Support the GITP forums on Patreon
Help support GITP's forums (and ongoing server maintenance) via Patreon
Results 1 to 23 of 23
  1. - Top - End - #1
    Titan in the Playground
     
    Lix Lorn's Avatar

    Join Date
    Feb 2010
    Location
    Usaki City, Syona
    Gender
    Male2Female

    Question The Dark Mage, the Sorcerer, and the Summoner [3.5 Fire Emblem]

    Emblem Dark Mage
    ‘Heck, I always obey orders! Well, except for stupid ones like "don't fight the enemy." If someone tried to tell me that, I'd cut 'em in half and feed them to the crows!’ – Henry, a young dark mage.

    Background: Dark mages are tome wielders with the knowledge, will, and rank foolishness to utilise Dark magic.
    Races: Any race can become a dark mage, but they are more common amongst societies that greatly value individuality – or amongst those that try, and fail to quash it.
    Other Classes: Dark mages are good rivals for Mages, but often befriend fighters. They can develop bitter rivalries with monks, but are generally cheerful.
    Role: Dark Mages specialise in destruction and disruption, weakening their foes where Mages might strengthen their allies.
    Mages in the World: Dark mages are less common than Mages, due to the stigma on their magic and their often wilful personalities.
    Inspiration: Fire Emblem.

    Alignment: Any.
    Hit Die: d4
    All Emblem classes have the same starting gold and age – their ranks vary wildly.
    Class Skills-The Dark Mage’s class skills (and the key ability for each skill) are Balance (Dex), Concentration (Con), Decipher Script (Int), Forgery (Int), Intimidate (Cha), Sleight of Hand (Dex) and Spellcraft (Int).
    All Emblem classes have Spot (Wis), Listen (Wis), Craft (Dex), Knowledge (Int), Perform (Cha), Profession (Wis), Speak Language, Use Magic Device (Cha), and Use Rope (Dex) as class skills.
    Skill Points at 1st level: (4+ Int Modifier) x4
    Skill Points per Level: 4 + Int Modifier

    The Dark Mage and the Sorcerer
    Level Base Attack Bonus Fort Save Ref Save Will Save Special
    1st
    +0
    +2
    +0
    +2
    Hex, Dark Tome Wielder, Dark Talent
    2nd
    +1
    +3
    +0
    +3
    Dark Talent
    3rd
    +1
    +3
    +1
    +3
    Dark Talent
    4th
    +2
    +4
    +1
    +4
    Dark Talent
    5th
    +2
    +4
    +1
    +4
    Dark Talent
    6th
    +3
    +5
    +2
    +5
    Dark Talent
    7th
    +3
    +5
    +2
    +5
    Anathema, Dark Talent
    8th
    +4
    +6
    +2
    +6
    Dark Talent
    9th
    +4
    +6
    +3
    +6
    Dark Talent
    10th
    +5
    +7
    +3
    +7
    Dark Talent
    P1st
    +5
    +7
    +3
    +7
    Greater Dark Talent, Vengeance
    2nd
    +6/+1
    +8
    +4
    +8
    Greater Dark Talent
    3rd
    +6/+1
    +8
    +4
    +8
    Greater Dark Talent
    4th
    +7/+1
    +9
    +4
    +9
    Greater Dark Talent
    5th
    +7/+2
    +9
    +5
    +9
    Greater Dark Talent
    6th
    +8/+3
    +10
    +5
    +10
    Greater Dark Talent
    7th
    +8/+3
    +10
    +5
    +10
    Greater Dark Talent
    8th
    +9/+4
    +11
    +6
    +11
    Greater Dark Talent
    9th
    +9/+4
    +11
    +6
    +11
    Greater Dark Talent
    10th
    +10/+5
    +12
    +6
    +12
    Greater Dark Talent, Tomebreaker

    Weapon and Armour Proficiency: A Dark Mage is proficient with daggers and both anima and dark tomes. They are proficient only with light armor and shields with no arcane spell failure.

    Dark Tome Wielder: A Dark Mage may make iterative attacks with Anima and Dark tome weapons. They treat Charisma as their casting modifier, and have a caster level equal to their class level. They do not learn spells, have spells per day, or possess a class spell list.

    Hex (Su): A Dark Mage is difficult to avoid, their foes transfixed. When they make an attack, they reduce the AC of the foe by the lower of half the Dark Mage’s Charisma modifier or half the foe’s Dexterity modifier. This always reduces the foe's AC by at least one, and is a profane penalty. It lasts for two rounds, and does not stack, although it does refresh itself on subsequent hits.

    Dark Talents: At each level thereafter, a Dark Mage chooses a Talent from the following list.

    Spoiler
    Show
    Almighty Curse Requires: Hex
    Your Hex ability now reduces opponent’s AC by the greater of these two values, although this doesn’t apply to Anathema.

    Arcane Deceit (Sp) Requires: Character level 5
    You may cast Minor Image as a spell like ability once an encounter (or hour outside encouners).

    Magical Lies (Sp) Requires: Arcane Deceit, Character level 9
    You may cast Major Image as a spell like ability once an encounter. You may now use your Minor Image spell like ability twice an encounter (or hour).

    Arcane Knowledge (Sp) Requires: Character level 5, DM Adjudication
    You may choose a single arcane spell of level one or lower. You gain it as a spell like ability usable once an encounter (or hour outside encounters), but must pay XP and Gold costs as normal. Alternatively, you may gain access to a single Least invocation, usable at will.

    Arcane Secrets (Sp) Requires: Arcane Knowledge, Character level 9
    You may choose a single arcane spell of level three or lower. You gain it as a spell like ability usable once an encounter, but must pay XP and Gold costs as normal. You may now use your spell like ability from Arcane Knowledge twice an encounter (or hour).
    Alternatively, you may gain access to a single Lesser invocation, usable at will.

    Dark Endurance (Ex)
    You gain a resistance bonus to fortitude saves equal to a quarter of your character level. While wielding a dark tome, your toughness is greatly enhanced – you add the tome’s rank to your fortitude saves, as well as the ability to, when you successfully make a fortitude save against an effect that deals half damage on a successful save, take no damage instead.

    Boneknitting (Su) Requires: Dark Endurance.
    You regain hitpoints per hour equal to your character level, plus the level of any tome you wield. This is doubled during complete rest.

    Grand Endurance (Ex) Requires: Dark Endurance.
    You gain an additional hit point per level (For every level you already possess, and each one you gain from here on), and gain the Diehard feat as a bonus feat.

