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D&D is not a combat simulator All games make compromises between playability and simulation. Chess, for example, falls on the side of playability while the simulators the Air Force uses to train their pilots fall on the side of simulation. As war games go, D&D is simulation light, playability heavy - tending more towards Chess than an F-16 ...


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Use Disadvantage and Skill Checks There's no need to house-rule this. DnD 5e is already set up to deal with these types of circumstances. The DMG suggests that you impose disadvantage when you feel it is appropriate and to make skill checks when there's a chance for failure. So, just like a player would need a skill check to do a backflip mid-combat, you ...


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Can I add links to various SRDs in the document? Yes, you almost certainly can. The D20 PFSRD does it all the time. If you add a copyright notice according to section 6 of the OGL, there shouldn't be anything objectionable. Quoting or not quoting text from other OGL content Again, according to section 6, you need to add a copyright notice. Then you should ...



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