View Full Version : Changes to the Spells
10-20-2011, 07:09 AM
There are some spells I work a little differently than what it says in the Player's Handbook. As these come up, are taken by the players, I will post the version we will be using. And feel free to discuss the changes. We all have a say in this.
Spell(!st Level Wizard) Identify: The spell no longer requires a prep and recoverey time. The mage can simply cast the spell. While the character will not know the specific bonuses( I doubt adventures would say they had a +1 longsword) the player will.
10-20-2011, 07:12 AM
Oh, I was thinking you were changing the spell schools to be more like how they were revised in Player's Option: Spells and Magic. I was about to be jumping for joy, lol.
10-20-2011, 07:17 AM
We can do whatever you want with that. We don't have any specialist mages at the moment anyway so no one will be effected by it. The one exception will be the druid spells, of which Shep compiled a list using the spheres and the spell list from the 1st Ed. Player's Handbook which actually has a class section for Druid. And I will post the list here. In the case of spells that don't appear in the 2nd Ed. From the 1st Ed., I can convert their 3rd Ed. equivalent. Also one animal summoning spell was added from 3rd Ed.
10-20-2011, 07:27 AM
The Player's Option: Spells and Magic basically did the same thing, making it more like 1st Edition. If you have a program that can read a microsoft word document then I can send you my list from the Koralgesh campaign. It lists the page number for where it is in the 2nd edition Player's Handbook, and every spell that isn't in there has been detailed out. I think it also has my monster summoning tables.
10-20-2011, 07:38 AM
I think I have that, and like I said, Shep sent me a very detailed list, though I can't figure out how to get it so it shows the code for the hyperlinks so I can paste it all over.
10-20-2011, 07:42 AM
That's because they hyperlinks aren't actually there. Its just blue underlined text that copied straight from the page itself. I never embeded the hyperlinks into the document.
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