Talk:Snowscaper (3.5e Class)
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Okay, the Fire Mage and Puppeteer were Frank's inventions. Since there's being some new Tome material written (Here, if you're curious: http://www.tgdmb.com/viewforum.php?f=6), I dusted this off and tweaked it. I'm a bit iffy on the Animate Snow, since it's a fairly obscure spell. I'll probably have to convert it into an ability which creates temporary snow 'golems' or something, and then stat out the critters.
Other than that, I'm pretty proud of it. Mirror and Through the Looking Glass are abilities I'm proud of, but I concede that they don't entirely fit with people's idea of snow-and-ice-and-cold, but I'll keep them there unless I or someone else can come up with something awesome. Also, I'm iffy on Blizzard doing both cold and slashing/piercing damage. Might combine them into one pile of d6's rather than separate them. --Genowhirl 20:44, 21 July 2009 (MDT)
- Simulacrum already uses snow if you want something pre-existing an easily accessible, although I'm not sure about the fit. This is the best I have for a picture on short notice:
- If you want it you can put it in place or I'll get around to it after you respond to this. If it isn't really what you were thinking (granted, it's more serene snow than violent snow), let me know and I'll keep looking. -- Jota 10:15, 22 July 2009 (MDT)
- It's pretty, but it's not exactly--PUN INCOMING--cool. I keep thinking of those Winterfresh commercials where the people would freeze over and have frost on their hair and eyebrows and the like. See what else you could turn up, if you wouldn't mind; I'm still grateful for the effort. --Genowhirl 10:28, 22 July 2009 (MDT)