    Dark Shield (Su)
    As a full-round action, you may create a hovering field of dark energy around yourself. This grants you temporary hitpoints equal to the damage dealt by the strongest tome you currently wield, maximised. However, this barrier takes double damage from physical attacks. (Most commonly bludgeoning, slashing, and piercing damage.)
    These hitpoints last for a number of rounds equal to the rank of your tome plus your charisma modifier. You may use this ability only once per encounter.

    Eldritch Blast (Sp)
    Your dark powers are less subtle than most. You may use an Eldritch Blast, exactly as per a Warlock, to deal 1d6 damage at range. This damage is increased by 1d6 damage per five character levels.

    Cursed Tome (Su) Requires: Eldritch Blast
    You may add the base damage of a tome you wield to an Eldritch Blast attack. If that eldritch blast would deal untyped damage and the tome would not, it deals the damage type the tome would deal.

    Gorgon's Eye (Su)
    By making a single attack as a full round action, which must hit as normal, a foe who takes damage is subject to a Flesh To Stone effect. A successful fortitude save negates this effect, which otherwise lasts for a number of rounds equal to the dark mage's charisma modifier plus the rank of the tome he wields. You must wait 10-cha mod rounds (minimum 2) before using this ability again.

    Lord of Demons (Sp)
    This talent allows you to summon dark creatures to assist you. Once an encounter (once an hour outside an encounter) as a standard action, you may summon an outsider of the evil subtype without class levels to assist you for the duration of the encounter, or one hour outside an encounter. This outsider has a maximum CR equal to the lower of half your character level or five. This ability is treated as a spell of level equal to half your character level.

    Prince of Demons Requires: Lord of Demons
    The CR limit of your summoned outsiders is raised to two thirds of your character level, or ten, whichever is lower.

    Luna (Su)
    Named after the favoured tome of its creator, this talent allows the user to take a full round action and make a single attack with any tome he wields. This attack requires no attack roll, and always deals half normal damage. It gains +4 on rolls to penetrate spell resistance, and ignores all damage reduction, energy resistance, as well as penetrating temporary HP. A successful will save negates the attack entirely, however. You must wait 10-cha mod rounds (minimum 2) before using this ability again.

    Obliteration (Su)
    Whenever you attack an unattended object or building, you ignore all hardness, and deal bonus damage equal to your charisma modifier. You also do this bonus damage against constructs.

    Gleeful Devastation (Su) Requires: Obliteration
    Your tome attacks deal damage to anyone within 5ft/four character levels of the target, although a successful reflex save (DC 10+1/2 character level+cha mod) negates this entirely. Against large buildings, an AoE can deal damage several times over.

    Desolation (Su) Requires: Gleeful Devastation
    By spending a full round action, you may make a single attack with any one tome you wield. If you do, it has an AoE of 5ft/character level, and does not require an attack roll. However, it allows a reflex save for half damage, with a save DC equal to 10+1/2 character level+cha mod. You must wait 10-cha mod rounds (minimum 2) before using this ability again.

    Overwhelming Power (Ex)
    You gain a +2 competence bonus to your charisma score.

    Serpent's Subtlety (Su)
    By extending the time required to use an ability or make an attack (to a full round action if it usually takes less, or doubling the required time if it takes a full-round action or more), the Dark Mage may do so either silently, or without movement.

    Silver Tongue (Ex)
    Lies come to you effortlessly. You gain a bonus on bluff, diplomacy, and intimidate checks equal to a quarter of your character level, plus two.

    Golden Word (Su) Requires: Silver Tongue
    Once a day, plus once more for each seven character levels you possess, you may cast Suggestion as a supernatural ability on any being you can speak to. This is a language based effect, and the DC is 10+1/2 character level.

    Spellbreaker (Su)
    Once an encounter (once an hour outside of them), you may attempt to dispel a spell or effect. This functions as per Dispel Magic, with the bonus on the check being equal to twice the rank of the tome you wield as you use this ability.

    Through Death, Growth (Su)
    Areas that you destroy with your attacks and spells invariably flourish later on. Plants and flowers grow from withered wastelands, and new life grows from nothing.

    Tomb Tainted (Sp)
    With this talent, a Dark Mage can summon the undead. Once an encounter (once an hour outside an encounter) as a standard action, you may summon an undead of any type without class levels to assist you for the duration of the encounter, or one hour outside an encounter. This undead has a maximum CR equal to the lower of half your character level or five. This ability is treated as a spell of level equal to half your character level.

    Death Princess Requires: Tomb Tainted
    The CR limit of your summoned undead is raised to two thirds of your character level, or ten, whichever is lower.

    Spirit Queen (Sp) Requires: Death Princess, CL 8
    You may cast Animate Dead as a spell like ability at will, as long as you provide the material components.

    Untapped Power (Su)
    You may use a full-round action to make a single attack with any one tome you wield. If you do, it gains a bonus on checks made to penetrate spell resistance equal to a fifth of your character level, plus one.

    Venomous Thoughts (Su)
    By making a single attack as a full round action, which must hit as normal, a foe who takes damage is infected with an unpleasant poison, which he must defeat with fortitude saves as normal. This poison has 1d3 initial damage to the ability of his choice, and secondary damage equal to his charisma modifier plus the rank of the tome he wields to the same ability. You must wait 10-cha mod rounds (minimum 2) before using this ability again.

    Wild Empathy (Ex)
    It's an odd quirk of the dark mages that they often seem far more appealing to animals than people. You gain the ability to improve the attitude of an animal. This ability functions just like a Diplomacy check made to improve the attitude of a person. The typical domestic animal has a starting attitude of indifferent, while wild animals are usually unfriendly.
    To use Wild Empathy, the mage and the animal must be able to study each other, which means that they must be within 30 feet of one another under normal conditions. Generally, influencing an animal in this way takes 1 minute but, as with influencing people, it might take more or less time.
    A character can also use this ability to influence a magical beast with an Intelligence score of 1 or 2, but she takes a -4 penalty on the check.
    You may use this ability while dismounted.

    Friend of the Furred (Ex) Requires: Wild Empathy
    You may cast Charm Monster on any animal or Magical beast once per encounter (or once an hour outside of encounters) as part of an action taken to use diplomacy. This is an extraordinary, non mind-affecting ability, which may be used dismounted.

    Beloved By Beast (Ex) Requires: Wild Empathy
    Choose a single creature of the animal, vermin, or, with DM adjudication, Magical Beast type. This creature may be a swarm. It is treated as your Familiar, with your effective wizard level for this being equal to your character level minus the creature’s CR.


