Tag Info

New answers tagged

-7

I think you can, though you might to rule that to take a bonus action the character has to use a full round action. Also compare spells, and if the 3.5 counterpart of a 5e spell has an XP or material cost, then apply it to the 5e spell. You'd have to also add in 3.5-style saves for the 5e classes, based on their 3.5 counterparts, instead of using the ability ...


0

In the book Sword & Scorcery: path of the sword- Variant Classes (Ghost Hunter) there is an oprion to let the Monk have turn undead ability. In short it Works like the normal feature of the cleric, however the monk is not allowed any feats to improve his turning abilities, without having the correct class. The Level will however stack. This came at a ...


1

I believe there not to be. I have searched through all of my books (I own all 3.0/3.5 books, except for the dungeon-tile publications, all of my magazines (Dragon and Dungeon) dating from TSR to Paizo, and several Mongoose and Sword and Sorcery publishing books. Those are literally the only two examples I could find as well. I even used three differen't ...


-6

I know this probably isn't the comprehensive list you're looking for, but I've found that in D&D 3/3.5, the prestige classes that have this particular feature are usually prestige classes that require, or heavily suggest, a specific prior class. For example, the Tattooed Monk prestige class in The Complete Warrior requires a Lawful alignment and ...


4

For simplicity, let's focus on the elephant: Elephants are Huge with a +20 to strength. African Elephant Anthropromorphic creatures are Large with a +12 to strength. If you decrease sizes, in this case, Huge to Large, according to Improving Monsters section of SRD, you would also get a -8 to strength. This would connect the +12 to strength for the large ...


15

The two terms are not synonymous, but from a rules perspective, they are very near it. At least a few rules citations - some from your examples, and a few more I've cited below - indicates that "casting spells without preparation" qualifies as "casting spells spontaneously", but casting spontaneously isn't the same as casting spells without preparing them. ...



Top 50 recent answers are included