHB. Fey Ancestry and (almost) anything that mentions being Charmed is referring to the charmed condition found on page 290 of the PHB. As ...


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By RAW, no. There are spells that explicitely state "charm" in their title and text, like Charm Person. Command, although from the school of enchantment, does not. So the Fey ancestry, protecting from being charmed, not from being hit by spells of the enchantment school, does not protect against Command.


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You could use a breastplate, and should use a heavy shield, but anything more than that costs you too much: you really aren’t that squishy, and you can expect things to get better on their own in a few levels anyway. Sinking more resources into it isn’t worthwhile. All 2nd-level characters are pretty squishy. Your AC is fairly low,1 but 16 HP isn’t at all ...


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In short, No. To quote Pathfinder's FAQ: Bonus Spells from a High Ability Score: Can I use these even if my spellcasting class level isn't high enough to give me access to those spell levels? No. You only get the bonus spells if your class level grants you access to those spell levels. You can't even use them for lower-level spells. See page 16, ...



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