    Anathema (Su): The dark presence of a 7th level Dark Mage disrupts his foe’s calm. His Hex ability is applied to any foe within 5ft/character level, as well as any foes he targets. If a foe would be affected twice, the penalty is instead increased by one.

    The Emblem Sorcerer
    For a Dark Mage, the Sorcerer is merely the continuation of their base class. They continue taking levels exactly as if levels 1-10 of Sorcerer were levels 11-20 of Dark Mage, including having a single class level between the two.

    Other classes may take Sorcerer levels as a prestige class, beginning with P1st, if they meet the following requirements.
    Sorcerer Prerequisites
    Proficiency: Dark tomes.
    Caster level: 10
    Fortitude Save: +5 base OR Great Fortitude
    The Sorcerer has the same class chassis as the dark mage; good fort and will saves, bad BaB and reflex saves, and 4 skill points per level. Levels in Sorcerer grant caster levels as if they were levels in a tome wielding base class the user already possessed, and count as tome wielding levels for the purpose of tome BAB.

    Vengeance (Su): The Sorcerer deals the greatest damage when he is angry. When he is under 75% of his maximum health, all attacks he makes deal 2d6 extra damage. At 50% health or lower, he deals another 2d6 bonus damage. At 25% or less, he deals a further 3d6 damage. While at negative hitpoints, he deals a total of 12d6 bonus damage, but takes 2d6 damage each time he does this bonus damage.

    Greater Dark Talent: At each level, a Sorcerer chooses a Talent from the following list. They may instead choose a talent from the Dark Mage list, or from the talent list of any base class they possess.

    Spoiler
    Show
    Collateral Damage (Su) Requires: Gleeful Devastation
    You now deal bonus damage to buildings and constructs equal to your charisma modifier per die, you double the radius of your Devastation (to 5ft/two character levels), and you add one to the save DC of your Desolation.

    Corrupt the Soul (Su)
    By making a single attack as a full round action, which must hit as normal, a foe who takes damage is afflicted with 1d3+cha mod negative levels. A successful will save negates these negative levels, which otherwise last for cha mod hours before automatically fading. You must wait 10-cha mod rounds (minimum 2) before using this ability again.

    Dark Armour (Su) Requires: Dark Endurance
    You gain a natural armour bonus to AC equal to a quarter of your character level.

    Death’s Empress (Sp) Requires: Spirit Queen, CL 12
    You may cast Create Undead as a spell like ability at will, as long as you provide the material components.

    Eternal Queen (Sp) Requires: Death’s Empress, CL 16
    You may cast Create Greater Undead as a spell like ability at will, as long as you provide the material components.

    Demon King Requires: Lord of Demons
    The CR limit of your summoned outsiders is raised to four fifths of your character level.

    Diamond Thought (Su) Requires: Golden Word
    Once a day, plus once more for each seven character levels you possess, you may cast Geas/Quest, Mass Suggestion, or Dominate Monster as a supernatural ability on any being you can speak to. This is a language based effect, and the DC is 10+1/2 character level.

    Eclipse Requires: Luna
    When using Luna, the Sorcerer may choose to instead deal damage equal to half the foe's current health points. In addition, subtract two from the cooldown of this ability, minimum 1.

    Eldritch Knowledge (Sp) Requires: Arcane Secrets, Character level 13
    You may choose a single arcane spell of level five or lower. You gain it as a spell like ability usable once an encounter (or hour outside encounters), but must pay XP and Gold costs as normal. You may now use your abilities from Arcane Knowledge and Arcane Secrets once more an encounter (or hour) each.
    Alternatively, you may gain access to a single greater invocation, usable at will.

    Eldritch Secrets (Sp) Requires: Eldritch Knowledge, Character level 17
    You may choose a single arcane spell of level seven or lower. You gain it as a spell like ability usable once an encounter (or hour outside encounters), but must pay XP and Gold costs as normal. You may now use your abilities from Eldritch Knowledge, Arcane Knowledge and Arcane Secrets once more an encounter (or hour) each.
    Alternatively, you may gain access to a single dark invocation, usable at will.

    Eldritch Trickery (Sp) Requires: Magical Lies, Character level 13
    You may cast Persistent Image as a spell like ability once an encounter (or hour outside encouners). You may now use your Minor and Major Image spell like abilities once more an encounter (or hour) each.

    Master's Falsehood (Sp) Requires: Eldritch Trickery, Character level 17
    You may cast Shadow Evocation as a spell like ability once an encounter (or hour outside encouners). You may now use your Minor, Major and Persistent Image spell like abilities once more an encounter (or hour) each.

    Eternal Hunt (Ex)Requires: Abhorred By Man, Beloved By Beast
    If your familiar is killed, you suffer two points of charisma damage. After 24 hours, you may spend 100gp and spend one hour in ritual. This ritual is a supernatural ability.
    Doing so returns your familiar to life, and allows this charisma damage to be healed instantly.

    Hunt’s Companion (Ex) Requires: Eternal Hunt
    The character’s companion now also gains the benefits of being a Druid’s animal companion, at the same level. If it would gain the same benefit twice (Such as with Natural Armour), it gains the better.
    Swarm Companions increase their swarm damage by 1d6 whenever their Strength adjustment reaches a multiple of two.

    Forbidden Shield Requires: Dark Shield
    Your Dark Shield now provides spell resistance equal to 10+character level+the level of the tome you currently wield. This spell resistance is not optional - the shield must be lowered entirely to allow a spell through.

    From the Shadows Requires: Serpent's Subtlety
    With this ability, a Sorcerer may use its prerequisite to remove any or all visible signs of using his abilities or tomes. A successful spellcraft check can determine that he is using an ability, but is opposed by bluff.

    Irresistible Force (Ex) Requires: Overwhelming Power
    Your bonus to charisma becomes +4.

    Masterful Armageddon (Su) Requires: Desolation
    When using desolation, you may deal damage to as many or as few of the target squares as you like. This ability also allows you to affect the visual effects of your dark tomes whenever you use them, shaping them as you desire each time. In addition, subtract two from the cooldown of this ability, minimum 1.
    While a tome's effects can have any appearance the player desires, it will generally be either the same for every user, or the same for every use by the same wielder. With this ability, it could conjure bloody lightning in one use, and then shatter the earth on another.

    Spellslayer (Su) Requires: Spellbreaker
    Once an encounter (once an hour outside of them), you may attempt to dispel a spell or effect. This functions as per Dispel Magic, with the bonus on the check being equal to twice the rank of the tome you wield as you use this ability, plus half your character level.

