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An ethical dilemma is a complex situation that often involves an apparent mental conflict between moral imperatives, in which to obey one would result in transgressing another. Before considering methods to resolve the ethical dilemma you must first decide that there actually is one. It is by no means clear from your question what you think constitutes ...


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Actually, you could let players take those eggs and try to raise them to full dragons. If I remember correctly - by default, dragons age slowly - in eons! If your players campaign will span few generations of heroes, grand-grand-children of present adventures could see young dragons to their adulthood. Or at least to the extent where those dragons are ...


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Is it a quandary for all the PCs? You said some of your players wouldn't be cool with it - but what about others? Smashing the eggs is fast, irreversible, and practical. If there are Evil (or dangerously zealous Neutral or Good) characters in the party, there's little to stop them from just doing it before the party reaches consensus. How is it a quandary ...


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What are your tips, advises or guidelines for that to happen? It's a lot of work. For a good dungeon that doesn't feel like the last one with a different skin, you need creative energy and time. Most of us lack enough of both next to our normal ongoing lives, that's why writers can actually make a living out of it. Outsource it No, not to Asia. To ...


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The god of prophecy and resurrection is pretty cool. Make them lost in prophecies, various "if then" bits. And create impassable wall on their way. Once they are all dead, get them resurrected on the other side. The goddess of life created creatures that can never die... Maybe they should stop fighting once heroes start to try to heal them instead of ...



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