User talk:For Valor
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 Arcane Torrent
Saw your question on the Blood Elf's ability, and a thought occurred to me that might jive with what you're going for. Perhaps something like this?
Arcane Torrent (Su): Once per day as an immediate action, you can create an effect similar to Glove of Invulnerability, with the following exceptions; first, its Range changes to "Personal" with its Target changing to "You". Second, it lasts until the beginning of your next round. Third, it only blocks first level spells. The level of spells blocked rises by one for every three HD you possess past the first up to a maximum of level 9 spells. (Thus, 2nd level spells at level 4, 3rd level spells at level 7, 4th level spells at level 10, and so forth).
How's that? Hope it helps :-) --Ghostwheel 06:48, 13 July 2009 (MDT)
Oh, and if you want to do the "stealing" effect, add the following:
If a spell was prevented in this way, you gain an effect similar to that of a Rod of Absorption that lasts for 5 minutes. During that time, you may cast spells totaling up to the number of spell levels prevented by Arcane Torrent. For example, if Arcane Torrent stopped a level 7 spell, you may cast two level 3 and a level 1 spell, or a level 4 spell and a level 3 spell, or a level 5 spell and a level 2 spell. After five minutes end, the spell levels stored disappear and are unusable.
Perhaps something like that? --Ghostwheel 06:53, 13 July 2009 (MDT)
 Responses on my Setting
Just wanted to stop by and say thanks for the ideas on my various setting pages. I have left responses and defenses of my various decisions on all of the pages you commented on, you can take a look if you want and get back to me. :)--Vrail 02:18, 17 May 2010 (UTC)