Quote Originally Posted by Debihuman View Post
VORPAL WEAPONS DO NOT HAVE A CRITICAL THREAT RANGE to start. So you can stop yelling at me.

What should have been stated with Blade of Infinite Edge is that the vorpal warrior no longer has to roll a natural 20 to succeed at decapitating her opponent.

Blade of Infinite Edge (Ex): For a number of rounds equal to her HD, a Vorpal Warrior grants any slashing weapon that she wields the vorpal quality. If any slashing weapon she wields already has the vorpal quality, she no longer has to roll a natural 20 to succeed at decapitating her victim, and the the range at which she threatens decapitation increases by one. She can add or remove the vorpal ability as a free action, but the ability itself must be used in minimum of one round increments.

The Heads Will Roll (Ex): At ninth level, the range that a Vorpal Warrior threatens decapitation when using any vorpal weapon increases by one. This stacks with Blade of Infinite Edge and with any source that increases her threat range for decapitation but not with sources that just increase her threat range, such as the Improved Critical feat.

This makes it clearer as to what stacks and what does not stack.

Debby
This is not better. It still allows for people mistaking the intention the same way you did. Also, the ' she no longer has to roll a natural 20 to succeed at decapitating her victim'-line can easily be read to mean that you always cut off the head of any target you hit.

The caps lock may not be pleasant, but it did indeed make something clear to you that we have been trying to tell you for quite a few posts now.