Hey guys, Tempest has found himself with a thesis defense to prepare on very short notice, and he’s asked me to take the wheel for a few weeks. I’ll be posting the showcases for a while, though they’ll still appear in his signature. I’ll ask you all to don your headphones and brace for general Australianity.
S’another one of those, lads! We’re puttin’ these builds up ta start a chinwag and may’ap get some good oil moving like it did on the old CO boards. They come from my gaming mates an’ I – that’s Tempest_Stormwind, DisposableHero_, Andarious, Sionnis, and Seishi, for you blokes what are keeping track. Like Tempest, I'll always tell ya whose grouse work this week’s build woz, so do not assume it’s my bloody idea all the toime. I’m no bloody figjam. ‘At said, this week’s build is indeed one o’ mine.
[As usual for the showcase, these builds are intended to spur discussion and perhaps inspire a few people in the spirit of the old CO boards. They come from members of my gaming group - me, Tempest_Stormwind, DisposableHero_, Andarious, Sionnis, and Seishi - and like Tempest, I'll always identify who wrote the build at the start, so do not assume I'm the guy behind all of them (because I'm not!). That said, this week’s build does happen to be one of mine.]
[Unless otherwise noted, showcase builds use 28 point-buy, and have their snapshots evaluated using fractional base attack / saves (because it simplifies the math). None of them actually rely on fractional to be built, though. The format I use showcases their progression at key levels rather than just presenting the build and showing off a few tricks at level 20; most of these are capable of being played 1-20 if you so choose.]
[This week, I wrote the showcase up in excessive Australian slang for laughs. Thus the subtitles when it gets really hairy. It makes sense, as the character is heavily inspired by a famous Australian from Team Fortress 2, whom I’ll introduce shortly.]
With that out of the way, let's ‘ave a go at it! This week, I’ve wrote up the showcase in ‘Strine, as I’m very sure yew noticed. We’ve got a build inspired by one’ah the more famous characters to hail from the Lucky Country, a consummate professional from the game Team Fortress 2. I’d like yew all to meet-
Background: Snoipin’s a good job, mate! S’challenging work, outta doors; I guarantee you’ll not go ‘ungry, ‘cause at the end of the day, long as there’s two people on Earth, someone’s gonna want someone dead. Usually that first someone’s the PCs, and the second someone’s the poor yobboes the GM’s sending at them. So what’s a safe and sure way to get those someones to cark it? By blowin’ the insides of their ‘eads all over four counties, that’s how!
[“yobboes”= fools, idiots; “cark it” = die]
This is another one o’ those direct damage sorcerors. Yew may be familiar with the Mailman, who makes sure that damage gets to its target, and the Nuker, who’s a bit bigger on the endurance and variety bits. They’re good blokes and can do what they do well, but the Snoipah is a sneakier bastard who doesn’t let the other soide get anything near a fair go in a fight. A combination of stealth, utility, long range options, and beastly spike damage allows the Snoipah to camp out in Woop Woop, sneak up on some sorry wally, and blow ‘is skull clean off from clicks away.
[This is another direct damage sorceror. You may be familiar with the Mailman, who ensures that damage gets to its target, and the Nuker, who focuses more on endurance and a variety of blasting tactics. They’re good at their jobs, but the Sniper is a much sneakier build focused on not giving the opposition a fair chance to retaliate. A combination of stealthy, utility, long range options, and beastly spike damage allows the Sniper to wait out in the middle of nowhere, sneak up on some poor sucker, and blow his head off from kilometers away.]
Skill Notes: It’s London to a brick that you’ll want to max out ‘Ide, Move Silently, and Spot. Concentration, Disable Device, Listen, Search, and Spellcraft all deserve 20, 21 some-odd points boi tha time ya finish pre-epic, and they’re needed tew meet prereqs on those prestige classes too. Yew’ll need some Sense Motive tew get inta Unseen Seer; she’ll be right if yew put 11 ranks in it by level 20.
