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    DEVOURING CRYPT

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    Epic Martial Disciplines

    Epic martial disciplines are the fighting styles of the most powerful warriors and swordsmen in all creation. Powerful secret techniques wielded by gods, archfiends, and epic heroes, they represent the absolute pinnacle of the Sublime Way.

    Learning Epic Martial Disciplines
    Every epic discipline has an epic feat associated with it, called an initiation feat. Once an epic character has taken the initiation feat of a discipline, he gains the ability to learn the maneuvers of that epic discipline. Unlike normal maneuvers, epic maneuvers must be learned individually–each one has a unique XP cost and training time to learn. Learning even a single epic maneuver is an arduous quest for the mightiest of heroes, as they must seek out a master of the discipline to learn it from. Such beings include deities, demon princes, and things far more strange. Without such a mentor, the training time required to learn an epic maneuver is doubled–and even then, the pinnacle maneuver of an epic discipline can never be learned without a mentor. As with normal martial maneuvers, a martial adept must meet certain prerequisite number of maneuvers known from the same discipline to learn epic maneuvers. Each discipline has a single “pinnacle” maneuver, one that requires all other maneuvers of the discipline to be learned before it can be mastered.

    Using Epic Maneuvers
    Epic maneuvers are readied and initiated differently than normal maneuvers. Whenever a martial adept readies his maneuvers, he may choose a single epic martial discipline to ready for that day. Doing so readies all epic maneuvers of that discipline that he has learned. They do not count towards his normal maneuvers readied. Each readied epic maneuver can be initiated once per encounter–they cannot be recovered by any means. The martial adept may enter epic stances of his readied discipline as if they were normal martial stances, save that no ability or effect can ever allow him to gain the benefits of any other or second stance at the same time as he gains the benefits of an epic stance. Epic maneuvers do not have a level, but are treated as being of 10th level for all purposes. The saving throw against an epic maneuver has a DC of 20 + the listed ability modifier, although many epic maneuvers list ways in which their DC can be increased. All epic maneuvers are extraordinary abilities, unless otherwise listed.


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    Key Skill: Heal
    Discipline Weapons: Scythe, longsword, club

    Ravenous Scorn [Epic, Initiation]
    You are a paragon of anti-life.
    Prerequisites: Heal 24 ranks, Martial Lore 24 ranks, must be capable of initiating 9th-level maneuvers from any one discipline.
    Benefit: You are immune to all death spells, magical death effects, energy drain, negative levels, and negative energy effects. In addition, whenever a creature within 30 feet of you receives one or more negative levels, you gain 5 temporary hit points per negative level. These temporary hit points last for 1 hour. Finally, you may learn maneuvers from the Devouring Crypt discipline.

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    All of these maneuvers are supernatural abilities unless indicated otherwise, and have the [Evil] descriptor.

    Entropy Nimbus
    Devouring Crypt (Boost)
    Initiation Action: Swift action
    Range: Personal
    Target: You
    Duration: 1 round
    XP Cost: 20,000 XP
    Training Time: 10 days

    You are surrounded by a swirling aura of decay. Until the beginning of your next turn, each attack you make inflicts 1 negative level on the target. The DC to remove the negative levels is equal to 10 + 1/2 initiator level + your Wisdom modifier. If you attack a creature which is normally immune to negative levels, that opponent instead receives 1 negative level on a confirmed critical hit (despite its immunity).


    Consuming Rapture
    Devouring Crypt (Boost)
    Prerequisite: 1 Devouring Crypt maneuver
    Initiation Action: Swift action
    Range: Close (25 ft + 5 ft/2 levels)
    Target: One dead creature
    Duration: 1 minute
    XP Cost: 30,000 XP
    Training Time: 15 days

    Opening your mouth in ecstasy, you inhale a newly-freed soul, merging its essence with yours. Choose a creature which has been dead for no more than 1 round; you consume that creature's soul. If the creature had a number of hit dice no less than half your initiator level, you gain 5 temporary Hit Dice that last for 1 minute. These are normal Hit Dice for a creature of your type; they carry no class features, but increase your initiator level by 5 (instead of 2 or 3 as normal for racial hit dice). Additionally, when you consume a soul in this manner, you automatically recover all your expended non-epic maneuvers.

