Results 1 to 13 of 13
  1. - Top - End - #1
    Bugbear in the Playground
     
    Cipherthe3vil's Avatar

    Join Date
    Oct 2010
    Location
    ლಠ益
    Gender
    Female

    Default (PrC 3.5) Anointed Knight wants a peach...

    I just read the "Anointed Knight" directly after reading about the Ravages and Afflictions for the first time, I was very disapointed with its effects... Didn't seem worth sacrificing precious Class Levels to attain whats pretty much just a few feats.

    So I'ma just fix'dat.

    Though admittedly I have pretty much next to no Prestige experience :P

    Anyway. I'd perhaps integrate it with my Knight Eternal.

    REQUIREMENTS
    To qualify to become an
    anointed knight, a character
    must fulfill all the following
    criteria.
    Alignment: Any
    good.
    Base Attack
    Bonus:
    +5.
    Special ability:
    Exotic Blade ability.
    OR
    Divine Health ability.

    CLASS SKILLS
    The anointed knight’s class
    skills (and the key ability
    for each skill) are;
    Climb (Str), Concentration(Con), Craft (alchemy)(Int), Craft (Any one more) (Dex), Diplomacy (Cha), Handle Animal (Cha), Jump(Str), Knowledge(Arcana) (Int), Knowledge (religion)(Int), Knowledge(the planes)(Int), Knowledge(Nobility&Royalty), Ride (Dex), Spellcraft (Int), Swim (Str) See Chapter 4 of the Player’s Handbook for skill descriptions.

    Skill Points at Each Level: 6 + Int modifier.


    An Anointed Knight with an Ice elemental Hammer for her Exotic Blade flaunting her Holy Hands while Holy Sight is active.

    {table=head]{colsp=7}Table: The Anointed Knight
    Level|Base Attack Bonus|Fort Save|Ref Save|Will Save|
    Special
    |
    Blessings


    1st|+1|+2|+0|+2| Anoint Self | +1 level of Blessings progression

    2nd|+2|+3|+0|+3| Anoint Blade | +1 level of Blessings progression

    3rd|+3|+3|+1|+3| Craft Ravage | +1 level of Blessings progression

    4th|+4|+4|+1|+4| Anoint Self | +1 level of Blessings progression

    5th|+5|+4|+1|+4| Anoint Blade | +1 level of Blessings progression

    6th|+6/+1|+5|+2|+5| Craft Affliction | +1 level of Blessings progression

    7th|+7/+2|+5|+2|+5| Anoint Self | +1 level of Blessings progression

    8th|+8/+3|+6|+2|+6| Anoint Blade | +1 level of Blessings progression

    9th|+9/+4|+6|+3|+6| Enhance Ravage | +1 level of Blessings progression

    10th|+10/+5|+7|+3|+7| Anoint Self | +1 level of Blessings progression

    11th|+11/+6/+1|+7|+3|+7| Anoint Blade | +1 level of Blessings progression

    12th|+12/+7/+2|+8|+4|+8| Enhance Affliction | +1 level of Blessings progression

    13th|+13/+8/+3|+8|+4|+8| Anoint Self | +1 level of Blessings progression

    14th|+14/+9/+4|+9|+4|+9| Anoint Blade | +1 level of Blessings progression

    15th|+15/+10/+5|+9|+5|+9| Superior Ravages | +1 level of Blessings progression

    [/table]

    Class Features:

    Weapon and Armor Proficiency: An anointed knight is
    proficient with all simple and martial weapons, all types of
    armor, and shields.

    Blessings Progression:
    The Anointed Knight continues to gain Blessings as the Knight Eternal.

    Anoint Self (Su):
    An anointed knight concocts a magic oil with which to anoint herself, at a cost of 100 gp (for alchemical components). She can make only one dose of the oil each time this class feature is gained (at 1st, 4th, 7th, and 10th level). Creating the oil takes 1 hour.
    Applying the oil is a ceremony that takes 8 hours. Once the oil is applied, the anointed knight permanently gains a new supernatural ability chosen from the accompanying list. Her level plus Charisma modifier determines the choices available to her (the highest-numbered choice possible, or any lower one). An anointed knight cannot choose an ability more than once, nor can she replace one ability with another once the choice is made.

