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About component Treat mages' and priests' High-Level Abilities as innate abilities rather than memorisable spells


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#1 Constantino

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Posted 03 October 2011 - 09:29 AM

-Paladins can choose multiple times devas in the HLA-menu when lvl up. Mages/clerics/druids can do it only once.
-Deva show up in 'special habilities' slot for paladins and 'cast spell' slot for mages/clerics/druids.

-Also, mages planetars are powerful compared with diviners devas (that's for sure some issue about having alot of mods running =/ ).

Here goes my weidu log:


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I hope to help.

Thanks for the time

#2 cowking

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Posted 14 November 2011 - 01:54 PM

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-Also, mages planetars are powerful compared with diviners devas (that's for sure some issue about having alot of mods running =/ ).

Planetars ARE better summons than Devas (even in vanilla ToB).

Deva:

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The ultimate clerical summon. Calls forth a powerful Solar armed with a mace that destroys undead, dispels magic and Stuns on a hit. The thing's fighting ability compares to that of a level 10 Fighter, has good magic resistance and is immune to various elemental damages, insta-kill effects and weapons of less than +2 enchantment. It regenerates and can see the invisible. The Deva is actually gated instead of summoned, so it's unaffected by Death Spells.

Planetar:

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The best summon in the game. A powerful Solar armed with a vorpal sword that eats the Shadows of Amn dragons for breakfast. The thing's fighting ability compares to that of a level 15 Fighter, has good magic resistance and is immune to various elemental damages, insta-kill effects and immune to weapons of less than +3 enchantment. It enters play Hasted, regenerates and can see the invisible. The Planetar is actually gated instead of summoned, making it immune to Death Spell as well.

+ Planetars have a better spell selection.




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