Talk:Myconid (4e Race)
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I noticed that the 3.5 classes section has a place to put the author name, but the 4E races section does not. Is there an appropriate way to put our name on our work? Squash Monster 13:14, 6 August 2008 (MDT)
In my opinion, it seems that the power would test the targets phisical ability to resist the spores, and therefore be vs. fort. what do you think? --Tug 16:09, 15 August 2008 (MDT)
That's actually a pretty good idea. Fort is higher on average too, so it might help against the fear that the power is overpowered. Squash Monster 12:12, 19 August 2008 (MDT)
- In AD&D, myconids have different kinds of spores: distress, rapport, reproducer, pacifier, hallucinator and animator spores. The repoducer and distress spores, I don't think, have any immediately useful game mechanics for an adventuring myconid. Rapport we already have as the "telepathy spores", and the pacifier is what we have as "stun spores".
- The hallucinator could be a racial utility power that triggers on a hit with the pacifier spores. The animator spores are a little more complex, animating a dead humanoid or beast (although not as undead). This can also be a utility power, and should work in the same way as wizard summonings. Marasmusine (talk) 02:30, 29 December 2012 (MST)