    {table=head]Level + Cha modifier | Ability
    3 or lower | Holy Sight, Holy Speech
    4-6 | Holy Hands, Holy Touch
    7-8 | Holy Body, Holy Endurance
    9 | Holy Health, Holy Radiance
    10+ | Holy Insight, Holy Power
    [/table]
    • Holy Sight: Knight gains Blindsight out 120ft as they see the world as if everything is made of solidified light. Evil creatures give off red light, good gives off blue, and neutral gives off standard yellowish white light. Objects give off a steely white light. As such, they automatically recognize living creatures and their alignment within her range. Holy Sight replaces normal sight when active, thus she cannot see anything outside of 120ft.
    • Holy Speech: The Knight gains benefits of Tongues, Comprehend Language, and can choose who understands her and who doesn't whenever she speaks, this includes reading and writing.
    • Holy Hands: Simply by touching someone, the Knight can cure 1 point of ability damage, and 2d8+Cha damage. This is damage dealt to undead or other creatures susceptible to positive energy damage, without need to focus. So this damage can be dealt with any other form of touch attack. This counts as a paladin's Lay on Hands feature for feats or as a requirement where it may apply.
    • Holy Touch: A knight’s entire being is suffused with holy power, which likewise flows into any weapon the knight wields. A knight’s melee attacks with any weapon (or unarmed) deal an additional 1d6 points of holy damage against evil creatures, and 1d8 points against evil undead and evil outsiders. Any evil creature that strikes a knight with a natural weapon takes holy damage as if hit by the knight’s attack. This damage stacks with Holy Hands for touch-unarmed attacks against creatures susceptible to Positive Energy damage provided by Holy Hands.
    • Holy Body: The Knight becomes immune to ability drain, and negative levels.
    • Holy Endurance: The Knight gains DR/Evil where DR is the knight's charisma modifier +1/2 their class levels.
    • Holy Health: The Knight gains Fast Healing equal to their Knight level.
    • Holy Radiance: The Knight gains a visible aura of light, shining bright light around 60ft. Healing effects, including the knights own, heal an additional +5hp per die. Undead in the area suffer -2 to all saves and to attack rolls. Supernatural fear effects do not function within the aura. The Knight can suppress the ability, lowering its intensity and range of exposure or suppressing it completely. The effects only work within the area of light however, so suppressing it removes its benefits. When you are alight, you suffer a penalty to any checks relying on stealth, such as move silently, hide, or thievery skills that interact with a subject or would invoke a Spot check. This penalty is -5 per 5ft in radius your light shines. Suppressing your Light or resuming it is a free action.
    • Holy Insight: The Knight gains a +5 sacred bonus to skill checks, reflex saves, and AC. She looses this bonus to AC if she cannot move.
    • Holy Power: The save DCs of any and all of the knight’s special attacks, including spells as well as spell-like, supernatural, and extraordinary abilities, increase by +5.


    Anoint Blade (Su):
    An anointed knight concocts a magic oil with which to coat her Exotic Blade granted from her Knight Eternal class levels, at a cost of 100 gp (for alchemical components). If she does not have the Exotic Blade feature, she gains one now (See Knight Eternal and take your blade and one Trait to go with it).She can make only one dose of the oil each time this class feature is gained (at 2nd, 5th, and 8th level).
    If the oil is applied to a weapon other than the anointed knight’s Exotic Blade, nothing happens and the oil is wasted. Creating the oil takes 1 hour.
    Applying the oil is a ceremony that takes 8 hours. Once the oil is applied, the Exotic Blade permanently gains a new supernatural ability chosen from the accompanying list. The knight’s level plus Charisma modifier determines the choices available to her (the highest-numbered choice possible, or any lower one). An anointed knight cannot choose an ability more than once, nor can she replace one ability with another once the choice is made.
    Anoint Blade works regardless of the the Exotic Blade's inability to be enchanted.


