SRD Talk:Call Lightning
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lesser clarification please. 30ft long means 30ft high or that are affected is 5x30ft line on ground?
Does the damage for lightning strike anyone else as being rather low? Considering, for instance, that a tree has 150-600 hit points, and lightning is not exactly unknown to destroy trees. Perhaps lightning should do different damage to objects. Please share your opinions. Sir Dinadan, 9:13, March 29th, 2013
- Trees explode when the lightning superheats the sap into steam, so the DM could introduce a multiplier for particularly sappy trees like oaks and pines. Lightning more often causes no damage or just leaves a scar on a tree. It should probably just be left to dramatic license. Marasmusine (talk) 01:26, 30 March 2013 (MDT)