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    Default Dragonmark of Healing and Devotion?

    I recently started a halfling fighter and am giving him the healing dragonmarks. If he wears a Devotion item, does that work on spell-like abilities, or only on actual spells?

    Thanks in advance.
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    Devotion items work with halfling Dmarks. Although it's been a week or so since I've played my halfling with them, I'm still 99% sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mobrien316 View Post
    I recently started a halfling fighter and am giving him the healing dragonmarks. If he wears a Devotion item, does that work on spell-like abilities, or only on actual spells?

    Thanks in advance.
    AFAIK, SLAs work just like spells - so spellpower, lore items, metamagics all apply (and, of course, metas are free)

    Especially with the EP coming up, might be worthwhile to take a level of Druid for access to Empower Heal/Maximize to boost your SLAs (since you'll get two Feat slots back anyway once DMs become Enhancements), some nice L1 buffs like Ram's Might, and the first tier of Druid is gonna have some nice cheap enhancements too. You don't even have to keep your Druidic Oath except to buff, so heavy armor up

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    Quote Originally Posted by droid327 View Post
    AFAIK, SLAs work just like spells - so spellpower, lore items, metamagics all apply (and, of course, metas are free)

    Especially with the EP coming up, might be worthwhile to take a level of Druid for access to Empower Heal/Maximize to boost your SLAs (since you'll get two Feat slots back anyway once DMs become Enhancements), some nice L1 buffs like Ram's Might, and the first tier of Druid is gonna have some nice cheap enhancements too. You don't even have to keep your Druidic Oath except to buff, so heavy armor up
    EP? Please explain to the noob.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hazelnut View Post
    EP? Please explain to the noob.
    Point of order:

    You're coming to the forums asking questions and trying to learn the ropes. That immediately removes you from the "noob" crowd and plants you properly in the "newb" group.


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    Hazel, EP = Enhancement Pass = upcoming changes to the Enhancement system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hazelnut View Post
    EP? Please explain to the noob.
    Ep=enhancement pass. Let me explain why. This information was prebeta so i can tell you. in the racial part of the enhancements if you had a dragonmark you would get access dragonmark part of the tree. So then you could use action points to boost it even higher. What makes this nice is you dont need the other feats anymore. So therefore it frees up 2 feets. You really only need the initial dragonmark. Ddowiki.com has information of the overhaul coming.

    Quote Originally Posted by cdbd3rd View Post
    Point of order:

    You're coming to the forums asking questions and trying to learn the ropes. That immediately removes you from the "noob" crowd and plants you properly in the "newb" group.


    I quote a good snippet from the Urban Dictionary:
    i think you missed the point there. They weren't asking what noob meant hence the "EP?" they were calling themselves a noob. lol *smacks head*

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