    Supreme Blast Requires: Eldritch Blast
    Your Eldritch blast is stronger than most, albeit not as strong as a dedicated Warlock's. It deals 1d6 damage, plus 1d6 damage for each three character levels you possess.

    Sustained by Darkness (Su) Requires: Boneknitting
    You now possess fast healing equal to a quarter of your character level. In addition, while wielding a dark magic tome, you can regenerate limbs as per the Regenerate ability.

    Kingdom of Forever (Ex) Requires: Eternal Queen, Sustained by Darkness
    You no longer age, or suffer penalties from aging. If killed, you are automatically resurrected after 24 hours, with no penalties. (This portion of the ability is Spernatural.) Each time after the first time in any one week period this ability is used, you suffer two points of charisma drain, and this countdown is reset. If you reach charisma zero, you die. A Wish spell also negates this ability.

    Transcendent Power Requires: Untapped Power
    When using your Untapped Power ability, you add twice your tome's rank to your roll made to penetrate spell resistance.

    Underworld Queen Requires: Death Princess
    The CR limit of your summoned undead is raised to four fifths of your character level.

    Unholy Presence Requires: Almighty Curse, Anathema
    Almighty Curse now applies to Anathema.


    Tomebreaker (Su): The 10th level Sorcerer is a master of defeating other magic users. When attacking a tome wielder, or anyone who cast a spell in the last round, she increases her damage as if by two sizes.

    Emblem Summoner
    ‘That’s a demon? Cute.’

    Background: The Emblem Summoners are Dark Mages who focus on their ability to summon vicious monsters. While often they deserve the unpleasant reputation such a power earns them, they can often bind these dark powers to nobler goals.
    Races: Summoner’s are often accepted in societies that understand necessity, and those that will use necromancy as a tool for survival without complaining.
    Other Classes: A Summoner is worse in a duel than a Sorcerer by far, but their summoned minions are often helpful.
    Role: A Summoner is best for support, although their combative abilities shouldn’t be underestimated.
    Summoners in the World: Like Sorcerers, Summoners make excellent guards, capable of defending locations with amazing skill. However, their minions make them better suited to defence against numbers than the one on one combat favoured by Sorcerers.

    Prerequisites
    Class Features: Death Princess and/or Prince of Demons
    Caster Level: 10

    Hit Die: d4
    Class Skills-The Summoner’s class skills (and the key ability for each skill) are Balance (Dex), Concentration (Con), Decipher Script (Int), Forgery (Int), Intimidate (Cha), Sleight of Hand (Dex) and Spellcraft (Int).
    All Emblem classes have Spot (Wis), Listen (Wis), Craft (Dex), Knowledge (Int), Perform (Cha), Profession (Wis), Speak Language, Use Magic Device (Cha), and Use Rope (Dex) as class skills.
    Skill Points per Level: 4+ Int Modifier

    Summoner
    Level Base Attack Bonus Fort Save Ref Save Will Save Special
    1st
    +0
    +0
    +0
    +2
    Dark Summoner, Summoner's Talent
    2nd
    +1
    +0
    +0
    +3
    Summoner’s Talent
    3rd
    +1
    +1
    +1
    +3
    Summoner's Talent
    4th
    +2
    +1
    +1
    +4
    Summoner’s Talent
    5th
    +2
    +1
    +1
    +4
    Summoner's Talent
    6th
    +3
    +2
    +2
    +5
    Summoner’s Talent
    7th
    +3
    +2
    +2
    +5
    Summoner's Talent
    8th
    +4
    +2
    +2
    +6
    Summoner’s Talent
    9th
    +4
    +3
    +3
    +6
    Summoner's Talent
    10th
    +5
    +3
    +3
    +7
    Summoner’s Horde, Summoner's Talent

    Weapon and Armour Proficiency: An Emblem Summoner is proficient with tomes, but gains no new weapon and armor proficiencies.

    Dark Summoner: A Summoner can use their Tomb Tainted and Lord of Demons abilities twice an encounter, rather than once. Levels in Summoner, other than levels One, Four, and Seven, grant caster levels as if they were levels in a tome wielding base class the user already possessed. She counts her full level towards her caster level when determining the amount of HD she can control.

    Summoner’s Talent At 2nd level, and each even level thereafter, a Summoner chooses a Talent from the following list. They may instead choose a talent from the Dark Mage list, or from the talent list of any base class they possess.

    Spoiler
    Show
    Dark Protection (Ex)
    You gain a resistance bonus to death effects equal to a quarter of your character level.

    Death’s Empress (Sp) Requires: Spirit Queen, Character Level 12
    You may cast Create Undead as a spell like ability, as long as you provide the material components.

    Eternal Queen (Sp) Requires: Death’s Empress, Character Level 16
    You may cast Create Greater Undead as a spell like ability, as long as you provide the material components.

    Demon King Requires: Lord of Demons
    The CR limit of your summoned outsiders is raised to four fifths of your character level.

    Diamond Thought (Su) Requires: Golden Word
    Once a day, plus once more for each seven character levels you possess, you may cast Geas/Quest, Mass Suggestion, or Dominate Monster as a supernatural ability on any being you can speak to. This is a language based effect, and the DC is 10+1/2 character level.

    Eternal Hunt (Ex) Requires: Abhorred By Man, Beloved By Beast
    If your familiar is killed, you suffer two points of charisma damage. After 24 hours, you may spend 100gp and spend one hour in ritual. This ritual is a supernatural ability. Doing so returns your familiar to life, and allows this damage to be healed instantly.

    Hunt’s Companion (Ex) Requires: Eternal Hunt
    The character’s companion now also gains the benefits of being a Druid’s animal companion, at the same level. If it would gain the same benefit twice (Such as with Natural Armour), it gains the better.
    Swarm Companions increase their swarm damage by 1d6 whenever their Strength adjustment reaches a multiple of two.

    Eternity Pact (Su) Requires: Demon King, Dark Protection, Character Level 16
    Your bond to dark forces ties you to life. You do not die due to low health. Nor do you age, or suffer penalties for aging. Death effects still work, and this ability gives you no resistance to pain. A Wish effect cast while you are at an HP score that would normally kill you is sufficient to destroy you instantly. While at fatal HP, you lose any immunity to death effects you would otherwise possess, regardless of origin.
    Finally, the material components for any variant of Resurrection or Raise Dead, or any similar spell, have half the cost when used on you.

