Not sure if discussion on the subject of Tenebrous's Turn/Rebuke Undead being used for Divine Feats is still relevant, however...
Page 65 of Tome of Magic, Tenebrous Apostate, the ability Tenebrous's Rebuke has a line that reads, "You can still use these turn attempts in conjunction with Divine feats, as normal." This would appear to be the only statement on the matter one way or another in the book, and it reads as an OK to use Tenebrous's Turn/Rebuke Undead to power Divine Feats and other uses of Positive / Negative Energy Channeling as if it were a class-granted ability.
It might also be noted that Zceryll is a very nice choice as patron vestige for KotSS.
Using the vestiges above, Trillith is a monster. With Otiax, Tenebrous, and Shax, he can make melee touch attacks that deal 4d6+1d8 points of various elemental damages four times every round.
Hello, i never played with binder before...
Someone can teach me where is all vestges statistics(char sheets)?
Who control the summoned vestige, the DM or player?
I want to do a binder to lv17, and i want to know what are the best feats to choice
If the player refuse to roleplay per the rules, a DM may take the character over; this is generally a bad idea though, better to talk to the player and get the player to roleplay correctly.
Not so: the binder gets a -1 to attack, saves, and checks if he doesn't make the Influence requirement. Its cumulative, though, until the Binder expels the vestige.
i friend of mine said that you can summon a vestige in current plane, with binder lv/rounds, but you can't bind with any vesige until 24 hours that you summoned the vestige.
he told me that have somewhere in wizards community, vestiges statics and he used...i don't know how, but i saw he using a summoned vestige when he was DM(in eberron), and using real statistics(the amon fighted with lich)...
I just noticed Zceryll makes you an outsider. I'm sure that's just a natural lead-in to anima mage and polymorph tricks.
Paimon seems to be a little more helpful for non-combat situations, except that I don't understand the draw of his Dance of Death ability (it's listed as a win choice for KotSS in the handbook). Isn't it basically just Spring Attack but without the ability to avoid AoOs?
This is a really old question, but I'll answer anyways: Dance of Death isn't just Spring Attack: its like the Whirling Dervish's dance ability. You attack EVERYONE you move past!
If anyone has some Ideas for Maneuvers or different Feats, tell me. I'm losing the outline over all the published material. ;)
Factotum 8 / Binder 3 / Knight of the Sacred Seal 5 / Swordsage 4?
Improved Binding, Shadow Blade, Weapon Focus, Power Attack, Font of Inspiration X 4?
Tons of extra Standard Actions, 2 Vestiges (Paimon + Orthos), tons of maneuvers, sneak attack as needed, Pact Augmentation, +16 BAB?