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So 4e has this problem with combats devolving into long slogs of whittling away at colossal HP totals. There are a number of commonly-suggested improvements, but ultimately as a highly-tactical, rules-heavy game, combat is the emphasis of 4e and it tends to take quite a bit of time even when you do everything you can to limit that. In addition to these ...


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Per Raw, there is no answer. I would guess RaI that yes they can. If a spell must be maintained with concentration, that fact appears in its Duration entry, and the spell specifies how long you can concentrate on it. Page 203 PHB You physically cannot concentrate on the spell any longer than that, which implies that there would be some form of ...


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Spellcasters would probably keep up with the spell time for shorter spells, such as a minute long spell. However, a spell requiring a longer time would probably not be able to exactly tell the time for a spells life. If the character has a particularly good memory, or has taken then keen mind feat, it could explain them timing themselves, but for casters ...



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