Resolve points and hit points need more interaction. I also love how medicine is used in Pathfinder 2nd Ed. Let’s work on that!
You keep your friends alive when it counts.
Prerequisites: Life Science 1 rank, Medicine 1 rank
Benefit: You can use the Medicine skill in conjunction with a medical kit or similar as an action. When you do, make a Medicine check DC 13 and the target must spend a resolve point. If you succeed, you heal the target 1d8 hit points. The resolve point is spent regardless. You may choose to increase the DC by 3 to increase the amount healed by 1d8. You may choose to increase the DC multiple times.
Made this for Starfinder, but I think it fits in Eberron as well.
You are just that good. You can spend a hero point to make two checks instead of one as an action when you use a skill with which you are proficient. If you succeed at one check and fail at the other, you are considered to have succeeded. If you succeed both times, you can count it as two successes or one success with a value equal to three higher than the best check.
Sometimes you are just that damn good. Running an adventure where the players are doing checks in phases and I think that some of them would like this one.
You are just that damn good.
Prerequisites: Computers, Engineering, Life Science, Mysticism, Physical Science, or appropriate Profession 5 ranks.
Benefit: Choose one skill. You can spend a resolve point to make two checks instead of one as an action when you use that skill. If you succeed at one check and fail at the other, you are considered to have succeeded. If you succeed both times, you can count it as two successes or one success with a value equal to five higher than the best check.
Special: You can take Elite multiple times. Each time you do, it applies to a different skill that meets the prerequisite number of ranks.
somatic, verbal Range touch; Targets 1 living creature Saving Throw Fortitude; Duration varies
You manipulate the small pieces of the creature that regulate it bones either making more or destroying the bones in a creature. When the creature is touched, the caster decides on a limb to grow a new bone in or a bond to destroy. The living creature must attempt a Fortitude save. Critical Success The living creature is unaffected. Success The living creature is unaffected or the level of clumsy is reduced by 1. Failure The creature becomes clumsy 1 or increases its value of clumsy by 1 and must make a save at the start of it’s next turn. Critical Failure The living creature becomes clumsy 2 or increases is value of clumsy by 2 and must make a save at the start of it’s next turn.
If a creature would become clumsy 4, the the spell is complete and the bone in the limb is destroyed or new bone grown. The creature completely loses use of that limb until the bone is destroyed or grown back. If an arm is lost, spell with somatic components can not be cast and weapons needing the arm can not be used. If the leg is lost, the creatures walking speed becomes zero if it has two legs or its loses a proportion of its speed if it has more than two legs.
Heightened (+1) The number of targets increases by 1.
You touch a creature on a limb. If the creature fails a Constitution save, the body limb begins to either harden as extra bones begin to grow or bones begin to degrade. The creatures takes a -1 penalty to all actions, checks, and saves. At the start of the creatures turns, it must make another save. If it succeeds, the penalty is reduced by 1. If it fails, the penalty increases by 1. If the penalty would ever be equal to the creatures proficiency bonus, the bone growth or destruction is complete and the limb becomes useless.
A remove curse, regenerate, heal, restoration, dispel good and evil, or wish spell ends this effect.
At Higher Levels: If you cast this spell using a spell slot of 5th level or higher, increase the number of targets by 1 for each spell level above 4.
Basics– Strange lights in the mist! The old lighthouse calls! The local crazy calls forth a group of adventurers to see what horrors her harrow cards have foretold! A dungeon crawl for characters level one to four.
Mechanics or Crunch– This is a straight up dungeon crawl. There is a dungeon lighthouse in a marsh. You are told to check it out. Overall, its slick quick rooms with lots of fights. There are some things I think are a bit rough like some things are listed with different names, so that made the experience a bit harder to dig through as a GM. However, the players have solid fights with fun things to discover. 4.5/5
Theme or Fluff– This is a dungeon crawl. There is a town and it gets a full write-up in both the player guide and the first adventure, but honestly, it’s background. The adventure literally just starts you at the foot of the dungeon. I would like a bit more lead up for my players. Otherwise, this megadungeon ends up like the random generated dungeons where I just mindlessly kill orks on my phone. The dungeon is nice and atmospheric, so the story beyond the start is built on show don’t tell. 4.5/5
Execution– PDF? YEP! Hyperlinked? Kind of. The writing is good, the layout is nice, and the flow is quick. The book has bookmarks in the PDF, but it doesn’t have clickable links in the parts. That would help as this is over 60 pages and hopping around is a pain. What I absolutely LOVE is the maps. There is a separate map file given with the PDF. That map lets you add and remove things like secret doors and the grid. That makes life SO much easier to run and align online or digitally. Paizo knows how to make a solid book. 4.75/5
Summary– Been looking forward to this one for a bit. Some hack and slash is fun, and having some Pathfinder hack and slash is a blast. Now, the one thing I think I would like different is a bit more story to the carnage. Some lead in as my players need to know why they are killing things. The crunch is good, but a few things are just slightly off enough to annoy the GM. Players won’t notice. The book itself is solid and something I loved to read. This adventure is a solid start to a good old fashioned kick in the door and kill the bad guy campaign. 92%
Player wants to keep some spell running. I like Repeate a spell, but I think it needs some beefing up.
Constant Casting Feat 1
Exploration General Move Concentrate You’ve mastered the art of magic on the move. When you use the exploration activity repeat a spell, you move at full speed and are not fatigued by casting the spell every turn. You must rest for 10 minutes of out of every hour. You can instead sustain a spell up to its full duration as you move at full speed instead.