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Well, I have a warforged cleric who laments the ability of organic… 
13th-Oct-2004 06:22 pm
leonal
Well, I have a warforged cleric who laments the ability of organic creatures to create young. Therefore it is his goal to build constructs(sadly, not living constructs like himself, and probably of limited mental capability). My question is which construct do you think would be best/easiest for him to make? With a Cleric's spell list that limits the amount available already, and I know there are lots of constructs over the three MMs and the Fiend Folio. Any suggestions?
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14th-Oct-2004 02:11 am (UTC) - Re: hmmm
Nix, flesh Golems require Animate Dead, and thus require the crafter to do evilthingy. That's a nogo for my boy.
13th-Oct-2004 09:14 pm (UTC)
The first thing that came to mind for me was golems. Are there other kinds of constructs? Maybe I'm drawing a blank with this one.
14th-Oct-2004 06:17 am (UTC)
Give him a modified ritual version of Animate Object, with a permanent duration. Make it affect only one object per casting. Perhaps this will do the trick?
17th-Oct-2004 07:52 pm (UTC)
I have stats for a cheap, little Wood Golem. If that counts. Unfortunately, it's for Rangers/Druids. I guess one could change it for him.

"The golem costs 2000 GP to create. The body costs nothing to create assuming you have the materials. It takes 4 days to make the golem, with a single successful check (woodcarving DC 8). For each additional day spent making a single craft check a day (woodcarving DC 11) adds +1 to dex. This can be done a maximum of 10 days.

The creator must be 8th level and be able to cast Arcane spells, or must be a level 5 druid or a level 7 ranger. "
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