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Re: Fun Finds the 2nd Party Edition
« Reply #40 on: January 06, 2014, 09:47:00 PM »
It's mixed in with the githyanki feats. Sweeping Blade Mastery.

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Re: Fun Finds the 2nd Party Edition
« Reply #41 on: January 06, 2014, 10:07:22 PM »
That explains it. You said it was 157, It's 159.

This guy just got another feat on his list -_-
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« Reply #42 on: January 07, 2014, 01:03:03 AM »
Sry, I just assumed Prime got the # right :|
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Re: Fun Finds the 2nd Party Edition
« Reply #43 on: January 07, 2014, 01:54:28 AM »
So we can't count on Prime's numbers? 

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Re: Fun Finds the 2nd Party Edition
« Reply #44 on: January 07, 2014, 07:54:54 AM »
This guy just got another feat on his list -_-
But do you have Defender's Attack Mastery and Spirit's Grasp Mastery? :p

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Re: Fun Finds the 2nd Party Edition
« Reply #45 on: January 07, 2014, 11:48:53 AM »
This guy just got another feat on his list -_-
But do you have Defender's Attack Mastery and Spirit's Grasp Mastery? :p

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Re: Fun Finds the 2nd Party Edition
« Reply #46 on: January 07, 2014, 01:32:10 PM »
Dragon #289. The details are in my monk handbook.

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Re: Fun Finds the 2nd Party Edition
« Reply #47 on: January 09, 2014, 06:17:00 PM »
Fabricate Bullets in PF. 30 bullets are worth 30 gp, and it only takes 2 gp to make them with a 1st level spell, for a total profit of 13 gp. Hiring a 1st level spellcaster to cast the spell only costs 10 gp, which still leaves 3 gp profit left, or 25% profit per casting purchased, which can take up to 24 hours. Seems like much faster economy breakage than your standard Craft or Profession usage.

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« Reply #48 on: January 10, 2014, 12:33:19 AM »
Fabricate Bullets in PF. 30 bullets are worth 30 gp, and it only takes 2 gp to make them with a 1st level spell, for a total profit of 13 gp. Hiring a 1st level spellcaster to cast the spell only costs 10 gp, which still leaves 3 gp profit left, or 25% profit per casting purchased, which can take up to 24 hours. Seems like much faster economy breakage than your standard Craft or Profession usage.

Well, you could always just break 10 ft ladders into two 10 ft poles (though I suppose that's a little more up to interpretation than your method).
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Re: Fun Finds the 2nd Party Edition
« Reply #49 on: January 11, 2014, 03:23:29 AM »
for those that want to see the Polyhedron 159 information... i scanned all of the pages for people.

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Re: Fun Finds the 2nd Party Edition
« Reply #50 on: January 11, 2014, 02:08:18 PM »
Fabricate Bullets in PF. 30 bullets are worth 30 gp, and it only takes 2 gp to make them with a 1st level spell, for a total profit of 13 gp. Hiring a 1st level spellcaster to cast the spell only costs 10 gp, which still leaves 3 gp profit left, or 25% profit per casting purchased, which can take up to 24 hours. Seems like much faster economy breakage than your standard Craft or Profession usage.

Well, you could always just break 10 ft ladders into two 10 ft poles (though I suppose that's a little more up to interpretation than your method).
Breaking ladders into two 10 foot poles isn't RAW, or RAI, and is extremely gamey.  Especially since a wood ladder by needs has thicker poles than a 10 foot pole would have, and is full of holes for rungs, making it bad for the intended uses of a pole.
So the spell is 100% legal, while the ladder deconstruction is 100% asinine.

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Re: Fun Finds the 2nd Party Edition
« Reply #51 on: January 12, 2014, 12:06:24 AM »
for those that want to see the Polyhedron 159 information... i scanned all of the pages for people.

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Right click on your folder, mouseover "Send to", then click on compressed folder. 40 annoying as hell downloads (and your upload count) reduced to a single file download.
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Re: Fun Finds the 2nd Party Edition
« Reply #52 on: January 12, 2014, 04:33:52 AM »
Lol k... Will do tmw-ish
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Re: Fun Finds the 2nd Party Edition
« Reply #53 on: January 12, 2014, 07:47:56 PM »
More Dragonlance Stuff:


Arcane Staff
Transmutation
Level: Sorcerer/wizard 5
Components: V, S, F
Casting Time: 10 minutes
Range: Touch
Target: Nonmagic quarterstaff touched
Duration: Permanent until discharged (D)
Saving Throw: Will negates (object)
Spell Resistance: Yes (object)
Spells you can normally cast may be placed into a prepared quarterstaff. You can store a number of spell levels equal to your caster level, but no spell can be higher than 4th level. For example, a 9th-level wizard could store two 4th-level spells and a 1stlevel spell; or one 4th-level spell, one 3rd-level spell, and one 2nd-level spell; or any other combination totaling nine levels. 0-level spells cannot be stored within an arcane staff.

