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Re: What D&D 3.5 power is this? 8 years 9 months ago #13

Wind Wall?
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Re: What D&D 3.5 power is this? 8 years 9 months ago #14

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Brad Mortensen wrote: > This is too obvious... <


Nope. It wasn't DR it was immunity. It was my first thought too.
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Re: What D&D 3.5 power is this? 8 years 9 months ago #15

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Druegar wrote: Entropic
Shield
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This sounds closer. But the DM didn't roll for chance of hit.
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Re: What D&D 3.5 power is this? 8 years 9 months ago #16

Maybe it was just the ultimate DM power - "because I said so!"
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Re: What D&D 3.5 power is this? 8 years 9 months ago #17

What LV / ECL R U?

Sounds like it might be a psionic ability / power
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Re: What D&D 3.5 power is this? 8 years 9 months ago #18

Literal 'invisible' wall? Did the bad guy move before you started hacking at him? Invisibility, especially 2nd edition invis, was a lot of fun. With some prep, you could make for a tactical nightmare.

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Re: What D&D 3.5 power is this? 8 years 9 months ago #19

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henwy wrote: Literal 'invisible' wall? Did the bad guy move before you started hacking at him? Invisibility, especially 2nd edition invis, was a lot of fun. With some prep, you could make for a tactical nightmare.


Hilarious thought. But no, the A-hole was riding a spider and moving. I think wind wall is the closest. He took a blow from a sword and was injured.
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Re: What D&D 3.5 power is this? 8 years 9 months ago #20

There's Wall of Force but the DM sounds like he thinks it's something tricky, so I dunno
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Re: What D&D 3.5 power is this? 8 years 9 months ago #21

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Brad Mortensen wrote: There's Wall of Force but the DM sounds like he thinks it's something tricky, so I dunno


Yeah. He is definitely out to get us and he falls in love with his villains. He sometimes reminds me of that Community episode where Chevy Chase says, "We played Dungeons and Dragons and I won. And it was advanced!!"
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Re: What D&D 3.5 power is this? 8 years 8 months ago #22

Cube of Force, Face 2. If the monster was moving no more than 20', this fits your bill. Face 2 "keeps out nonliving matter", which would bar all arrows. However, a person (and his gear, as it is generally accepted*) could walk right through it to land a melee attack.

*For example, the "keeps out magic" setting prevents spells from entering, but not the magic sword and other magic items of someone attacking into the cube's area.

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Re: What D&D 3.5 power is this? 8 years 8 months ago #23

The first thing that comes to mind is the Ragewalker from the MM3 with its Repel Missiles ability, but that makes the missiles turn back and strike the player who shot/threw them.

Did the critter you were fighting induce players into a Barbarian-like frenzy when they were close to it? That's a Ragewalker.
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