[It’s certain that you’ll want to max out Hide, Move Silently, and Spot. Concentration, Disable Device, Listen, Search, and Spellcraft should get about 20 or 21 ranks by the time you hit 20, and remember that those skills will be needed to meet prerequisites. You’ll need Sense Motive to get into Unseen Seer; it should be okay if you have 11 ranks in it by level 20.]
Basic Equipment: A crossbow’s a corker of a weapon for yew at the lowest levels, what when yah spells don’t ‘ave the damage to turn a blue for you yet. Light armor’s the stuff to wear one yew hit level six. Don’t forget some daggers as what the Cloud of Knives spells needs, includin’ one in silver.
[A crossbow is a fine weapon choice at the lowest levels, what when your spells don’t have the damage to win a fight yet. Wear light armor from level six on. Don’t forget some daggers for the Cloud of Knives spells, including one in silver.]
Magical Gear Goals: Get an Orange Ioun Stone as soon as yew can. The Shadow an’ Silent Moves enhancements to armor will be more useful to yew than actual boosts to AC, as yew don’t need good AC when the bogun hasn’t got Buckley’s chance of finding yew in the first place. Otherwise, boost yah saves, Dexterity, Charisma, and Constitution as best yew can. Eyes o’ the Eagle, Rings o’ the Diamond Mind (for Mind Over Body and Moment o’ Perfect Mind), and Boots o’ Stridin’ and Springin’ will be just grand. There’s some staffs that’ll serve yew well too, particularly those o’ Passage, Divination, and Earth and Stone, but it’ll cost yew big bikkies.
[Get an Orange Ioun Stone as soon as you can. The Shadow and Silent Moves enhancements to armor will be more useful than actual boosts to AC, as you don’t need good AC when the dirtbags won’t have a chance of finding you in the first place. Otherwise, boost your saves, Dexterity, Charisma, and Constitution as best you can. Eyes of the Eagle, Rings of the Diamond Mind (for Mind Over Body and Moment of Perfect Mind), and Boots of Striding and Springing will be just grand. There are some staffs that’ll serve you well too, particularly Passage, Divination, and Earth and Stone, but they’ll cost a lot of money (“bikkies” literally means “biscuits” ).]
Yew start out as a bog standard spellthief, mate, so just stick to what works then. Keep yah distance, catch ‘em by surprise, and she’ll be apples.
[You start out as a standard spellthief, so just stick to what works then. Keep your distance, catch them by surprise, and it’ll be fine.]
2 – Sorcerer – (Familiar OR Accelerated Metamagic) * Show
Spells Learned: Lesser Orb of Cold, Golem Strike. (Note: Yew can pick up any cantrip that works for yew ‘n yah mates, but Acid Splash is a bloody given. Sneak attack will eventually make those pissy little spells inta real killers.)
You’re duxing Sneak Attack Spellcasting 101 roight away mate, and Golem Stroike ‘elps you beat one of the monster toipes that usually annoy sneak attackers. Constructs? Hah! Here’s a machine you should build - one what stops moi bullets rays! Oh, and a familiar is bettah than the PHB2 variant, but we’ll explain that choice in a moment, just ‘ang on.
[You’re acing Sneak Attack Spellcasting 101 right away, and Golem Strike helps you with a monster type that usually annoys sneak attackers...]
3 – Sorcerer – (Versatile Spellcasting) * Show
Will come a time when yew’ll want more 1st level spell slots than 0th level spell slots. This feat’ll let yew change it up when needed.
4 – Sorcerer * Show
Spells Learned: Sniper’s Shot.
Second most bloody useful spell yew’ll learn, mate! Fair dinkum. The whole build is about sneak attack at range and this ripper spell does the job.
[“Fair dinkum” = really, honestly; “ripper” = fantastic, great]
5 – Sorcerer * Show
Spells Learned: Scorching Ray.
