The High Druid s Blade: The Defenders of Shannara by Terry.

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Sentient weapons is a mechanic introduced in Update 37 that allows to upgrade weapons with sentience, gaining mechanical benefits (increase to various abilities) and roleplay effects (weapons commenting your actions).

The Sentient Weapon can make comments to the player as the weapon is held and used. There is a Gameplay tab option to turn off voice, text, or both.

Only minimum level 20 DDO Forums or higher named weapons can gain sentience. Crafted / upgradeable weapons are out (most notably Temple of Elemental Evil, Legendary Green Steel, and Thunder-Forged). An item that accepts sentience will say "Accepts Sentience" under its name if you cursor over it. All weapons that you can get from the L20 Cannith Challenge trader have the text "Accepts Sentience" on them (not tested if they actually do and what happens if you upgraded a L16 item to L20).

Sentient weapons is a mechanic introduced in Update 37 that allows to upgrade weapons with sentience, gaining mechanical benefits (increase to various abilities) and roleplay effects (weapons commenting your actions).

The Sentient Weapon can make comments to the player as the weapon is held and used. There is a Gameplay tab option to turn off voice, text, or both.

Only minimum level 20 DDO Forums or higher named weapons can gain sentience. Crafted / upgradeable weapons are out (most notably Temple of Elemental Evil, Legendary Green Steel, and Thunder-Forged). An item that accepts sentience will say "Accepts Sentience" under its name if you cursor over it. All weapons that you can get from the L20 Cannith Challenge trader have the text "Accepts Sentience" on them (not tested if they actually do and what happens if you upgraded a L16 item to L20).

Since there are usually many more spells per level than a character has spell slots, a common question for people new to caster classes is what spells to pick. This article assumes the caster is being played as a caster (i.e., the player is reasonably maximizing their Difficulty Class for their spells) and attempts to rank spells as Important, Situational, or Scroll (the spell's benefit is almost entirely the same via scroll or potion as cast from the SP pool), with some commentary where the benefit is not obvious. Note that it's possible for the Important spells to be more numerous than the maximum spell slots available, at which point the player must decide which to slot.

The goal is not to rank every spell in every spellbook, as that would be too verbose (there are many ways to deal elemental damage, and the spell selections will vary for different sorcerer savants).

Note that not all cure spells are listed as "important." In general, it is a good idea to have two single-target spells and two mass spells if possible, in case of emergencies during cooldowns. In low-level content, Cure Serious Wounds potions likely heal better than innate divine spells.



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