Ah, and if he targets people other than me, he gets a -3 for these attacks, so -3 for Wyndiam and Birel and I can do an immediate reaction or interrupt.
Leaving work though so will do it later today... might change the landscape a bit
I'll use an immediate reaction, Warden's grasp, and slide the target 1 square back to where it was before it moved... target is slowed and cannot shift until the end of its turn, so it's still beside me and Birel so it changes what Birel does I assume... sorry for the backtrack guys but that's what happens with these annoying wardens
Ok, went to re-read my things and Gallo, you are right... so whatever happened the first time still applies... and it's the same thing for my immediate actions as well, so the spider is still where it was on the DM's map...
My bad, sorry for the confusion and thanks Gallo for pointing it out
I'll wait to see if the spider is still alive to play my turn, if needed.
How does ritual works (I really need to get my hand on a player handbook!!!)
I didn't write it the IC, but you know that Wyndiam is neutral toward pretty much any races, but he doesn't like to kill helpless person if they haven't try to attack him (or you)... yet. But he is not naive and will use ruse to get to fills his need.
Are complex ceremonies that create
magic effects. You don’t memorize or prepare a ritual;
a ritual is so long and complex that no one could
ever commit the whole thing to memory. To perform
a ritual, you need to read from a book or a scroll
A ritual book contains one or more rituals that you
can use as often and as many times as you like, as
long as you can spare the time and the components to
perform the ritual.
A ritual scroll contains a single ritual, and you can
perform the ritual from that scroll only once. After
that, the magic contained in the scroll is expended,
and the scroll turns to dust. Anyone can use a ritual
scroll to perform the ritual it contains, as long as the
appropriate components are expended.
This chapter explains the following:
• Acquiring and Mastering a Ritual: All about
ritual books and scrolls, how you acquire them, and
how you master a ritual.
• Performing a Ritual: How to perform a ritual,
whether from a ritual book or scroll.
• How to Read a Ritual: The specifics on how to
understand a ritual’s description and effects.
• Ritual Descriptions: Descriptions of a wide
variety of rituals, from binding rituals to warding
To cast a ritual, you need to have its component (there is 5 kind of components )
This is the value of the components that must be
expended to perform a ritual. A ritual’s key skill determines
the kind of components required.
• Alchemical Reagents (Arcana): Typically these
are small vials full of powdered metals, rare earths,
acids, salts, or extracts from creatures such as
dragons or basilisks.
• Mystic Salves (Heal): Restoration rituals use
mystic salves, dabbed or painted on the creatures
to be healed. These salves come in small jars and
include blessed oils and unguents made from rare
• Rare Herbs (Nature): Rare herbs are usually collected
and preserved during certain times of year,
such as when the moon is full.
• Sanctified Incense (Religion): Sanctified incense
is prepared during certain religious rites and is
burned as a powder or a stick.
• Residuum (Any): The concentrated magical
substance that results from performing the Disenchant
Magic Item ritual, residuum can be used as a
component for any ritual. You can’t usually buy it on
the open market; you acquire it by draining it out of
I asume you have and wanted to use comprehend languages :
As you finish the ritual, the guttural language of the creatures
before you clarifies into something you understand.
Time: 10 minutes (It is the time needed to cast it)
Duration: 24 hours (It is the time it last)
Component Cost: 10 gp (This is the component value you need to use) Market Price: 50 gp (This is the price to buy the spell in the first place - add it to your book)
Key Skill: Arcana (This is the key still and give you the type of componennt needed)When beginning the ritual, choose a language you have
heard or a piece of writing you have seen within the past
Using this ritual on a language you have heard allows
you to understand it when spoken for the next 24 hours
and, if your Arcana check result is 35 or higher, to speak
the language fluently for the duration.
Using this ritual on a language you have seen as a piece
of writing allows you to read the language for the next 24
hours and, if your Arcana check result is 35 or higher, to
write the language in its native script or in any other script
you know for the duration.
Using this ritual on a language you have both heard and
seen as a piece of writing within the past 24 hours allows
you to understand it in both forms for the next 24 hours,
and an Arcana check result of 35 or higher allows you to
speak and write the language.