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I'm a 3.5 player who is now trying his hand at playing "behind the screen"


Nov
29
awarded  Yearling
Nov
26
comment Which D&D 3.5 deities grant the pride domain?
It's important to remember that Clerics don't have to have a deity, they can simply have "ideals" if you can't find one that "jives" with what you're going for. @Hey-I-Can-Chan's answer addresses your question I just wanted to give you another angle
Nov
26
comment Can an undead cleric resurrect himself?
@Roflo the real question would be, if this cleric had no deity but instead worshiped ideals, and his ideals changed as an undead, would he keep his same ideals or would he revert back to his pre-undead ideals. (note that this probably wouldnt have happened or if so has already course corrected else under most circumstances the undead cleric probably wouldn't want to return to life)
Nov
26
comment Can an undead cleric resurrect himself?
@Roflo sorry I totally missed your comment before. What you are asking doesn't even come into play. If he's resurrecting himself it's whatever deity (or ideal) he's worshiping himself. The workings of which was covered in the answer.
Nov
26
comment How do you handle the cost increase for magic items with multiple effects?
I gave u the +1 b/c i think ur answer is technically correct. IMO the reason you have low votes is b/c its hard to read. spruce it up a bit, throw in a table and viola you'd have an excellent answer
Nov
26
comment How do you handle the cost increase for magic items with multiple effects?
@ZellFaze that would be worth its weight in gold! Puns aside that would be a GREAT program
Nov
26
awarded  Good Answer
Oct
9
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
6
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
7
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
1
awarded  Notable Question
Aug
29
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
21
awarded  Nice Answer
Jul
11
comment Is Improved Trip / Combat Reflexes / Elusive Target / Spiked Chain overly powerful?
Huh, whatdya know, learned something new. We've never played with any of those rules. Question, it says "can" does that mean that (in instance of the person being an enemy opt NOT to provide the bonus? I dont see how as people reading the rules but it says "can" which means to me that there are ways in can not. Either way +1 & thx for the education
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
13
accepted Does the Cloistered Cleric's skill list include the original Cleric's skills?
Jun
13
comment Does the Cloistered Cleric's skill list include the original Cleric's skills?
There actually are several instances of "Replace" x with y, but it doesnt actually say that in this case. The lack of clarity is what caused the dispute and honestly, if you couldn't tell already I AGREE with exactly what you're saying but in order to solidify the argument was hoping that it was explicitly worded somewhere.
Jun
13
revised What exactly are “regular” and “normal” movement, and what counts as each?
Modified answer IAW the Rules Compendium
Jun
13
comment Does the Cloistered Cleric's skill list include the original Cleric's skills?
I see your logic, it's the same logic I used. Maybe I can best state paraphrase my thought as a different Question: @KRyan "Does your name include the letters K R y a n?"
Jun
9
comment What CR adjustment should I make for Divine Rank 0
Ah, ok well technically I agree with ur reasoning about stuff being overrated (5 fire resist) & do not plan on implementing it as much as the book stated. However, I was answering the question as asked & not trying to use unfair advantage of being the asker. That said, when I get home ill make some edits to bring it a little closer in line.