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There is probably nothing that bothers me as much as when people don't accept answers to their question and give no explanation whatsoever. Did you find an answer by yourself? Post it! Did you find all answers unfit? Leave them a comment, so they can know what you're still missing.
There really is no excuse to just leave them sitting there for more than, let's say, a week. Any more than that's just being a dick to the people that went out of their way to help you, as well as harming RPG.SE as a whole.


Dec
18
comment Can a cat familiar open a potion bottle by itself?
@Zibbobz: Leaving aside the question of whether or not the text is actually referencing size categories, the SRD defines a Tiny creature as 1 ft. - 2 ft. tall. Clearly that's not the case with a potion, unless you have really big ounces where you come from.
Oct
30
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Oct
27
comment How does Anticipate Teleportation Greater affect someone walking through a Dimension Door?
Wouldn't be proper. I'm his DM :P
Oct
27
comment How does Anticipate Teleportation Greater affect someone walking through a Dimension Door?
You're assuming that the effect of the spell only applies right before the moment when the creature arrives. In a particular moment that in many teleport spells doesn't even exist without this spell in effect. (Stand is an immediate effect, for example. You're never "in transit" if there is no effect that delays you.)
Oct
27
comment How does Anticipate Teleportation Greater affect someone walking through a Dimension Door?
@Yandros While I'm AFB and as such can't give a definitive answer to the rest, one thing is clear: if the hourglass must be carried or worn by the spell's recipient while the spell is in effect, and the recipient ceases to carry the hourglass, then the spell is no longer in effect.
Oct
27
comment How does Anticipate Teleportation Greater affect someone walking through a Dimension Door?
The spell may not be dismissible in the normal way, but... Focus: A tiny hourglass of platinum and crystal costing 500 gp, which must be carried or worn by the spell's recipient while the spell is in effect. you can just chuck the focus away and the effect immediately ends.
Oct
11
comment Can you attack and then do Total Defense in the same turn?
Certainly not! I just wanted to add a clarification, lest anyone think "You can't attack and do Total Defense in the same turn" is a general rule. Your post answered the question just fine; if I thought it was inaccurate, I would have posted an answer myself.
Oct
10
comment Can you attack and then do Total Defense in the same turn?
Actually, you can, provided you get an extra standard action from somewhere, or a way to attack as a free/swift/immediate action before using total defense, etc. I'm AFB at the moment, so I'm not entirely sure if there's a purely Pathfinder way to do this, though.
Aug
21
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Aug
9
comment Can a Wizard/Artificer teach spells to himself?
@KRyan Well spotted. "The creator must have prepared the spell to be scribed <...> The act of writing triggers the prepared spell". Since the creation feat lists requirements, I was fooled into thinking that those were the only ones and din't think to check this.
Jul
16
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6
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Feb
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Sep
29
comment How do I roleplay a character more intelligent than I am?
@AllenGould Which is one of many reasons why it's important to communicate with your players and make sure everyone is having fun.
Sep
27
comment How do I roleplay a character more intelligent than I am?
@AllenGould I understand how that could be a problem (in fact, I remember when a DM of mine expected me to perform the duties of my bard... even though I have zero musical talent), but that's why I suggested giving hints or partial solutions instead. Just giving them the solution is basically a "you don't need to play, just roll a a die to win!", and wouldn't be fun at all.
Apr
4
comment What happens to a returning weapon if someone else grabs and throws it?
@b300mussolini I'm don't think a thrown person would qualify as a projectile weapon for the purposes of Snatch Arrow and the like. Could you give more info on the items or feats, or are they homebrew?
Apr
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