A spell stored within the quarterstaff can be cast just as any other spell. It does not count against your normal allotment of spells for a given day. You use up any applicable material components and expend any experience cost to cast the spell when you store it in the staff. You cannot have more than one prepared arcane staff at any given time.
Focus: The masterwork quarterstaff that stores the spells.


Arcane Staff, Greater
Transmutation
Level: Sorcerer/wizard 7
As arcane staff, except that you can store up to your spellcasting level + ability modifi er (Intelligence if a wizard, Charisma if a sorcerer) in total spell levels within the quarterstaff, and the spells you store can be up to 6th level.

Arcane Staff, Lesser
Transmutation
Level: Sorcerer/wizard 3
As arcane staff, except that you can store only up to your ability modifi er (Intelligence if a wizard, Charisma if a sorcerer) in total spell levels within the quarterstaff, and the spells can be only 1st or 2nd level.

Curse the Magi
Necromancy
Level: Sorcerer/wizard 5
Components: V, S, M
Casting Time: 1 standard action
Range: Touch
Target: One arcane spellcaster touched
Duration: Special
Saving Throw: Will negates; see text
Spell Resistance: Yes
You cast a curse upon another spellcaster, rendering her unable to cast her spells without suffering for it. If the spellcaster you target fails her initial Will save to negate the effects, she needs to make additional Will saves in order to cast any spell. On a failed save, the spell fails and the target suffers 4 points of Constitution drain (though her Constitution cannot be taken below 1 in this way). Ability drain can be regained as normal (through restoration, for example), but the effects of curse the magi continue until the affected spellcaster has remove curse cast upon her by a spellcaster of at least 15th level, or through the use of a limited wish, miracle, or wish spell.

This spell does not affect the divine spellcasting classes, but may affect bards if bardic magic is considered arcane in your campaign.
Material Component: An iron mask with a closed mouth.


Timereaver
Transmutation
Level: Sorcerer/wizard 9
Components: V, S, M, F, XP
Casting Time: 1 hour
Range: Close (25 ft. + 5 ft./2 levels)
Effect: One-way portal through time and space.
Duration: Instantaneous
Saving Throw: None
Spell Resistance: No
Another spell known only to the Masters of the respective Towers of High Sorcery, timereaver is one of the most potentially powerful and dangerous spells known on Ansalon. This spell creates a portal through time and space and allows up to 1 individual per 4 levels of the spellcaster to travel through the portal to another period of time.  Originally intended to allow wizards to research the past or the future, the spell allows individuals to travel backward or forward along the River of Time. The travelers can travel up to 20 years per level of the spellcaster backward in time, or 1 year per level of the spellcaster forward in time (as the future is much more diffi cult to navigate). The spell pierces the barriers between both time and space. It requires incredible concentration from the spellcaster in order to ensure that travelers end up at both the right time and in the right place (requiring a Spellcraft check at DC 10 + 1 for every decade traveled backward and a Spellcraft check at DC 15 + 1 for every year traveled forward). If the Spellcraft check is failed: 1) the travelers end up either in the right time but the wrong place — 25 miles away per point the Spellcraft check is failed, in a random direction (50% chance), 2) in the right place but the wrong time — up to 5 years per point the Spellcraft check is failed either before or after the targeted time (50% chance). Either failure may place the travelers in a precarious situation, particularly as the spell is a one-way trip (unless the travelers are provided with a means of returning, such as through the device of time journeying or another such rare, powerful artifact).

At the beginning of time, the High God dictated that alterations to the River of Time were forbidden, thus those using the timereaver spell cannot affect either the past or the future, no matter how hard they try (as a pebble dropped into a river cannot alter the river’s path). However, if one of the Chaos Races (any race altered by the effects of the Graystone, such as kender, gully dwarves, dwarves, minotaurs, or sea elves) travels through time, the touch of Chaos within them allows for the possibility of time alteration — a potentially disastrous consequence. This spell was primarily used by the Masters of the Towers to send individuals through time to research aspects of the past or the future, secure in the knowledge the travelers could do little to affect the River of Time.  Such expeditions were rarely undertaken, however, as artifacts like the device of time journeying (which originally allowed only a single individual to return through time) are exceedingly rare and difficult to produce.

Material Component: A magical circle, created by a mixture of rare ingredients worth at least 10,000 stl + 1000 stl per decade traveled backward in time or per year traveled forward in time.

Arcane Focus: A major artifact, which is temporarily inert for 1 hour per decade of time traversed backwards or 1 year of time traveled forward.

