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  1. #21
    What I went with was this:-
    Code:
    Self/All
    Smite Evil; IFT:CUSTOM(Smite Evil); DMGTYPE: force; IFT:ALIGN(evil); ATK: [CHA]; DMG: [LVL]; IFT:TYPE(dragon, outsider, undead); DMG: [LVL];
    
    Target/All
    Smite Evil; IFT:CUSTOM(Smite Evil); ATK: -2;
    I'll need to update the ATK value in the targetted portion but it accurately mirrors how the rules work.

    I'm a happy camper

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    IMO, it's much easier for the DM to just say, your Smite works against this creature, apply your bonus damage, and then to just click the -2 modifier button before attacking the paladin with said creature.

    Of course, you can automate it like you detailed, but sometime automation is not easier or quicker

  3. #23
    Why do you do add this to smite? Does force overcome all DR in fantasy grounds?

    DMGTYPE:force

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kelevraa View Post
    Why do you do add this to smite? Does force overcome all DR in fantasy grounds?

    DMGTYPE:force
    yup, force and spell overcome DR (and other energy types, but they may interfere with RESIST effects etc)

    But the post's effect is wrong; without extensions DMGTYPE cannot be used with IFT sadly So, one should rather use the DMGTYPE separately as a one-shot effect before the damage is rolled

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