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I think the Saves should be Con based, pyrokineticist is just a kineticist that uses all fire, so having saves based off the kineticist cha score doesn't make sence
- I disagree, I think CHA scores are more relevant, as the fire is psionic and therefore an extension of the characters mind and personality. Q.E.D. --Lolki 19:59, 28 July 2008 (MDT)
It says that the bolt of fire, usable at will, does 1d6 for "every class level the pyro has." one of my PC is arguing that this means all of the class levels that he has including wilder etc. not just pyrokineticist levels. He wants to be able to use an at will spell thats just as powerful as a fireball without a damage cap. i disagree. any input? --20:00, 19 July 2009 (MDT)
- Whenever it says "class", that specifically means levels of THAT class only, and "character level" is used instead for levels of all classes. However, letting it be 1d6/character level would not be overpowered at all - the psychokinetic is underpowered as classes go, and bolt of fire deals so little damage at to be practically worthless. Even making it 1d6/character level still doesn't pump its damage up to a useful range Dragon Child 20:05, 19 July 2009 (MDT)
This is homebrew, right? If so, why is it in the SRD namespace? Or are people just suggesting what they think would be appropriate changes for balancing something actually part of the SRD? --Taritus 20:48, 19 July 2009 (MDT)
- This is part of the SRD, from the expanded psionic handbook. Dragon Child 20:55, 19 July 2009 (MDT)
A link to Weapon Focus and Weapon Specialization wouldn't be out of place, would they be? (Froggeh 07:06, 8 December 2009 (MST))
Here are three things I think should be clarified with the Fire Lash: 1. Do your enemys still get an AoO like with a whip? 2. Does the Fire lash threaten? Because all the sudden this whip really does seem very dangerous. 3. Do you get to add your strength for damage even though it's a touch attack?
1. No they do not. 2. Not unless you have the feat for that, as any feats that apply to whips apply to the Fire Lash. 3: Yes you do, just as you would for any other whip, but whether this extra damage is lethal (as fire based) or nonlethal (as with the normal whip) is not noted and left to the DM(or GM)'s digression.
Epic Info Missing
This page doesn't include the statistics and table for the epic pyrokineticist. Can someone fix this?