This beauty doesn’t need explainin’ does she? Yew won’t get a better multiattack roll spell ‘til Unicorn Arrow. By the way, remembah ta meet the Sense Motive requirements for Unseen Seer now. Able Learner’ll make it doable with your Intelligence. Professionals ‘ave standards, after all! Be polite!
6 – Unseen Seer – (Sneak Attack 2d6) (Master Spellthief) * Show
Spells Learned: Grease, Dimension Hop.
Grease is a bloody bonzer way to deny Dexterity to enemy AC. We only ‘eld it up to meet the prerequisites for Unseen Seer. Dimension ‘Op is there for a cheap teleportation option. ‘Ere’s toimes when yew need ta be out of a grapple roight quick.
[Grease is a magnificent way to deny Dexterity to enemy AC. We only held it up to meet the prerequisites for Unseen Seer. Dimension Hop is there for a cheap teleportation option. There are times when you need to be out of a grapple right away.]
7 – Unseen Seer – (Advanced Learning) (Silent Spell) * Show
Spells Learned: Scintillating Sphere, Hunter’s Eye*. (* marks the spells what we learned from Unseen Seer’s Advanced Learning, if yew wondered.)
Ace! We’ve got ‘Unter’s Oiye, and that means our spike damage will jump like a possum up a gum tree. 4d6 sneak attack damage puts us next to a straight-classed rogue. As for the Sphere, that gives us a means of doin’ lightning damage, which’ll be ‘andy in a few levels. Finally, Silent Spell is a feat we can put to bloody good use - Dimension ‘Op doesn’t have a somatic component.
[Awesome! We’ve got Hunter’s Eye, and that means our spike damage will...umm, jump really fast. 4d6 sneak attack damage puts us next to a straight-classed rogue. As for the Sphere, that gives us a means of doing lightning damage, which will be handy in a few levels. Finally, Silent Spell is a feat we can put to very good use - Dimension Hop doesn’t have a somatic component.]
8 – Spellwarp Sniper – (Spellwarp) * Show
Spells Learned: True Strike, Levitate, Shadow Phase.
Shadow Phase is roight good for defense, but the winner is the utility pick of Levitate: who looks for a snoipah on the ceiling? Choose yah pozzy well and they’re gonna get real used to looking up at yew. Also, don’t let anyone whiteant the Spellwarp class feature; it’ll be roight ripper in a few levels.
[Shadow Phase is very good for defense, but the winner is the utility pick of Levitate: who looks for a sniper on the ceiling? Choose your position well and they’re gonna get real used to looking up at you. Also, don’t let anyone say the Spellwarp class feature isn’t worth it; it’ll be very strong in a few levels.]
9 – Spellwarp Sniper – (Sudden Raystrike 1d6) (Mobile Spellcasting) * Show
Spells Learned: Blast of Flame.
Mobile Spellcastin’ is this level’s winner, lettin’ you Spring Attack with spells. Yah ‘Ide checks should be bloody spiffy at this point, so snoipe away. Blast of Flame’s a better spell than she lets on, what with her ignorin’ spell resistance.
[Mobile Spellcasting is this level’s winner, letting you Spring Attack with spells. Your Hide checks should be quite high at this point, so snipe away. Blast of Flame’s a better spell than it lets on, as it ignores spell resistance.]
10 – Spellwarp Sniper – (Precise Shot) * Show
Spells Learned: Cloud of Knives, Melf’s Unicorn Arrow, Improved Invisibility.
My god, yew’ve been shot! Did y’happen to see the handsome bloke what did it? Prolly not, if Improved Invisibility’s entered the picture. Mix it with Levitate, Mobile Spellcasting, and Shadow Phase, for a mobile snoipin’ nightmare whose miss chance will make the drongo yew’re up against do ‘is lolly. Foinally, dew note that you can spellwarp Scintillatin’ Sphere at this level.