    Every Man Who Falls (Su)
    Whenever you kill a foe that could normally be raised as a zombie and that does not possess more than double your Hit Dice, they rise as a zombie under your control at the beginning of your next action. Even if you kill several creatures with a single attack, you can't create more Hit Dice of undead than twice your character level. The standard rules for controlling undead (see animate dead, page 198 of the Player's Handbook) apply to newly created undead gained through this talent.

    You Belong To Me (Su) Requires: Every Man Who Falls, Death’s Empress
    Once per encounter, you may animate a foe killed by your attacks as if using Create Undead, rather than Animate Dead. When using this ability, you do not need to provide the material components.

    By My Will, Return (Su) Requires: Every Man Who Falls, Eternal Queen
    Once per encounter, you may animate a foe killed by your attacks as if using Create Greater Undead, rather than Animate Dead. When using this ability, you do not need to provide the material components.

    Forbidden Shield Requires: Dark Shield
    Your Dark Shield now provides spell resistance equal to 10+character level+the level of the tome you currently wield. This spell resistance is not optional - the shield must be lowered entirely to allow a spell through.

    Servant's Shield (Su) Requires: Dark Shield
    You may use your Dark Shield on an ally by touching them, with all its normal effects. In addition, you may use your Dark Shield twice an encounter - once on yourself, and once on an ally.

    From the Shadows Requires: Serpent's Subtlety
    With this ability, a Summoner may use its prerequisite to remove any or all visible signs of using his abilities or tomes. A successful spellcraft check can determine that he is using an ability, but is opposed by bluff.

    Queen of Hordes (Ex) Requires: Every Man Who Falls
    This talent increases the number of undead you can control at once to 5HD per character level.

    Underworld Queen Requires: Death Princess
    The CR limit of your summoned undead is raised to four fifths of your character level.

    Unholy Fusion Requires: Demon King, Underworld Queen
    You may summon Outsiders with undead templates such as Skeletal, Zombie, or Vampire, rather than outsiders or undead. They may have these templates applied even if doing so would otherwise be forbidden. Their CR may be no higher than your character level. You may use either Tomb Tainted or Lord of Demons uses to fuel this ability.

    These creatures have a mixture of the traits of Undead and Outsiders. They possess d12 hit dice and no Constitution score, Base attack bonus equal to their total HD and good saves. They keep the benefits and immunities of the undead type. Any abilities they possess based on Constitution are instead based on Charisma.
    Generally, if two traits contradict each other, take the better.

    Unholy Presence Requires: Almighty Curse, Anathema
    Almighty Curse now applies to Anathema.

    Unquestionable (Sp)
    You may use Command Undead as a spell like ability at will. A successful will save renders them immune for 24 hours.


    Summoner’s Horde: A tenth level summoner is a true master of their hordes. They may use any combination of their Death’s Empress, Eternal Queen, Lord of Demons, Spirit Queen and Tomb Tainted abilities twice as a single standard action.

    New Monster (Raven Swarm)
    Spoiler
    Show
    Size/Type:
    Tiny Animal (Swarm)
    Hit Dice: 6d8-6 (21 hp)
    Initiative: +2
    Speed: 10 ft. (2 squares), fly 30 ft. (average)
    Armor Class: 14 (+2 size, +2 Dex), touch 14, flat-footed 12
    Base Attack/Grapple: +4/—
    Attack: Swarm (3d6)
    Full Attack: Swarm (3d6)
    Space/Reach: 10 ft./0 ft.
    Special Attacks: Distraction
    Special Qualities: Low light vision., Half damage from slashing and piercing, swarm traits
    Saves: Fort +4, Ref +7, Will +4
    Abilities: Str 1, Dex 15, Con 8, Int 2, Wis 14, Cha 8
    Skills: Listen +4, Spot +4
    Feats: Alertness, Improved Natural Attack (Swarm), Stealthy
    Environment: Night skies
    Organization: Solitary, flight (2-7 swarms), or Murder (11-20 swarms)
    Challenge Rating: 3
    Treasure: None
    Alignment: Always neutral
    Advancement: None
    Level Adjustment: -



    A raven swarm is a flight of carrion birds united by a common purpose.

    Combat
    A raven swarm surrounds and attacks any living prey it encounters. A swarm deals 3d6 points of damage to any creature whose space it occupies at the end of its move.
    Distraction (Ex)
    Any living creature that begins its turn with a raven swarm in its space must succeed on a DC 12 Fortitude save or be nauseated for 1 round. The save DC is Constitution-based.
    Skills
    A raven swarm has a +4 racial bonus on Listen and Spot checks.

    As a slightly morbid, highly flavourful swarm, a Raven Swarm makes an excellent familiar for a Dark Mage.


    Feats
    Spoiler
    Show
    Scholar of Darkness
    Prerequisites: Hex
    Benefits: All Dark Mage class features usually based on Charisma are instead based on Intelligence. You have access to the Grand Knowledge talent and the Supreme Scholar greater talent, rather than the Overwhelming Power and Irresistable Force talents.
    Normal: You wield tomes and magic through willpower, not studious knowledge.

    Born to Darkness
    Prerequisites: Hex
    Benefits: All Dark Mage class features usually based on Charisma are instead based on Wisdom. You have access to the Trusted Instincts talent and the Instinctual Wisdom greater talent, rather than the Overwhelming Power and Irresistable Force talents.
    Normal: You use willpower to wield dark magicks, rather than inborn instinct.

    Extra Talent
    Prerequisites: One talent
    Benefits: Choose an additional talent from any class list you already possess one or more talents from.
    Special: You may take this feat more than once, although never more than once per three characters level.
    Normal: You have breadth of skills, not depth.

    Talent Shower
    Prerequisites: Extra Talent
    Benefits: Choose an additional greater talent from any class list you already possess one or more greater talents from. Alternatively, choose two talents from the talents lists of any base classes you possess. They may not have an ECL requirement higher than 10.
    Special: You may not take this feat more times than you take the Extra Talent feat, although you may take it multiple times. This feat counts as the Extra Talent feat for the purposes of the limited number of times you may take that feat.
    So, an 18th level character could have six Extra Talent feats, of which up to three could be Talent Showers.


