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Oct
22
comment Is your character's ability to avoid attacks based solely on AC?
A bit of nitpicking - AC isn't a way to avoid being attacked. Every other possible option (not being seen, not being there, having a wall between you and attacker, negotiating with the attacker, etc) might be ways to avoid being attacked, but AC comes into play when you are being attacked and it might help you avoid the effects of that attack, not prevent the attack itself.
Oct
3
comment How do summa of sound quality achieve a quality of 28-level?
This is the key point. Even if we're ignoring exceptional and rare books, we should expect most books in every covenant to be something that they wouldn't be able to make themselves; if you aren't in the top 1% in a particular field, then you'll be using something copied from their writings.
Oct
2
comment Plane shifter Hole of Oblivion (patent pending)
This means that the destination shouldn't be a fall nor hindering terrain. However, other destination possibilities are still viable. For example, an isolated cage buried deep underground wouldn't require a saving throw; nor would a dungeon room with a trigger that drops a room-sized boulder when anybody is teleported there.
Sep
21
comment Purchasing a Bar
@xenoterracide if it brings in, say, $X of profit/month, then a rule of thumb is that purchasing it without having free capital requires a loan that costs approximately $X / month. If they don't 'deserve' resources, don't give free money to them. Furthermore, in nWoD if they would have a profit, then all of it would reflect only in the Resources merit and nothing else - if they need to obtain something, then that always comes from Resources and not from a different pocket called "the bar".
Sep
21
answered Purchasing a Bar
Sep
20
answered Can Lodestone Lure be used on adjacent targets?
Sep
17
comment Does moving around an opponent trigger an Opportunity Attack?
This is a issue that I haven't seen clarified in RAW. But in similarity with all the other actions (i.e., twin strike - declare both targets first, not change your mind after the firs strike is resolved), I'd rule that players can make decisions at the times when they choose actions, not during resolution. I.e., if the action is "I go to spot X" then they can't suddenly decide to retreat backwards if an AOO hits.
Sep
17
comment If movement is interrupted and an enemy occupies the destination square, is the movement lost?
For other actions, there's no such things as "minor changes" - if the original target isn't available, then you can't redirect to another target even if there's one in range, and the action is invalidated completely, not 'disturbed'.
Sep
16
comment Does moving around an opponent trigger an Opportunity Attack?
@SevenSidedDie the illustration looks like an edge case for an interpretation of "leaves a square adjacent to you" where the after-movement square isn't adjacent, i.e., in this picture a player could claim that they never "leave" B.
Sep
16
comment Does moving around an opponent trigger an Opportunity Attack?
@winterblood I was always of the impression that in RAW (have to look it up though) you have to declare the whole move action at once; Maybe B doesn't know the remainder of the movement after that single square and has to decide with the limited information, but A can't change course depending on, say, if AOO's hit (except when taking a second move action).
Sep
14
reviewed Approve suggested edit on +1 AC or +20 HP--which is better for a nimble, frontline character?
Sep
13
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Sep
10
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How can I stop playing to win?
Sep
10
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Sep
10
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Sep
10
comment Without a magic item economy, what is gold for?
@Lohoris the OP doesn't mention "keeping it a small party" but rather mentions that they don't want to turn it into a kingdom simulation game. You still can use lots and lots of hired help to support your small party of PCs, as long as you keep it "offscreen". You don't need to roleplay the process of obtaining hirelings and the internal politics if that's not your thing; but if you want to, say, destroy an evil cult holdout, then you have an option to get a pro thief to scout it out before you go inside yourself; or buying the holdout plans (incl secret passages) from the guild that built it.
Sep
10
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Sep
10
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Sep
10
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Without a magic item economy, what is gold for?
Sep
10
answered Without a magic item economy, what is gold for?