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I believe a person whose native language isn't your setting's variation of Common wouldn't translate any swear words into Common. (I'd certainly either swear as it's used in English or in non-translated Russian) For such a person I'd suggest something like the system I've used for my dwarf character (an expanded version): Swear object verb (halden) - it's ...


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In the Dungeon Master's Guide (pp. 267-268), there are rules for firearms, including future items (e.g., laser pistol, antimatter rifle and a laser rifle, along with modern weapons). Also explosives, including grenades. There are also rules on 'alien technology' in the DMG (pg 268) which is rules for a character figuring out how to use technology works. ...


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If you use trained dire bats as mounts, they have blindsense 40ft, meaning they can echolocate objects up to 40ft away even during fog, etc. (If you use dragons as mounts, the blindsense is 60ft. Also, dragons are much faster fliers.) D&D doesn't really have good cheap communication. Here are the options: Message: 0th-level spell, range 100ft, must ...


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The mount should have some sort of blindsight potion (or other rare-use equivalent), have endure elements as a custom magical item, and have a good survival and knowledge(geography) score, and mount and rider should have a ring of feather falling. For really hazardous routes, use animated undead flyers (wearing pink, just for good PR). The mount network's ...



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