User talk:Ghostwheel/3.x Banned List
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Better ban Extraordinary Spell Aim from CAd. as well, it can be used to let a cleric(or anyone)buff while being immune to magic(he exempts himself from the effects of Antimagic Field). add a persistant divine meta magic and you have a guy who can righteous might and Divine Power and is immune to magic, very very nasty bugger. --Ganre 22:42, 16 July 2009 (MDT)
- That depends on how you interpret Extraordinary Spell Aim. The first time I read it, and the way I still interpret it, you shape the area of the spell so it "wraps" around a creature, not affecting it for the moment the spell is cast. That means that it's good on AoE instant effects... but less so on one with a duration greater than Instantaenous. Because a character continually moves, that means the moment after the spell goes off, the second AFTER it takes effect, the creature is affected as well. This allows it to be a good choice for people who enjoy throwing around fireballs and meteor showers, but for abusing things like AMFs it's far less useful. Hope I've explained what I mean in an understandable manner? --Ghostwheel 06:20, 17 July 2009 (MDT)
- An odd, but reasonable interpretation. Particularly if people start sharing spells. --Ganre 07:31, 28 July 2009 (MDT)
- I've also found it a good interpretation to stop people from abusing spells like Solid Fog :-) --Ghostwheel 07:34, 28 July 2009 (MDT)
You forgot Ice Assassin, it a major one I am surprise it not on the list. --Dhazriel 23:22, 25 July 2009 (MDT)
- Ah, good point, will add it. --Ghostwheel 23:24, 25 July 2009 (MDT)
Could you explain your reasoning for banning the Barbarian Lion Totem? Run feat, +2 hide, and later +2 damage when charging doesn't seem game breaking. Can it be combined with something else to create exceptional cheese?
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