    {table=head]Level + Cha modifier | Ability
    3 or lower | Evil Seeker, Ravage Evil
    4-6 | Hard Feelings, Vengeful Push
    7-8 | Evil Bane, Evil's End
    9 | Dismiss Evil, Slay Evil
    10 | Sever/Shatter Evil, Sentience
    [/table]

    • Evil Seeker: The weapon gains a +2 bonus to attack and damage rolls against Evil creatures, whats more you can feel the tip of the blade pulling slightly towards an evil creature. You can use this as a Detect Evil compass of sorts.
    • Ravage Evil: The weapon can make contact with a Ravage to absorb it, dealing its effect three times before its used up. The weapon takes on a golden gleam when storing a Ravage. This ravage is considered used up and doesn't count to your Ravages limit.
    • Hard Feelings: The weapon has its own vendeta against evil, you can use your Smite Evil ability five more times per day as these stem from the blade itself, rather then your own reserves.
    • Vengeful Push: The weapon releases a pulse of faint golden light when it makes contact with an evil creature. This causes the evil creature to move back five feet per 10 damage inflicted. If it moves back farther then 20ft, they must make a reflex save DC = your BAB +5 or fall prone and take falling damage proportionate to the distance they were sent back. Only effects creature up to your size, Large creatures are effected only half as well. Huge creatures or bigger are not effected. If you ever become Larger or Larger, these sizes are increased as well.
    • Evil Bane: The weapon ignores damage resistance of evil creatures.
    • Evil's End: This weapon's threat range increases by six steps against evil creatures, and two steps generally. A weapon that only scores on a 20 for example now scores on a 14-20 against evil creatures.
    • Dismiss Evil: You can make an attack roll at -10 to attack a spell effect with the [evil] descriptor, or stems from an evil creature, against the spells DC. If you win, the spell is dispelled. The spell must be targeted or a spell that lingers in an area, such as a fog of death.
    • Slay Evil: This weapon's critical multiplier increases by four against evil creatures, or two against nonevil creatures. a standard x2 weapon for example is now x6 against evil creatures or x4 against nonevil creatures.
    • Sever/Shatter Evil: Your weapon gains the ability to instantly slay an evil creature. On a natural roll of 20 on the attack die as if you rolled a natural critical without modifiers, the target dies instantly while their body shrivels revealing cracks that shine brightly as holy energy tears them apart from the inside. You can see their soul purified of taint rise up 5ft before disappearing back to the heavens to face judgement. If a foe would be immune to critical hits, they are immune to the 1hitko. However, they still take an extra d6 damage per class levels in Anointed Knight which stems directly from divine power and not subject to resistance.
    • Sentience: The weapon becomes an intelligent item, with the same alignment as the knight. The weapon gains the following mental ability scores (assigned as the knight sees fit): 14, 14, 10. The weapon also gains the power of speech, 120-ft. vision and hearing, and two primary abilities (rolled randomly). See Intelligent Items in the Dungeon Master’s Guide.
      If you already had the intelligent trait from the Exotic Blade feature, you instead raise the mental scores by 4 and can select an Extraordinary Power.



    Craft Ravage (Su):
    You can create a Ravage, as found in the Book of Exalted Deeds, by spending 50gp in resources and 8 hours in a blessing ritual to imbue the combined ingredients into the ravage listed. At level six, you can create two of the same Ravages at one time.
    You can only have 12 Ravages created and unused at any one time, due to the nature of the ritual which charges the ravage giving it its potency.

    Craft Affliction (Su):
    You can create an Affliction, as found in the Book of Exalted Deeds, by spending 100gp in resources and 8 hours in a blessing ritual to imbue the combined ingredients into the affliction listed.
    You can only have 6 Afflictions created and unused at any one time, due to the nature of the ritual which charges the ravage giving it its potency.

    RAVAGE AND AFFLICTION DESCRIPTIONS
    Spoiler
    Show


    {table=head] Ravage | Type | Initial Damage | Secondary Damage
    Golden Ice | Contact DC 14 | 1d6 Dex | 2d6 Dex
    Celestial Lightsblod | Ingested DC 20 | 1d4 Dex | 1d4 Con
    Jade Water | Injury DC 14 | 1d4 Wis | 1d4 Int, 1d4 Wis
    Purified Couatl Venom | Injury DC 16 | 2d4 Str | 4d4 Str
    Unicorn Blood | Injury DC 17 | 1d3 Str | 1d4 Str
    [/table]
    {table=head] Affliction | Infection | DC | Incubation | Damage
    Eternal Torpor | Contact | 14 | 1 day | 1d6 Dex
    Consuming Passion | Contact | 17 | 1d3 days | 1d4 Int
    Depraved Decadence | Ingested | 18 | 1d6 days | 1d4 Str
    Pride in Vain | Ingested | 20 | 1 day | 1d6 Cha
    Raging Desire | Inhaled | 15 | 1 day | 1d3 Con
    Haunting Conscience | Inhaled | 16 | 1d3 days | 1d4 Wis
    [/table]