    Changelog
    Spoiler
    Show
    Talents are now gained every level. (Summoner needs some more.) They're meant to get a lot of abilities, not just pick two or three.
    Also, note the change to tomes - a one level dip in Dark Mage no longer gets you nearly full power iteratives from any other caster class.
    Animal Companion talent now has one more prereq, and so does familiar.
    Last edited by Lix Lorn; 2014-04-29 at 05:11 PM.
    Recent Homebrew: The Socialite | The Crystalline: Memory Altering Construct Race | Sanguine Hand, a ToB Discipline of blood and cruelty
    Homebrew Signature | NEW Homebrew Collection
    Thanks to all my avatar artists, especially to Paisley for my avatar of Vivian, cowardly cryophoenix.
    Quote Originally Posted by Thanqol View Post
    It's like the feng shui version of an orbital death laser.

  2. - Top - End - #2
    Barbarian in the Playground
     
    NecromancerGuy

    Join Date
    Apr 2010
    Location
    Night Vale
    Gender
    Male

    Default Re: The Dark Mage, the Sorcerer, and the Summoner [3.5 Fire Emblem]

    Quote Originally Posted by Lix Lorn View Post
    [CENTER]
    Hex (Su): A Dark Mage is difficult to avoid, their foes transfixed. They reduce the AC of any foe they target by half the Dark Mage’s Charisma modifier, or half the foe’s Dexterity modifier, whichever is less.
    Can a dark mage with 8 CHA and a foe with 8 Dex increase the AC of the foe then? (throw a minimum of 1 or something in there)
    I will reread this in the morning and probably have some significantly more useful feedback then (i'm a little brain dead right now, that just jumped out at me as a possibility)
    Avatar by TheGiant
    Long-form Sig

  3. - Top - End - #3
    Titan in the Playground
     
    Lix Lorn's Avatar

    Join Date
    Feb 2010
    Location
    Usaki City, Syona
    Gender
    Male2Female

    Default Re: The Dark Mage, the Sorcerer, and the Summoner [3.5 Fire Emblem]

    Lol, a good point!
    Recent Homebrew: The Socialite | The Crystalline: Memory Altering Construct Race | Sanguine Hand, a ToB Discipline of blood and cruelty
    Homebrew Signature | NEW Homebrew Collection
    Thanks to all my avatar artists, especially to Paisley for my avatar of Vivian, cowardly cryophoenix.
    Quote Originally Posted by Thanqol View Post
    It's like the feng shui version of an orbital death laser.

  4. - Top - End - #4
    Barbarian in the Playground
    Join Date
    Nov 2010

    Default Re: The Dark Mage, the Sorcerer, and the Summoner [3.5 Fire Emblem]

    Fortitude Save: +5 before Constitution or magic
    I believe the term you're looking for is "Base Fortitude Save: +5".
    A Guide to Free D&D - A resource of free, official D&D resources on the web.
    Handbooks Index
    My Homebrew Compendium

  5. - Top - End - #5
    Titan in the Playground
     
    Lix Lorn's Avatar

    Join Date
    Feb 2010
    Location
    Usaki City, Syona
    Gender
    Male2Female

    Default Re: The Dark Mage, the Sorcerer, and the Summoner [3.5 Fire Emblem]

    Possibly, but I was hoping to leave Great Fortitude as a valid route of getting to it...
    Recent Homebrew: The Socialite | The Crystalline: Memory Altering Construct Race | Sanguine Hand, a ToB Discipline of blood and cruelty
    Homebrew Signature | NEW Homebrew Collection
    Thanks to all my avatar artists, especially to Paisley for my avatar of Vivian, cowardly cryophoenix.
    Quote Originally Posted by Thanqol View Post
    It's like the feng shui version of an orbital death laser.

  6. - Top - End - #6
    Bugbear in the Playground
     
    Just to Browse's Avatar

    Join Date
    Nov 2011

    Default Re: The Dark Mage, the Sorcerer, and the Summoner [3.5 Fire Emblem]

    Prince of Demons or Death Princess? Is that a title?

    Oops, I see it now, You should specify that those are class features.
    Last edited by Just to Browse; 2013-05-27 at 11:07 AM.

  7. - Top - End - #7
    Troll in the Playground
     
    Amechra's Avatar

    Join Date
    Dec 2010
    Location
    Where I live.

    Default Re: The Dark Mage, the Sorcerer, and the Summoner [3.5 Fire Emblem]

    Most of the spell-like abilities need some specifier on how often they may be used.
    Quote Originally Posted by segtrfyhtfgj View Post
    door is a fake exterior wall
    Due to time constraints, I will be away from the forums until early in January. Take care until then.

  8. - Top - End - #8
    Titan in the Playground
     
    Lix Lorn's Avatar

    Join Date
    Feb 2010
    Location
    Usaki City, Syona
    Gender
    Male2Female

    Default Re: The Dark Mage, the Sorcerer, and the Summoner [3.5 Fire Emblem]

    Quote Originally Posted by Just to Browse View Post
    Prince of Demons or Death Princess? Is that a title?

    Oops, I see it now, You should specify that those are class features.
    Where does it need specifying?

    Quote Originally Posted by Amechra View Post
    Most of the spell-like abilities need some specifier on how often they may be used.
    Most of them specify, but I'll go through to check.
    Recent Homebrew: The Socialite | The Crystalline: Memory Altering Construct Race | Sanguine Hand, a ToB Discipline of blood and cruelty
    Homebrew Signature | NEW Homebrew Collection
    Thanks to all my avatar artists, especially to Paisley for my avatar of Vivian, cowardly cryophoenix.
    Quote Originally Posted by Thanqol View Post
    It's like the feng shui version of an orbital death laser.

  9. - Top - End - #9
    Troll in the Playground
     
    Silva Stormrage's Avatar

    Join Date
    Nov 2010
    Location
    CA
    Gender
    Male

    Default Re: The Dark Mage, the Sorcerer, and the Summoner [3.5 Fire Emblem]

    What is the duration of the summoning abilities during the encounter? Until the end of the encounter? Can these abilities be used out of combat? If so how long do they last out of combat?

    Also can the tomb tainted ability and regular undead summoning features summon undead with templates? That might be a tad bit strong as that would allow any kind of monster to come back as a bone/corpse creature or it would allow undead with character classes to be summoned.

    Edit: Also for unholy fusion, there doesn't seem to be a limit on uses and it doesn't say that it uses the standard undead or demon summons per encounter.
    Last edited by Silva Stormrage; 2013-05-27 at 04:57 PM.
    Quote Originally Posted by Hazuki View Post
    ...Silva, you are a scary person.
    Awesome Avatar by Derjuin

    My Homebrew: Here
    The Necromantic Codex: A collection of necromancy classes, items and monsters.

