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Mindless creatures have only bonus feats and no skill ranks Creatures that have Intelligence as a nonability are called mindless, which also gives such creatures immunity to mind-affecting effects. Oozes, constructs, and vermin are the most common mindless creatures, but many plants and undead are also noted as sometimes being without an Intelligence score, ...


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A spell-like ability's advantages over a spell lie primarily in its lack of components. It require none. So while the warlord reborn may already be able to cast the spell transformation repeatedly, being able employ the spell's effect as a spell-like ability, too, can be an advantage in the right circumstances. As gatherer818 points out, some of those ...


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Supernatural abilities are not subject to spell resistance and do not function in areas where magic is suppressed or negated (such as an antimagic field). They do not function in an antimagic field. If the invisible creature were to walk into an antimagic field, the effect would be suppressed and they would be become visible.


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Chargen software is useful but is no substitute for learning the rules for creating a character. To learn the rules of creating a character you should read the “Generating a Character” section of the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Core Rulebook (p. 14), or the Character Creation section of the online System Reference Document (SRD). For skills, the answer is ...


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You are right If you have multiple attacks you must take note of whether these attacks are primary or secondary A full quote from the SRD: Most creatures possess one or more natural attacks (attacks made without a weapon). These attacks fall into one of two categories, primary and secondary attacks. Primary attacks are made using the creature’s full ...


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Since modules don't scale at all, your best bet would be to run the mod with a large table, with as many of the characters as you can manage at the top end of the level range. Most modules have a 3-level range for PFS, so try encouraging players to be at the top of that range. Also, try and encourage players to play a group of characters that work together - ...


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The spell giant form I is usually available initially to a level 14 sorcerer. And, at that point, the sorcerer can cast it four times per day. But a Sor14 doesn't need giant form I four times per day for 14 min./day. Encounters don't last that long. Most of the time in combat, after the first minute (or, more likely, after the first 3 rounds) that extra ...


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I'm not sure if you could raise your animal companion level past your Druid level, but you could always be a Pack Lord Druid and take Boon Companion twice to buff the level of each companion, and have two max level companions until level 9. If you are an Aasimar, you could take the feat Celestial Servant to give your animal companions the celestial ...


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A cavalier's mount functions as the druid's animal companion, so the mount gains the special abilities and other stuff as the cavalier levels up according to the linked animal companion table. For example, a level 6 cavalier's mount has the special abilities link, share spells, evasion, ability score increase, and devotion, but were that mount to die, the ...


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Controversially, the damage bonus from the creature's Intelligence modifier applies only once The FAQ includes this exchange: Question: Do ability modifiers from the same ability stack? For instance, can you add the same ability bonus on the same roll twice using two different effects that each add that same ability modifier? Answer: No. An ability ...


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The Boon Companion feat allows you to have an animal companion of up to 4 levels higher than your druid class level. However, it is limited to your character level...this means you could use this to make up for multiclassing, but wouldn't make it more powerful than your total character level. Not quite what you want, but I thought I'd mention it for ...


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You still get the usual attack, with extra nd6 damage from the feat. The text you quoted cleearly says "in addition to her attack's normal damage".


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Yes, they stack. Bestial Aspect says: If the rageshaper's bloodrage powers already grant natural attacks or alternate modes of movement, then the bonuses granted by bestial aspect also apply to these bloodrage powers. So, its bonuses apply to the claws granted by Draconic Bloodline. The damage progression of the claws is similar to the damage ...


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Yes. Skill ranks are awarded at level 1, using the listed value under your class entry. You can only assign one rank in a skill per level, so at first level any given skill can only have 1 one rank. In addition, class skills (listed under the class entry in MWK Tools) gain a class bonus of +3 as long as you have spent at least one rank in the skill.



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