    Celestial Lightsblood: This rare substance is as ethereal as
    pure alcohol, though it is not intoxicating. A pure silvery color,
    it first slows and then sickens creatures it affects.
    Consuming Passion: Consuming passion causes a creature
    to become covetous and paranoid as the affliction runs its
    course.
    Depraved Decadence: This affliction causes ravenous
    hunger and causes the victim to grow progressively
    weaker from hunger.
    Eternal Torpor: Creatures afflicted
    with eternal torpor are constantly
    drowsy and cannot charge or run.
    Golden Ice: This crystalline substance
    is cold to the touch, though it
    doesn’t melt except at infernally high
    temperatures. Evil creatures subjected
    to it feel its cold spreading throughout
    their bodies.
    Haunting Conscience: This affliction
    causes a creature to dwell on its evil
    deeds, becoming guilt-wracked and
    violently angry.
    Jade Water: Jade is a potent
    substance, noted for its effects on
    certain kinds of evil supernatural creatures.
    Jade water is simply holy water with a suspension
    of jade crystals that takes on
    unusual potency as a ravage.
    Pride In Vain: Creatures afflicted
    with pride in vain obsess about their status and appearance,
    eventually withdrawing to the point of staring incessantly into
    a mirror.
    Purified Couatl Venom: The venom of a couatl, when
    milked from the creature and purified, becomes a potent ravage
    that severely weakens the victim.
    Raging Desire: This affliction causes insatiable sexual desire
    while preventing any possible fulfillment of that desire.
    Unicorn Blood: Drawn from a willing living unicorn, unicorn
    blood retains its potency as a ravage only as long as the
    unicorn that donated the blood remains alive.



    Enhance Ravage (Su):
    During creation, the Anointed Knight can add a little flare and enhance its effects. The Ravage's effects now add the Anointed Knight's charisma modifier to its effect, and the Anointed Knight's levels to the save DC.
    For example:
    Unicorn blood---Injury DC 17---1d3 Str---1d4 Str
    Unicorn's blood is a DC 17 effect that deals 1d3 Str damage at first, and 1d4 Str damage one minute later.
    When used by Pakse, a 10th level Anointed Knight with a Charisma modifier of +6, Unicorn's Blood has a save DC of 27 and deals 1d3+6 Str Damage when enhanced by the Knight.


    Enhance Affliction (Su):
    During creation, the Anointed Knight can add a little flare and enhance the effects of an Affliction. The Affliction's effects are now increased as Ravages are increased in Enhance Ravage
    You can also lengthen the incubation period by an extra die, or decrease the incubation by up to half.

    Superior Ravages (Su):
    The Anointed Knight's skill with handling Ravages and understanding of how the blessing ritual works is now great enough, they can craft Superior Ravages.
    Superior Ravages cost 5,000gp in alchemical ingredients to craft, and a 12 hour ritual of blessing.
    The Anointed Knight can only have one Superior Ravages blessed and potent at any one time. Making another makes the last grow impotent, and useless (However, you may re-bless it at a later date if its stored properly).

    SUPERIOR RAVAGE DESCRIPTIONS:
    Spoiler
    Show

    {table=head] Ravage | Type | Initial Damage | Secondary Damage
    Penitent Flame | Contact DC 24 | 1d6 Con + 1d4 Int | 6d4 Con + 4d6 Int
    Judgement of Light | Inhaled DC 20 | 3d8 Str + Blindness for 2d6 rounds | 4d8 Str damage + Blindness for 2d6 days
    Severance of Life | Injury DC 25 | 4d4 Wis + 4d4 Dex | 12d4 Dex + 4d4 Wis
    Death's Rebuttal | Inhaled DC 10+ | Special | Special
    Plague of Six | Contact DC 21 | 1 drain, all | Special[/table]


    Penitent Flame: Penitent Flame causes the subject to Burn with white fire that burns at their very being. If they fail the initial save, the burns take over and whats left is usually a charred corpse of white ash.

