Talk:Summon Cow (3.5e Spell)
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You say they are "magical constructs"? Does that mean they are immune to Sneak Attacks? I assume you just mean they were made by magic, and not actually "constructs". If that is the case would you consider re-wording? --Badger 17:01, 4 November 2009 (MST)
- No, they're just made by magic, but i wasn't sure how to word it otherwise. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 220.127.116.11 (talk • contribs) 15:05, 5 November 2009 (MDT). Please sign your posts!
- How about "These cows are conjured by magic, but are otherwise standard cows as described by <cow link>" --Badger 17:44, 6 November 2009 (MST)
- Hey, I just made an account :) But I don't know how I would link to the cow without it coming up as Cow (3.5e creature). Can you or anyon tell me? --Lord Mattos 18:06, 7 November 2009 (MST)
Why not just add on the cow page they can be summoned using the standard summon spell? --Green Dragon 15:38, 5 November 2009 (MST)
- Maybe, but which spell? Summmon Nature's Ally (probably) III, etc.
What is the point of this? If its for food, thier may be a problem. THe fact that it disappears when it dies would really scrue up you eating it (Unless you are fine eating it while you are still alive). The only use it can think of would be to test if thier are traps. And even then it would be better if you summoned a creature with a good reflex save so you test if thier are many traps in the area, without wasting your spell slot on a damm cow.--Milo High-Hill 14:16, 22 October 2010 (MDT)
- I don't know about you, but I'm guessing my characters could think of a way to use 5 or 6 cows to our advantage. Maybe you use them to better help sell your disguise as farmers to gain entrance to the marketplace where you were banned. Maybe you summon them and cause a small stampede that crushes some enemy kobolds. Maybe you just want to use them to pull your cart since your mule died, and you're two days from town. Summoning cows in the middle of a room could also make a pretty amazing distraction if you need to make an escape or cause a diversion. --Badger 17:23, 22 October 2010 (MDT)