Re: Blowing up the Action Economy with Spellblade Tennis
Originally Posted by PlzBreakMyCmpAn
3 The weapon does not state that it is capable of holding more than 1 of the same type of spell. "When the wielder is next subjected" obviously should be interpreted as a limitation.
Of course, if you read that as a limitation, then you could also read that as meaning it can only absorb and redirect one spell ever: "The wielder of a spellblade weapon is immune to a single spell chosen at the time the weapon is created.[...]When the wielder is next subjected to the chosen spell, the weapon absorbs it."
Last edited by PairO'Dice Lost; 2010-05-02 at 04:29 PM.
Better to DM in Baator than play in Celestia
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Spoiler: Sig of Holding
Originally Posted by abadguy
Darn you PoDL for making me care about a bunch of NPC Commoners!
Originally Posted by Chambers
I'm pretty sure turning Waterdeep into a sheet of glass wasn't the best win condition for that fight. We lived though!