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    Spell casting in castles in crusades

    Does anyone know how to put spells on a npc. Example is the lich I put him in the combat tracker and in his bios it says he is a spell caster of 18th lvl. Is it one of those scenarios were you just have to write his spells down and roll damage manually

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    Drag and drop links for the spells onto the notes tab.

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    Additionally, if there are specific spells that you want to have populate damage, you can add them into the attacks for the NPC just like any other weapon (i.e. Fireball (6d6) or Shocking Grasp (1d8+2)).

    The automation isn't at the level of the 5e ruleset for C&C but it really doesn't need to be - you just build your adventure content a little differently.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnD View Post
    Additionally, if there are specific spells that you want to have populate damage, you can add them into the attacks for the NPC just like any other weapon (i.e. Fireball (6d6) or Shocking Grasp (1d8+2)).

    The automation isn't at the level of the 5e ruleset for C&C but it really doesn't need to be - you just build your adventure content a little differently.
    Yeah that's what I do too.

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