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XP awards are relative Sadly, this is not explicitly stated in the text, we only get that: the XP earned is based on the level of the challenge the party overcame. (Core 507) But on the next page we can see "Table 10-8:XP Awards", which clearly demonstrates that "level of the challange", above, is meant relatively, with rows like: Adversary Level / ...


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It makes the druid a lot tankier, per combat Giving the druid additional uses of Wild Shape effectively gives them extra hit points between each short rest, especially if they're Circle of the Moon and can use these extra Wild Shape activations as a bonus action. Whether this makes them "overpowered" depends a lot on your campaign and encounter design (for ...


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Capstones (level 20 class features) are meant to be very powerful Lets start with your first concern, while a 2-infinity chart would be silly looking for power progression the level 20 class features are all very strong and meant to showcase the player and character at the height of their abilities within the world. A level 20 druid can Wild Shape as much ...


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I get both racial and class level, according to the special leveling table, right? Right, you should be aware of which racial abilities you get since you won't get all of them. And last question, may I just use all racial abilities from start, like a LA+1 character? No. Unless you pay the LA as usual (in this case, starting as a level 2 character, level ...


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Correct. Mystic Theurge levels do not count as levels in your previous classes. Like many of the other prestige classes, levels of Mystic Theurge stack with the spellcasting features of the character's previous classes, but do not otherwise stack with the other class features. When a new mystic theurge level is gained, the character gains new spells per ...


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After doing some interpolation I found that this equation was the best-fit (note \$x\$=level): $$ \text{XP}=3.7825 x^4-134.59 x^3+2572.6 x^2-10699 x+10703 $$


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In addition to what's stated in ValhallaGH's answer, to be able to summon different types of minions, you need the Variable Type extra, possibly two ranks if they really vary a lot. Variable Type: Minions are normally identical in terms of traits, although they may differ cosmetically. With this modifier you can summon different minions of a general type (...


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There is no hard limit to the ranks of Summon you can have (unlike the Sidekick Advantage). There are soft limits, based upon your character's available power points / character points and the power level of your minion(s), but those are not hard limits. The ONLY way to summon more than one minion with Summon is the Multiple Minions modifier (which you can ...


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