Talk:Attuned Sand (3.5e Equipment)
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Hrm, if this can only be used by one class, and is an integral part of a class feature, it probably shouldn't have it's own page. Nobody browsing the equipment is ever going to use this by itself. JazzMan 18:04, 26 May 2010 (UTC)
- Sorry, this page isn't finished quite yet. There is quite a bit more to it and I was planning to add a section on ways to use it besides for the one class. Uhnaneemoos 19:40, 12 June 2010 (UTC)
Recalling The Attuned Sand After Use
Once a technique is used and sand is away from you, does the sand return automatically or does it have to be recalled manually? If so, what type of action does it require to do so? Soulfire91 23:55, 3 July 2011 (UTC)
- Sorry, had a line in the actual sandbender page at the attuned sand section that explained that. I copied it to this one as well just to make sure the explanation is clear. Thanks for pointing it out!
- The line is-
- When a sandbender attempts to use a technique he should ensure the proper amount of attuned sand is within the range of the technique. It is assumed when a technique ends all the attuned sand returns to the sandbender unless the sandbender wishes it to stay.
- Uhnaneemoos 09:38, 5 July 2011 (MDT)
Can the Attuned Sand....
...Be enchanted in any way and still be usable for techniques? Such as per cubic foot enchanted adding that enchantment at a reduced bonus but stacks as the cubic feet are enchanted. Maybe dividing the enchanted sand per type of enchantment to keep it organized.--Soulfire91 00:31, 1 August 2011 (MDT)
Few Questions about the attuned sand
so not sure if i missed it or im just miss reading it but like it says it can be destroyed by fire or ligthning or water so is that like any amount of the fire ligthning or water destroys it or what? another question can you wrap the sand around body parts and crush them or does it have to be around the whole body? for the living shield does it have a health or does it block only so much cause it says "This new sand will remain invisible until something attempts to harm the sandbender in which case it moves in the way of the incoming attack, blocking it." for the ranged dry hands attack will the absorbed water make the sand useless or is the water transferred to you --Porkins (talk) 10:40, 27 March 2013 (MDT)