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In a word, no. I have some expertise in the world of Eberron, and I have a degree in electrical engineering, and I am quite confident in this. We have no reason to suspect transistors themselves would fail in Eberron I don’t agree that electricity necessarily behaves differently in D&D/Eberron than it does in real life. Magic electricity, maybe, ...


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Take a step back amd think what you're trying to do here. In a world where magic is the standard currency of power, you're thinking of adding a new power that cab accomplish what magic can, from a non-magical basis. In essence, you're doing what Eberron does, but in reverse. Mechanics wise, this is a huge advantage. It's like having a set of spells that ...


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You are operating under a misconception: lightning and electricity in Eberron (and most D&D worlds) does not work like it does in reality. This is to some degree just simplification; it would not be fun to have to pull out Maxwell's equations every time an electrical attack happened. But this simplification does have some rather important side-effects. ...


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Also see ways to prevent teleportation. Ways to prevent scrying Many countermeasures to the 4th-level Sor/Wiz spell scrying [div] (PH 274-5) and the 7th-level Sor/Wiz spell greater scrying [div] (PH 275) and other spells of the scrying subschool exist, but some of those countermeasures perform inadequately. The list below omits scrying countermeasures of ...



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