summoner

Infinite Dungeon Merchants

Short Name: 
infinitedungeon-merchants

Three NPCs will now spawn in Infinite Dungeon that can sell spells trees, stat points, sub stats & can imbue items for you.

There are 17 spell trees (185 spells) available for purchase:
Archmage, Alchemist, Necromancy, Chronomancy, Psionic, Celestial, Anorithil, Oozemancer, Berserker, Rouge, Archer, Arcane Blade, Summoner, Wyrmic, StoneWarden, Corruptor & Cursed!

Can increase your stats and sub stats:
(STR/DEX/MAG/WIL/CUN/CON and phys/mag/ment resistance and criticals)

Imbue items:
imbue (ANY) jewelry, armor & weapons that are in the game including rares/epics/uniques! And imbue them as many times with as many different gems as you want can afford!

The NPCs that spawn are: Adriel, Sun Paladin and Zemek. They are broken down into catagories Adriel=nature SunPaladin=combat Zemek=spells.

This addon is NOT compatible with the story mode, it wont crash the game or anything but will turn some factions hostile. If you want to buy spells in the main story check out my addon at the bottom.

!!!MAJOR UPDATE BELOW!!!

1.1.0 - Major change to the way this addon works: 3 npc merchants will now have a chance to randomly spawn each level (you shouldn't go more than 5 levels without running into one of them). Things to note: The shops that spawn will no longer be selling spells, the 3 npc merchants CAN die from enemies (they can still respawn), npc merchants may block the path (you can simply mine out the blocks around them) This is how I originally planned for this addon to be but had trouble getting npcs who could talk to spawn correctly, but with much code rewriting I managed to get it working. If you experience any weirdness with a boss that tries to talk to you or an npc who isn't hostile (who normally would be) please report the npcs name so I can fix it.

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@iwantpizza The stores appear randomly in the walls (they appear as shop signs) they can be hard to see.. I plan on modifying the signs so they stand out more in a future update.
@iwantpizza The stores are very rare I've tried to find something in the code to increase the spawn rates but I've been unsuccessful, I am however confident that I can now spawn npcs who can actually talk... It will just take a lot of code rewriting.
@iwantpizza NPCs will now spawn that will sell the spells, they are much more common than the stores, so you shouldn't have a problem finding them. (you will have to start a new game for them to spawn)
@Zaive Makes sense, the merchants faction is "sunwall" (sun paladin) ...should I change it... I don't know, I have mixed feelings. It makes sense none of them would even want to talk to an undead...
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If you are interested in a main story mode version you can get it here:
https://te4.org/games/addons/tome/master-spell-merchants

It is recommended that you deactivate 'Spell Merchants' if you are playing the infinite dungeon version!
Big thanks to hunter on te4.org for testing features and giving feedback! This addon would not have been possible without him!

Astromancer Class

Short Name: 
classastromancer

A new class, a Celestial summoner who draws on the powers of Shandral's other planets to call up elementals.
Their basic trees summon and support Fire, Ice, and Lightning Elementals, as well as providing utility effects.
Their unlockable advanced trees rain down Meteors and twist Time Elementals into being.
They start with Staff Combat, Chants, and a new tree in the vein of chants and hymns. They can unlock Celestial Light.

Their main resource is negative energy, which they generate at a certain rate-per-ability by summoning and some other spells, and spent by others.

This mod should be compatible with everything except addons that add summoned elementals who aren't meant to benefit from Blighted Summoning and classes with the same name.
Superloads

  • data/talents/uber/mag to support Blighted Summoning
  • mod/class/interface/combat.lua to support Glacial Path's speed boost.

Sounds remixed from samples by Mike Koenig under CC-BY 3.0

Odyssey of The Summoner

Short Name: 
neka_therianthropy_summoner

This is a highly extensive "unofficial DLC" that takes the summonable creatures from the Summoner class and turns them into fully-talented, highly-comprehensive classes with their story and unique events.
This pack features the ranged summons: Hydra, Fire Drake, and Flamespitter Ritch.