    Consuming a soul in this way prevents any form of raising or resurrection. There is a 10% chance that a wish, miracle, or true resurrection spell can restore a devoured victim to life; only check once for each soul consumed this way. If the check fails, a creature whose soul you have consumed cannot be brought back to life by mortal magic.


    Reactive Necrosis
    Devouring Crypt (Counter)
    Prerequisite: 1 Devouring Crypt maneuver
    Initiation Action: Immediate action
    Range: Personal
    Target: You
    Duration: 1 round
    XP Cost: 30,000 XP
    Training Time: 15 days

    In response to a threat, you briefly alter your state of living. When you initiate this maneuver, you become undead until the end of your next turn, gaining the undead type (though your hit points do not change). You automatically recover this maneuver when you initiate it (this is an exception to the rule that epic maneuvers cannot be recovered).

    If you are already undead, then instead you lose the undead type, gaining whatever type you had when you were still alive (or the Outsider type, if you were never alive). Your hit points still do not change, but you gain a Constitution score of 10. If you were an incorporeal undead, you may choose to remain incorporeal or become corporeal for the duration of the effect.


    Salvaged Husks
    Devouring Crypt (Boost)
    Prerequisite: 1 Devouring Crypt maneuver
    Initiation Action: Swift action
    Range: Close (25 ft + 5 ft/2 levels)
    Effect: One undead creature
    Duration: 3 rounds
    XP Cost: 30,000 XP
    Training Time: 15 days

    You construct a temporary undead minion out of spare body parts and pieces of carcasses. When you initiate this maneuver, the remnants of long-dead (or newly-dead, as the case may be) creatures rise from the ground and form a creature made of refuse and held together by negative energy. The creature has the undead type and racial Hit Dice equal to your initiator level. It is one size category larger than you (with the space and reach of a normal Tall creature of that size) and roughly humanoid in shape. It has two slam attacks which deal 2d6 damage (for a large creature) + its Strength modifier. The creature has a Strength score equal to twice your ranks in Heal, Dex 14, no Con or Int score, Wis 10, and Cha 1. It has a natural armor bonus equal to its Strength score, and gains Awesome Blow as a bonus feat (even though it doesn't meet the prerequisites). It's a mindless creature, but follows your commands as if via the command undead spell; it is immune to being controlled or commanded by creatures other than you. The creature lasts until it is destroyed or until 3 rounds have passed, at which point it collapses into its component parts.


    Theft of Virtue
    Devouring Crypt (Strike)
    Prerequisite: 1 Devouring Crypt maneuver
    Initiation Action: Standard action
    Range: Melee attack
    Target: Attacked creature
    Duration: Instantaneous and permanent; see text
    XP Cost: 30,000 XP
    Training Time: 15 days

    Your attack severs your opponent's life force, leaving a rotting corpse that obeys your commands. As part of initiating this maneuver, make a melee attack against your opponent, which deals +10d6 damage (half negative energy, half vile) if successful. If your opponent dies from the attack, it rises at the beginning of your next turn as an undead under your control. The subject cannot have more HD than your initiator level.

    The target's type becomes undead, and it retains any subtypes it had. The creature retains all class features, as well as any supernatural or spell-like (but not extraordinary) abilities it possessed in life (though any spells cast or daily uses expended before the creature's death count against its normal limits). The subject is completely loyal to you and obeys any commands given it (if no commands are given, it simply attacks your foes). The creature remains animate until it is destroyed or you release it (at which point it falls dead).

    You can reanimate no more than one corpse at a time using this maneuver; if you reanimate a second one while the first is still active, the first one falls dead as if you had released it. An undead created with this maneuver does not count against limits of undead you can create or control by other means.


