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As the author of said feat for Pathfinder, the intent is the first choice (2+3+4+5). We will take the chance to update the feat with an example in our upcoming revision of Psionics Unleashed.


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You double the total cost, including augmentations. There is no division between "base cost" and "augmentation cost" - only the cost to manifest a power.


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A power’s range is the maximum distance from you that the power’s effect can occur, as well as the maximum distance at which you can designate the power’s point of origin. If any portion of the area would extend beyond the range, that area is wasted. (Quoted from the SRD, emphasis mine) If you were to cast a fireball (i'm using a spell because I'm not ...


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Errata for Dungeons and Dragons 3.5 was capricious, spotty, and often ill-conceived. The errata wand didn't touch this power, but Giving the power mental disruption a Range entry is an error It's common to find an effect that's been written, gone through the editorial process, maybe even been playtested, then printed, yet still contains errors spotted by ...


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The range of the spell is just the maximum distance from you that a thing effected by the spell can be. Therefore, the spell effects everything within a 10 foot radius centered on you, as the area indicates. The range entry tells you that everything in that area can be effected; it does not give you the maximum possible distance to the center of the area.


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Range Expressed in Feet Some powers have no standard range category, just a range expressed in feet. None of the other range categories fit. Personal would mean it only affects you, but Close, et al, could be centered elsewhere. There are other powers that use this same range descriptor. It just means the effect is centered on the psion but ...


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Yes and No Succeeding on a Saving Throw: A creature that successfully saves against a spell that has no obvious physical effects feels a hostile force or a tingle, but cannot deduce the exact nature of the attack. Likewise, if a creature's saving throw succeeds against a targeted spell, you sense that the spell has failed. You do not sense when creatures ...


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This isn't defined. I'd like to be wrong, but I have not seen any D&D book mention how much an Astral Construct (or ectoplasm in general) weighs. Lacking specific rules, an Astral Construct should be assumed to have a weight within the range defined for its size.


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RAW: Inconclusive, ask your DM. Let's take a look at your five requirements, but first let's keep this on hand: You determine the environment within the demiplane when you manifest genesis, reflecting most any desire you can visualize. You determine factors such as atmosphere, water, temperature, and the general shape of the terrain. [...] You can’t ...


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Quicken Power was written before Swift Actions were a thing The text you see is how Quicken Spell used to read, since it was also written before Swift Actions were introduced (first in Miniatures Handbook IIRC). Quicken Spell was updated when Swift Actions were introduced, but Quicken Power, being from a supplement (the SRD did not yet exist and Expanded ...



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