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This question is in fact exactly the same as "how big is a 50 gp diamond?", because carat (weight) is directly proportional to a diamonds size, and the carat is most of the value of a diamond. To clarify, here the full formula for a diamonds mass in carat derived from its basic properties, variables first, constants last: \$M=d \times r^2 \times f \times \...


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The only grade required is that is that it be a gem, not merely a rock. If you would like to introduce lower grades of stone to your game, there's a way to do this with the existing crafting rules (Player's Handbook page 187). You can designate a diamond-in-the-rough as the raw material for crafting a cut diamond, with half the gp value. Add these uncut ...


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You're suffering a misconception. In the real world, gem size is an extremely important marker of value: the 4th 'C' that you missed, Carat. Unusually large gems are worth exponentially more than smaller ones of comparable quality. However, in D&D, all gems are measured by a single universal standard: their GP value. No version of D&D has ever gone ...


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No, it would not complete the spell properly. Casting a spell involves focusing the mystical energy to do what you want. As you allow the energy to flow through you, your esoteric intonations, your practiced gestures, and your carefully prepared bits of fluff and pinches of dusts all serve to focus the spell to its purpose, guiding its energies. When you ...


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You seem to be missing an important section of the class description for the Bard. Under the section titled "Spellcasting Ability" it states "Your magic comes from the heart and soul you pour into the performance of your music or oration." Also reading the description of vicious Mockery, it say you unleash a string of insults laced with subtle ...



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