    Cryptic Doom
    Devouring Crypt (Counter)
    Prerequisite: 2 Devouring Crypt maneuvers
    Initiation Action: Immediate action
    Range: Melee touch attack
    Target: Touched creature
    Duration: 1 round
    XP Cost: 45,000 XP
    Training Time: 20 days

    Your attacker shrinks back in horror as it sees its own end, locked in eternal torment for its crimes (whether or not it has actually committed any). Initiate this maneuver in response to a melee attack. Make a melee touch attack against your attacker with your weapon. If you are successful, the target suffers a penalty equal to half your initiator level on all d20 rolls until the beginning of your next turn.


    Embrace of the Last Sin
    Devouring Crypt (Stance)
    Prerequisite: 2 Devouring Crypt maneuvers
    Initiation Action: Swift action
    Range: Personal
    Target: You
    Duration: Stance
    XP Cost: 45,000 XP
    Training Time: 20 days

    As your posture shifts, corpses all around you rise up to do your bidding. When you enter this stance, almost every corpse within 60 feet of you is animated as per the animate dead spell. Affected corpses must have no fewer than 1 HD and no more HD than half your initiator level, but you can animate and control any number of undead this way. The undead are under your control for as long as you stay in the stance; once you exit the stance, any remaining undead created when you entered the stance become uncontrolled. This stance grants a separate pool for animating and controlling undead, and does not affect the number of undead you can create or control using the animate dead spell or other similar effects.


    Tomb of Remorse
    Devouring Crypt (Strike)
    Prerequisite: 2 Devouring Crypt maneuvers
    Initiation Action: Standard action
    Range: Melee attack
    Target: Attacked creature
    Duration: Instantaneous and 1 round/level
    XP Cost: 45,000 XP
    Training Time: 20 days

    You channel all the pain and suffering around you into a single horrifying attack. As part of initiating this maneuver, make a melee attack against your opponent. If it succeeds, in addition to receiving normal damage, the subject takes additional damage equal to half of the total damage dealt to all creatures within 60 feet so far in the encounter (not including the damage from this attack). The creature must also make a Fortitude save (DC 10 + 1/2 initiator level + your Wisdom modifier) or suffer from all conditions (shaken, fatigued, etc.) currently affecting any creature within 60 feet. The target does not suffer the Dead or Dying conditions, if applicable. The conditions last for 1 round/level before disappearing.

    Final Unrest
    Devouring Crypt (Strike) [Pinnacle]
    Prerequisite: 8 Devouring Crypt maneuvers
    Initiation Action: Standard action
    Range: Melee touch attack
    Area: Touched creature
    Duration: 1 round
    XP Cost: 100,000 XP
    Training Time: 50 days

    The zenith of the Devouring Crypt discipline is an attack which can destroy an opponent utterly, aided by the souls of the damned. As part of initiating this maneuver, make a melee touch attack against your opponent with your weapon. If you succeed, greyish black mist shrouds your opponent in darkness. Use your attack roll result as the result of a dispel check against every active spell effect, magic item, and other spell-like effect currently affecting your target. For every 2 effects which you dispel, the creature suffers a -1 penalty on saves until the beginning of your next turn.

    Once the dispel checks have been resolved, the mist dissipates to reveal ghostly figures reaching out of the ground to grasp your opponent, reaving its essence rather than its physical body. Your target makes a Will save against a DC of 10 + 1/2 initiator level + your Wisdom modifier; on a failed save, your target receives a number of negative levels equal to its HD as its soul is torn from its body. On a successful save, or if the target is immune to negative levels, the target instead suffers 1d8 vile damage per initiator level.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sirpercival View Post

    Entropy Nimbus
    Devouring Crypt (Boost)
    Initiation Action: Swift action
    Range: Personal
    Target: You
    Duration: 1 round
    XP Cost: 20,000 XP
    Training Time: 10 days

    You are surrounded by a swirling aura of decay. Until the beginning of your next turn, each attack you make inflicts 1 negative level on the target. The DC to remove the negative levels is equal to 10 + 1/2 initiator level + your Wisdom modifier. If you attack a creature which is normally immune to negative levels, that opponent instead receives 1 negative level on a confirmed critical hit (despite its immunity).
    Minor suggestion, for beings not immune to critical hits they should get more negative levels on a critical hit.

