SRD Talk:Perfect Wight
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Is this only a technical discussion page or can I generate discussion about content? Like why is Self-Concealment a Perfect Wight Bonus Feat option when it is in fact a prereq for the Epic Prestige Class? Similarly, how can Hide 24 ranks be prereqs if the Self-Concealment Feat is a prereq and that feat requires 30 ranks of Hide? Something does not seem right. THANKS, JIM —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 22.214.171.124 (talk • contribs) . Please sign your posts.
- In order: yes, you can generate discussion. Self-Concealment can be taken multiple times, which is why it's offered as a bonus feat. I'm not sure, though it's probably just an error. It's not in the errata or the FAQ's, so I dunno. The only thing I can think of is perhaps there is a way to get Self-Concealment without meeting the prerequisites (say, through a class feature of another class). JazzMan 21:48, 3 February 2011 (MST)
I was reading through the Epic Level Handbook and when i was looking at the The Garrote it said that a typical encounter has a rog24/perfect wight6 as specialist. even if you had a 20 in dexterity to begin with and used all your abilities bonus and used the feat Greater Dexterity you would still not be able to meet the requirements at level 25. I wonder how that is supposed to work. Maybe with items you can achieve it but the rank requirments to meet self-concealment cannot be obtained until level 27. yet again some feats like increasing your base cap would help but it seems to me even with extra feats and items you would still be hard pressed to become a perfect wight. Mirage