Extra lay on hands
I am terribly sorry if this comes across as stupid, but can I take the feat Extra Lay On Hands at 1st level? I tried googling this, but no similar question. Unless you somehow managed to get Lay on Hands at first level, no because you don't have the Lay on Hands class feature.
Monks would want extra wholness of body, Blackgaurds more spell like abilities, assassins more illusion spells a day and so on. It'd be nice to be able to heal a team member AND myself after a big battle, and I noticed a few other PotM custom feats around. Quote from: ethinos on May 05,PM. I only asked about this because of some of the current feats such as Extra Music or Extra Turning But, though my question was unanswered, it seems the community is against it. HellsPanda Dark Power Posts: Darkelf Outlander Posts: All in all Pallys should stop wasting spells slots for self buffs if they want to be healers.
Obviously that can't be replicated in NWN but it would be nice to perhaps have a look at a way to make LoH a little more flexible.
Fun part coming when one of your teammates gets killed BY a big bad evil undead. I agree that doing it more then once a day would be a ificant advantage, and while not "Game Breaking" it would certainly give high Charisma build Paladins a opportunity to exploit the system horribly.
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Just curious how hard it would be to implement this feat? October 10th, - Server updated to version 2. That said, I think this topic can be locked. The problem is if you start tinkering around with the class traits of one particular class then people are going to want it for others as well.
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Even at mid level it's powerful. Quote from: Jay on May 06,AM. Threefold Dark Lord Posts: I kinda like it how it is.
Extra lay on hands
Having that ability more than once a day feels like a major overkill to me. Did you miss your activation ? Welcome, Guest. Likely very easy to implement and up to DnD, but I'm for a big no to it, because my little goon at level 16 might do damage to an undead foe, meaning he can take most non-fighter unde in a single strike and the touch attack hits pretty much always.
My two cents. The act of laying on hands should be almost exhaustive for a paladin to channel their diety's power into someone, not a trivial ability to pop a heal whenever and wherever.