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Software Developer by day.

Husband, Father, avid gamer by night.


Mar
23
awarded  Critic
Mar
23
awarded  Autobiographer
Mar
14
accepted What are the rules for forced movement into and out of water and flying?
Mar
13
awarded  Nice Question
Mar
11
comment What are the rules for forced movement into and out of water and flying?
Your answer to #1 makes sense, but I don't think any of the others are supported by the rules you quoted. Maybe I'm missing something? I'm also unclear on the definition of "earthbound" -- Unable to fly or not currently flying?
Mar
11
asked What are the rules for forced movement into and out of water and flying?
Mar
11
accepted How can my party be effective without a dedicated healer?
Mar
9
comment How can my party be effective without a dedicated healer?
I wasn't referring to the player attitude so much as the character attitudes. My party likes our PC's to have a personality, and our fighter has a very reckless one. I really don't think that is going to be a big issue, I just threw the question our there. And it's funny you mention that, my cleric actually WAS our fighter's personal healer! (our backgrounds intersect and we worshiped the same deity)
Mar
9
comment How can my party be effective without a dedicated healer?
@Quinn Murphy edited the OP to include that information.
Mar
9
revised How can my party be effective without a dedicated healer?
added 247 characters in body
Mar
9
accepted Dazing as an opportunity attack or readied action
Mar
9
revised How can my party be effective without a dedicated healer?
added 1 characters in body
Mar
9
comment How can my party be effective without a dedicated healer?
I did mean warlord. Fixed.
Mar
9
asked How can my party be effective without a dedicated healer?
Mar
8
comment Dazing as an opportunity attack or readied action
Thanks for the update and analysis of other options. Regarding your question, we treat those situations normally because they are intended to negate conditions before they take effect, as opposed to the situation I described where it's a simple tactical decision that can negate the effect.
Mar
8
comment Dazing as an opportunity attack or readied action
I get that (and honestly I agree with you). However, the majority of my party feels differently and I am trying to find a logical compromise.
Mar
8
revised GMing for [dis]abled players, specifically blind players?
added 213 characters in body
Mar
8
answered GMing for [dis]abled players, specifically blind players?
Mar
8
awarded  Commentator
Mar
8
comment Dazing as an opportunity attack or readied action
I see your point. However readying an attack only to have it not trigger is a little less punishing than expending a power and having it do next to nothing.