    Consuming Rapture
    Devouring Crypt (Boost)
    Prerequisite: 1 Devouring Crypt maneuver
    Initiation Action: Swift action
    Range: Close (25 ft + 5 ft/2 levels)
    Target: One dead creature
    Duration: 1 minute
    XP Cost: 30,000 XP
    Training Time: 15 days

    Opening your mouth in ecstasy, you inhale a newly-freed soul, merging its essence with yours. Choose a creature which has been dead for no more than 1 round, and which has a number of hit dice no less than half your initiator level. You consume that creature's soul, which grants you 5 temporary Hit Dice that last for 1 minute. These are normal Hit Dice for a creature of your type; they carry no class features, but increase your initiator level by 5 (instead of 2 or 3 as normal for racial hit dice).

    Consuming a soul in this way prevents any form of raising or resurrection. There is a 10% chance that a wish, miracle, or true resurrection spell can restore a devoured victim to life; only check once for each soul consumed this way. If the check fails, a creature whose soul you have consumed cannot be brought back to life by mortal magic.
    As written this is very weak. "number of hit dice no less than half your initiator level" means that an epic being will have a lot of trouble using this effectively. Making it equal to your total hit die would be fine. Also, it might make sense to give more of a benefit such as temporary hit points equal to the number of hit die of the being consumed, and maybe something that lets you recover non-epic maneuvers of below a certain level.



    Reactive Necrosis
    Devouring Crypt (Counter)
    Prerequisite: 1 Devouring Crypt maneuver
    Initiation Action: Immediate action
    Range: Personal
    Target: You
    Duration: 1 round
    XP Cost: 30,000 XP
    Training Time: 15 days

    In response to a threat, you briefly alter your state of living. When you initiate this maneuver, you become undead until the end of your next turn, gaining the undead type (though your hit points do not change). If you are already undead, then instead you lose the undead type, gaining whatever type you had when you were still alive. Your hit points still do not change, but you gain a Constitution score of 10.

    You automatically recover this maneuver when you initiate it (this is an exception to the rule that epic maneuvers cannot be recovered).
    What does this do if you are undead and we're never alive? If you are an incorporeal undead what happens?

    Salvaged Husks
    Devouring Crypt (Boost)
    Prerequisite: 1 Devouring Crypt maneuver
    Initiation Action: Swift action
    Range: Close (25 ft + 5 ft/2 levels)
    Effect: One undead creature
    Duration: 3 rounds
    XP Cost: 30,000 XP
    Training Time: 15 days

    You construct a temporary undead minion out of spare body parts and pieces of carcasses. When you initiate this maneuver, the remnants of long-dead (or newly-dead, as the case may be) creatures rise from the ground and form a creature made of refuse and held together by negative energy. The creature has the undead type and racial Hit Dice equal to your initiator level. It is one size category larger than you (with the space and reach of a normal Tall creature of that size) and roughly humanoid in shape. It has two slam attacks which deal 2d6 damage (for a large creature) + its Strength modifier. The creature has a Strength score equal to twice your ranks in Heal, Dex 14, no Con or Int score, Wis 10, and Cha 1. It has a natural armor bonus equal to its Strength score, and gains Awesome Blow as a bonus feat (even though it doesn't meet the prerequisites). It's a mindless creature, but follows your commands as if via the command undead spell. The creature lasts until it is destroyed or until 3 rounds have passed, at which point it collapses into its component parts.
    This is good. The only issue is that the lack of mind will make this vulnerable to the command undead spell from others. Maybe either make it immune to this or give it spell resistance equal to your ranks in Heal?

