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D&D is not a physics engine Some rules, because they seem to simulate little bits of reality, might give you the impression that this is major point of the game. However, D&D reality is very skewed in favour of making games and fantastical stories. Neither games, nor fantasy novels nor cinema pay much more than lip service to science-based reality. ...


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Mechanically, creatures that have fire immunity are only immune to fire. Fire immunity doesn't, by RAW, automatically allow a creature to easily traverse a desert without endurance, or heal when subjected to a fire-based attack (that would normally be a seperate ability). In terms of "super-heated plasma," the closest thing to this that a fire-immune ...


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By RAW, we have only this: Action: Creating a disguise requires 1d3×10 minutes of work. Using Alter Self or activating some effect on a magic armor to look different is one thing, to look exactly like someone else is a completely different matter. When you create an elaborate disguise, such mimicking the appearance of someone, you are not just using ...


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This... Shouldn't Happen The situation is that "a creature with multiple tentacles grappled me from 10' away, and [it] chose to maintain the distance instead of pulling me in." This must be a unique ability which you should detail to get more accurate answers. A creature that starts a grapple in D&D 3.5 just doesn't pull the grappled creature in. (Nor ...



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