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Anonymous
April 27, 2005 7:22:11 PM

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Hi to all,
in energy substitution feat description is said that you can modify the
energy designator of a spell with a chosen one. This substitution has to be
done/declered when you prepare the spell or can also be applied "on the fly"
when you cast it?

Thanx
Juza

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Anonymous
April 27, 2005 7:22:12 PM

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"Juza" <none> wrote in message news:426f91cc$1_3@news.bluewin.ch...
> Hi to all,
> in energy substitution feat description is said that you can modify
> the
> energy designator of a spell with a chosen one. This substitution
> has to be
> done/declered when you prepare the spell or can also be applied "on
> the fly"
> when you cast it?
>
> Thanx
> Juza

I'm not near my books but it is my understanding as a wizard, you have
to prepare the spell
with the feat included. I think as a sorcerer you can add "on the fly"
If I was near my books I'd be able to
confirm. THat is the way we currently run it in our game. When I get
home, I'll double check.
Anonymous
April 27, 2005 7:22:13 PM

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Decaying Atheist wrote:
> "Juza" <none> wrote in message news:426f91cc$1_3@news.bluewin.ch...
> > Hi to all,
> > in energy substitution feat description is said that you can modify

> > the
> > energy designator of a spell with a chosen one. This substitution
> > has to be
> > done/declered when you prepare the spell or can also be applied "on

> > the fly"
> > when you cast it?
> >
> > Thanx
> > Juza
>
> I'm not near my books but it is my understanding as a wizard, you
have
> to prepare the spell
> with the feat included. I think as a sorcerer you can add "on the
fly"
> If I was near my books I'd be able to
> confirm. THat is the way we currently run it in our game. When I get
> home, I'll double check.


With the cost of a full round action for metamagic on a sorcerer of
course.

- Justisaur
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Anonymous
April 27, 2005 7:25:30 PM

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"Justisaur" <justisaur@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:1114620195.994687.120180@o13g2000cwo.googlegroups.com...
>
> Decaying Atheist wrote:
>> "Juza" <none> wrote in message news:426f91cc$1_3@news.bluewin.ch...
>> > Hi to all,
>> > in energy substitution feat description is said that you can
>> > modify
>
>> > the
>> > energy designator of a spell with a chosen one. This substitution
>> > has to be
>> > done/declered when you prepare the spell or can also be applied
>> > "on
>
>> > the fly"
>> > when you cast it?
>> >
>> > Thanx
>> > Juza
>>
>> I'm not near my books but it is my understanding as a wizard, you
> have
>> to prepare the spell
>> with the feat included. I think as a sorcerer you can add "on the
> fly"
>> If I was near my books I'd be able to
>> confirm. THat is the way we currently run it in our game. When I
>> get
>> home, I'll double check.
>
>
> With the cost of a full round action for metamagic on a sorcerer of
> course.
>
> - Justisaur

Yes, of course, for Sorcerer all metamagic (unless mentioned
specifically in the feat) can be "on the fly" but
as Justisaur said, requires a full round action.
Anonymous
April 27, 2005 10:04:58 PM

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On Wed, 27 Apr 2005 15:22:11 +0200, "Juza" <none> scribed into the ether:

>Hi to all,
>in energy substitution feat description is said that you can modify the
>energy designator of a spell with a chosen one. This substitution has to be
>done/declered when you prepare the spell or can also be applied "on the fly"
>when you cast it?

Wizards would have to declare it when they woke up that morning,
Bards/Sorcerers could do it on the fly...but with the standard penalty for
metamagic use.
!