    Judgement of Light:
    Judgement of Light causes the effected's blood to turn into holy light and feed off their own evil, overtaking muscular function causing them to weaken, meanwhile the light effects flood their eyes and other muscles. This causes blindness.
    If the victim lives after the Secondary effects run their course, the light has consumed much of their evil and they make a will save DC 25 or become good aligned. (Lawful Evil - Lawful Good, Neutral Evil - Neutral Good, Chaotic Evil - Chaotic Good).
    The next three times the option comes up to perform an evil action they are presented with another will save. After the third, the change is permanent.

    Severance of Life: Severance of Life is a Ravage that causes the evildoer's skin to blacken as black as their heart, their body suffering from Rigimortis even though it (may) still live. Their thought process rots and slows to a crawl or not at all while their body seems to stop working or otherwise being slow to respond. If both the Wis and Dex damage would result with both being zero, they see a vision of what afterlife they would go to but twisted to be one of torment and misery, which may cause them to repent of their life of evil and strive to atone as to not see that fate again. Maybe. This depends on the character's personality or faith in their dark gods.

    Death's Rebuttal: Death's Rebuttal causes harm on the foe based on how many lives the evil creature has ever taken. They take one point of damage for every soul they've sent away to the afterlife. The secondary damage causes all soul's they've ever destroyed to come back into being by tearing away part of the victim's soul in replacement, dealing one point of constitution drain per soul ever devoured or otherwise used up.
    This Ravage relies heavily on DM's filling-out of the character, or a quick judgement decision how they would be effected.
    Typical guideline:
    Universal force of evil: Probably immune, but just in case: probably something like: 100d100
    Evil Overlords: 5d100
    Tyrants: 2d100
    Super-villains: 10d10
    Budding evil overlord: 5d12
    Typical evil henchman: 1d20
    New recruit-grunt: 5d4

    As for the secondary damage, thats totally up to the DM and how the character is. Someone can be completely evil but never destroyed/used up a soul before.

    Plague of Six: The subject of Plague of Six starts off with 1 point of Ability Drain to each ability score. Then, the Secondary effect brings them to suffer from all six of the listed Afflictions, starting with the quickest to take effect and ending with the longest. One at a time.
    Last edited by Cipherthe3vil; 2012-01-29 at 10:50 PM.

  2. - Top - End - #2
    Troll in the Playground
     
    NeoSeraphi's Avatar

    Join Date
    May 2011
    Location
    At the top
    Gender
    Male

    Default Re: (PrC 3.5) Anointed Knight wants a peach...

    Initial Reaction: Sweet picture, and heavily agree that Anointed Knight was an awesome concept that fails mechanically.

    I get that you probably copied and pasted Anoint Self and Anoint Blade from the BoED, but here in GitP it just looks kind of bad. I suggest you go back and clear up the indents so it wraps nicely like a normal paragraph.

    Prerequisites look good. Straightforward, clear entry, very nice.

    Skills: Generally speaking, a character with at least one Strength-based class skill has all three of them. I would go ahead and add Swim to your class's class skills. Also, your skill list is a little light for 6+Int. You have 9 class skills right now, when the bard has 25 (counting Knowledge and Perform only once each, when they're both about 5 different class skills, so closer to the 35-40 range) and the ranger has 19 skills as class skills.

    Hmmm...what to do though? I would make the Craft skill all crafts instead of just Craft (Alchemy), so an anointed blade could continue being a blacksmith or a fletcher if she wanted, as well as adding Handle Animal and Swim (if you have Ride, you can probably Handle Animal as well). Since paladin is the intended entry point, Knowledge (Nobility and Royalty) and Diplomacy would make good class skills as well. These are all just suggestions though.

    Anoint Self: This looks good, although by the end of the class you're still going to have the same five abilities that every other anointed blade has. Not necessarily a bad thing, but more options could potentially improve the class. I might suggest you try and expand on this, offer some different options, not that the ones you have now aren't already pretty good. Some other ideas could include: Gaining DR/Evil, Gaining bonuses to social checks with Good creatures, or perhaps that Protection Aura that angels get.

