[D&D 3.5] Phantasy Star: Start of the Millenium / Re: High End IC Episode II-At the End of the Time Which Can Never Be Returned to« on: April 19, 2019, 11:15:32 AM »
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Two quick questions:Indeed I don't think there's any official effect that deals profane damage, I just wanted an "evil" counterpart to sacred damage although technically evil clerics deal that too. Anyway it's not negative energy damage.
1) Isn't profane damage technically negative energy damage? I'm probably mixing up the two, but I never saw a "profane" damage type before.2) This is literally my first time playing undead, what are the differences for me vis-a-vis rolling Fort?Undeads can count as objects and ignore fort stuff that wouldn't affect objects, but if they do affect objects, then you roll just as normal.
About what are the creatures positions?
A couple Bloody Bulls roughly whitin 30 feet and the two Carmine Eagles roughly 70 feet up above you.
Which reminds me:
Kuroimaken: The Bloody Bulls are colossal sized meaning they have melee reach 30 feet and that's how far away they attacked from. Does Hector has any kind of reach to hit back? If not he'll need to close in and provoke Aoo (unless you have some ability to deny that), and can't full attack unless he has pounce or similar.
Okay, just to be completely clear on this
- we're adopting Elisande, right? All good parties need orphans!
Sure, let's recruit the kid after slaughtering most of her adoptive family. Not like she has much of a future if she stays in this crappy island.
Wow really? Vampires don't have DR? DamAs with all things, Vamps pay for their powers in Blood Money.
Those damage numbers were not quite what I was expecting either