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short answer: no, it does corrosive damage instead. longer answer: magic can be nonsensical or it can be scientific. How do you as a DM define Burning Hands, does actual physical fire come from the hands, or colored light that looks like fire? Id the 'fire damage' actual fire or 'magical damage that is attuned with the mystical frequency of the elemental ...


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PRD clearly states Sorcerer : Whenever you cast a spell that deals energy damage, you can change the type of damage to match the type of your bloodline. This also changes the spell's type to match the type of your bloodline. Burning Hands is no longer going to set something on fire as it's spraying acid- there is no longer any element of fire ...


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The rules would have it do so, yes The sorcerer’s elemental bloodline literally does nothing but swap the damage type of the spell; all other effects remain the same. In effect, an acid burning hands still launches a jet of flame and still sets things on fire – it’s just that the fire and flame now deal acid damage instead of fire damage. This can, of ...


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I've recently been playing pathfinder, in which the answer would be: Use Staves. A magic staff is a repeatable use item - you can cast spell X from the staff, and then recharge it with spell Y from your spell list, making it a way to convert your magic from any spell you can cast, into whatever spell you want - as long as you are able to pay the exorbitant ...


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Do they stack? RAW, no. Occasionally, your proficiency bonus might be multiplied or divided (doubled or halved, for example) before you apply it. For example, the rogue's Expertise feature doubles the proficiency bonus for certain ability checks. If a circumstance suggests that your proficiency bonus applies more than once to the same same roll, you ...


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Ranged weapons that are not thrown (like bows, crossbows) use DEX to hit, so a shortbow or any crossbow is a valid option and you will not take any Strength penalties using these weapons. Dipping just one level into Swashbuckler (assuming you're allowed Hybrid Classes) nets you the Swashbuckler Finesse class feature, which gives you Weapon Finesse as a ...


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Most spells require an unobstructed path to the target. Bind him and stuff him a large chest.



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