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 Post subject: Sustained Spells and Interruptible
PostPosted: Thu Jun 10, 2021 8:15 am 
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Should Sustained Spells be Interruptible while the caster is doing so?

Based on what I am reading, once the spell is cast there is no way to stop it without killing the caster or using Unravel the Thread.

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 Post subject: Re: Sustained Spells and Interruptible
PostPosted: Mon Jun 14, 2021 4:18 pm 
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Hey there. Sustainable spells can be interrupted. I had Matt Flinn point it out to me at an Origins BI.

It's not mentioned on page 346 & 347 where most of the sustained spell data is. Its mentioned mentioned on the bottom of page 345 under interruptible spells ... "Sustained spells or spells that have a final Speed cost of 7 or more can be interrupted (See Interruptible Actions (pg 303) in the Codex of Conflict)."

I think that's pretty cut and dry. Tukufu loves himself some 'Captivating Melody' but I can't really complain about making concentration checks from attacks when you are trying to control the battlefield. Make sure you are in an out of the way place when you cast so they can't hit you!

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