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A Loremaster with an intelligence bonus of +7 or better can learn "Any one feat" at level 1 via the Applicable knowledge secret. (I don't expect this to be useful for your build, unfortunately.)


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The ranseur has reach; that’s vastly more valuable than the slightly better damage of the heavy flail (and the slightly better criticals are barely a factor at all). Of the simple and martial weapons, it’s your best bet. But as long as we’re discussing weapons with special properties for disarming, unarmed strikes have to be mentioned: they let you take the ...


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This is ridiculous, but I have a solution, of sorts. The reason for two levels of barbarian or druidic avenger was for the sake of rage, because Chaos Rage only gives me up to 4 levels’ worth of it to play with, so as a 6th-level character I needed at least two levels of a class that actually has rage. But barbarian and druidic avenger aren’t the only ...


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It is a caster level 'substitute' for a class with Invocations class feature. It affects checks to beat targets' Spell Resistance, level dependent variables of Invocations (of those which have them, obviously), various detection issues, etc. If you are interested in formal reading, then there is really no such thing as invoker level as a defined game term (...


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It doesn't say It could clearly spell it out, and it doesn't. But there are clues First, the spell says the amount of information revealed depends on how long you study a particular area or subject. This spell requires concentration. Second, the rules for the second round say you learn information about each creature in the area. They then elaborate if you ...


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To calculate E (the energy, in joules) needed to lift an object to a determined height the following formula can be used: E = W x G x H Weight of the object being lifted in kilograms (W) times the acceleration of gravity of the location in meters per second squared (G) times the height to which the object is being lifted in meters (H). Per the question info, ...


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There is a Variant Rule on page 27 of the DMG called Damage to Specific Areas. Sometimes, despite the abstract nature of combat, you’re going to want to apply damage to specific parts of the body, such as when a character’s hands are thrust into flames, when he steps on caltrops, or when he peeks through a hole in the wall and someone shoots an arrow into ...


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The shadowspy from complete champion (p.105) gets bonus feats every other level starting at 2nd, but it requires some divine casting prerequisites. Combat casting is on the list, though. Another option is mirror move, which can grant it but only for a limited time which can of course cause problems as a prereq, and I don't know if you count a web thing as ...


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I know this is an old question, but I would assume that the thunderclap effect happens the round you cast the spell. Note that the trigger is "When you cast", not "when a spell you have cast deals damage"; I would have said that the spellcasting itself is what "concludes with a mighty thunderclap", at the end of the incantation (...


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