[PnP] Staff/Wand

Alex Koponen alexkoponen at gmail.com
Thu Dec 21 23:03:17 CET 2017

I would say that multiple items don't add. Just use the one that adds the

On Wed, Dec 20, 2017 at 9:05 PM, Thomas O. Magann Jr. <tmagann at earthlink.net
> wrote:

> Use both,sure. But track how much you've exceeded your casting ability by
> (for Feature A). Multiple items don't add, they allow a fixed amount of
> excess casting. If you've already exceeded that level, you need a stronger
> item. Higher level, or staff over wand. Or both.
> You can only use one at a time, f course, so Feature B, boosting success
> chances, is limited to whatever you have at hand, and can be used as long
> as you can still cast.
> Feature C, if it applies, lets you change between what you have for any
> item spell you have that you can't cast yourself...again, assuming Feature
> A still works for you.
> And, of course, the smart Enchanter adds a Mana Storage Ensorcellment to
> all his favorite staves and wands, so you can swap between them to tap
> stored mana as needed, but, again, you can only use one at a time, so if
> yo've exhausted Feature A(Overcasting) you may not have enough stored mana
> in any one items for what you want to do. Use those before tapping into
> overcast from Feature A, just in case. First, just so the wand or staff can
> start recharging on it's own.
> That's how I've always used them as player or GM.
> -----Original Message-----
> >From: Scott Adams <longshotgm at comcast.net>
> >Sent: Dec 20, 2017 9:46 PM
> >To: pnp at list.powersandperils.org
> >Subject: [PnP] Staff/Wand
> >
> >
> >Do you GMs have home rules on limiting use of BOTH a staff and wand?
> >I mean a good staff/wand on average could boost 65 on average.
> >A very nice staff/wand could boost +100-120 which is almost as much as
> the CA.
> >
> >I usually have folks use 1 or the other.  But never thought of using
> both...
> >
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