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The Case for Eberron, Itself Yeah, I know, no one’s ever written, or ever will write, an Eberron book for Pathfinder. That would be in violation of some copyright and trademark law (unless Wizards did it, but obviously they won’t). But setting information doesn’t mind itself very much with mechanics. Eberron Campaign Setting has only a limited amount of ...


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Pathfinder http://www.d20pfsrd.com/classes/core-classes/druid#TOC-Wild-Shape-Su- A druid loses her ability to speak while in animal form because she is limited to the sounds that a normal, untrained animal can make, but she can communicate normally with other animals of the same general grouping as her new form. (emphasis mine) At 6th level, a ...


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All of you should leave and continue playing without this person. Someone so unreasonable as to laugh when everyone says they don't want them to DM anymore is not going to agree to anything that improves the situation by reducing their power over the group. So take the power away by doing something that doesn't need their cooperation: walk away and leave ...


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Check out 3.5 Unearthed Arcana's ritual spellcasting. It works marvelously under E6, since the skill bonuses don't yet reach overpowering levels and the 30-ish difficulties are yet near-epic. One of the example incantations there is the plane shift to a predefined plane. It has a casting time of 60 minutes and requires six successful DC 20 checks of two ...


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The last thing you want this to turn into is a power struggle. Dungeons and Dragons is a game fundamentally built on trust. You, as the players, need to be able to trust your Dungeon Master to not abuse his power, just as the Dungeon Master needs to be able to trust you accept his rulings and not completely derail the campaign. The problem you're having ...


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In my experience every druid of the appropriate level has such a companion, but I have only GMed for one evil druid in Pathfinder (I have GMed many more evil druids in 3.5 but they don't face the no-evil-treants problem) and I suspect most evil pathfinder druids wouldn't have pulled off a permanent companion like that. As you have noted, the treant is in no ...


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Except as described elsewhere, the creature retains all other game statistics of its original form Because with alternate form, The creature gains the physical ability scores (Str, Dex, Con) of its new form. It retains the mental ability scores (Int, Wis, Cha) of its original form. I would come to the conclusion, that as long as the new form was ...


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I actually did a similar thing in my last campaign. This requires access to the druid spell list, so it might not work for you depending on which divine spells you can cast. It also may require some cooperation from your DM. Stone Area If the area you are constructing your base in is already rocky then you can simply use the 2nd level spell Soften Stone ...


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Yes, poisons typically do ability damage. Per the SRD, poisons do ability damage. I realize the table on that page might be slightly ambiguous, so have an example of each type, contact, ingested, inhaled, and injury. The examples further clarify that the damage is indeed ability damage (although, one of them also does ability drain separately from its ...


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No, when you receive damage, that damage does not end when the effect causing it ends. Damage has to heal on its own. This applies to both hit point damage and ability damage. This is different from an Ability Score Penalty which some spells give; penalties end as soon as the effect generating them does. Check out the headers Ability Score Damage and ...


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One answer not mentioned is dreams. In many game cosmologies dreams exist as real places and are viable places to travel to. Be careful though, if you make your base in a dream Night Hags and other monsters could attack. Pathfinder gives a very simple and easy way to travel to a dream you've created via the Diadem of Nod. Most probably there are more ways ...


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You can cast domain spells in your arcane slots with just Mystic Theurge, you don't need the other stuff. If you have a level in arcanist, you can use it just as you say. Be aware you cannot use it with your cleric spells, even cleric spells prepared in Arcanist slots, as the arcanist ability applies only to spells prepared as an arcanist (even if they are ...



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