Say I have a Bard1/Ranger1 and I take both Bard Song Magic I (which grants 20 positive spellpower) and Ranger Devotion I (which also grants 20 positive spellpower). Do the two stack, effectively granting me 40 positive spellpower?
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Say I have a Bard1/Ranger1 and I take both Bard Song Magic I (which grants 20 positive spellpower) and Ranger Devotion I (which also grants 20 positive spellpower). Do the two stack, effectively granting me 40 positive spellpower?
I would think they'd lock each other out, only allowing you to take one line or the other. That's how class toughness enhancements work, at least.
Actually it seems I have my answer. I did some testing with a Veteran II build just to test it out and it seems that they DO stack. :)
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I suppose this might be a display bug. I will test the output with cure light wounds.
Okay, I tested whether this was a display bug or whether they do indeed stack. Here is the data I recorded:
So hypothesis 2 is rejected. Either something else is happening behind the scenes or the multiplier is indeed 1.4 (40 spellpower).Code:Observed Numbers
8, 9, 11, 12, 14, 15
Hypothesis 1
Expected Numbers (cure light wounds 1d6+2+3: caster level 3) if multiplier is 1.4 (40 spellpower)
roll mult result rounded down
total = (6+5) x 1.4 = 15.4 = 15
total = (5+5) x 1.4 = 14 = 14
total = (4+5) x 1.4 = 12.6 = 12
total = (3+5) x 1.4 = 11.2 = 11
total = (2+5) x 1.4 = 9.8 = 9
total = (1+5) x 1.4 = 8.4 = 8
Hypothesis 2
Expected Numbers (cure light wounds 1d6+2+3: caster level 3) if multiplier is 1.2 (20 spellpower)
roll mult result rounded down
total = (6+5) x 1.2 = 13.2 = 13
total = (5+5) x 1.2 = 12 = 12
total = (4+5) x 1.2 = 10.8 = 10
total = (3+5) x 1.2 = 9.6 = 9
total = (2+5) x 1.2 = 8.4 = 8
total = (1+5) x 1.2 = 7.2 = 7