    Anoint Blade: Okay, the ability to actually attack a spell is pretty damn bad ass. (Reminds me of attacking the darkness ) These abilities are all really cool.

    Enhance Ravage is badly needed and extremely useful.

    The class overall looks like a clear improvement over the original, so good job there. Just expand the skill list and the Anoint Self ability a bit and you'll have a perfect set.
    Sweet sorcerer avatar by Cuthalion

    Quote Originally Posted by LoL Forum
    Quote Originally Posted by DefenderCRU
    Even with six blood thirsters, I still wouldn't be dealing tons of damage...
    Quote Originally Posted by BellatorCQC
    That's because you don't have a Trinity Force.

  3. - Top - End - #3
    Bugbear in the Playground
     
    Cipherthe3vil's Avatar

    Join Date
    Oct 2010
    Location
    ლಠ益
    Gender
    Female

    Default Re: (PrC 3.5) Anointed Knight wants a peach...

    Fix'd Fix'd Fix'd Fix'd Fix'd.

    Added five more levels, More options with Anoint Self/Blade, and added Superior Ravages.

  4. - Top - End - #4
    Barbarian in the Playground
    Join Date
    Aug 2011
    Location
    lost in my own mind

    Default Re: (PrC 3.5) Anointed Knight wants a peach...

    If you've already got 15 levels, why not go all the way and make this a base class? Just state that it gets blessings as your other class (and possibly provide a link to it so people know what the blessings are).

    The things that leaped out as needing fixing to me:

    Holy Radiance. Can you activate this and deactivate it at will? It sounds like it, but it also sounds like you can select how far the light is cast. In that case it needs an action for both how long it takes to activate and deactivate and for how long it takes to change how far the light is cast.

    Evil's End/Slay Evil: These should probably be increases or doublings to your threat range or critical multiplier, instead of making them flat numbers.

  5. - Top - End - #5
    Bugbear in the Playground
     
    Cipherthe3vil's Avatar

    Join Date
    Oct 2010
    Location
    ლಠ益
    Gender
    Female

    Default Re: (PrC 3.5) Anointed Knight wants a peach...

    Quote Originally Posted by Noctis Vigil View Post
    If you've already got 15 levels, why not go all the way and make this a base class? Just state that it gets blessings as your other class (and possibly provide a link to it so people know what the blessings are).

    The things that leaped out as needing fixing to me:

    Holy Radiance. Can you activate this and deactivate it at will? It sounds like it, but it also sounds like you can select how far the light is cast. In that case it needs an action for both how long it takes to activate and deactivate and for how long it takes to change how far the light is cast.

    Evil's End/Slay Evil: These should probably be increases or doublings to your threat range or critical multiplier, instead of making them flat numbers.

    Holy Radiance- Will do.

    end/Slay: Because, doublings and such could turn greasy. For instance, the Exotic Blade can be a Scythe. Double a Scythe would be x8 crit.

  6. - Top - End - #6
    Barbarian in the Playground
    Join Date
    Aug 2011
    Location
    lost in my own mind

    Default Re: (PrC 3.5) Anointed Knight wants a peach...

    OK, I poorly worded my post there. What I meant was, the threat range should get a doubling, and the critical multiplier should just get a flat number added to it, simply because some weapons already have 4x multipliers. Not many, but yes, there are some. It's just one of those YMMV things at the moment: the weaker your current weapon, the better the ability is.

  7. - Top - End - #7
    Bugbear in the Playground
     
    Cipherthe3vil's Avatar

    Join Date
    Oct 2010
    Location
    ლಠ益
    Gender
    Female

    Default Re: (PrC 3.5) Anointed Knight wants a peach...

    Quote Originally Posted by Noctis Vigil View Post
    OK, I poorly worded my post there. What I meant was, the threat range should get a doubling, and the critical multiplier should just get a flat number added to it, simply because some weapons already have 4x multipliers. Not many, but yes, there are some. It's just one of those YMMV things at the moment: the weaker your current weapon, the better the ability is.
    Its not just any weapon however. Its the Exotic Blade.

    The Exotic Blades all start out the same but with the option to swap it for a Scythe, Hammer, or Lance.
    So your not taking a little Shuriken or Dagger and turning it into the Ultimate Dagger of Slaying.

