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Rules as stated: No. They cant just ignore it. Swim Chk needed which involves Str or Survival to spot and avoid. The rules give a general way quicksand is suppose to look and act based on movies and action films in general. But this is only for Letter of Law. Rules of RP: This is up to the DM/GM. However we all have the player who wants to throw a spirit ...


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Quicksand is a serious threat to a lone warforged who can't make Swim checks. However, qucksand (DMG 88) initially isn't much of a threat to anyone: Patches of quicksand present a deceptively solid appearance (appearing as undergrowth or open land) that may trap careless characters. A character approaching a patch of quicksand at a normal pace is ...


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Why not just use the Infinite Scrollcase from the Magic Items Compendium? The infinite scrollcase that you mentioned has an item entry in a 3.5 handbook, The Magic Items compendium that is cross-compatible with pathfinder content. The entry in the MiC reads the following: Infinite Scrollcase Price: 2,800 gp Item Level: 7th Body Slot: held Caster Level: ...


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Actually, there is a handy substitution. Bag, Handy Haversack can store much more than Infinite Scrollcase's 50 scrolls, gets the scroll out as the same move action, does not provoke an AoO either in doing so and is priced at 2000 gp vs 2800 gp. If you feel fancy, you can retrieve the scroll in question with the help of an Unseen Servant. As an added ...



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