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The solution somewhat depends on what the other players are using the "downtime" for. If they are all pushing for short rests between combats to use their hit dice for healing, then a Cleric of the Life Domain is particularly good. In terms of mass healing for cheap, you might consider a single level of druid, or two levels of Ranger, with remaining ...


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The rules were different in First Edition. The character sheet you're referencing dates to first edition Vampire: the Masquerade and Werewolf: the Apocalypse sourcebooks — A World of Darkness and Rage across Russia. Humanity 0 in those days could be used for sociopaths and the truly inhumane, rather than wights. You'll see anomalies like that all over the ...


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Depends on the situation. There are two things to consider. The target rationalizes any illogical outcomes from interacting with the phantasm. For example. a target attempting to walk across a phantasmal bridge that spans a chasm falls once it steps onto the bridge. and The target can use its action to examine the phantasm with an Intelligence (...


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Depends on the intelligence of the orc. For example, if the orc can see the caster manipulating the illusion, it may be intelligent enough to put two and two together. However, it's just a big, dumb grunt then I imagine it'll likely assume the wolf is real and try to defend against it or attack it. It would also depend on whether the caster causes the ...


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It depends on the victim and the circumstances. Consider the following: 1) How intelligent is the target of the spell; 2) How out-of-place is the circumstance (cyclone indoors? earthquake on a ship?); 3) How long has the illusion been in effect (My axe went straight through it?!) For your Orc situation, they are reasoning creatures if not particularly well-...



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