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    Default Construct Essence - Add Visual Effect

    I'm uncertain if there is a topic around currently addressing this suggestion but...

    As the feat says:

    "Construct Essence -
    You are on the path to becoming a self-forged, augmenting yourself by replacing some of your weak flesh. You are still considered your original race (at this time), gaining 50% healing from Repair spells but suffering a -25% penalty to positive energy healing. In addition, you now take 50% damage from rust effects. "

    I submit for consideration the idea of adding some sort of flavorful cosmetic effect to be applied to characters who take this feat not like that of dragonmarks, but more construct-like. Like dragonmarks, players should have the option of being able to turn them on/off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UrbanPyro View Post
    I'm uncertain if there is a topic around currently addressing this suggestion but...

    As the feat says:

    "Construct Essence -
    You are on the path to becoming a self-forged, augmenting yourself by replacing some of your weak flesh. You are still considered your original race (at this time), gaining 50% healing from Repair spells but suffering a -25% penalty to positive energy healing. In addition, you now take 50% damage from rust effects. "

    I submit for consideration the idea of adding some sort of flavorful cosmetic effect to be applied to characters who take this feat not like that of dragonmarks, but more construct-like. Like dragonmarks, players should have the option of being able to turn them on/off.
    Savants already provide an existing basis for such modifications, so while perhaps a bit more complex, it should theoretically not be too difficult an addition. And it'd definitely add a lot of charm to the feat- as well as letting other players be able to tell with a look if they can repair you or not, much as with shrouds and heals.
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    A lot of non-Wf Artificers already look like they've been graphically altered into cyborgs
    Don't talk to me about realism, you're posting in a fantasy role-playing game forum.

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    Love the idea!
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