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RE: (TFT) Pentagrams and arrows
On Tue, 2004-03-09 at 11:08, Peter von Kleinsmid wrote:
> At 10:57 AM 3/9/04 -0600, David Michael Grouchy II wrote:
> >>From: Mark Tapley <email@example.com>
> >>What if the Bow is enchanted to +DX? I think of +DX on a bow as just
> >>meaning it helps the archer aim better - in which case the magic is done
> >>with when the arrow leaves the bow, and the pentagram won't affect it.
> > I thought only spells could not cross a pentagram. I don't remember
> > it saying anything about enchantments. That is to say, my interpretation
> > has always been that one can not cast Blur(T) on a figure inside a
> > pentigram, but a figure with Blur(T) already on them could cross one.
> > David Michael Grouchy II
> Yes that's another, even more important, grey area - enchanted items and
> spells on items or on non-magic people. If a pentagram blocks those things,
> then it's also important to decide if it stops them crossing, it it just
> stops the items crossing, or if it actually suppresses or dispels the magic
> as such things pass through. David's interpretation is simplest and
> easiest, but the wording of the spell description:
> "The only thing it will NOT stop is a totally "natural" thing - such as a
> purely physical attack by a non-magical creature."
> implies otherwise, to me anyway.
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