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Jun
18
revised What's a good random dungeon generator for D&D 3.5?
burninating [random]. http://meta.rpg.stackexchange.com/questions/5615/any-objections-to-burninating-the-random-tag
Jun
18
revised What ever happened to rolling for stats, encountering class trainers, etc?
burninating [random]. http://meta.rpg.stackexchange.com/questions/5615/any-objections-to-burninating-the-random-tag
Jun
18
revised Replacement for a Samurai Mount in a Dungeon-Crawler
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Jun
18
revised What is a fair trade for a Paladin's mount in exchange for alternate abilities, feats, and skills, in dungeons and dragons 3.5?
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Jun
18
comment How do the Checks and Balances work in Mutants and Masterminds 3 and DC Adventures?
@MCHambone The ambiguity Miniman was getting at was just that "RAI" stands for two completely different things, Rules As Intended and Rules As Interpreted. You needed only expand your acronym to the full words, I believe. The current version is helpful nevertheless.
Jun
18
revised How do the Checks and Balances work in Mutants and Masterminds 3 and DC Adventures?
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Jun
18
revised How do I hint at events outside the scope of the current quest?
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18
revised How do I hint at events outside the scope of the current quest?
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Jun
17
revised How do I hint at events outside the scope of the current quest?
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Jun
17
revised How do I hint at events outside the scope of the current quest?
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Jun
17
comment How can I tell how powerful an NPC is without being explicitly told?
Link-only answers don't make for good answers on Stack Exchange. We encourage answers to actually answer the question independently of their links, which usually means extracting the key information from that link and citing it. This is partly because of link rot, partly so that people get shown straight-up what the solution is instead of having to poke around in links. Imagine if the link goes dead tomorrow: what do you need to include in this answer for it to not be totally useless? You may want to summarise the other answer: what part is relevant?
Jun
17
revised How do I hint at events outside the scope of the current quest?
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Jun
17
reviewed Leave Closed My PCs have a plan that will get them all killed; how and why should I save them?
Jun
17
revised How do you make loremaster characters more than just a GM mouthpiece?
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Jun
17
revised I keep forgetting about lighting in the heat of a session. How do I remember my notes?
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Jun
17
revised Does magic armor stack with a magic shield?
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Jun
17
revised Who can charge a ring of storing?
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Jun
17
comment How long can a conflict statement be?
Hi Ben, the comments I left on your other answer apply here too - this should be a comprehensive answer to the question. This is because we're a Q&A site, rather than any kind of discussion forum (I see from your informed badge you've seen our tour, so thanks), so inter-post discussion doesn't really exist. We need answers to genuinely be comprehensive answers.
Jun
17
comment Whose actions can I narrate in Polaris?
Hi Ben, while we welcome designer answers, our policy is that answers should answer the question independently. That means this answer should still be a full helpful answer even if Longspeak's answer disappears. In the link I provided, AlexP provides some guidance on summarising other answers if you feel you'd just be repeating them. An answer that's just "this other answer is right" plus some minor additions doesn't quite pass our standards.
Jun
17
comment Should the Mistaken be Secretly Colluding with the Moons?
Rather than saying your source is a published statement (which means you could be just anybody, working off a statement posted somewhere that's gone unlinked), it would be more useful to outright say you are the designer.