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Friday, 24th November, 2017

  • 11:31 PM - Eltab quoted William Hola in post Let us share our funny (but maybe deadly) character builds!
    Schizophrenia: A long-term mental disorder of a type involving a breakdown in the relation between thought, emotion, and behavior, leading to faulty perception, inappropriate actions and feelings, withdrawal from reality and personal relationships into fantasy and delusion, and a sense of mental fragmentation. (Schizophrenic) So what IS the proper term for "acts like two people are inside his head at once"?

Wednesday, 22nd November, 2017

  • 10:50 PM - Croesus quoted William Hola in post Let us share our funny (but maybe deadly) character builds!
    Schizophrenia: A long-term mental disorder of a type involving a breakdown in the relation between thought, emotion, and behavior, leading to faulty perception, inappropriate actions and feelings, withdrawal from reality and personal relationships into fantasy and delusion, and a sense of mental fragmentation. (Schizophrenic) Yeah, I should have used "multiple personality disorder" or some such. Oh well, not the first (or last) mistake I'll make in this life. :)
  • 10:38 PM - Croesus quoted William Hola in post Let us share our funny (but maybe deadly) character builds!
    Schizophrenia: A long-term mental disorder of a type involving a breakdown in the relation between thought, emotion, and behavior, leading to faulty perception, inappropriate actions and feelings, withdrawal from reality and personal relationships into fantasy and delusion, and a sense of mental fragmentation. (Schizophrenic) So, basically all paladins?
  • 09:35 PM - mellored quoted William Hola in post New Primal Path and Why it is OP
    Who else has noticed that the new primal path (barbarian) Zealot is way too overpowered at level 14? If I am reading it correctly, the barbarian is unkillable if he has a good healer or just a few healing potions. For those people who don’t have the book yet, it says that while the barbarian in raging he cannot get the unconscious effect due to getting to 0 HP and if he gets healed even after “dying” due to death saving throws he can still stay alive. That means if he is level 15 per say and he has a nice regenerate spell casted on him, he won't die. Do yall have any thoughts on this? That tactic works for anyone. A fighter goes down, get's healed, stands up, and attacks without missing a turn. The barbarian just doesn't need to stand up, or lose it's rage. Nice, but hardly OP.
  • 06:48 PM - Caliban quoted William Hola in post New Primal Path and Why it is OP
    I really do not know if that feature protects you from "instant-kill" effects or not. Part of me is saying that it would just because of how it is worded but another part is saying not so much. I'm not 100% certain either, but I'm leaning toward "You dead, real dead." Probably a good question for Sage Advice.
  • 06:36 PM - Caliban quoted William Hola in post New Primal Path and Why it is OP
    Caliban, I was more or less thinking it is overpowered while having its buddies warding off enemy spellcasters while he/she stood there like an awesome meat shield. If I am correct the path is about the most berserk barbarian path yet (if you know what I mean). It does mean they are incredibly vulnerable to a lot of "insta-kill" effects while at 0 HP. Disintegrate, Power Word Kill, Finger of Death, etc.
  • 05:49 PM - Caliban quoted William Hola in post New Primal Path and Why it is OP
    Who else has noticed that the new primal path (barbarian) Zealot is way too overpowered at level 14? If I am reading it correctly, the barbarian is unkillable if he has a good healer or just a few healing potions. For those people who don’t have the book yet, it says that while the barbarian in raging he cannot get the unconscious status effect and if he gets healed even after “dying” due to death saving throws he can still stay alive. That means if he is level 15 per say and he has a nice regenerate spell casted on him, he won't die. Do yall have any thoughts on this? That's true only if you assume opponents of the barbarian will only use damaging attacks. Easiest way to deal with it is to put them in "time out" of some kind after they get into the danger zone. Banishment, Maze, Hold Monster/Person, Suggestion (Run home as fast as you can...), etc.

Tuesday, 14th November, 2017

  • 07:48 PM - Istbor quoted William Hola in post They Broke Arcane Archer!!!
    If you look at the official AL website they say ignore the typo How can they do that?! I can't just ignore it now. It's all I can think about, it's all I can see! What horror has WotC wrought!?!

Thursday, 2nd November, 2017

  • 02:35 PM - Mort quoted William Hola in post Dragonscale armor question
    Too true, though that is the reason I said consult with your DM. In my mind (but maybe not the mind of YOUR DM) dragonscale armor is not "magical". The reason I say this is because dragonscales their self are not "magical" persay, they are just very hard and resistant to the type of damage the dragon uses. Even knowing in the DMG it is considered a "magical item", I think it is just there because there is no better place to put it. When I made my first post I was thinking that the person who was going to make the dragonscale armor might be able to cast fabricate himself OR ask a friend to do it for him as a favor. There are a lot of backgrounds that allow you to become proficient with a particular tool so if you plan in advance to use fabricate as a business, it should not be that hard. Also, if you are willing to spend some gold and around 100 downtime you could learn to use a new tool. As I said in my first post, consult with your DM and no other because your DM is going to be running for you an...
  • 02:33 PM - Ovinomancer quoted William Hola in post Dragonscale armor question
    What is a neco post? I am kind of new to this forum and that first post was my first ever.Check the date of the last post before you first.

Thursday, 26th October, 2017

  • 04:47 PM - Mort quoted William Hola in post Dragonscale armor question
    It really depends. If you are a spellcaster with the fourth level spell Frabicate then making dragonscale armor would be a walk in the park and I would suggest an 75-90% discount. If you are not a spellcaster then I suggest you take a 50% discount. I agree that you should always consult with your DM because they all have their own opinion. Fabricate is a 4th level spell plus the spellcaster casting it would have to have skill as an armor smith. Unless you happen to have such in your party, it's not easy to find such a person and they would likely come at a premium, not a discount. That's assuming your DM rules the Dragonscale is nonmagical - Fabricate can't work with/craft magical items. Looking at the discription of Dragon Scale armor, I'd certainly say it was magical for my game (heck, it requires attunement, unlike even basic magic armor) To answer the question, the scales seem like a good portion of the cost. I'd give a steep discount (50% or so) or, more likely,l: If I have the Smith, reco...
  • 04:29 PM - Phazonfish quoted William Hola in post Dragonscale armor question
    It really depends. If you are a spellcaster with the fourth level spell Frabicate then making dragonscale armor would be a walk in the park and I would suggest an 75-90% discount. If you are not a spellcaster then I suggest you take a 50% discount. I agree that you should always consult with your DM because they all have their own opinion. Wow, nice necro post. A few relevant details: Fabricate cannot be used to make magic items, which I think the armor may still be classified as. Even if its not, anything that requires a good deal of skill to craft requires you to have proficiency in the relevant tool to create with Fabricate.

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