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- Sun Jun 11, 2017 10:25 am
- Forum: For Players
- Topic: Multiple Magic Disciplines
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I know humans can (Versatility), but can non-humans learn other magical disciplines? For example, can an elf Nethermancer also learn the Illusionist discipline?
A player has a warrior character and the warrior uses a particular two-handed sword all the time . They are really attached to that sword. I might have missed it but, are there rules for when that warrior's sword transforms from mundane to magical? I don't mean deliberate enchanting or crafting, but...
Page 240 : Unless specifically noted, any Wound caused by the use of any form of blood magic is considered to be a Blood Wound, and can be healed after a year and a day . Page 240 : Use of a healing potion (or similar healing aids) to heal a Blood Wound may only be attempted after all other normal ...
Yesterday I was in my FLGS and had ED4 Players' Guide in my hands. It was £27 or somewhere around that figure. I almost bought it, but in the end I put it back on the shelf. Reason being, the errata. All games have it, I know, but far as I know, the hardcopy hasn't been updated with it, the pdf hasn...
Not that I can recall at this point? I remember at one point going through the list of talents each Discipline had available, and what Attributes they were based on. That might have played a role. If they converse with otherworldly entities I assumed they would have. That's 'if' they actually conve...