Arcane Artist (4e Paragon Path)
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|“||“With an artist’s touch arcane energy can be the most beautiful thing in the world.”||”|
|—Armour, Elven Glyphologist, During a performance|
You have always believed in the beauty that can be created through magic, and now you are at last creating truly beautiful art. Every glyph you create is a masterpiece within itself both before and after it is triggered. Although the true beauty of the magic is only realized through spells, it almost seems a shame to expend the glyphs that you create for this very purpose. Even if they outclass you in power, no mere wizard or sorcerer can match the beauty you create with your spells.
Arcane Artist Path Features
- Artist’s Touch (11th Level): You gain a +1 bonus to attack and damage rolls when using glyphologist attack powers for each glyph you expend when using the power.
- Thoughtless Artistry (11th Level): When you use an action point, you can conjure a glyph on one or both of your hands assuming they do not already have glyphs on them.
- Artistic Modification (16th Level): You can spend a minor action to modify a glyph you can touch. The modified glyph grants a +2 bonus to the power it is used for, or gains the attribute of another glyph in addition to its current attribute.
|Arcane Paint||Arcane Artist Utility 12|
|You create a more solid paint to focus your spells through.|
|Encounter Arcane, Conjuration|
|Effect: You create a glyph of any type that lasts until the end of an extended rest.|