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A set of errata for D&D 5e was published in June 2015, directly to a news article from which it can be downloaded: D&D Errata for the Player's Handbook. The direct link to the PDF is here. Along with this, the Basic 5e D&D pdfs have been updated which can be found at the D&D Basic Rules web site.


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Market price for the druid's vestment is 10,000 gp. The 2012 printing of the Dungeon Master's Guide gives the druid's vestment market price in both table and text as 10,000 gp, unlike the Dungeon Master's Guide (2003), wherein the druid's vestment is listed in the table as having a market price of 3,750 gp but in the text as having a market price of 10,000 ...


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All errata for 3.5 can be found here. However, the errata for the Dungeon Master’s Guide does not mention the druid’s vestment specifically. What it does mention is that, if a table does not match the text of an item’s specific entry, you should favor the text (known as “text-trumps-table” in 3.5 circles). Thus, the druid’s vestment officially costs 10,000 ...


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Does this mean the players spend all intended hit dice for healing and then benefit from song of rest? [...] I believe you are looking at this the wrong way and, thereby, make the feature more unwieldy then it is. At the end of a short rest you can recover hit points by spending Hit Dice. I quote from Short Rest on page 186 of the PHB: [...] A ...


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During a short rest, hit dice are only ever spent at the end. The Song is first, then the healing from rest and hit dice, then the Song applies to those who healed with hit dice. The point of the errata is that the hitpoints gained at the end of the rest must have (at least in part) come from resting (and hence a hit die), as opposed to healing via spell or ...


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Impossible to prove a negative, but... No At the very least, the official 3.5 errata archive does not list any, nor have I heard of any. From various discussions I have been a part of, it does not seem that Wizards of the Coast had very high priority for most of the translations, and most of them appear to have been sourced out, rather than done in house. ...


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It was not updated with the errata It is really hard to prove a negative, but the most recent official document (which insider is not) states that it was changed to no action. So the Insider is wrong, and a hybrid Paladin|Fighter makes sense now.



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