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semiticgod wrote: »
OlvynChuru wrote: »
A spell that summons a nymph to serve you is a 4th-level spell.
A spell that makes you appear as a nymph in the eyes of enemies for just a brief moment is a 7th-level spell.
ilduderino wrote: »
You can never travel with more than 5 people - even when some of those people:
Might otherwise be left in a mine that is about to be flooded
Would be left vulnerable after their home had been invaded by trolls, who had murdered their family, and being at the mercy of a family of corrupt nobles
Would otherwise be left alone in a mental asylum for wizards who you have just spent months trying to rescue and is your sister
Would be summarily abandoned after having been with you for months and having risked their life helping you to rescue your sister
Would be left in a pocket plane in hell after having travelled and fought with you to help you and your sister regain your souls
Would be handy to have around bearing in mind you are about to fight The Five, who have large armies backing them up
gorgonzola wrote: »
also, even if he is probably the best armorer and weapon builder of the plane, if you bring to him the flail heads from d'arnise keep he is not able to forge flail of ages.
while you, whatever class charname is, can easily do it in the castle forge.
strange enough if you manage to get the WK flail head while in SoA, both you, at the keep forge, and him are unable to attach it to the flail, only cespenar know how to do it.
also i never did try, but i bet that if you bring to ToB the 3 heads from the keep cespenar will be not able to build the flail, and/or if you bring to him only the WK and ToB heads, that he is able to attach to the flail, but not FoA (+1, 2, or 3) he can not build a FoA+2 (electric and poison damage only) with them.
by the way cespenar states clearly that he is only able to follow some recipes that he knows, so there is some logic in how he behaves, while cromwell brags to be a super skilled weapon and armor builder, so being not able to assemble the flail has not logic at all. or better has a perfect "baldur's gate logic" .
ZaramMaldovar wrote: »
Cromwell takes the same amount of time to string a bow as he does to forge Crom Faeyr.
UncleSporky wrote: »
Everyone in the Sword Coast is panicked over the iron shortage crisis, when I don't know how they're planning on transporting any of it due to the horse shortage crisis.
Two thirds of all the horses in the entire Sword Coast are in the hands of Iron Throne thugs at Cloakwood Mines, and the last horse is standing next to Farmer Brun north of the Friendly Arm Inn.
Tales of the Sword Coast went on to double the number of horses by adding a whopping THREE at Ulgoth's Beard! Honestly this is the kind of quality expanded content worth paying for.
ilduderino wrote: »
You cannot become a cleric when you were originally a fighter unless you are extraordinarily wise - but Anomen can become a cleric after being a fighter even though his behaviour is extremely unwise and his stats are insufficient
fluke13 wrote: »
Not sure if this one has been mentioned, but the thief outside High hedge... Plans greatest heist of all time, meets Charname, changes his mind about heist... Then proceeds to walk straight through the front doors of High hedge.