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PostPosted: Fri Jan 11, 2013 7:27 pm 
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I have two questions of my own, if I can tag them onto the end of this thread rather than post a new one....

What is the DC when the character rolls Luck to turn over the body?

And can Elves use Spellburn? The rules only really mention Wizards (can) /Clerics (usually cannot).


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 11, 2013 8:25 pm 
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mikeawmids wrote:
I have two questions of my own, if I can tag them onto the end of this thread rather than post a new one....

What is the DC when the character rolls Luck to turn over the body?


No DC, just have the fallen character roll equal to or less than his/her Luck score on 1d20.

mikeawmids wrote:
And can Elves use Spellburn? The rules only really mention Wizards (can) /Clerics (usually cannot).


Don't see why not, and this from Joseph (back before the game saw print) seems to support it:

viewtopic.php?p=28491#p28491

goodmangames wrote:
Thus is born the spellburn system, which allows a spellcaster to seek aid from an otherworldly patron -- at a price. A spellcaster can sacrifice physical ability scores (Strength, Agility, or Stamina) in a 1:1 ratio to enhance his spell check. Sacrifice 4 points of strength and add +4 to your next spell check. The ability score loss heals -- slowly -- and there is a table to provide inspiration of exactly what act is committed to cause the loss of that Strength. So your low-level wizard...or, let's say, elf...who appeals to the aid of an otherworldly power...say, Arioch...may get that aid -- but only if he drains his own physical stamina and contributes three souls in the next hour.


Emphasis mine.


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