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Only gods and angels can speak Supernal so that all may understand. Your quote is from the Dungeon Master's Guide (page 171) then re-phrased by the Rules Compendium (a more up-to-date version of the rules), which actually says this: The gods have their own language, Supernal, which they share with their angelic servants. When a god or angel speaks ...


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Many spells that produce minions include text that specifies what the critters do if not specifically commanded otherwise. Summon Monster I, for example, says that creatures not otherwise commanded will attack the caster's enemies to the best of their ability. Ghoul Army has no such text. As a result, the ghouls and ghast created by Ghoul Army are under no ...


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Use actual alternate languages, via automated translation software. Here is a chart I put together for a game I was in, based on what people had already chosen to use at various points. (The chart shows the same sentence translated into each language.) Except for Dwarven, which was based on Skyrim's Dragon Language, everyone just plugged what they wanted ...


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I've seen this addressed with specific software (a .php chat) allowing people to use tags to encase the spoken part. The result of someone writing between [elven]TEXT[/elven] would be something on the lines of (Elven) "TEXT". Using a different color to make the (Elven) part strike out from the rest of the description would be nice. One advantage of this ...



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