-You mention you're going kinda nova and burning through resources fast, so any battles that you can win where you would lose if the enemies are doubled? Because if you're still winning over half of them then that's too stronk.
The nova aspect is the ability to chuck a 400ft ranged touch attack for 1d6 per spellfire charge expended. both my safe capacity and my maximum expenditure are equal to my CON score, but my UNSAFE capacity can go up to 5x that much. Nothing on this list dies to 12d6 spellfire, and most of them could even survive a second shot (assuming someone had the resources to overcharge me)
My only two offensive resources that survive the first few turns of a fight are my truespeak checks (so I can keep a piddly 2d6 DoT on a target for a while) and my invisibility. If I'm trapped in an arena all alone with any of these things I'd be pretty fucked in general.
-Did you take in account the dragon's blindsense? That way it would be able to detect where you are even if invisible and hit-and-run with lighting breath.
(Reversed) Seek the Sky shuts off flight and the normal version grants flight. My plan would be to root it and get out of the 60ft range before the root wears off (even with extend it's only 2 rounds
). I have no idea how I'd actually BEAT that fight on my own.
-The vrock has at-will mirror image, you got any way to go around that and if not can you win the slugfest of you trying to hit the real vrock while removing spores and it just telekinesis stuff in your general direction hoping to make up for the 50% concealment chance?
I can't remove the spores mid-combat (recitations are full round actions that provoke), I can quicken dispel a few times before the Law of Resistance stops me, but it won't last. I definitely won't win the slugfest. My to-hit is +12, and my damage without after Iaijutsu is expended is 1d4+5. In a few levels I'd have True Seeing+Blindsight as an utterance, but that's a ways off.
Without a party, my support-oriented know-it-all skillmonkey is pretty terrible. Spellfire requires ammo so it's only good for a round or two without an enemy mage to drain, Truenaming has potential to throw around damage over time, but I chose battlefield control and support abilities instead (I have a single level 4 utterance. You bet I'm gonna use it for Solid Fog and not a blasting spell that requires 2 turns to cast). If any of these monsters were casting offensive spells at me directly or self-buffing with something other than mirror image, I'd be real good at breaking that down and letting other people take them apart.
So, my revised list:
A lot of Shadows.
- They can't really hurt me, and I think my DoT is enough to kill them.
An evil 10th level cleric with a big pile of 1HD human skeletons tagging along.
- If it's offensively-oriented, I can feed off the spells indefinitely. If it's pure buffs, I can dispel quite a few of them. It's a toss-up.
A Fire Giant.
- It doesn't have an answer to invisibility, but I don't do enough damage to kill it in a timely manner. Attrition win, but law of resistance will be biting me in the ass by then.
A pair of Mind Flayers.
- I auto-succeed on the saves and can FoM at will to avoid the grapples. They aren't dumb enough to keep feeding me spells though, so I'm only gonna get a little extra spellfire out of them before they wise up.
- Scent and Web are awkward to deal with together, but I'm pretty sure invisibility still holds up here, with emergency use of Dimension Door/FoM. Cunning Surge to be able to go invisible and DDoor on the same turn might be required.
- 300+ HP of regenerating beef is too much to burn through. I could lock 1-2 down at a time, and MAYBE kill one with slightly above-average maxed Spellfire blast.
A Young Blue Dragon.
- I could take it to half health before running out of resources, but I could pretty handily escape due to the root+antiflight combo.
- Recitations are no good in combat, I can turn off flying or fly myself, but I can't actually beat at-will mirror image + telekinesis.
Across the board the winning move is to not engage alone. Anything I can actually solo is either smart enough to not let me slowly unmake them, or big enough to jack the law of resistance through the roof.