Monday, July 29, 2013
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|It's like bedrock, it's so concrete.|
Monday, July 8, 2013
Sorry. I spent most of last week playing Minecraft instead of prepping a post and last night I felt like shit after having a straight up murderous headache for most of the day, so I wasn't really feeling up to writing. This is why a buffer is important. Again, sorry.
Friday, July 5, 2013
Monday, July 1, 2013
- Immortality, i.e. Immortals don't age to death and become immune to aging effects. However, they also cannot be raised or resurrected or otherwise restored to life should they meet an untimely death via dismemberment.
- Immortals still require food, water, and oxygen, but they cannot be killed due to lack of those. They still suffer all the normal effects of starvation and suffocation, but they cannot actually die and if reduced to the point of death, they remain one hit point away from death (and likely unconscious). Other effects that deal damage can end them while they are starving or suffocating, obviously.
- Immortals gain a total of +6 they can apply to their ability scores. This may be applied as a +2 to three different ability scores or a +4 to one score and a +2 to another ability score.
- Immortals gain spell resistance of 6 + their character level. If the character is a psionic character, they instead gain power resistance.
- Immortals may take levels in divine classes (Cleric, Druid, Inquisitor, Oracle, Paladin) or exchange current character levels for levels in a divine class. Immortals with levels in divine classes may grant spells to their followers if those followers are members of divine classes as well. In the case of followers, you cannot control them or speak to them over vast distances or anything like that, but you can turn their powers that come from you on and off at will and are completely immune to their class based supernatural and spell-like abilities and spells. Additionally, they cannot cast any spells you cannot, and they may never gain access to spells of level 5 or higher, regardless of class.
- Immortals become tier 1 mythic characters.