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All characters in 4e are magic. The how of these things is up to you and you group to decide. 4e relies on a tight balance to make things fun, keep roles distinct and keep everyone at approximately the same general power level. Tweaking things because of in universe justifications that make different assumptions than the game's design can have unforseen ...


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Wish removes it by making it not happen when you leave The effect referred to is discovering that time has passed at a different rate while you were gone. Wish can be used to remove the effect of time passing at a different rate while in the Feywild — it doesn't remove the effect when it isn't affecting the creatures, after they've left the Feywild. Once ...


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No such option exists. In part because what you are asking for is not a single rule, but multiple changes that all unbalance the game's items and character powers. 4e sacrifices the simulationism of previous editions in favor of tactical gameplay and fine-tuned balance. If you and your players have issue with its lack of verisimilitude you'd probably be ...


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All of the above, and then some. I believe the intent of the "Wish" addendum is actually that it be cast before or during the excursion to the Feywild causing the time to pass at the same rate for those individuals. The metaphysics of that only happening for a handful of people screws with my head a bit but it seems to be the least complicated mechanical ...


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In general, 3.5 and Pathfinder are extremely similar systems. For the most part, rule-changes will probably just work as-is, or work about as well as they did in 3.5. I’ll discuss various aspects of the systems below, with bold used to indicate places where more care is required. Changes that will strongly affect the application of 3.5-based rule-changes ...


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The way I read it, the wish spell makes time pass at the same rate. So 4 years in the Feywild equals 4 years in their regular realm. So the question is, does the party know at which rate time is going compared to theirs in the Feywild? After all, I wouldn't change it if I gained a huge amount of exp and got to go back to my regular life after only a little ...



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