Talk:Create Wondrous Creature (3.5e Feat)

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so you can have a pet tarrasque now where to get 200,000 gp and 16000 xp :) Ewokdruid 17:47, 1 September 2009 (MDT)

Personal use[edit]

Would it be possible to use this to augment one's existing character with a template? Example: Wizard takes feat, practices on hapless goblins to raise his circumstance bonus, then drinks the elixir himself to gain crazy powers.
I've got a player who's thinking of taking the feat, and I'd like an opinion on the balance of that idea. I'm inclined to say yes, but with a large amount of DM oversight.
Thoughts? -Ichai 11:26, 2 June 2010 (UTC)

As written, that wouldn't work, since the creatures you experiment on are the ones who transform. They also have to be similar to the creature you want to make (so if making an owlbear you should start with an owl and/or a bear, not a goblin), so unless you are also a goblin, that wouldn't work.
Basically, you aren't experimenting on a creature and using that knowledge to create an elixir, you are experimenting directly on the creature, transforming him into a new creature. JazzMan 14:13, 2 June 2010 (UTC)
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