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Jun
21
revised What is Break Enchantment actually useful for?
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21
revised What is Break Enchantment actually useful for?
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Jun
21
answered What is Break Enchantment actually useful for?
Jun
21
revised As a Gnome Bard in a Pathfinder Campaign, is there any way to obtain the Fire Music Feat without Multi-Classing?
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Jun
21
revised As a Gnome Bard in a Pathfinder Campaign, is there any way to obtain the Fire Music Feat without Multi-Classing?
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Jun
21
answered As a Gnome Bard in a Pathfinder Campaign, is there any way to obtain the Fire Music Feat without Multi-Classing?
Jun
21
comment Does Spell Perfection double the bonus dice from Intensified Spell?
The feat does not add bonus dice. It raises the cap on the number of dice, which technically is a set numerical bonus.
Jun
19
comment What Are Freedom of Movement's Limits?
If it were that simple, this question wouldn't exist in the first place!
Jun
19
comment What Are Freedom of Movement's Limits?
All this does is assert a particular interpretation.
Jun
19
comment Converting Saving Throws from AD&D to D&D Next
IIRC certain types of saves, while theoretically tied to the source of the effect, were also related to the severity of it. Sometimes a save vs. petrification would have little to do with turning to stone; it was chosen because it was harder/easier to save against than the other options.
Jun
19
comment Anywhere I can find more magic item sets for 3.5e?
"Possibly the most dangerous and least acceptable course is to simply concoct some sets of your own" -- I can't really agree that this is dangerous or unacceptable. If you homebrew content and it is unbalanced, you can simply change it. :)
Jun
19
comment Are Rakshasas supported as a playable race?
"technically that means Wizards considers the book's contents (with errata) are considered 3.5-compliant." -- I have never been able to find a statement by Wizards to this effect. If you know of one, please add it over here! :)
Jun
19
comment What Feats do I want to take to maximize my effectiveness with a crossbow?
I've played a highish-level archer, and other than fighter feats it looks like you've covered every good ranged feat I've taken. I do think I saw a couple of xbow-specific feats; if I can find any I'll add it as an actual answer.
Jun
18
comment Making a character who gets stronger as he/she takes damage
That's kind of a hilariously overpowered spell in the right circumstances.
Jun
18
reviewed Approve suggested edit on In Moldvay's Basic D&D, how much time does it take to do something?
Jun
17
comment Can a character without limbs use the monk's abilities
Even by the RAW, neither PCs nor NPCs are bound by the monster's listed alignment: "The alignments listed for each monster represent the norm for those monsters—they can vary as you require them to in order to serve the needs of your campaign"
Jun
16
comment Can subdual damage be used to Sunder?
@ThomasJacobs I don't know about sundering specifically, but piercing weapons simply can't be used to smash an object, and ranged weapons do half damage.
Jun
16
comment Precision Damage and Damage Reduction clarification
@JStephen 3.5 used "precision" damage as a game term in a few places, but it was never defined. It was just a concept in the designers heads, that popped out in a few places like manyshot: "Regardless of the number of arrows you fire, you apply precision-based damage only once."
Jun
16
revised Precision damage and damage reduction
Since it's been errata'd, no point in mentioning it.
Jun
16
answered Precision Damage and Damage Reduction clarification