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[First off: if you have an INT of 20, you have a +5 modifier, not a +4. So a 4th level wizard with an INT of 20 can prepare 9 spells, not 8. Now on to the main question.] You may be thinking in terms of 3.5e style preparation rather than 5e. In 5e, you don't have to match spells to spell slots when preparing them. A 4th level wizard with INT 20 can prepare ...


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The Ritual move gives you all you ask for already! Have the player tell you what they would like to achieve: gaining the ability to breathe fire permanently or temporary, or enchanting an item to grant them the ability to breathe fire, or whatever. If the players' indications are not clear enough, ask questions and use the answers! Then, with your players ...


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Hypnotic Gaze is not a spell, nor is it an attack. It's an effect granted by a class feature. By RAW it does not cause invisibility to end. However, since it's like a spell and affects another creature in a similar manner to a spell, DMs would be well within bounds to rule that using that ability would end invisibility (this should come with a warning prior ...


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Your instinctive reaction was to go with the "lesser version, limited (but not unreliable)" with some other options. That's okay, but generally not the best option, since it seems to come from a desire of keeping the game in control and balanced, which might not lead to most interesting game. First, consider if you have already established something in the ...


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If the object is an amulet or ring, it must be worn to have effect, while staves, wands, and weapons must be held in one hand. Source (PFSRD) Unfortunately no. And It doesn't matter whether is stays in the sheath or not, as long as you're holding it.


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In 5th edition, the list of spells you can prepare and the set of spell slots you get are independent things. You can prepare any 8 spells that you know. You could prepare 8 first level spells. Or 8 second level spells (don't do that). When you cast a spell, it can be any of those 8, and you choose a spell slot to cast it with. When a spell is prepared, ...



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