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In its core, L5R 4th was marketed as "L5R your way". A lot of the rules are written deliberately in way, that they are open to interpretation. So there is no hard and fast rule for your problem, but there can be taken a case for both ways. 1) if your movement is reduced at any point of your move, then you suffer the full reduction. 2) you only suffer the ...


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I only have a basic understanding of the principles of stone sculpting and any insights are appreciated. Use your imagination. What do you want it to look like? D&D 5e is not reality simulation, nor does it attempt to be. Difficult terrain is ground that is hard to walk on, an area where you are slowed down by trying to move through it. This ...



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