  10. - Top - End - #10
    Titan in the Playground
     
    Lix Lorn's Avatar

    Join Date
    Feb 2010
    Location
    Usaki City, Syona
    Gender
    Male2Female

    Default Re: The Dark Mage, the Sorcerer, and the Summoner [3.5 Fire Emblem]

    Until end of encounter, yes, for one hour. Edited.

    They can, but the CR is limited all the same. Don't see why there's a problem.

    Clarified.
    Recent Homebrew: The Socialite | The Crystalline: Memory Altering Construct Race | Sanguine Hand, a ToB Discipline of blood and cruelty
    Homebrew Signature | NEW Homebrew Collection
    Thanks to all my avatar artists, especially to Paisley for my avatar of Vivian, cowardly cryophoenix.
    Quote Originally Posted by Thanqol View Post
    It's like the feng shui version of an orbital death laser.

  11. - Top - End - #11
    Troll in the Playground
     
    Silva Stormrage's Avatar

    Join Date
    Nov 2010
    Location
    CA
    Gender
    Male

    Default Re: The Dark Mage, the Sorcerer, and the Summoner [3.5 Fire Emblem]

    Well it means that a level 20 summoner with Undead Queen (So CR 16 undead) would be able to call a bone creature wizard. This wizard can now have any selection of feats or spells its really wants giving the character insanely valuable list of practically every spell in existence. I think that might be a bit too strong.

    Also another thing, do the creatures you summon with undead queen have items? If so do they have NPC wealth or PC wealth? And if they do thats another thing that might be a bit too strong as you could summon an bone creature rogue or something that has a large list of scrolls or other consumables to get at will consumables.

    If you can summon class levels it just allows too much customization and flexibility to be balanced IMHO.


    Also for eternity pact, I think I have the general idea you wanted for this ability but I think its too strong at the moment. For these reasons.

    At high levels its pretty easy to get immunity to death effects/pump saves high enough that damage is the most reliable way to kill you.
    Undead are naturally immune and can't be knocked out (Minimum HP is 1 not -9)
    Diehard lets you act while at -9 and thus you can't really stop the character.

    Frankly something similar to the Kingdom of Forever ability (Also bump up the prereqs similarly)
    Quote Originally Posted by Hazuki View Post
    ...Silva, you are a scary person.
    Awesome Avatar by Derjuin

    My Homebrew: Here
    The Necromantic Codex: A collection of necromancy classes, items and monsters.

  12. - Top - End - #12
    Titan in the Playground
     
    Lix Lorn's Avatar

    Join Date
    Feb 2010
    Location
    Usaki City, Syona
    Gender
    Male2Female

    Default Re: The Dark Mage, the Sorcerer, and the Summoner [3.5 Fire Emblem]

    That's a fair point, I hadn't thought of that. I'll just ban class levels on them, honestly.

    They shouldn't have any wealth. They have what's described in their entry, if anything.

    Eternity Pact is meant to be very strong, although I will close a couple of gaps there.
    Recent Homebrew: The Socialite | The Crystalline: Memory Altering Construct Race | Sanguine Hand, a ToB Discipline of blood and cruelty
    Homebrew Signature | NEW Homebrew Collection
    Thanks to all my avatar artists, especially to Paisley for my avatar of Vivian, cowardly cryophoenix.
    Quote Originally Posted by Thanqol View Post
    It's like the feng shui version of an orbital death laser.

  13. - Top - End - #13
    Troll in the Playground
     
    Silva Stormrage's Avatar

    Join Date
    Nov 2010
    Location
    CA
    Gender
    Male

    Default Re: The Dark Mage, the Sorcerer, and the Summoner [3.5 Fire Emblem]

    Okay ya that closes up pretty much all the gaps I could think of. Looks like a great class XD. And I shall send it against my players shortly I shall report how it goes XD.
    Quote Originally Posted by Hazuki View Post
    ...Silva, you are a scary person.
    Awesome Avatar by Derjuin

    My Homebrew: Here
    The Necromantic Codex: A collection of necromancy classes, items and monsters.

  14. - Top - End - #14
    Titan in the Playground
     
    Lix Lorn's Avatar

    Join Date
    Feb 2010
    Location
    Usaki City, Syona
    Gender
    Male2Female

    Default Re: The Dark Mage, the Sorcerer, and the Summoner [3.5 Fire Emblem]

    Cool, hope it works well for you.
    Recent Homebrew: The Socialite | The Crystalline: Memory Altering Construct Race | Sanguine Hand, a ToB Discipline of blood and cruelty
    Homebrew Signature | NEW Homebrew Collection
    Thanks to all my avatar artists, especially to Paisley for my avatar of Vivian, cowardly cryophoenix.
    Quote Originally Posted by Thanqol View Post
    It's like the feng shui version of an orbital death laser.

  15. - Top - End - #15
    Troll in the Playground
     
    Silva Stormrage's Avatar

    Join Date
    Nov 2010
    Location
    CA
    Gender
    Male

    Default Re: The Dark Mage, the Sorcerer, and the Summoner [3.5 Fire Emblem]

    Oh actually I did just find something, you give them the ability to cast create undead and create greater undead. But they don't have the ability to control those creatures. Should this class be granted rebuke to do so or should they rely on their command undead ability?
    Last edited by Silva Stormrage; 2013-05-27 at 10:51 PM.
    Quote Originally Posted by Hazuki View Post
    ...Silva, you are a scary person.
    Awesome Avatar by Derjuin

    My Homebrew: Here
    The Necromantic Codex: A collection of necromancy classes, items and monsters.

  16. - Top - End - #16
    Titan in the Playground
     
    Lix Lorn's Avatar

    Join Date
    Feb 2010
    Location
    Usaki City, Syona
    Gender
    Male2Female

    Default Re: The Dark Mage, the Sorcerer, and the Summoner [3.5 Fire Emblem]

    They should stick to command undead, that's why it's an at-will.
    Recent Homebrew: The Socialite | The Crystalline: Memory Altering Construct Race | Sanguine Hand, a ToB Discipline of blood and cruelty
    Homebrew Signature | NEW Homebrew Collection
    Thanks to all my avatar artists, especially to Paisley for my avatar of Vivian, cowardly cryophoenix.
    Quote Originally Posted by Thanqol View Post
    It's like the feng shui version of an orbital death laser.