[My god, you’ve been shot! Did you happen to see the handsome bloke that did it? Probably not, if Improved Invisibility’s entered the picture. Mix it with Levitate, Mobile Spellcasting, and Shadow Phase, for a mobile sniping nightmare whose miss chance will, um, make the moron you’re facing get...really upset. Finally, note that you can spellwarp Scintillating Sphere at this level.]
11 – Spellwarp Sniper – (Sudden Raystrike 2d6) * Show
Spells Learned: Moonbow.
Good as gold! Moonbow’s a bloodly deadly addition to yah arsenal - as is a spellwarped Blast o’ Flame.
12 – Unseen Seer – (Divination Spell Power +1) (Practiced Spellcaster) * Show
Spells Learned: Heroics, Alter Fortune, Evard’s Black Tentacles, Greater Blink.
So much is happenin’ at this rip snortah of a level that yew’ll have to forgive me should I miss summat. ‘Eroics just brings a bloody bundle of options to everybody; that fat jigglin’ butterball will ‘ave to admit that yew are “kredit to team”. Black Tentacles is a third spell that lets yew root yah enemies’ Dex to AC (along with a few othah bits of theirs). Greatah Blink adds anothah miss chance on top of Improved Invisibility and Shadow Phase. And should an enemy think ‘isself saved by a natural 1 on an attack roll? ‘At’s what Altah Fortune is for! Skill beats luck, every toime.
[So much is happening at this god level that you’ll have to forgive me if I should miss something. Heroics just brings huge options to everybody; that overweight Russian will have to admit that you are a “kredit to team”. Black Tentacles is a third spell that $@#!s your enemies’ Dex to AC (among other things). Greater Blink adds another miss chance on top of Improved Invisibility and Shadow Phase. And should an enemy think himself saved by a natural 1 on an attack roll? That’s what Alter Fortune is for! Skill beats luck, every time.]
13 – Unseen Seer – (Sneak Attack 3d6) * Show
Spells Learned: Imbue Familiar with Spell Ability OR Contingency.
S’pose it’s toime to explain that choice what I mentioned at level 2.
Altah Fortune is a foine spell, but it uses the immediate action, and there’s some roight fierce demand for our swift. It’s better to stick that in an action-free slot, and ‘at’s where this level’s choice comes in. If yew want a spottah and a true blue mate tew watch yah back, get a familiar and imbue ‘em. If yew’re the type what drinks with the flies and sticks to ‘is own bizzo, grab Accelerated Metamagic and Contingency.
[Alter Fortune is a fine spell, but it uses the immediate action, and there’s some fierce demand for our swift. It’s better to stick that in an action-free slot, which is where this level’s choice comes in. If you want a spotter and a true friend to watch your back, get a familiar and imbue them. If you’re the type who drinks alone and minds his own business, grab Accelerated Metamagic and Contingency.]
14 – Unseen Seer – (Advanced Learning, Guarded Mind) * Show
Spells Learned: Orb of Force, Dragonsight, Acid Storm, Grave Strike*.
We get more spells that pop roundeyes at enemies with SR, and the bewdy Dragonsight to deal with any soighting issues we might ‘ave. Grave Stroike also comes online to help yew make the undead stay cactus.
[“Pop a roundeye” = bare your buttocks at, moon; “bewdy” = great, gorgeous; “cactus” = dead, nonfunctional.]
15 – Unseen Seer – (Divination Spell Power +2) (Sanctum Spell) * Show
Spells Learned: Spell Matrix.
Be efficient! The Sanctum Spell feat lets us bung a spell into a lower effective spell level, which enables all sorts of synergy with Imbue Familiar/Contingency, Spell Matrix, and and spellwarpin’. Spell Matrix also makes yah action economy a great bloody sight cleaner, as with it, yew can use Grave Stroike and Sniper’s Shot at the same toime.
[Be efficient! The Sanctum Spell feat lets us shift a spell into a lower effective spell level, which enables all sorts of synergy with Imbue Familiar/Contingency, Spell Matrix, and and spellwarping. Spell Matrix also makes your action economy a lot cleaner, as with it, you can use Grave Strike and Sniper’s Shot at the same time.]
