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    Help! Concealment and True Seeing?

    So the spell "True Seeing" reads: "You confer on the subject the ability to see all things as they actually are. The subject sees the exact locations of creatures or objects under blur or displacement effects, sees invisible creatures normally."

    However, with this spell cast on my characters, they are still missing due to concealment (Concealment miss chance - 50%).

    Is the spell True Seeing not working, or am I just not understanding it properly? What exactly can I do to counter enemies with high concealment? (Glitterdust doesn't seem to do anything either).

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    It depends what's causing the Concealment. If it's illusory, then True Seeing cuts right through it. If it's physical concealment, then it does nothing.

    Fog Cloud is the best example of this in the pen and paper version of the game. It's a spell, but it actually makes real, physical fog that obscures vision.
    There's another spell called Blink. It does 50% miss chance because you are physically moving between the material and ethereal plane.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grifta View Post
    It depends what's causing the Concealment. If it's illusory, then True Seeing cuts right through it. If it's physical concealment, then it does nothing.

    Fog Cloud is the best example of this in the pen and paper version of the game. It's a spell, but it actually makes real, physical fog that obscures vision.
    There's another spell called Blink. It does 50% miss chance because you are physically moving between the material and ethereal plane.
    You just named 2 spells that are pen and paper only.. this is very much a question about Pathfinder Kingmaker the video game. Is True Seeing working as intended because from what I can tell I don't think it is.

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    Not only is Blink PnP tabletop only, but the interaction between Blink and True Seeing was incorrect.

    If you can see invisible, which True Seeing does, the miss chance drops to 20%

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