    Theft of Virtue
    Devouring Crypt (Strike)
    Prerequisite: 1 Devouring Crypt maneuver
    Initiation Action: Standard action
    Range: Melee attack
    Target: Attacked creature
    Duration: Instantaneous and permanent; see text
    XP Cost: 30,000 XP
    Training Time: 15 days

    Your attack severs your opponent's life force, leaving a rotting corpse that obeys your commands. As part of initiating this maneuver, make a melee attack against your opponent, which deals +10d6 damage (half negative energy, half vile) if successful. If your opponent dies from the attack, it rises at the beginning of your next turn as an undead under your control. The subject cannot have more HD than your initiator level.

    The target's type becomes undead, and it retains any subtypes it had. The creature retains all class features, as well as any supernatural or spell-like (but not extraordinary) abilities it possessed in life (though any spells cast or daily uses expended before the creature's death count against its normal limits). The subject is completely loyal to you and obeys any commands given it (if no commands are given, it simply attacks your foes). The creature remains animate until it is destroyed or you release it (at which point it falls dead).

    You can reanimate no more than one corpse at a time using this maneuver; if you reanimate a second one while the first is still active, the first one falls dead as if you had released it.
    This is really good. It might however make sense to clarify that the undead created by this don't count as part of your normal undead pool if any.

    Cryptic Doom
    Devouring Crypt (Counter)
    Prerequisite: 2 Devouring Crypt maneuvers
    Initiation Action: Immediate action
    Range: Melee touch attack
    Target: Touched creature
    Duration: 1 round
    XP Cost: 45,000 XP
    Training Time: 20 days

    Your attacker shrinks back in horror as it sees its own end, locked in eternal torment for its crimes. Initiate this maneuver in response to a melee attack. Make a melee touch attack against your attacker with your weapon. If you are successful, the target suffers a penalty equal to half your initiator level on all d20 rolls until the beginning of your next turn.
    Er, this doesn't sound very "Evil" give the torment for its crime. But this is a minor fluff issue.

    Embrace of the Last Sin
    Devouring Crypt (Stance)
    Prerequisite: 2 Devouring Crypt maneuvers
    Initiation Action: Swift action
    Range: Personal
    Target: You
    Duration: Stance
    XP Cost: 45,000 XP
    Training Time: 20 days

    As your posture shifts, corpses all around you rise up to do your bidding. When you enter this stance, almost every corpse within 60 feet of you is animated as per the animate dead spell. Affected corpses must have no fewer than 1 HD and no more HD than half your initiator level, but you can animate and control any number of undead this way. The undead are under your control for as long as you stay in the stance; once you exit the stance, any remaining undead created when you entered the stance become uncontrolled.
    How does this interact with undead you've animated by other means? Although you mention Animate Dead this should probably use its own pool to avoid complicated issues. I'm not sure the limit on half initiator level is necessary- makes things somewhat weak for something just making zombies and skeletons- making it up to your initiator level is probably fine.

    Tomb of Remorse
    Devouring Crypt (Strike)
    Prerequisite: 2 Devouring Crypt maneuvers
    Initiation Action: Standard action
    Range: Melee attack
    Target: Attacked creature
    Duration: Instantaneous and 1 round/level
    XP Cost: 45,000 XP
    Training Time: 20 days

    You channel all the pain and suffering around you into a single horrifying attack. As part of initiating this maneuver, make a melee attack against your opponent. If it succeeds, in addition to receiving normal damage, the subject takes additional damage equal to half of the total damage dealt to all creatures within 60 feet so far in the encounter (not including the damage from this attack). The creature must also make a Fortitude save (DC 10 + 1/2 initiator level + your Wisdom modifier) or suffer from all conditions (shaken, fatigued, etc.) currently affecting any creature within 60 feet. The target does not suffer the Dead or Dying conditions, if applicable. The conditions last for 1 round/level before disappearing.
    This is very neat and well-done. I like it a lot. No other comment.

    Final Unrest
    Devouring Crypt (Strike) [Pinnacle]
    Prerequisite: 8 Devouring Crypt maneuvers
    Initiation Action: Standard action
    Range: Melee touch attack
    Area: Touched creature
    Duration: Instantaneous
    XP Cost: 100,000 XP
    Training Time: 50 days

    The zenith of the Devouring Crypt discipline is an attack which can destroy an opponent utterly, aided by the souls of the damned. As part of initiating this maneuver, make a melee touch attack against your opponent with your weapon. If you succeed, greyish black mist shrouds your opponent in darkness. Use your attack roll result as the result of a dispel check against every active spell effect, magic item, and other spell-like effect currently affecting your target.

