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There is a post at minmaxboards that is a "Guide to Free D&D" so it contains everything posted online by WotC, the SRD and much more in a very organized form. I cannot know if it is 100% complete given the fact that even the official index on-site has issues but it certain is far easier to navigate and believe it fits your question. EDIT: as a note ...


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Answer: This is up to the DM and they should consider the party's intentions with the stuff. Various books provide an inconclusive answer due to inconsistent descriptions of the Styx and the ontology on if water stops being a river if it leaves the river. Fiendish Codex II: Tyrants of the Nine Hells says the following (p.39): Any living mortal who comes ...


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I would just make it a house rule. You can choose whatever you want. It's possible that the river itself holds the feeblemind effect, so the bottled sample of the water would be completely benign. The river could hold the power, but removing the water might not immediately remove the effects. Perhaps for every day that the water is separate from the river, ...


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There are no specific rules concerning it one way or the other. You could rule that to get the same effects that the person would have to make an alchemy check to create a concoction that acts just like the water from the Styx, or that keeping the bottled Styx watter "fresh" requires a Alchemy check... But any way you go about incorporating similar affects ...


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Negate Dead Levels: Yes, for some. Skip Dead Levels: No, for all. Below are articles on WoTC Archives that "fix" the dead level issue. A couple of examples are given of each article. Dead Levels I (http://archive.wizards.com/default.asp?x=dnd/cwc/20061013a) Bard Rally Performance (Ex): Starting at 2nd level, a bard hones his skill as a public ...



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