  17. - Top - End - #17
    Troll in the Playground
     
    Silva Stormrage's Avatar

    Join Date
    Nov 2010
    Location
    CA
    Gender
    Male

    Default Re: The Dark Mage, the Sorcerer, and the Summoner [3.5 Fire Emblem]

    Noticed something that might be important. Gleeful devastation references caster level (5ft/4 caster levels) while Collateral damage references character level (5ft/2 character levels). Which one is it meant to be?
    Quote Originally Posted by Hazuki View Post
    ...Silva, you are a scary person.
    Awesome Avatar by Derjuin

    My Homebrew: Here
    The Necromantic Codex: A collection of necromancy classes, items and monsters.

  18. - Top - End - #18
    Titan in the Playground
     
    Lix Lorn's Avatar

    Join Date
    Feb 2010
    Location
    Usaki City, Syona
    Gender
    Male2Female

    Default Re: The Dark Mage, the Sorcerer, and the Summoner [3.5 Fire Emblem]

    Quote Originally Posted by Silva Stormrage View Post
    Noticed something that might be important. Gleeful devastation references caster level (5ft/4 caster levels) while Collateral damage references character level (5ft/2 character levels). Which one is it meant to be?
    Whoops, character. It's meant to be a multiclass friendly system.
    Recent Homebrew: The Socialite | The Crystalline: Memory Altering Construct Race | Sanguine Hand, a ToB Discipline of blood and cruelty
    Homebrew Signature | NEW Homebrew Collection
    Thanks to all my avatar artists, especially to Paisley for my avatar of Vivian, cowardly cryophoenix.
    Quote Originally Posted by Thanqol View Post
    It's like the feng shui version of an orbital death laser.

  19. - Top - End - #19
    Orc in the Playground
     
    ClericGuy

    Join Date
    Dec 2012
    Gender
    Male

    Default Re: The Dark Mage, the Sorcerer, and the Summoner [3.5 Fire Emblem]

    I'm going to send a Dark Mage Summoner against my players as well, so I'll post my feedback on classes and tomes as soon as possible! Men, I hope to play soon!:)

  20. - Top - End - #20
    Troll in the Playground
     
    Sylthia's Avatar

    Join Date
    Oct 2010
    Location
    MO, USA

    Default Re: The Dark Mage, the Sorcerer, and the Summoner [3.5 Fire Emblem]

    I like the ideas, but you may want to change the name of sorcerer, so it isn't confused with the preexisting sorcerer base class, maybe Emblem Sorcerer like you have with Emblem Summoner, or even Dark Sorcerer.

  21. - Top - End - #21
    Titan in the Playground
     
    Lix Lorn's Avatar

    Join Date
    Feb 2010
    Location
    Usaki City, Syona
    Gender
    Male2Female

    Default Re: The Dark Mage, the Sorcerer, and the Summoner [3.5 Fire Emblem]

    Edits have been made. They get more talents now, to allow them access to more than one tree.

    More importantly, I had a revelation recently that it's not just character-building options that are necessary for a good class, but options on what to do round to round. Just saying full attack gets boring.

    I know, I know. Everyone but me worked that out ages ago. But still.

    (Incidentally, it is the Emblem Sorcerer, I'm just too lazy to type that out every time.)
    Recent Homebrew: The Socialite | The Crystalline: Memory Altering Construct Race | Sanguine Hand, a ToB Discipline of blood and cruelty
    Homebrew Signature | NEW Homebrew Collection
    Thanks to all my avatar artists, especially to Paisley for my avatar of Vivian, cowardly cryophoenix.
    Quote Originally Posted by Thanqol View Post
    It's like the feng shui version of an orbital death laser.

  22. - Top - End - #22
    Orc in the Playground
     
    OrcBarbarianGuy

    Join Date
    Jul 2005
    Location
    Toronto, ON
    Gender
    Male

    Default Re: The Dark Mage, the Sorcerer, and the Summoner [3.5 Fire Emblem]

    I am unfamiliar with the inspiration behind this class, so bear with me.

    Tomes as arcane weapons... do you hit people over the head with them? I've looked a the tome thread but I still don't have a definite image in mind. I don't see anything about range, so I assume they are melee attacks.

    The Hex (Su) ability... it's a standard action? Or is it a effect of a successful hit? A supernatural effect is usually the former, but the text "it does refresh itself on subsequent hits" makes me think the latter. It seems unnecessarily complex.

    The talents are quite a mixture. Some seem like fluff (e.g. Through Death, Growth), others leave out key details (e.g. Gleeful Devastation - how do you determine the effect on large buildings?), many do not say whether they are (Su) or (Sp) or (Ex)...

    The gender specific terms in the talent list. Is it intended that male dark mages take the demon line of talents (Lord, Prince), while females take the undead line (Princess, Queen)?

    BTW, why don't you alphabetize the talents, so that a particular talent is easy to find?

    Your limit on out of combat uses of abilities is quite interesting. I have usually thought of per encounter abilities as having a recharge period of between one and five minutes. Once per hour is unusual. What happens if two combats occur with a few minutes of each other? Or if combat begins half an hour after summoning a demon to help you?

    It's rather a lot to take in. Thanks for bumping it - I didn't see it when it was first posted.

  23. - Top - End - #23
    Titan in the Playground
     
    Lix Lorn's Avatar

    Join Date
    Feb 2010
    Location
    Usaki City, Syona
    Gender
    Male2Female

    Default Re: The Dark Mage, the Sorcerer, and the Summoner [3.5 Fire Emblem]

    They're ranged. The range is in the table in the tome thread. Here's an example of them in the source material. :)
    (Although at least one person likes your plan...)

    Hex applies to any foe that they attack. Will clarify.

    Some of them are fluff, mainly because d&d lacks rules that cover them. Generally, you determine the effect by going 'Hey, this says it's better against buildings. I do more damage, right?'
    (Personally, I'd have it do damage to adjacent sections or something, but that presupposes the building has seperate health pools for different parts...)
    Most of them are Su, but I guess I should clarify.

    The gendered titles are just because they're cool names. They have absolutely no game effect.

    Alphabetising talents is a good idea! I'll do it, but I may wait until I'm happy with how many I have.

    Honestly, it's an arbitrary time period. If you start a new encounter, then it's available again.

    And no problem.
    Recent Homebrew: The Socialite | The Crystalline: Memory Altering Construct Race | Sanguine Hand, a ToB Discipline of blood and cruelty
    Homebrew Signature | NEW Homebrew Collection
    Thanks to all my avatar artists, especially to Paisley for my avatar of Vivian, cowardly cryophoenix.
    Quote Originally Posted by Thanqol View Post
    It's like the feng shui version of an orbital death laser.

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •