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Endarire

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An Incantatrix and a Psion
« on: May 11, 2010, 09:06:47 AM »
An Incantatrix (Player's Guide to Faerun 63) has Persistent Spell and gets the awesome Cooperative Metamagic (Su) and Metamagic Effect (Su) abilities.  He has a Psion friend with Metamorphic Transfer and metamorphosis.

Can the Incantatrix apply Persistent Spell via Cooperative Metamagic to metamorphosis?  What about Metamagic Effect?

The Psion has turned into a Choker for its Quickness (Su).  Could the Incantatrix use Metamagic Effect to persist Quickness even if the Psion is no longer in Choker form?
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Re: An Incantatrix and a Psion
« Reply #1 on: May 11, 2010, 12:19:03 PM »
What rulebooks are Cooperative Metamagic (Su) and Metamagic Effect (Su) abilities in?

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Re: An Incantatrix and a Psion
« Reply #2 on: May 11, 2010, 12:28:03 PM »
An Incantatrix (Player's Guide to Faerun 63) has Persistent Spell and gets the awesome Cooperative Metamagic (Su) and Metamagic Effect (Su) abilities.  He has a Psion friend with Metamorphic Transfer and metamorphosis.

Can the Incantatrix apply Persistent Spell via Cooperative Metamagic to metamorphosis?  What about Metamagic Effect?

The Psion has turned into a Choker for its Quickness (Su).  Could the Incantatrix use Metamagic Effect to persist Quickness even if the Psion is no longer in Choker form?
No .... Metamagic Effect does not apply to a Temporary Racial Feature that one would get as a result from using Metamorphosis to gain a different form .... BUT, Metamagic Effect could allow the Incantatrix to apply Persistent Spell to the Metamorphosis power and make it last all day, since Psionics are considered to be a Magical effect(the source of the effect is different)

What rulebooks are Cooperative Metamagic (Su) and Metamagic Effect (Su) abilities in?

they are Class abilities that the Incantatrix has ....

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Re: An Incantatrix and a Psion
« Reply #3 on: May 11, 2010, 11:38:37 PM »
What about Cooperative Metamagic?
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Speaking of which:
Don't even need TO for this.  Any decent Hood build, especially one with Celerity, one-rounds [Azathoth, the most powerful greater deity from d20 Cthulu].
Does it bug anyone else that we've reached the point where characters who can obliterate a greater deity in one round are considered "decent?"

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Re: An Incantatrix and a Psion
« Reply #4 on: May 13, 2010, 03:02:37 AM »
Well even though i only have about 24 hours worth of knowledge on the subject I'd have to agree with carnivore.  It wouldn't affect the quickness ability by itself.  Also cooperative magic wouldn't work for the same reason.  Is there something specific that makes you think this would work?  Just trying to see where you are coming from.

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Re: An Incantatrix and a Psion
« Reply #5 on: May 13, 2010, 03:25:34 AM »
Would Cooperative Metamagic apply to psionic powers in general?
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Speaking of which:
Don't even need TO for this.  Any decent Hood build, especially one with Celerity, one-rounds [Azathoth, the most powerful greater deity from d20 Cthulu].
Does it bug anyone else that we've reached the point where characters who can obliterate a greater deity in one round are considered "decent?"