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answered Any rules or fluff around a technomancer infected with HMHVV?
Apr
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answered Can a Pyeryem Mage Talk to a Black/Porte Wolf?
Apr
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comment AoO and Touch spells on Allies
The Touch Attacks excerpt does not differentiate between harmful and beneficial spells for the purpose of delivering a touch spell. Therefore, yes.
Apr
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revised Do Psicrystals get feats?
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Apr
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answered Do Psicrystals get feats?
Apr
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answered AoO and Touch spells on Allies
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Apr
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comment Is there an (online) SRD for Cthulhu d20?
+1 for the right quote.
Apr
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comment Is there an (online) SRD for Cthulhu d20?
the most official quote I have seen is wiki, but okay, done.
Apr
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answered Is there an (online) SRD for Cthulhu d20?
Apr
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comment Is there an (online) SRD for Cthulhu d20?
Does a pdf on Scribd, viewable online, count? Apart from that, I would't really hope for an SRD since it was not released under OGL.
Apr
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answered I want Lay on Hands, but I think Paladins are campaign-wreckers and won't play one. What are my options?
Apr
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comment How can I get a character with the lowest hit points possible?
Frail flaw explicitly allows getting 0 hp per hit die.
Apr
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comment How can I get a character with the lowest hit points possible?
@LorenPechtel I can with Frail flaw.
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comment How can I get a character with the lowest hit points possible?
Rite and weapon are flat modifiers to your hp total, not per-die, and therefore are not subject to minimum-per-die restrictions anyway.