Page 48 - Someone Call an Architect

7th Jun 2017, 8:00 AM in XANA Awakens
Page 48 - Someone Call an Architect
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MagicMixture 7th Jun 2017, 8:00 AM edit delete
MagicMixture
You'd think that whoever made these towers would prevent this sort of thing from happening and just make it so you can only go in from one spot.

Now the druid feat was my bad. Apparently, druids get animal companions automatically, and rangers get one as a feat. Since this is the case, Odd's one feat has been changed from "animal companion" to "nature sense." Not that it helps him much here.

Life Points
Odd: 10 HP
Ulrich: 20 HP

Transcript

Taylor: Since Jeremie is away from the interface, you guys are on your own.
Eric: So. . . what now?
Andy: We look for anything that looks like a tower.
Taylor: Well, well, well. You spot a tower in the distance.
Andy: Just one? Seems too easy.
Eric: Could there be more towers hidden among the trees?
Taylor: The tower glows blue, easily distinguishing it. You don’t see any other blue glows.
Eric: I guess we go there then.
Taylor: You two don’t immediately see a door or window to get inside.
Eric: Are we supposed to knock?
Andy: Nah. I got this with my keen instincts.
<ROLL>
Taylor: 7? Your keen instincts got you in alright.
Andy: I don’t like where this is going.
Taylor: Roll a climb check, please.
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Rastaba 7th Jun 2017, 9:12 AM edit delete reply
Rastaba
Hehehe. Least Odd will likely land on his feat...that was a pun, and I know no shame in it!
MagicMixture 7th Jun 2017, 10:01 AM edit delete reply
MagicMixture
I just got it. Oh yes! More puns! Can't get enough of them.
ChaosStar0 7th Jun 2017, 7:25 PM edit delete reply
Again Druids get that for free at first level.

Druids get for free(note: this is from the D&D 3.5 Player's Handbook):
1st Level: Animal Companion, Nature Sense, and Wild Empathy
2nd Level: Woodland Stride
3rd Level: Trackless Step
4th Level: Resist Nature's Lure
5th Level: Wild Shape(1/Day)(aka one of the best parts of a Druid)
6th Level: Wild Shape(2/Day)
7th Level: Wild Shape(3/day)
8th Level: Wild Shape(Large)
9th Level: Venom Immunity
10th Level: Wild Shape(4/day)
11th Level: Wild Shape(Tiny)
12th Level: Wild Shape(Plant)
13th Level: A Thousand Faces
14th Level: Wild Shape(5/Day)
15th Level: Timeless Body, Wild Shape(Huge)
16th Level: Wild Shape(elemental 1/day)
18th Level: Wild Shape(6/day, elemental 2/day)
20th Level: Wild Shape(elemental 3/day, Huge elemental)

This in addition to the Druid's spells make the Druid one of the best classes to stay in until Level 20.
MagicMixture 7th Jun 2017, 7:54 PM edit delete reply
MagicMixture
...*FACEDESK*

Those are also on the wiki, but it doesn't say they're free. Just "Special" which I guess means free for that class.

Thank you for telling me this and forgive me stupidity.
ChaosStar0 7th Jun 2017, 8:32 PM edit delete reply
Don't worry about it. Technically anyone can get any feat as long as they fill the prereqs. Just checked the d20 version of Gunslinger and apparantly Advanced classes seem to be the same thing as prestige classes.

Checking the requirements, Odd would have to wait until he reached Level 10 to become a Gunslinger. Level 3 he reaches a high enough Base Attack Bonus(+2), Level 9 until his max skill ranks in Sleight of Hand and Tumble can be 6 and then another level so he can take the class. Bard on the other hand would get him entry at Level 4. Odd can even have an animal companion as a Bard due to the Nature Bard Alternate Class Feature. Here is the relevant info about the Nature Bard ACF:

Nature Bard (UA, p 58): gain animal companion, nature sense, resist nature's lure, and wild empathy as a druid. Lose bardic knowledge, inspire courage, inspire competence, inspire greatness, and inspire heroics.

Granted this is still your comic, so the rules are what you decide. I'm just offering a way that doesn't break RAW(Read As Written) and RAI(Read As Intended) like how Bane broke Batman(aka snapped in half over his knee).
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