16 – Unseen Seer – (Sneak Attack 4d6) * Show
Spells Learned: Cyclonic Blast, Disintegrate, Project Image.
Disintegrate actually isn’t the most dangerous spell yew learn this level. With Sanctum Spell, yew can spellwarp Cyclonic Blast, which shouldn’t allow a Reflex save when spellwarped. If yew think that’ll leave yah GM mad as a cut snake, try Project Image. Yew don’t even have to be in the same bloody area to do yah snoipin’ anymore! Keep in mind yew can still make yah Image invisible and still snoipe threw it too.
[“Mad as a cut snake” = furious.]
17 – Unseen Seer – (Advanced Learning, Guarded Mind) * Show
Spells Learned: Polar Ray, Vine Strike.
‘Ere, ‘ave some more damage and another immunity rooter. Yew’ve been able tew pick on any elemental vulnerability yew want for a while now; note that Polar Ray ‘as some other utility too. As for Vine Strike, it’s trew that you could choose other spells to learn, but the Snoipah build proides itself on having a plan to kill everyone yew meet.
[Again, “root” is being used a replacement for the more colorful synonym of “screw”.]
18 – Unseen Seer – (Divination Spell Power +3) (Darkstalker) * Show
Spells Learned: Forcecage, Moment of Prescience.
Here yew pick up Darkstalker, and not blindsoight nor tremorsense nor any of that lot are worth a zack against yew now. And the powah of Forcecage and Moment o’ Prescience hardly need any mention.
[“Not worth a zack” = not worth a penny.]
19 – Unseen Seer – (Sneak Attack 5d6) * Show
Spells Learned: Eye of Power.
‘Oly Dooley! Eye o’ Powah is even nastiah than Project Image when it comes to splittin’ skulls from a distance. Yew can be a cozy camper and still plug enemies who aren’t within cooee of yew. Don’t forget that Sanctum Spell lets you play games with spell level ‘ere too.
[Holy Dooley! Eye of Power is even nastier than Project Image when it comes to splitting skulls from a distance. You can be a cozy camper and still plug enemies who aren’t anywhere close to you. Don’t forget that Sanctum Spell lets you play games with spell levels here as well.]
20 – Spellwarp Sniper – (Ray Mastery) * Show
Spells Learned: Chain Dispel, Time Stop.
Magic defenses like fortification armor are the only obstacles what can really ruin yah day. Now yew can turn ‘em off - and ‘ell, yew can turn off a lot o’ ‘em all at once! With this level o’ Spellwarp Snoipah and Sanctum Spell, yew can now spellwarp Acid Storm. And last but fah from least, when yew need actions roight now, Toime Stop is the spell for tha job.
Let’s pick a target and show our stuff! Take the Nightcrawlah Nightshade, a CR 18 undead with 212 hp, SR 31, and a touch AC o’ 6. With Greater Shadow and Greater Silent Moves on some light armor, the Snoipah’s boastin’ a +49 Hide and Move Silently check to the ‘Crawlah’s +33 Spot and Listen (and Altah Fortune in case o’ emergency). With yah CL, Melf’s Unicorn Arrow will fire five arrows (at full bonus) a range o’ 310 feet (far enough for a -31 penalty to Spot checks!), ignorin’ Spell Resistance. So yew sneak up on that undead wankah with ease, triggah Snoiper’s Shot and Grave Stroike threw Spell Matrix, and pop ‘im for 5 doses o’ 13d6+1d8+8 damage each (an average o’ 58 damage). If all hit (and yew only miss on a 1), you’ll do enough damage to oneshawt the ‘Crawlah within one round. If 2 ‘Crawlahs are yah CR 20 encounter, you can spend a round resettin’ yah Spell Matrix and then pop the second on round 3; good luck to the wankah if ‘e thinks ‘ell spot yew at that distance. I just bagged me the world’s fattest shade - twoice!
