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C# Developer, PM, Software architect, Table RPG player(?)


Apr
5
awarded  Yearling
Apr
4
awarded  Notable Question
Apr
1
revised Initiate of [Deity] feats and spontaneous divine caster?
cleaner
Apr
1
comment How does Magic Circle against Evil work?
It should prevent the trespassing of non-good creatures (either inward or outward)... So if you can cast Drawing a circle around yourself, enemies extraplanar-ish (not sure about this) could not touch you inside the circle, right? Does the effect end when you move?
Apr
1
comment How does Magic Circle against Evil work?
@mxyzplk How about around yourself? And in case you can, does that mean you (as a char) cannot use spells with that descriptor?
Apr
1
comment How does Magic Circle against Evil work?
So the second use of Magic Circle against Evil can't be used in combat, right?
Apr
1
comment Initiate of [Deity] feats and spontaneous divine caster?
Indeed I was talking about the spontaneous caster rule of UA... but, as a matter of fact, the original issue is that the char taking the feat is a favored soul which at first sight is not a Cleric (nor a Paladin) pre-Reqs of "Initiate of" tier feats. However the DM is convinced that for this purpose he would take the Favored Soul as a Cleric of the same lvl. Taking that into account, this class has no domain spells granted (that I'm aware of, I'll RTM). So, if the char has a number of spells per day (Like as a sorcerer) I'd ask not to change the mechanics. Would that be imbalanced?
Mar
31
awarded  Custodian
Mar
31
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Initiate of [Deity] feats and spontaneous divine caster?
Mar
31
asked Initiate of [Deity] feats and spontaneous divine caster?
Mar
21
comment Large creature with reach weapon, how does sunder work?
Is it the same as with failing a trip check while out of range for a counter trip with a reach-trip weapon? Or tripping and AoO isn't actually the same mechanic? Getting counter-tripped (or counter-disarmed) is possible in the same situations?
Mar
21
accepted Large creature with reach weapon, how does sunder work?
Mar
21
comment Large humanoid with reach weapon and gore, unthreatened radius?
Oh please add if in PF is different please!
Mar
21
revised Large humanoid with reach weapon and gore, unthreatened radius?
semantics
Mar
21
accepted Large humanoid with reach weapon and gore, unthreatened radius?
Mar
21
revised Large creature with reach weapon, how does sunder work?
syntax err
Mar
21
comment Large humanoid with reach weapon and gore, unthreatened radius?
I'm just asking for the potentially unthreatened radius of the sigle large one posted. I think it's irrelevant if other creatures are placed on the battleground. Is there an unthreatened radius? It's clear to me that if it's a medium creature with a reach weapon and a gore attack has no "blindspots" or "blind radius spots" in his threat radius. But what happens with the large one?
Mar
21
comment Large creature with reach weapon, how does sunder work?
Thanks for the fast reply! The Special attack specifically says that provokes an AoO without specifying if your opponent has or hasn't threat range to hit you... If you saw this issue and still think the same as when you first posted, Could you edit your answer to detail a bit more?
Mar
21
asked Large humanoid with reach weapon and gore, unthreatened radius?
Mar
21
asked Large creature with reach weapon, how does sunder work?