    Once the dispel checks have been resolved, the mist dissipates to reveal ghostly figures reaching out of the ground to grasp your opponent, reaving its essence rather than its physical body. Your target makes a Will save against a DC of 10 + 1/2 initiator level + your Wisdom modifier; on a failed save, your target receives a number of negative levels equal to its HD as its soul is torn from its body. On a successful save, or if the target is immune to negative levels, the target instead suffers 1d8 vile damage per initiator level.
    It might be nice to add something that does extra nasty for every spell dispelled.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoshuaZ View Post
    Minor suggestion, for beings not immune to critical hits they should get more negative levels on a critical hit.
    This is already true, according to the Energy Drain & Negative Levels special ability. (You inflict double neg levels on a critical hit.)


    As written this is very weak. "number of hit dice no less than half your initiator level" means that an epic being will have a lot of trouble using this effectively. Making it equal to your total hit die would be fine. Also, it might make sense to give more of a benefit such as temporary hit points equal to the number of hit die of the being consumed, and maybe something that lets you recover non-epic maneuvers of below a certain level.
    Notice that it's "no less than half your IL". You can't use it against creatures that are too weak or it doesn't help you.

    The temp hp seems really pedestrian. I like the +HD because it gives you hit points and other benefits too. The maneuver recovery is a good idea -- I'll add that in.

    What does this do if you are undead and we're never alive? If you are an incorporeal undead what happens?
    :( Ideas?


    This is good. The only issue is that the lack of mind will make this vulnerable to the command undead spell from others. Maybe either make it immune to this or give it spell resistance equal to your ranks in Heal?

    This is really good. It might however make sense to clarify that the undead created by this don't count as part of your normal undead pool if any.
    Good call on both counts.

    Er, this doesn't sound very "Evil" give the torment for its crime. But this is a minor fluff issue.
    Clarified fluff ;)

    How does this interact with undead you've animated by other means? Although you mention Animate Dead this should probably use its own pool to avoid complicated issues. I'm not sure the limit on half initiator level is necessary- makes things somewhat weak for something just making zombies and skeletons- making it up to your initiator level is probably fine.
    Increasing HD cap and clarifying separate pools.

    This is very neat and well-done. I like it a lot. No other comment.
    It's my favorite!

    It might be nice to add something that does extra nasty for every spell dispelled.
    I just had an idea for something, let me know if it's too much.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sirpercival View Post
    This is already true, according to the Energy Drain & Negative Levels special ability. (You inflict double neg levels on a critical hit.)
    Oh right.


    Notice that it's "no less than half your IL". You can't use it against creatures that are too weak or it doesn't help you.
    Hmm, I see. So that means that one can't destroy highly weak souls? Maybe you should be allowed to do it but you only get the benefits yourself if the creature has the requisite hit die?

    The temp hp seems really pedestrian. I like the +HD because it gives you hit points and other benefits too. The maneuver recovery is a good idea -- I'll add that in.
    :)

    :( Ideas?
    I'm not sure. Maybe let you stay incorporeal or not as you choose? As for never having been alive, maybe then just let you be healed by positive energy and become immune to effects that would specifically target undead?


    I just had an idea for something, let me know if it's too much.
    That seems pretty decent and not unbalanced.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoshuaZ View Post
    Hmm, I see. So that means that one can't destroy highly weak souls? Maybe you should be allowed to do it but you only get the benefits yourself if the creature has the requisite hit die?
    Fair enough. I'll make the change.

    I'm not sure. Maybe let you stay incorporeal or not as you choose? As for never having been alive, maybe then just let you be healed by positive energy and become immune to effects that would specifically target undead?
    That's not bad, I'll try to clarify.
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