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trip to Restov? [message #1175] Tue, 07 February 2012 12:47 Go to next message
duhwoo is currently offline  duhwoo
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Fort Fritz should be good to go for this Saturday (11 Feb), at Noon.

It turns out 'Masterwork Transformation' is a 2nd level spell, not 1st level -- so a scroll would cost 450 gp, not 325 gp. In the equipment section of the Core Rule Book, the services chart shows getting a spell cast as a service costs (caster level X spell level X 10), so 'Masterwork Transformation' should only cost 60 gp to have it cast in person.

Al is up for making a trip back to Restov. This would allow him to check in with his parents, check in with the Aldori school, and find a caster to cast 'Masterwork Transformation' on his sword (saving 90 gp vs a scroll). The cleric can check in at the temple to Erastil, and Solske can update the mayor in person on our progress. It would also be a nice break from the wilderness...

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Re: trip to Restov? [message #1176 is a reply to message #1175] Tue, 07 February 2012 18:49 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Fritz,

I think that Solske would be a bit hesitant to return to Restov given that we haven't been in the field very long and there is not really much to report to the mayor (not that we answer to the mayor). Furthermore, there is no guarantee that a spell caster with that spell would be available.

Having said that, we could always send word to Restov regarding the spell availability and have it lined up for when there is actually a need to return to Restov.

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Re: trip to Restov? [message #1177 is a reply to message #1176] Tue, 07 February 2012 22:50 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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More simply, the spell is a cleric spell. Jhod Khavken (and, by extension, Erastil) are certainly grateful for your efforts. Jhod can certainly take the time to ask Erastil for the spell, with a high likelihood of success; this would only take a day.
Re: trip to Restov? [message #1179 is a reply to message #1177] Wed, 08 February 2012 08:35 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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The fact that divine casters were listed did not register on my little brain when I looked at the spell! The party has already allocated 300 gp for the material component -- if Jhod is willing to pray for the spell, and take an hour for the casting time, then I reckon that is the superior solution.

Al won't be checkin' in with his parents for a while longer, though: he is gonna be SO grounded when we eventually do go to Restov...

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Re: trip to Restov? [message #1180 is a reply to message #1179] Wed, 08 February 2012 19:07 Go to previous message
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duhwoo wrote on Wed, 08 February 2012 08:35
The fact that divine casters were listed did not register on my little brain when I looked at the spell! The party has already allocated 300 gp for the material component -- if Jhod is willing to pray for the spell, and take an hour for the casting time, then I reckon that is the superior solution.

Al won't be checkin' in with his parents for a while longer, though: he is gonna be SO grounded when we eventually do go to Restov...

FRITZ


Sounds like we're all set then!

like_a_god


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