Fighter, Barbarian, Champion, Ranger Trigger A creature within your reach makes a melee attack targeting you.
You slash at your foes blade to knock it aside. Make a melee Strike against the triggering creature. If your attack is equal to a higher value to the triggering attack, you knock the blow aside and the attack does not hit you. This Strike doesn’t count toward your multiple attack penalty, and your multiple attack penalty doesn’t apply to this Strike.
I thought a bunch about this, and I think I have a new fun way to block!
When you are the subject of a melee attack, as a reaction you may make a melee attack. If your attack value equals or exceeds the attacker’s, the original attack misses you. Otherwise the original attack occurs as normal. A critical on your attack blocks the attack as well regardless of your total attack.
There are no items to boost your spell attack rolls in Pathfinder 2e. I have a caster who wants them. LET’S MAKE THEM!
Spell Force Foci are crafted by gifted casters in each tradition, and their appearance and abilities are tied to that tradition. Arcane foci are built into tomes. Divine foci are built into prayer beads. Occult foci are made from fetishes. Primal foci are built from wood carvings. And, elemental foci are clay bottles with elements inside of them. These foci increase the potency of your spell attack rolls. These items are held in one hand when you cast a spell and does not imped somatic components of a spell but are integrated into them.
Spell Force Foci (+1) Item 2
Price 35 gp
Usage held in 1 hand
The item bonus to spell attack rolls is +1.
Spell Force Foci (+2) Item 10
Price 935 gp
Usage held in 1 hand The item bonus to spell attack rolls is +2.
Weapon Potency (+3) Item 16
Price 8,935 gp
Usage held in 1 hand The item bonus to spell attack rolls is +3.
This small copper bangle escribed with eldritch runes easily slides onto your wrist. Any character who can cast spells can channel power into this item. When you are the target of a single target ranged or melee attack, as a reaction, you can roll a magic ranged or attack roll, your choice. If your attack meet or exceeds the original attackers attack roll, you deflect the attack and prevent it form hitting you.
TL; DR-Another solid piece of the Abomination Vaults puzzle 100%
Basics– How deep is the place? Hands of the Devil dives deeper into the lighthouse from Ruins of Gauntlight. Players meet new people, monsters, and horrors beyond time as they delve deeper into the lighthouse’s history and people. Are your players willing to sell someone else to the devils?
Mechanics or Crunch– This is a dungeon crawler. You kill monsters and find loot. Monsters are fun and new but balanced at the same time. Solid work from Paizo. There are also new items and character options, so this book might not be for everyone, but it does try to have materials that everyone can enjoy. 5/5
Theme or Fluff– The first book of the adventure path was very much find stuff, kill stuff, and that was fun. This one has multiple factions and people all trying to one up each other. It’s a welcome change of pace. Your characters can still kill everyone and take their stuff, but there is MUCH more here than the first few levels for story and interaction. This book also has players do a lot more in town, further strengthening the roleplaying aspect. It’s a welcome change of pace. 5/5
Execution– Solid art, layout, text, story, hyperlinks, maps, and flow all make this a BREEZE to read. Paizo knows good books and their adventure paths are where they really shine. 5/5
Summary– There isn’t much more to say than this is well done. Solid fun fights, good story, and excellent execution all typify this one. I like what’s here as the players can now decide if they want to talk to the monsters instead of just kill them. They CAN just kill them, but it is still fun to see if the monsters now want to eat them or have my players just want to kill them. This is a solid intro dungeon crawl for Pathfinder, and one I’m glad I’m running with my group. 100 %
These thick, burnt plastic gloves are worn by those who often are covered in burns themselves. When you throw a consumable item that does damage, increase the damage dealt by 1/2 your level, rounded down.