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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5


1st Dec 2021, 3:20 AM

That last part about Usopp is basically the Wizard in the campaign I'm playing in now. He has so far abused the heck out of invisibility and illusions to the point most of our enemies don't know he exists, and our DM always equips our elite humanoid enemies with Oil/Potion of Truesight.

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1st Dec 2021, 5:34 AM

If they don't know about you or your illusions, why are they being equipped with Potions of Truesight?

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1st Dec 2021, 7:27 AM

Basic preparedness when dealing with adventurers, obviously.

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1st Dec 2021, 3:35 PM

That logic is a bit iffy though. Unless they have a really large supply of oils/potions they will only be using them when they think there might be something invisible nearby. The whole point of invisibility and stealth is to not let your enemies suspect they are present at all or until it's too late.

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1st Dec 2021, 4:02 PM

Depends on how obvious it is. Yeah, invisibility would keep the wizard from being seen, and illusions beguile and confuse enemies. But if the part has no other notable spellcaster, and the stories/rumors about them involve a lot of magic? Sounds like there's something strange going on. Truesight also helps against illusions in general, too (at least in Pathfinder). So if "illusions" are a known thing, then the potions/oils to counter them are practical (if expensive)

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1st Dec 2021, 11:07 AM

Just because you are paranoid doesn't mean that there isn't an invisible wizard about to fireball your face

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2nd Dec 2021, 6:12 AM

One, they were Elven inquisitors, so they have a lot of magic swag specifically related to information-gathering, and two, our DM was getting annoyed at the WIzard.

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