I am playing a wizard, and realized that my DM is unlikely to know that they should provide spells for my wizard to copy (also it doesn’t fit the character concept). Has there been any word on a level up system for wizard that has spell counts by level?
I was using the alternate way to get equipment in Chapter 5 of the PHB (D&D 5e) as a Fighter and rolled 160 GP, which I spent on Studded Leather Armor, a Longsword, the Explorer’s Pack, a Crossbow Bolt Case, a Light Crossbow, 20 Crossbow Bolts, and a Dagger, and still have 61 GP to spend on equipment. I have no idea what to do with the extra money as I’ve bought all the equipment I want. I don’t think the PHB addressed this and don’t know what the rules say. What is do the rules say on this?
So in BESM 3E, under alternate form, it states that you are allowed to ‘sell off’ attributes to get back character points. Are you allowed to sell back the alternate form attribute for a net of 19 points while in your alt form? A couple people in my playgroup have done it this way and to me it doesn’t feel that you should be allowed to sell off the alt form attribute.
Good day all. Base classes names in d20 modern are ugly. I can’t hear "strong hero" or "fast hero". I’m searching a way to present the basic classes in some more fancy way. The names are actually these:
- Strong Hero
- Fast Hero
- Tough Hero
- Smart Hero
- Dedicated Hero
- Charismatic Hero
I’d like some names that are actually generic and can give a clue of the primary ability. Actually I’m thinking about making a list of generic jobs (or adjectives) for each class, so for example the strong here could be a lifter, or a muscle guy/girl, the fast hero could be a runner, but I don’t like this solution too much.
Anyone has used a different solution?
The Pathfinder rules are quite clear on what happens when you combine polymorph effects with size-changing effects. Namely, the size-changing effects do not function while a character is under the effects of a polymorph effect. But what about other transmutations that change a character’s physical form?
Examples: Brand, Countless Eyes, etc.
I can see this working in two ways:
- If a character is targeted by a transmutation effect, then a polymorph effect, the polymorph effect overrides the transmutation effect. But, if the polymorph effect is first, then the transmutation effect functions normally (by transmutation effect, I am referring to non-size-altering effects.)
- Both polymorph effects and transmutation effects alter the base creature, so the order in which spells are cast does not matter, as both are affecting the base creature, not the modified creature.
There is also the possibility that the transmutation effect simply does not function at all while a character is under the effects of a polymorph effect, but I have not seen evidence of that in the rules (where size-alterations are the only specifically mentioned effects that do not function).
A druid is the target of a Greater Brand. This spell specifically states that it cannot be removed, even temporarily, unless a Mark of Justice could be removed the same way. This spell might be a specific example that says that in this case, the spell functions even under the effects of a polymorph effect. So, when the druid wild shapes, the brand would still be visible.
But, what about a regular brand spell (not greater)? Would that remain during the effects of a wild shape?
What about Countless Eyes? The druid is covered in eyes, and then wild shapes. Are they now an animal that is covered in eyes? Or does the wild shape override that effect? If they are wild shaped, and they (or someone else) casts Countless Eyes on them, does the spell function normally?
Basically, I am wondering if order of spellcasting matters.
Could a creature that doesn’t have Wild Shape, but -does- have Alternate Form (Such as a Dragon) use armour with the “wild” property to be able to use this armour in all their forms?
In the question Preventing gear loss while using Change Shape?, one of the answers seemed to suggest so. However, Wild Armour specifically mentions Wild Shape, not Alternate Form. Furthermore, while Wild Shape works “like Alternate Form except where mentioned”, the same is not necesarily true the other way around.
If this does not work, then what other way might there be for a creature with Alternate Form to wear their armour in every shape they can take?
I know these three fields help keep track of stuff, but I wondering how it’s supposed to be used. How do I use these Ammo/Potion/Torch fields on one of the official alternate character sheets?
Most diseases (mundane or magical) and poison deal ability damage upon a failed save after the incubation time.
Once the damage takes place, does the negative effects of a failed save versus disease or poison carry over into an alternate form?
This question is only asking about alternate forms, not wildshape or polymorph.
I’ve made a homebrew on the “Wild Magic” sorcerer, with less focus on “unpredictable” effects and more focus on “sudden floods of raw magic power”. I would appreciate any constructive feedback. Much of the flavor text stayed from the original phb Wild Magic.
Different sorcerers claim different origins for their innate magic. Although many variations exist, most of these origins fall into two categories: a draconic bloodline and wild magic.
Wild Magic (alternate)
Your innate magic comes from the wild forces of chaos that underlie the order of creation. You might have endured exposure to some form of raw magic, perhaps through a planar portal leading to Limbo, the Elemental Planes, or the mysterious Far Realm. Perhaps you were blessed by a powerful fey creature or marked by a demon. Or your magic could be a fluke of your birth, with no apparent cause or reason. However it came to be, this chaotic magic churns within you, waiting for any outlet.
Wild Magic Surge
Starting when you choose this origin at 1st level, your spellcasting can unleash surges of dangerous untamed magic.
When you cast a sorcerer spell of 1st level or higher, roll an additional d6. You take damage equal to your proficiency bonus unless you spend one sorcery point to prevent it. On a 6, give yourself advantage if you are making a spell attack roll, or disadvantage on the targets’ saving throws. If neither of those can apply, double the duration of the spell’s effects.
Starting at 6th level, your innate connection to magic itself allows you to sense its chaos in the air when a spell has been cast. The spell’s residue lingers in a 30 foot radius for 1 hour per spell level.
When you are within an area that has this residue, your spell attack rolls can critically hit on both a 19 and 20 and your Spell Save DC is 1 higher than it otherwise would be. This effect can only apply once per turn.
At 14th level, you gain a modicum of control over the surges of your wild magic. Whenever you roll your Wild Magic Surge, you may roll any number of d6 instead of just one. You take damage for each d6 rolled, and may spend one sorcery point to prevent damage from each die separately
When you see another creature within 30 feet of you casting a spell, you may apply your Wild Magic Surge to their spell as a reaction. You still take any relevant damage for this surge.
Beginnning at 18th level, the harmful energy of your spells intensifies. When you roll damage for a spell and roll the highest number possible on any of the dice, choose one of those dice, roll it again and add that roll to the damage. You can use this feature once per turn.
Note that currently I am reaching the conclusion that the damage should only happen and be preventable if a ‘6’ is rolled on a surge, and that the surge should be explicitly stated so that the “duration’ cannot be stacked. Let me know what you think about these changes.
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