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None of the 3.5 classes or feats that were released in "splatbooks" (books besides the core three) are likely to ever appear in Pathfinder, owing to legal issues. Basically, they're considered Wizards' Product Identity, not Open Game Content, and can't be copied by Paizo, the makers of Pathfinder. However, Pathfinder is fully 3.5 compatible. You can play ...


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On twitter Jeremy Crawford states that their intent was for it to be one-way ;) My main concern is that it does not mention anything about creature willing to communicate. Moreover it doesn't even give the creature the possibility to terminate the conversation. A creature without telepathy can receive and respond to telepathic messages but can't ...


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Awakened Mind reads: Starting at 1st level, your alien knowledge gives you the ability to touch the minds of other creatures. You can communicate telepathically with any creature you can see within 30 feet of you. And from the DM's Basic Rules, page 5: A creature without telepathy can receive and respond to telepathic messages but can't initiate or ...


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Starting at 1st level, your alien knowledge gives you the ability to touch the minds of other creatures. You can communicate telepathically with any creature you can see within 30 feet of you. You left out a part that from my point of view gives at least a hint what is intended. The paragraph continues to read: You don't need to share a language ...


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I've been allowing my warlock player to use this ability to silently communicate with other players, like if they are in a "Silence" spell area of effect, trying to sneak up on something, or for private discussions when NPCs are present. Basically it gives an "in game" mechanism to allow the sort of interplayer discussion that usually occurs in combat or NPC ...


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It Should Probably Be Two-way One-way telepathy just isn't that useful unless there's an offensive component... which there isn't. This makes folks free to ignore the voice in their heads. That means the entire campaign could elapse with no one--except perhaps his companions after a vast struggle--acknowledging the warlock's superpower at all, ascribing the ...


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There is nothing here that indicates whether or not it's 1-way or 2-way. Here's the thing, you're touching another creature's mind. That means that you can both plant thoughts (transmit) and also read their thoughts that they allow you to (receive). The word used is "communicate" which certainly indicates the conversation is bi-directional. The extent and ...


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Embed your crystal focus into the handle of your shield, so that you are holding both your shield AND your focus simultaneously. This eliminates the need to juggle your weapon when you cast spells. You could instead embed into your weapon handle, but doing it with the shield allows you to swap to a different melee weapon, or even thrown weapon, if needed. ...


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Eldritch blast becomes a multi-attack spell but Agonizing Blast clearly states when you cast EB add your Charisma modifier. You're only casting the spell once so you only get the modifier once. I would assume, at higher levels, when you have the ability to target multiple creatures, you get to choose which one of your eldritch beams becomes "agonizing". ...



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