Talk:Autophobia (3.5e Flaw)
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A Couple Issues
What happens when the character is alone and sleeping or unconscious? Do they still have to make the save? Do summoned monsters and similar things count as being alone for the purposes of making the save, or do they stave off the save? Surgo 12:53, 9 March 2009 (MDT)
- I do not understand why the prerequisite is "any non-evil." Loneliness affects creatures of all alignments. Many characters have motivations grounded in an obsession with gaining or keeping friends. I've even had one or two characters try to kill the party because the party was leaving them. The alignment standard for this feat should just be dropped. Perhaps a Maximum charisma level or leadership score would be a better prerequisite. 220.127.116.11 11:27, 5 June 2009 (MDT)
- I agree evil people can be lonely too, just look at Doctor Horrible, can we switch over to a different prerequisite or none?
Idea for the Prerequisite
If you ask me the prerequiste could be that: something bad happened to them when they were alone.
E.g. Aramil's was seperate from his team by a trap. While continuning through the dungeon they find the corpses of the rest of the team. He think's it was his fault for not being thier and this drives him to gaining Autophobia.
Thier finally, my idea's off my chest. --Milo High-Hill 07:59, 10 August 2010 (UTC)