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4/25/2017 12:30 pm  #1


Crimson Blades II rules question thread

When it comes to banishing demons that are not ones you summoned, can you banish those that are have been bound by another sorcerer or just ones that have been summoned and not bound?

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4/25/2017 1:31 pm  #2


Re: Crimson Blades II rules question thread

When it mentions that a demon is equal to the sorcerer who summoned it, what happens to a bound demon if the sorcerer gains a level? Does the demon stay the same level it was at which it was bound or does it gain level as the sorcerer gains level?

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4/26/2017 10:14 am  #3


Re: Crimson Blades II rules question thread

hoplitenomad wrote:

When it comes to banishing demons that are not ones you summoned, can you banish those that are have been bound by another sorcerer or just ones that have been summoned and not bound?

Thanks

​Yes you can but I guess the original Sorcerer will be mightily pissed at you...

Last edited by Simon W (4/26/2017 10:16 am)

 

4/26/2017 10:15 am  #4


Re: Crimson Blades II rules question thread

hoplitenomad wrote:

When it mentions that a demon is equal to the sorcerer who summoned it, what happens to a bound demon if the sorcerer gains a level? Does the demon stay the same level it was at which it was bound or does it gain level as the sorcerer gains level?

Thanks

Good question. I guess the answer is up to the GM. I'd say it stays the same level but that's just me...

 

Yesterday 12:40 pm  #5


Re: Crimson Blades II rules question thread

Hey Simon

I'm presently running a Crimson Blades d20 game for my group (set in Thieves' World city of Sanctuary). I was perusing the spells and noticed this in the Feeblemind description...

"If however, the target succeeds with his saving throw, he is considered to be under the effect of a Haste spell for as many rounds as the caster has levels."

The thing is there is no Haste spell in the book. So, I was wondering if you might post your thoughts on Haste (there are so many versions over the years) or should I just ignore that part of the Feeblemind description?


Wealth can be wonderful, but you know, success can test one's mettle as surely as the strongest adversary.
 

Yesterday 4:09 pm  #6


Re: Crimson Blades II rules question thread

The GIT! wrote:

Hey Simon

I'm presently running a Crimson Blades d20 game for my group (set in Thieves' World city of Sanctuary). I was perusing the spells and noticed this in the Feeblemind description...

"If however, the target succeeds with his saving throw, he is considered to be under the effect of a Haste spell for as many rounds as the caster has levels."

The thing is there is no Haste spell in the book. So, I was wondering if you might post your thoughts on Haste (there are so many versions over the years) or should I just ignore that part of the Feeblemind description?

​Oops, sorry about that. I'd probably just ignore it. I'll have to get and update the pdf on RPGNow!
 

 

Yesterday 5:03 pm  #7


Re: Crimson Blades II rules question thread

Simon W wrote:

The GIT! wrote:

Hey Simon

I'm presently running a Crimson Blades d20 game for my group (set in Thieves' World city of Sanctuary). I was perusing the spells and noticed this in the Feeblemind description...

"If however, the target succeeds with his saving throw, he is considered to be under the effect of a Haste spell for as many rounds as the caster has levels."

The thing is there is no Haste spell in the book. So, I was wondering if you might post your thoughts on Haste (there are so many versions over the years) or should I just ignore that part of the Feeblemind description?

​Oops, sorry about that. I'd probably just ignore it. I'll have to get and update the pdf on RPGNow!
 

Don't forget to update the hardcover at Lulu as well (yeah, I got a copy).
 


Wealth can be wonderful, but you know, success can test one's mettle as surely as the strongest adversary.
 

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