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Everybody Else: Trade in a class talent to become an initiate of magic, or trade Deep Magic: 13th Age Compatible Edition also includes new campaign options. Deep Magic (13th Age) This conversion of Kobold Press' Deep Magic book The pdf does something intriguing with the respective traditions. Deep Magic: 13th Age Compatible Edition [Ash Law, Wade Rockett, Cal Moore] on cittadelmonte.info *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. An Age of Wizardry!.


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Deep Magic (13th Age Compatible) - An Age of Wizardy has arrived! Magic is everywhere. Whether it's a Watermarked PDF. $ 1 2 3 4 5. Average Rating. Deep Magic (13th Age Compatible) - An Age of Wizardy has arrived! Magic is everywhere. Whether ADD TO WISHLIST >. Watermarked PDF. extension of the wizard spell list in the 13th. Age Roleplaying Game core book. Utility spells have been marked as such. Deep Magic and Wizards. Whether they .

Deep Magic 13th Age. First of all, spells work in completely different ways in 13th Age. So, without further ado, how does this work? Well, first of all, wizards treat Deep Magic spells as regular spells — simple, right? Other classes deserve a closer look — via multiclassing, talents, etc. Unless explicitly noted otherwise, non-wizardry-related class features and talents do not interact with Deep Magic spells — no momentum gains, for example, and neither do they trigger flexible attacks.

Timothy B December 03, 5: Christoph F November 19, 3: Christoph F November 18, 4: Perry R November 19, The spells in the book are an extension of the wizard spell list in 13th Age.

It's up to the GM to decide whether some or all spells are included in the default "wizards know all these spells" list in the campaign. Spending a talent to become a Deep Magic Wizard represents a specialization in a certain school of magic - they get some perks when casting those spells, but spend mana to cast them. The Deep Magic wizard: See more at, after it has already been empowered. ASH L November 19, 1: Yep, that's accurate.

To address the specific points: Yes, a wizard can memorize his or her deep magic speciality spells just like normal spells; though spending mana on them often works out best because then you still have your standard spell slots to use on other spells.

A wizard can only spend mana on his or her speciality school spells. Yes, that is the idea Andrew S. If you're looking to add variety to the 13th Age classes with an arcane spin, Deep Magc is then a great addition.

Deep Magic: 13th Age Compatible Edition

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Most newer books are in the original electronic format. Both download and print editions of such books should be high quality. To use them, you must activate your Adobe Reader software. As mentioned before, this book grants access to magic via talents — 4 different ones are provided: Deep Magic Dilettante would be intended for multiclass characters. It requires you to be a multiclass character and have at least one talent in each class.

The talent like the others is provided with a handy progression table that makes it click at one glance. Yes, this book introduces mana. Each Deep Magic Talent provides a fixed amount of mana based on your level. Mana refreshes after a full heal-up only. Mana can be used to empower spells…and is slightly more opaque than I quite frankly like it to be: The text implies, for example, at one point that you need to empower school spells — which is not the case.

The process of investing mana in a spell is a standard action.

If the ramifications of this are not immediately apparent, let me state it for you — this acts essentially as a means that you get a further plus in flexibility. Not one that will break your game, at least judging from my playtest, but one that will be noticeable.

It should also be noted that characters with the Deep Magic Wizard talent can empower faster etc. One caveat: GMs using 13th Age for more gritty types of gameplay it does work! The lower page count can be attributed, obviously, to the less engine-intense crunch-block 13th Age has for the presentation of the spells within. Now, this review would obviously bloat beyond usefulness, were I to go through the spells one at a time. There are quite a few new cantrips herein — and they run the gamut from cosmetic to game-world logic-changing.

What do I mean by this? Well, you can cause harmless bleeding of a target for a disturbing effect — cosmetic and useful for some bluffs you may want to pull off, but just that. Not having to breathe for level minutes on the other hand? Now this does feel a bit nasty — it changes the dynamics of underwater exploration and how the respective societies interact with the creatures and civilizations beneath the waves.

On the absolutely awesome side of things, a proper representation of the concept of wizard duels via an easy cantrip is simply glorious and fits perfectly into just about every high fantasy setting — kudos!

Fey-inspired quick hairdos are story-enablers and fun, but temporary transmutation of one metal into another can have some serious ramifications for how commerce works -if all wizards and casters can easily have access to this one, a waiting period upon purchases may be in order for most shopping trips.

On the awesome side: You can grow a freakishly large tongue which may wield your weapons — and no, no triple-wielding. Why am I emphasizing this? Because of the pretty singular vision that is suggested by how magic is presented in the core-books. Abyssal Globule has less variation in the damage range at higher levels: A hit provides 1d6 ongoing acid damage, which increases to fixed values of 10, 20, 30 and 60 fixed points of acid damage and ongoing damage scaling up to 1d8, 2d6, 3d4 and 3d8, respectively The basic difference lies in Acid Arrow being a daily spell versus PD, whereas Abyssal Globule targets AC.

Back to the damage comparison of the above spells — the new spell obviously has less variation in the damage, but a more reliable output if it hits. Now, as you know, PD is much easier to hit, making Acid Arrow still the option with more boom. On a miss, Acid Arrow can easily be regained and it still deals ongoing damage, while Abyssal Globule deals no ongoing damage at all, only character level damage.

So yes, in conclusion, the spell maintains its identity — and comparison with the auto-hit Magic Missile yields similarly solid results. I did so because this comparison exemplified the strengths of these spells…but also the weaknesses. Does it mean twice the damage, half negative and half acid? The base rules provided by 13th Age do not feature such an ambiguity. There would be spells that either work once per battle OR at will whenever the escalation die is even, also sporting some choices regarding the action used to cast the spell.

Quite a few spells can affect non-magical items, thus necessitating the provided rules for targeting items. It should also be mentioned that summoning, an option that is pretty limited in 13th Age, can be achieved to e.

Well, you could just as well turn into butterflies, if your concept is more in line with this theme. However, there also are quite a few instances, where the descriptive fluff could have used a more precise set-up: You can send a glyph streaking towards an enemy, making the following attack: I thoroughly enjoyed this chapter, though the quirks of the magic items felt slightly less inspired than I would have liked.

Whether that achievement rests of system-discrepancy or editor skills with the system is not something I can deduce — it remains a fact, though, so kudos to Cal Moore and Wade Rockett. Layout adheres to a drop-dead gorgeous 2-column full-color standard and sports copious gorgeous full color artworks.

The pdf comes fully bookmarked for your convenience — though spells are only bookmarked by spell level, not by individual spell, which renders electronic navigation less comfortable than I would have liked. ASH LAW allcaps are not mine delivers essentially not a classic conversion -that would not have worked due to system-discrepancies.

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