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    Metamagic rod persistent hiccups

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    According to how I understand the feat, that is incorrect. We had a debate about this a while ago. With highly available divine power scrolls and clickies, as well as Tensor's which is inferiorthere is nothing stopping any class combo or pure caster from becoming a melee if they find it necessary or desirable. We'll assume has has the same metamagic feats. Would it be horribly broken? It sounds more like a challenge, 2 feats and a lot of AP for 4d6? Current code.

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  • Metamagic Rod, Persistent.

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    Aura strong (no school); CL 17th Feats Craft Rod, Persistent Spell; Cost 4, gp (lesser), 16, gp (normal), 36, gp (greater). Does any one know what the cost of Persistent rods are?

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    And if possible, the prices for each lvl, class. (I don't know the word for it).

    How much would the lesser, normal and greater version of these rods cost?.
    What do you gain and what do you give up? Like Resist Energy goes to 30 at level 11, you could get that with only 7 levels. Here's a question from a different perspective Make the Captstones meaningful. But when I started this post a long time ago, I wanted to know what was so good that if we were not allowed to have PSC and I feel now it is a misunderstanding of what the feat is and how it works.

    Everybody should know what the effects really are, before they pass judgment.

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    But are any of these things better then a full wizard?

    Fixed the spells for you.

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    Furthermore, if everyone is as confused as they seem to be here, if it is implemented those people, unable to read what it does and unable to understand posts explaining what it does, will have to wait until a DEV shows up at their house, builds their character with and without the feat, then explains really slowly while showing exactly how it works. I follow a res scroll with a heal scroll. This is where a lot of the confusion regarding this feat comes from. Was it meant to be?

    Just wondering if there's any hiccups, or what feats to look at.

    Pearl of powersRod of Persistent Metamagic (Lesser), Staff of Journeys. But can't this class combo use a 5lvl shield wand?. While this metamagic feat is active, your spells are treated as being cast as a The loss in spell points is barely a hiccup given the number of items we have that grant Hell, I'd like Precocious Apprentice, Persistent Spell, Divine Metamagic, Devoted.

    While there are a few minor components that can be construed to be hiccups, none .

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    A legendary magus may spontaneously apply metamagic feats to spells cast, Metakinesis Maximize is gone and Metakinesis Persistent is in it's place (yay. The rod of spell-focusing may be attuned to schools or the 4 core energy .
    Then again some random dev at Turbine thought otherwise so I doubt we will see it ever.

    I would assume it's wasn't linked yet when he asked.

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    I'm in favor of that and agree that there are choices to be made about this option but getting to make those choices and finding places to swap out some other feat is an opurtunity I would like to have. The feat will increase a multi-classed caster's caster level by up to 4, not to exceed their character level. With highly available divine power scrolls and clickies, as well as Tensor's which is inferiorthere is nothing stopping any class combo or pure caster from becoming a melee if they find it necessary or desirable.

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    Practiced spellcaster won't help you gain higher level spells for heighten either. You still have the limited spell selection and mana pool.

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    Metamagic rod persistent hiccups
    For anyone unfamiliar with the concept, I'll state the obvious.

    In your example the wizard caster level would be 16 and the second feat would be a wasted feat. It would, however, make high level casters with a dip slightly better though less powerful than their pure counterpartsand characters that dipped a casting class will be less gimped. I have seen a lot of good ways to use this feat and how it might be used in game but no overpowering example yet. Selfhealing if a WF unchanged. It causes a no-save blindness which makes it one of the most powerful cleric spells out.


    5 Replies to “Metamagic rod persistent hiccups”

    1. Dasar

      All of those multiclass builds actually could use a boost in my opinion, but I'll also point out that every one of those builds except possibly the Wizard splashes are also fairly limited in the number of feats that they have available. So i will ask you, can you give me a to good example?

    2. Ararg

      I guess the 16th level caster would still need to pick up at least one of the spell pen feats in addition to PSC to be effective at endgame Hybrids are really just melee, like rangers or paladins, that can do spell DPS or buffs, but they are not really capable of effective crowd control or instakilling.

    3. Vudotilar

      Your enhancement would be usefull for a Fullcaster, Practised spellcaster is only usefull for multiclassed ones.

    4. Yozshura

      So, since you're going to say that "the multiclass provided the gain, not the feat", I just want to know why you want the feat?

    5. Yogore

      So what damaging spells does this build use? The tricky part is writing code to properly cap the benefits of the feat.