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My question: Is this possible? Yes, it's possible, whether or not the fiend and the god/goddess get along. There is no RAW prohibition from the multiclass, no matter how awkward it looks. From a purely RAW standpoint, I don't think that Warlocks can lose their powers, but would his good deity even bother with someone who sold their soul to a ...


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Talk to your GM and figure this out together. There is nothing in the RAW that explains what happens when a Warlock no longer does what his patron wants, this is up to the GM. On the other hand, clerics are bound to receive their powers anew from their god once they spend the spell slot. Two obvious ways in which this can be handled is that either your ...


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I had a problem coming up with an area in Faerun that I could confirm wasn't already detailed in some other publication, not wanting to conflict with canonical lore that has been previously established. To work around this, I decided on using the current events of the 5e game to my advantage. The Sundering, that is the joining of Abeir and Toril, has ...


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Sadly, my D&D books are in storage so I'm going off of memory here: In the Dungeon Masters Guide 3.5, there is a chapter dealing with other planes of being; one of those planes is the central plane around which all the other planes are arranged as though they are the spokes of a wheel. If I remember correctly, on this plane time flows differently from ...


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First of all, you don't need any rules precedent to integrate time travel into your campaign, as D.M. its your prerogative to add any feature into your world that you please. That being said, there is some precedent that is applicable in this situation! In the source book The Plane Above - The Secrets of the Astral Sea we get a direct, although short, ...


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What was the cloak tower before it disappeared? Where was it? Where did it go? What happened to the mages? I think those questions were left open on purpose, so that each DM could fit the answer to their personal campaign. It fills the same slot as asking "what caused the Day of Mourning" on Eberron. If the tower is based on something from previous ...



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