XP Cost: 1,000 XP + 500 XP/decade traveled backward in time or year traveled forward in time.

Note: Prior to the Chaos War, traveling forward in the future reveals a world the gods never left, for Takhisis had not stolen the world. Following the Chaos War, traveling backward in time is impossible past the beginning of the Fifth Age (the moment Chaos was defeated and Takhisis stole the world) up until the gods return after the War of Souls, at which point movement forward and backward in time is unhindered.

Source: Towers of High Sorcery.
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Re: Fun Finds the 2nd Party Edition
« Reply #54 on: January 12, 2014, 08:45:47 PM »
Yeah, saw those when doing my spell list. They are pretty brutal.

I want a hard copy of that book, but they're like $120
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Re: Fun Finds the 2nd Party Edition
« Reply #55 on: January 13, 2014, 12:01:19 AM »
Wow, those Arcane Staff Spells are some of the best downtime spells I've seen in a long time. Spend a month of downtime getting the ability to nova over a hundred of your favorite 7th level or lower slots (assuming Sanctum Spell) or toss together all those knocks that your wizard would have to get a wand for otherwise. Very awesome.

EDIT: Or hell, a StPE.

EDIT2: Best for a Sha'ir though!
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Re: Fun Finds the 2nd Party Edition
« Reply #56 on: January 13, 2014, 12:23:24 AM »
Wow, those Arcane Staff Spells are some of the best downtime spells I've seen in a long time. Spend a month of downtime getting the ability to nova over a hundred of your favorite 7th level or lower slots (assuming Sanctum Spell) or toss together all those knocks that your wizard would have to get a wand for otherwise. Very awesome.

EDIT: Or hell, a StPE.

EDIT2: Best for a Sha'ir though!
Except for that line that says you can only have one at a time.

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Re: Fun Finds the 2nd Party Edition
« Reply #57 on: January 13, 2014, 12:34:13 AM »
So the Conductive property from Pathfinder ultimate equipment is interesting in 3.5...

Conductive
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For instance, Am I crazy or would this ability on ammunition allow a Warlock to strike at range multiple times in a round with Eldritch blast? I know there are plenty of uses for this in 3.5 that could be fun, any thoughts?

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Re: Fun Finds the 2nd Party Edition
« Reply #58 on: January 13, 2014, 12:41:54 AM »
Kingdoms of Kalamar feat:

PARRY [GENERAL]
Prerequisite: Proficient with weapon, base attack bonus +1 or higher. Originate from or train in Brandobia, Kalamar, Svimohzia or the Young Kingdoms.
Normal: Characters without this feat are assumed to be parrying as part of a standard combat procedure, they simply don’t get an extra chance to fend off that successful attack.
Benefit: Choose one type of medium-sized or larger melee weapon. If an opponent rolls well enough to strike you, you can attempt to parry that one blow if you are wielding your chosen weapon type.

You make a special extra “attack” roll (at your highest base attack bonus and including Strength, weapon focus and magic bonuses). If you match or beat your opponent’s to hit roll, you block the blow and take no damage. Otherwise you are struck normally.

If you score a ciritcal hit on a successful parry, roll damage against your opponent’s weapon. If it hits but is not a critical, the blow is deflected but the blocked weapon is not harmed.  You can only use the Parry feat once per round. It is not a free attack or move, it is an action triggered only by an opponent’s attack that would otherwise hit. You must be aware of that attack to use this feat. A character who takes his five-foot step may parry and attack in the same round. If he takes the normal move, he may parry OR attack, but not both. If he moves more than his normal speed (such as in a charge), he cannot parry at all. Characters with multiple attacks can sacrifice one attack for a parry, but still cannot parry more than once per round.  Note that a character can parry an unarmed attack, but the attacker suffers only nonlethal damage (if the parrying character succeeds), unless the parrying character rolls a critical hit, in which case the unarmed attacker takes normal damage.

Special: You can take this feat multiple times. The effects do
not stack. Each time you take the feat, it applies to a new
weapon.

Source: Villain Design Handbook

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Re: Fun Finds the 2nd Party Edition
« Reply #59 on: January 13, 2014, 01:07:56 AM »
Wow, those Arcane Staff Spells are some of the best downtime spells I've seen in a long time. Spend a month of downtime getting the ability to nova over a hundred of your favorite 7th level or lower slots (assuming Sanctum Spell) or toss together all those knocks that your wizard would have to get a wand for otherwise. Very awesome.

EDIT: Or hell, a StPE.

EDIT2: Best for a Sha'ir though!
Except for that line that says you can only have one at a time.

Wow, amazing what a failed spot check can get you. On the other hand, I'm halfway through a Sha'ir build now.