The Foinal Spell List Show
[This guy’s fricking sweet, dudes! The sniper is a dangerous offensive caster with lots of utility and trapscouting ability on the side to boot. He’ll always be able to give the party a tactical advantage, by getting the drop on enemies, removing major threats right away, and providing various types of support. He’s hard to hit with those miss chances, and harder to find with his stealth expertise and many ways of casting spells from locations other than where he really is. You can also steal a spell slot here and there; they’ll be low level, but low level slots can fuel useful spells like Sniper’s Shot. It’s worth noting that you can blast an area as well as a single opponent; show the Demoman and the Pyro how it’s done!]
Overall Weaknesses: Loike most mages, the Snoipah’s got low HP and poor Fortitude. Yew’re not Saxton Hale, mate; avoid takin’ punishment. AoE effects are another worry; the enemy’s like as not to say “Bugger!” to tha task of seekin’ yew out and just bung on as much explosive damage as ‘e can. Yew may want ta invest in a Ring o’ Evasion just in case.
[Like most mages, the Sniper’s got low HP and poor Fortitude. You’re not Saxton Hale; avoid taking punishment. AoE effects are another worry; the enemy’s likely to say “Screw this!” to the task of seeking you out and just shovel on as much explosive damage as he can in your area. You may want to invest in a Ring of Evasion just in case.]
There yew ‘ave it. The #1 Snoipah can delivah vicious spoike damage from beyond the Black Stump, and still pull trapscoutin’, area blastin’, and utility castin’ when yah mates need it. God Save the Queen - unless she needs long-distance fire support, in which case He can sod off and leave the shootin’ to a dinkum Aussie!
Next up: Oi’m gonna run things a bit differently from ‘ow Tempest ‘andled votin’ - whassat? Drop the accent?....Okay, okay. I can’t guarantee that I’ll be rolling in free time either, so I’m going to get as much as I can done in advance, and that means early voting.
You have two (2) votes each, for two different options. I’ve seen a lot of good melee builds waiting in the wings for this showcase, and I’ve also noticed that I’m a bit overrepresented in the recent weeks. So it’s going to be all about the close quarters dirty work, as others have managed it. Your options are [AR] Dreamblade, [AR] Slash and Burn, [DH] Psycarnum Warrior, [DH] Eat, Sleep, Gank, [AR] Uberflank, [Various*] Deathblow, and [AR] Evasion Tank. The first three involve psionics, just so you know. I’d like to have the two front runners by next Friday.
Comments are open, and be sure to leave your votes!
This build was not at all what I expected when I voted for it. And I'm not complaining a bit.
I'm going to vote for Dreamblade and Psycarnum Warrior. I think I actually have an idea what those are this time, too.
You've two votes, Fred; anything else you want to see? The Psycarnum Warrior is pretty straightforward build that you can guess from the title, as are Eat, Sleep, Gank and Uberflank.
@Fred and Golem: Vote for two each of you. It'll be a double showcase next week.
The vecna blooded template (MMV, LA 1) Would be a very nice addition to this build. It gets you immunity to all divinations (plus you learn the name, appearance, and location of the caster who attempted the divination.) as well as 2 other cool abilities. The really great thing is that you retain the immunity to divinations power even if you lose the template (effectively giving you the ability for free). If you gain access to LA buyoff I would even keep the template since the other abilities are pretty cool too.
Also, I asked a question in the last thread but I think you guys missed it since never answered (I also sent a pm to tempest stormwind which he didn't answer). Here it is again:
"May I ask why you aren't also posting these on the Giant in the Playground and Minmaxboard forums? You would get alot more discussion on those sites plus many more optimizers would get to see these fantastic builds. If you are too busy than I would be happy too (while crediting you and your group of course)".
