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It's one step, not one. It doesn't make sense otherwise. Say you want to design a Turtle (for someone's familiar) with low HP and high AC. HP doesn't get lower than 1 (1d4-1) and you decide to give it AC 15 to represent its hard shell. Taking it through the calculation process, the HP says it's Defensive CR 0, but because the AC is 15, you should add 1, ...


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You can make this Goat part of your world's Folklore What you can do is create a new monster, per DMG p. 273-283, with a twist. What you are doing in this case is, since you are interested in this goat moving up as the PC moves up, is creating an "evolving" monster. You can grow the goat in the same way dragons increase in size and power as they age. ...


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According to the page 110 of Dungeon master's guide, creatures built with non elite ability scores array get HP equal to the 1/2 HD on their 1st HD while those built with elite array get full HP. Creatures in Monster Manual are typically built with average ability scores because they are average creatures of their race/type but pregenerated NPCs in Dungeon ...


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You're looking for Magnimar, which is a Large city located roughly 50 miles south of Sandpoint. You've asked: "Are there any other avenues to bring someone back from the dead?" Common avenues include: the reincarnate spell, which is cheaper and lower-level, but can alter your physical stats the breath of life spell, which only works if you cast it within ...


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First talk to the other players, determine how you would like to see this resolved, then talk to the DM one on one. What this NPC is doing is taking control of the story and making it all about them, rather than the party. This is anathema to roleplaying, because players want to star in their own story rather than watch one unfold between them. And when ...


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There is nothing inherently wrong with extremely powerful and jerkass characters. Most scenarios actually have these in canon in form of deities or sentient high-level monsters. The question is how these characters are used. They can be useful as: Villains (if not confronted directly) Questgivers (can't do everything on their own) Neutral NPCs which need ...


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Looking at your first quote, it appears to be from the d20 PFSRD site, rather than the PRD. The PRD states: Furthermore, if a spell has dangerous consequences, the spellcaster will certainly require proof that you can and will pay for dealing with any such consequences (that is, assuming that the spellcaster even agrees to cast such a spell, which isn't ...


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There is an inherent presumption in D&D 5 that monsters are monsters and characters are characters and never the twain shall meet. However, if you are willing to go where angels fear to tread ... My suggestion is that you create a race (Giant Goat) using the guidelines starting on p.285 of the Dungeon Masters Guide and give your goat a class. If you ...



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