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As long as it is internally consistent, then there is no error. When you build a monster, you pick the Proficiency bonus, attacks, defense, etc. Then based on those, the CR is set. According to the DM's guild the CR has nothing to do with the Proficiency Bonus, but rather the average of the offensive and defensive equivalent CRs. The DM's guide has some ...


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RAW, no. It's not quite true to just say it's up to DM discretion - everything is, of course, but since the rules don't say that you get spell-save ESP, then by default you don't. Also, by historical analogy to the earlier games 5e is more like (especially AD&D 1e/2e), no. The approach to spells in those was very cut and dried, they do what they do and ...


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This is left completely to DM discretion. The rules do not define when or if a creature in the fiction knows whether or not a save was succeeded. As such, it is up to the DM to determine whether a creature knows when it's relevant. Normally it's pretty obvious whether or not a spell worked, but when it's not (say a mind control spell where the creature ...


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The DC for a saving throw against a spell is 10 + the spell level + the caster's casting stat modifier + any other bonuses, such as the spell focus feat . This is stated in the class descriptions of each class that can cast spells. Flaming Sphere is no exception and I can't see why you'd think it would be. For example, if the spell was cast by a Wizard with ...



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