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I would say that human commoners would likely not know of this trait. However. since the rules say that elves do not sleep but instead enter a "trance-like" meditative state then anyone who has adventured with elves or even spent a small amount of time exposed to elven society would be aware of this fact. Recalling that information when it's needed and ...


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No, per July 2016 Sage Advice, in a roundabout fashion. In the linked SA Jeremy rules that disintegrating a Half-Orc precludes Relentless Endurance, because disintegrate drops target to 0HP the secondary effect--turning to dust--happens now, before any Relentless Endurance comes into play this is when Relentless Endurance would kick in, but now target's ...


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It does says you get to use it only once per day, and that's it: Drow Magic. … When you reach 5th level, you can also cast the darkness spell once per day. The errata for the PHB clarifies further that “once per day” means only once between long rests.


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Once per Long Rest The Player's Handbook Errata clarifies this, reading: Drow Magic (p. 24). Here “once per day” means you must finish a long rest to cast the spell again with the trait This is a point that has come up across all three books, where 'once per day' has almost universally been clarified to mean 'once per long rest'. Somewhat ...


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Once per long rest as racial trait. When you are level 5 or above you can use the darkness spell once per long rest as racial trait. If your class allows you to cast darkness, you can do so with your spell slots. The racial trait: [...] When you reach 5th level, you can also cast the darkness spell once per day. [...] There was an errata which ...



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