Oh and I vote for Dreamblade and Slash & Burn
My votes go towards Slash and Burn + Evasion Tank. Not much to say about the build itself, simple but elegant in it's execution. I did enjoy the stralian' accent though.
Nice and clean, I like it.
Spellwarped Cyclonic Blast sounds fun.
I see echoes of Serina in there, RT (or maybe it's the other way around).
I'm absolutly stuffed of all these mages, 'ere 'ere for some stabbing blokes.
Votes: Blade that Dreams and barring that Slashing and Burning sounds fun, why not give it a burl?
I think evasion tank would be a neat concept to see, and dreamblade ( I have no idea what either could be)
And wow I had no idea the build was going to be a spell caster when I think sniper I assumed bow, I was quite far off
My votes go towards Uberflank and Deathblow.
Not exactly what I was thinking, but definitely looks like a lot of fun.
Eat, Sleep, Gank and Evasion Tank for me. Although Psycarnum Warrior sounds interesting, does it use Psycarnum Infusion with Sapphire Smite? I have a build like that that I am planning on posting one of these days.
A lot of you guys were expecting an archer, huh?
Keep the votes coming. *Andarious had the original idea; from what I can tell a lot bounced off of the other guys and didn't solidify for a while. I actually didn't come onto the concept this build until late in the game, and wound up just making a variant off of AR's build after he'd solidified something.
Does the Evasion Tank use Evasive Reflexes with Karmic Strike?
Surprise. But no. We'll tell you more about how it works if it gets voted in. It's somewhat untraditional for D&D builds and does better when fighting two or more characters in melee at once.
I'm liking this build a lot, one of my favourites so far. Problem is these are meant to spur discussion, but they're already complete, it makes it a little difficult to discuss.
My votes go to Psycarnum Warrior... I really want to see that. And I suppose Dreamblade, but if I can chuck two votes at Psycarnum instead I'll stick with that :D
Complete is not the same as immutible, as well there have been at least a handful of builds that have come up as a result of showing these. Alternative uses for some of the tricks used within them.
A possible point of discussion would be alternate spell choices. This is a sorceror build, after all.
Tallying up votes so far:
Aelyrinth, what about you? Anything you'd like to vote for? I've got a three-way tie for second place I need to break here.
As an aside, your signature is a bit messed up right now; the last link encompases all of the text below it as well.
Comments and voting are open on the next showcase thread!
I can't see how you can sneak attack with your ray spell at more than 60 feats like in you exemple against the nightcrawler.
How do you manage that?!?
Ok, thank you. Here is another question: Why did you take practise spellcaster at level 12, when your only non "caster" level is your 1st level of spellthief and you take care of it with master spellthief at level 6?
To deal with the caster level loss in non-divination spells that results from the Unseen Seer's divination spell power class feature, which boosts your CL for divinations but correspondingly penalizes your caster level on all other spells.
Having the spell list at the end is incredibly useful for helping you decide what types of spells you should be looking at. If this could be done for any relevant showcase I would love you forever.
None of the other arcane casters have enough of a spells known list to matter; maybe Face First and the T3, though the latter has far fewer powers than the Snoipah has spells.
That's really more a consequence with how spells and powers are learned than a problem with presentation, but there's times when a summary list like that is required. Like if you ever decide to showcase the SSLTFKP.[/quote]
Well that sounds like an interesting name acronym, I would certainly like to see the build that has that long a name that it needs an acronym to describe it.
Actually, that's only the spell list, which is really the highlight. The build that we built just to take advantage of that spell list is called the SWFKP. If you're familiar with the old works of FrankTrollman, you'll likely be able to guess what the FKP stands for.
Uh...actually...I'm not. When I tried to look him up, all I got were random posts mentioning him and his side of the story of why he was banned. What does FKP mean? First to Kill the Party? Fast Killing Party? ...I've got nothing after that.
Supernatural Spell Likes That ****ing Kill People? That is my best guess.
Sorceror Spell List That F#(*ing Kills People
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