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comment Do damaging magic Effects deal automatic or rolled damage?
I see, but the contribution of successes kinda confused me. M20 mentions (p.502) how different Effects have a minimum number of successes required. Do there contribute to the damage/duration or only the ones beyond base/required successes do?
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comment Is Bard or Warlock closer to Rolemaster's Mentalist?
Would homebrew options that need to be worked on be acceptable for your need?
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asked Do damaging magic Effects deal automatic or rolled damage?
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comment What happens to objects, changed while transmuted using Minor Alchemy, after they revert?
@GMJoe My BSc is in Informatics so I'm not entirely sure :P I was thinking of the distinction between physical and chemical alteration (here we have the second) because there is no physical force affecting the 'item', rather a change in it's own nature which may in fact change it's shape (eg solid pieces reverting into dust)
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comment How do polymorph-like spells interact with spellcasting capability?
I believe that all 3 provide different merits/limitations regarding spellcasting in particular, which are not immediately obvious and wanted to convey that in my question. Perhaps the optimization tag should be here too. Got any suggestions for formatting?
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asked How do polymorph-like spells interact with spellcasting capability?
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comment Are spent spell slots maintained when True Polymorphing between two spellcasting forms?
@DaleM Truth is I've been wondering for a while so, later, I might post a more general form along the lines of "How do Poly line of spells work with spellcasting abilities, in comparison".
May
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comment Are spent spell slots maintained when True Polymorphing between two spellcasting forms?
A pretty good question here though is "if True Poly essentially gives you a whole new array of spell slots then is there any reason to use Shapechange (which explicitly allows you to keep your own spellcasting abilities) over TP?"
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comment How to distinguish between arcane and divine spellcasters?
One could also add custom spells in the mix. Casters and especially arcanists are known to develop their own modified spells so there's nothing preventing you from having a higher level spell like "Analyze Magic Aura" in your table.