My PF Questions - Page 5

1. Originally Posted by Malgwyn
Awesome. That's what I thought it might be but wasn't sure

Thank you
Just in case you don't want to do the math, this might come in handy someday in case you want to create Atlas, or show off to the serving wenches in the local tavern. (taken from 4chan, of all places...)

Mount Everest ============ 2.909836E13 tons ::: STR 256 = maximum carrying capacity of 32,369,622,321,725.44 tons
Earth's Moon ============= 8.099453E19 tons ::: STR 363 = maximum carrying capacity of 88,544,371,553,805,847,756.8 tons
Earth ==================== 6.584767E21 tons ::: STR 395 = maximum carrying capacity of 7,555,786,372,591,432,341,913.6 tons
Jupiter ================== 2.092848E23 tons ::: STR 436 = maximum carrying capacity of 2,224,423,508,090,917,681,459,363.84 tons
The Sun ================== 2.191874E27 tons ::: STR 486 = maximum carrying capacity of 2,277,809,672,285,099,705,814,388,572.16 tons
Betelguese =============== 3.069650E28 tons ::: STR 505 = maximum carrying capacity of 31,691,265,005,705,735,037,417,580,134.4 tons
Supermassive Black Hole == 8.112647E33 tons ::: STR 595 = maximum carrying capacity of 8.3076749736557242056487941267522E33 tons
Average Globular Cluster = 1.102311E35 tons ::: STR 614 = maximum carrying capacity of 1.1630744963118013887908311777453E35 tons
Milky Way Galaxy ========= 2.204623E39 tons ::: STR 686 = maximum carrying capacity of 2.5044782205381070910904371106978E39 tons
Virgo Supercluster ======= 2.204623E43 tons ::: STR 752 = maximum carrying capacity of 2.3192775006471848067197147003554E43 tons
Observable Universe ====== 3.306934E49 tons ::: STR 855 = maximum carrying capacity of 3.7414441915671114706014331717535E49 tons

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• Originally Posted by Scott DeWar
charisma mod does not allow you to cast spells higher then allowed on the chart. First level characters can only cast first level spells.
Sorry, I wasn't implying they could be cast, only that she'd have more choice when she could cast them. Hence my sentence which said

"She can cast spells but doesn't necessarily have access to them yet?"

• My humble apologies. My blood sugar was going haywire at that time and I was supposed to be headed out to a wedding about that time. I see now. Then the answer is yes.

• Originally Posted by Scott DeWar
My humble apologies. My blood sugar was going haywire at that time and I was supposed to be headed out to a wedding about that time. I see now. Then the answer is yes.
That's ok, I'm just glad I got it right and I can continue to digest the rest of the book

Thanks for the input

• *Salute*

• Page 181 AoO

So you can both withdraw and then immediately take a 5' step on your turn?

• Originally Posted by Malgwyn
Page 181 AoO

So you can both withdraw and then immediately take a 5' step on your turn?
You can't take a 5' step when you withdraw.

Combat - Withdraw

5' steps can only be taken when you have made no other movement in that round.

• Originally Posted by IronWolf
You can't take a 5' step when you withdraw.

Combat - Withdraw

5' steps can only be taken when you have made no other movement in that round.
Thanks for that

I asked because the example says:

Seoni moves away using a withdraw action. The first square she leaves is not threatened as a result, and she can thus move away from the goblin safely, but when she leaves the second square, she provokes an attack of opportunity from the ogre (who has 10 feet of reach). She could instead limit her movement to a 5-foot step, as a free action, and not provoke any attacks of opportunity.

So it's 'either or', and not 'in addition to'

• Excactly - that why they say "She could instead limit ..."

• Combat page 187: Casting a Spell

"A spell that takes one round to cast is a full-round action. It comes into effect just before the beginning of your turn in the round after you began casting the spell."

Just to confirm, a standard action spell goes off the same round you begin casting it?

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