Talk:Bibliophile (3.5e Trait)

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By "Gist" what is meant exactly? Lets say its a poem that a Wizard would even have trouble understanding. This poem states where the Dragons lair is, would this person automatically be able to understand it? Or would they have the same troubles as the Wizard? Would it be harder for them than the Wizard? I think it would be nice if you could elaborate on this part a bit... --Green Dragon 22:09, 29 January 2007 (MST)

By gist it means that the character has read so much of every language, including magical runes, that they can descipher any script as though it is mundane, and gain a +4 to all attempts. Sorry, I forgot about that, Gist was an old feat, so when I copied it, I just forgot to explain that.--Cypresslyshra 22:15, 29 January 2007 (MST)
It looks better now, thanks for doing that. --Green Dragon 22:18, 29 January 2007 (MST)

Should Be a Trait[edit]

This is not a flaw; its effect is not strictly negative and does not provide a bonus feat. This should be a trait and I will move it there shortly if there is no argument. Surgo 12:59, 9 March 2009 (MDT)

I agree, trait fits this much better. --Green Dragon 13:27, 9 March 2009 (MDT)

Undid edit[edit]

someone added +1 feat at the end of this page. The edit was poorly added, not explained or discussed, so i took it as vandalism. --Ganre 03:19, 26 March 2009 (MDT)

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