Roll Bonuses PF1
Provides bonuses to various types of rolls. Some of these are for variable changes that the system can't handle (like Inspiration). Some are a fake implementation of changes that the system just doesn't support. All configuration is done in the Feat's Advanced Tab (or buff, or any item, etc.). Support for Mana's mod Item Hints has been included so that things are automatically tagged in the character sheet.
Supports PF1 v9+
See the readme for full details
Generic Bonus and Damage targets
This lets you configure a Feat or Buff (or other feature) to target a weapon group, weapon type, specific Weapon or other Item, or even a spell. Paired with the bonus inputs, you can add damage or attack bonuses to any of those. This lets you automate things like Fighter Weapon Training, Gunslinger Gun Training. You can even create buffs that will give your weapon a temporary damage enhancement (e.g. flaming/frost/shock/etc) or attack bonus so you can automate things like a Magus arcane weapon enhancement or a Warpriest's sacred weapon ability. You can create a buff that only gives a bonus when targeting specified tokens (e.g. Paladin's Smite or Slayer's Studied Target). See readme for configuration details.
Ammunition now has attack/damage inputs to let your ammo automatically add to your attack and damage rolls. You no long have to create conditional modifiers on every individual weapon that you might be using ammo with.
Increase the AC of your chosen armor type by +1 (
Armor Focus) and additionally decrease the ACP by 1 (
Improved Armor Focus).
Attack's critical variables can now be dynamically adjusted. Crit can be modified with keen. It can also be modified by a static amount to account for certain 3.5 classes or other homebrew. The critical multipler can also be adjusted--this is useful for a Swashbuckler's capstone ability (and any homebrew that needs it).
Increase the DC by +1 of any spell you're casting for a specific element.
Element CL/DC Bonus
Increase (or decrease) CL/DC for spells that have a specific elemental damage type. Useful for specific abilities such as Gnome's Pyromaniac alternate racial trait.
You can now configure the popular trait
Fate's Favored to increase luck bonuses. To configure, just add a boolean flag
fates-favored to your trait (or any other Item) and it will automatically increase any luck bonuses received from any other Change by 1. Sorry, this one has no automatic configuration because it's literally just adding
fates-favored into a boolean flag.
Fortune and Misfortune
Fortune and Misfortune can now be added as flags onto your buffs, feats, abilities, etc. Simply add a boolean flag
misfortune. If you have a specific Weapon, Attack, Ability, Feat that only rolls twice for itself, you can add
misfortune-self-item). There are lots of ways to configure this for individual features. You can have misfortune only for saves or even a specific save. For all skills, an indvidual skill, etc.
Automatically increase damage by +1 for any weapon in the chosen weapon group.
Various bonuses to skills. You can add Inspiration, change the base die, or add variable bonuses.
Spell CL/DC Bonuses (for all spells)
Generic Increase (or decrease) to the CL/DC for all spells. These bonuses (from different abilities) will stack with each other.
Spell CL/DC Bonuses (for specific schools)
Generic Increase (or decrease) to the CL/DC for a given spell school. These bonuses (from different abilities) will stack with each other.
Spell Focus, Greater Spell Focus, and Mythic Spell Focus now all have a drop down on the advanced tab that lets you select a school. When you cast a spell of that school, the DC will automatically be increased.
Increase chosen spell CL by +2.
Choose your perform. Choose the two skills it replaces. Whenever you roll those skills they'll automatically use your perform skill.
Automatically add +1 to attack rolls to weapons with
Weapon Focus. Includes
Greater Weapon Focus and
Gnomish Weapon Focus.
Automatically add +2 damage to chosen weapons types for
Weapon Specialization and
Greater Weapon Specialization.