Dakk, on 11 January 2012 - 01:04 AM, said:
Demivrgvs, on 11 January 2012 - 01:02 AM, said:
Oh my, I'm at work but I'll see what I did wrong as soon as I get back home.
I think it's a copy/paste hiccup, the link doesn't go to the actual file but to (what is presumably) your "root" file storage - http://www.mediafire.com/myfiles.php.
Hit and sunk! I was in a hurry this morning sorry. It should work now.
PapySilk, on 11 January 2012 - 05:34 AM, said:
I don't know if this has been referenced, but in the version of spell revision I have (fresh BGT install), tenser transformation doesn't increase attack per round... Though the description say it should.
As far as I know it works fine, but I'll look into it. That being said note that SR's TT increases apr in a very different way compared to vanilla's BG. Your base apr while using TT will be the same of a fighter of the same lvl of the caster AND if your caster is a multi-dual fighter/mage you don't get any apr bonus at all (as your caster already has a similar fighter lvl).
I searched a little and I've see no sign of APR increase in my override version... Not in the SR file downloaded either...
I'm not a pro moder (stopped working on BG2 8 years ago or something like that) but I think the line should read something similar to the belm scimitar, isn't it ?
Unless there's something very tricky I don't know about (like a way to increase ApR without showing it on character sheet and without using a buff "type/targetype" in the spell) - in which case I'm sorry for saying something stupid.
Apr bonus is applied via EFF files, look for those if you're looking at the spl with NI.