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Web Programmer. 4 player/DM. Have also run several games of Dread, and DMing several concurrent session of 5e. Relatively new to table top gaming but I'm a fast learner.


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revised How far do I need to be from a creature to be outside its reach?
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Jun
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reviewed Approve How far do I need to be from a creature to be outside its reach?
Jun
8
answered Does using Hypnotic Gaze end my Invisibility?
Jun
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answered Unearthed Arcana in Adventurers League
Jun
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comment Can You Concentrate Through a Long Rest?
ah, missed the bit in the last line there.
Jun
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comment Can You Concentrate Through a Long Rest?
Is there a reason you're quoting this wiki instead of the source books?
Jun
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comment How do weapon properties apply to double weapons?
Ah, I'll correct. The compendium definition of the double sword is reflected here I'll see if its errata or a misprint.
Jun
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comment Does reducing a roll change a critical?
are you familiar with 4e? A roll (Specifically, an attack roll) is defined as the d20+modifiers. A modifier to the roll does not affect what the d20 says.
Jun
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comment Does reducing a roll change a critical?
your example does in fact lead to a critical in 4e. Crits aren't crits in 4e only if you don't meet the target defense with the roll. There's nothing in the rules that allows for that kind of interpretation. And 4e is a pretty tightly defined combat system. A feather may only do 1 point of damage (or none, as it's not heavy enough to be an improvised weapon), but it'd still register a crit if it hit on a natural 20. The general rule isn't trumped here as the actual die (which is what triggers the crit) is not modified.
Jun
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comment Does reducing a roll change a critical?
You aren't modifying the die though. Your modifying the roll which is the result of the die and modifiers. Luckbender is basically just another modifier. A crit is still a crit with it.
Jun
2
comment What are techniques for getting a group together?
Hi and welcome to RPG.SE! This question, unfortunately, is too broad for us to answer with the level of detail that would actually be helpful. However, there are a great number of questions on this site already about getting started and getting a group together. Try rpg.stackexchange.com/questions/1232/… for starters. When you have a more specific question feel free to ask it! We try to deal with relatively narrow, answerable questions.
Jun
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revised Where can I find player available rituals for creating undead?
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Jun
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comment Half-elf dilettante using implement powers
@WashingtonPearce some implements are class specific for the purposes of feats and some powers (for instance "warlock implements" "sorcerer implements" are used) This means that the source of the implement proficiency must come from that class (or in the case of arcane implements, a class of that power source). However to use an implement with a specific power type, you don't need proficiency from any specific class (unless otherwise specified).
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answered Half-elf dilettante using implement powers
May
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answered The source of granted ongoing damage
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May
29
accepted Can you cast a spell at a higher level, even if it doesn't have an “At higher levels” entry?
May
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answered How do weapon properties apply to double weapons?
May
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revised Are there any documented rules about owning vanity pets in D&D?
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