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Scars and similar wounds When using the Combat section's Optional Rules: Scars and Wounds—half of which is just scars—or after having gained scars from another source,1 unless the scar's source says the scar is healed by magic, the scar isn't healed by magic. Scars aren't mentioned as removed by the spell heal, the spell regenerate, any version of the spell ...


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To the best of my knowledge, there are no general rules explaining whether or not it's possible to choose whether specific conditions and injuries can be left unaffected by general-purpose curative magic. It's a bit hard to prove a negative, though. Given that that's the situation, it's up to the GM to decide how this works. Does the spell's target get a ...


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Another option is getting the Drow to take the Reactive Resistance feat from Drow of the Underdark. This would allow them to lower their spell resistance as an immediate action rather than a standard action. Whether this is worth it or not depends on how many friendly spells are getting thrown around in combat.


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Fate Core If a recovery roll "fails" you may still succeed at a cost, since it's an overcome action. Recovering from a Consequence says that: The action in question is an overcome action; the obstacle is the consequence that you took. The overcome action states that: When you fail an overcome action, you have two options. You can simply fail, ...


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It's all explained here: Recovering from a consequence in Fate Core and Fate Accelerated To address your questions: In Core you need to roll and then wait an appropriate time. Then you get to clear mild consequences and rename moderate and severe ones. In Accelerated you would not need to roll - just explain how you recovered in a way that makes sense. If ...


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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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