      • Disclaimer: This is NOT a full release. There WILL be errors and unpredictable behavior. I am patching things out actively, so play with discretion and send as much feedback as possible to the forum thread to accelerate the completion process!

Details:
This modifies the "Age of Ascendency" story, as you are no longer human, but rather, a natural, spiritual being. This means several conversations and services may become unavailable or even change to behave in new ways.
The plot's progression is mostly unchanged, but now you are operating under the command of an ominous individual known only as "The Summoner". He sends you off to do tasks-- But in the end, it is up to you to decide whether you will work cooperatively with him or not.
This was a labour of love, and I would want nothing more than for you to enjoy a new flavor of experience-- And a new type of challenge and difficulty in Tales of Maj'Eyal.
Please, enjoy!

Expanded Details:
"Hydra is a nigh-indestructible damage sponge that doles out as much as it takes, capable of attacking several times and several targets per turn. It possesses Feral, Glare, and Drool heads, each respectively associated with its Physical, Mental, and Magical wellbeing. You can choose whether you want to bite, stare, or spew your enemies to death-- Or maybe even some combination of such!"
"Fire Drake is a dedicated pet general, leading a batch of child fire dragons called 'Drakelings'. They are capable of growing and learning many of your talents-- But you must choose whether you will dedicate yourself to nurturing them, or making yourself powerful enough to protect them from the dangers of Eyal. Cooperation and good education is the key to success!"
"Ritch is a fullblown assassin, possessing a variety of techniques that want nothing more than for its victims to bleed, burn, and die to death-- And not necessarily in that order. Most significantly, they can craft and engraft bladed weapons to replace their claws, making them the only Avatar class capable of utilizing human weaponry. Killing is a skill, and you're good at it!"

Summoned

So I've just unlocked the summoner yesterday, and decided to give it a go. As my previous experiences with Tome4 were only limited to getting a warrior up to lvl 11, I'd say I had no idea how hard it will be.. but I was able to survive the first 6 levels, and kill the boss in the first dungeon. This post is just a very simple strategy guide for those early levels for others who would like to try this class.

Level 1: Run!
The first rule of survival is simple: summon and run. Your main goal here is to get some weapon, which can be accomplished in two ways: one is to find a suitable weapon (it helps if you raise your str to 11), the other one is to collect enough useless stuff to sell them and buy one in the shop. For this, you need to explore the wilderness, but - because your are pretty squishy yet - the best possible tactic is to stay close to the entrance and flee if needed.
If you learn the turtle - which is a very good idea to do, btw - you can try to hold back single monsters. Summon it, wait until the monster starts to attack it, then run away a few steps. When the turtle disappears, summon your ranged pet a few steps away from the monster, and move again. Then the same with your wolf, next to the monster. You can repeat this until the monster dies or until your equilibrium prevents you from summoning. In that case (and the same for several monsters coming towards you at once) run to the entrance and leave the area.

Level 1-3: Deal damage
After you found at least one decent weapon, you can change your tactics. First of all, improve your ranged pet, so it will deal decent damage, and maybe also your turtle, so it will stay for a longer period of time. Now you can team with your pet: You can tank for your ranged pet, you can work together with your melee pet or you can deal damage while your turtle holds back the enemy. The damage you can deal together is now enough to kill a group of enemies - if they come one after another. Never stay in the open, always get to some corridor where you and your pet can hit, but there is space only for one enemy. A useful tip here: if you don't see any space where you can summon your pet, try to summon it on top the monster. If there is an open space next to it, your pet will appear there, even if it is behind the monster or outside of your LoS.

Level 3: Kill the troll
Now you should be able to kill that first boss. It helps if your cunning is 20+, but not required. Probably the easiest way is to run around and use your turtle to hinder it and your ranged pet to damage it.

All in all, the first levels of the summoners are not easy, but doable with a little patience. On the other hand, it's good fun, I really enjoyed it, and I suspect that the summoner can become really powerful after some levelling.

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