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Remarks DemonsDontDream’s comment It’s great to see a nod to Brandon Sanderson’s Mistborn Trilogy. For those who are interested, it refers to the ability of certain characters in the books to ‘Push’ (with kinetic force) on metal, often coins, to move themselves over barriers or along travel routes. The Survivor of Hathsin was one of the main characters who possessed this strength.
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I just saw this on Brandon’s blog and think it’s a fantastic shout out from WoW to him. Can’t wait to see it in action (on the blog, they weren’t sure if it would be released in 2014).
So it seems that I’ve been consuming steel the whole time.
Given that I play a tank warrior, this isn’t all that shocking.
More importantly, it appears that the bag does not have a GCD. I’m not sure if I’ll be able to use it during Bladestorm… Despite the fact that I doubt it will be useful in war. E: Yeah, that’s awesome, it’s Rogue! Just a short time after I asked the above question.
Anonymous posed the following question: Coin Shot is probably my favorite spell because it’s so thematicCoin Shot’s page for those who are interested. I just wish the spell influenced more coins as you progressed in levels, but I understand why it works the way it does. Getting a bag of copper coins and hurling them would be more cost effective than buying ammunition for something else. It’s a spell with understandable limitations, but they’re frustrating because they make the spell less successful than other options :c
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I’d like some help fleshing out a gestalt character based on the spell “Coin Shot.” The main goal is to deal persistent and consistent damage, primarily by the use of thrown weapons, the spell Coin Shot, and, if necessary, traditional casting. This character isn’t for some game I’m running or participating in; it’s just an idea that’s been bouncing around in my mind since I first saw the spell. Here’s the spell for those of you who aren’t already acquainted with it. http://www.d20pfsrd.com/magic/all-spells/c/coin-shot/coin-shot.html So far, I’ve decided that the character should be a Card Casting Magus, mostly for the ability to cast touch spells with thrown weapons. Aside from that, I’m in a state of information overload. I can’t seem to see the forest for the trees because there seem to be too many ways to make a character work. There is no such thing as a bad idea! There are 39 comments. 96 percent sharesavehidereport Voted up This discussion has been closed. There are no new comments or votes that can be made. Sort by the strongest.
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When creating an Eldritch Archer, I was thinking about how the spell Coin Shot was published in the same book as this archetype. And it made me think that this must have been made specifically for use with Eldritch Archer (besides all the other classes that get it, and it also being just a really cool flavour spell). But I think I need some clarity on the spell before things get out of control and a GM takes my character sheet away because he’s sick of my flagrant misappropriation of public slang. Your thoughts on the matter, or even more questions about this wonderful and costly (if you’re using gold and platinum, that is) and somewhat complicated spell, would be greatly appreciated. Edit: In point two, I changed some ambiguous wording. Instead of ‘as part of the cast,’ I meant ‘after the cast.’ Though I mention it in point three, it is something that has an impact on the subsequent attack rules for ranged spellstrike, and knowing them is crucial. 35 responses 92 percent upvoted by sharesavehidereport This discussion has been closed. There are no new comments or votes that can be made. Sort by the strongest.