    But alright. I see what you mean and I will add that.

  8. - Top - End - #8
    Barbarian in the Playground
     
    RedKnightGirl

    Join Date
    Jul 2011
    Location
    Moselle, France
    Gender
    Male

    Default Re: (PrC 3.5) Anointed Knight wants a peach...

    The thing is, the "base" PrC is available to a 6th level fighter (if we consider all skills are available to anyone without looking at spellcasting or things like that), and it is no more the case. I will recommend asking only for feats as prerequisites, and later say the anointed knights levels stacks with knight's level for purpose of "...".

  9. - Top - End - #9
    Bugbear in the Playground
     
    Cipherthe3vil's Avatar

    Join Date
    Oct 2010
    Location
    ლಠ益
    Gender
    Female

    Default Re: (PrC 3.5) Anointed Knight wants a peach...

    Quote Originally Posted by silphael View Post
    The thing is, the "base" PrC is available to a 6th level fighter (if we consider all skills are available to anyone without looking at spellcasting or things like that), and it is no more the case. I will recommend asking only for feats as prerequisites, and later say the anointed knights levels stacks with knight's level for purpose of "...".
    A heathen fighter would hardly qualify for the rite to handle sacred oils let alone host a blessing ritual that permanently infuses them or the blade with holy powers against evil.

    My requirements limit it down into Paladin's and my Knight Eternal, Paladinesque classes. As intended.

  10. - Top - End - #10
    Barbarian in the Playground
     
    RedKnightGirl

    Join Date
    Jul 2011
    Location
    Moselle, France
    Gender
    Male

    Default Re: (PrC 3.5) Anointed Knight wants a peach...

    Okay.

    I forgot to say I love your PrC ^^

    But I still have some questions:

    When you say that you may rebless a superior ravage if correctly stored, you mean that you only have to remake the 12 hour ritual, without spending again the gold?

    May I enhance a superior ravage?

    Can you make an epic progression? (with maybe something like superior afflictions?)

  11. - Top - End - #11
    Barbarian in the Playground
    Join Date
    Aug 2011
    Location
    lost in my own mind

    Default Re: (PrC 3.5) Anointed Knight wants a peach...

    OK, just went over the Superior ravages, and a few glaring things leaped out at me.

    1.) Do Enhance Ravage and Superior Ravage stack? I don't see why not they wouldn't, but it probably wouldn't hurt to specify.

    2.) Judgement of Light: the victim will always survive, since the only stat that kills you when it hits 0 is Constitution. 0 Strength just means your character is totally incapable of moving.

  12. - Top - End - #12
    Bugbear in the Playground
     
    Cipherthe3vil's Avatar

    Join Date
    Oct 2010
    Location
    ლಠ益
    Gender
    Female

    Default Re: (PrC 3.5) Anointed Knight wants a peach...

    Quote Originally Posted by silphael View Post
    Okay.

    I forgot to say I love your PrC ^^

    But I still have some questions:

    When you say that you may rebless a superior ravage if correctly stored, you mean that you only have to remake the 12 hour ritual, without spending again the gold?

    May I enhance a superior ravage?

    Can you make an epic progression? (with maybe something like superior afflictions?)

    Enhance Ravage functions on superior ravages.

    I might.

    Quote Originally Posted by Noctis Vigil View Post
    OK, just went over the Superior ravages, and a few glaring things leaped out at me.

    1.) Do Enhance Ravage and Superior Ravage stack? I don't see why not they wouldn't, but it probably wouldn't hurt to specify.

    2.) Judgement of Light: the victim will always survive, since the only stat that kills you when it hits 0 is Constitution. 0 Strength just means your character is totally incapable of moving.
    2) yes I know, I was just stating should they be living and not have been slain while they were crippled then they take those extra effects.

  13. - Top - End - #13
    Barbarian in the Playground
     
    RedKnightGirl

    Join Date
    Jul 2011
    Location
    Moselle, France
    Gender
    Male

    Default Re: (PrC 3.5) Anointed Knight wants a peach...

    I just thought about something now... Maybe reduce the MADness of the class? I mean, your knight eternal won't have a high charisma, but rather a high int. Maybe adding to all annoint that you use your "casting" ability, and to the "craft ravage" that you may add your charisma instead of your int?

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •