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The four-pointed star used in D&D 4e powers is a unicode character: ✦ / ✦


Sep
5
revised Are there Pathfinder rules that restrict a new PCs magic item purchases?
removing [new-gm] as it is being used as a meta tag to indicate skill level, rather than describing critical content of the question: http://meta.rpg.stackexchange.com/questions/4869/burninate-new-gm-tag
Sep
5
revised How do intelligent enemies attack based on player threat?
removing [new-gm] as it is being used as a meta tag to indicate skill level, rather than describing critical content of the question: http://meta.rpg.stackexchange.com/questions/4869/burninate-new-gm-tag
Sep
5
revised What is Sasuke's base class?
removing [new-gm] as it is being used as a meta tag to indicate skill level, rather than describing critical content of the question: http://meta.rpg.stackexchange.com/questions/4869/burninate-new-gm-tag
Sep
5
revised A Game Board for D&D?
removing [new-gm] as it is being used as a meta tag to indicate skill level, rather than describing critical content of the question: http://meta.rpg.stackexchange.com/questions/4869/burninate-new-gm-tag
Sep
5
revised Blacksmithing and repair in D&D 4e?
removing [new-gm] as it is being used as a meta tag to indicate skill level, rather than describing critical content of the question: http://meta.rpg.stackexchange.com/questions/4869/burninate-new-gm-tag
Sep
5
revised Intelligent PC's and differing realms of knowledge
removing [new-gm] as it is being used as a meta tag to indicate skill level, rather than describing critical content of the question: http://meta.rpg.stackexchange.com/questions/4869/burninate-new-gm-tag
Sep
5
revised What happens to a wizard who loses his/her memory?
removing [new-gm] as it is being used as a meta tag to indicate skill level, rather than describing critical content of the question: http://meta.rpg.stackexchange.com/questions/4869/burninate-new-gm-tag
Sep
5
revised How do you rule halfling tossing as a combat action?
edited tags
Sep
4
revised How many spells does a cleric add to its repertoire at each level?
this wording seems to make more sense?
Sep
4
comment Can Wall of Stone be cast on dirt?
Ok, so I'll resubmit my request for clarification: if dirt alone is not okay, as given by the developer quote you provided, what is it that makes "dirt" okay as you say in the beginning of your answer (with quotes if that is significant)? Is it dirt with a rocky component, dirt with stone somewhere beneath, something else?
Sep
4
comment Can a paladin backstab a demon or such creatures?
What makes you suspect that sneaking and a good solid smiting is contrary to the Paladin's code? (We can't really make value judgements unless something's explicit; that's up to you, your table and your GM to interpret.) Are you asking broadly if the Paladin's code applies in the face of evil, or just with that specific stuff? E.g. are you asking if it's alright to do things to Evil creatures it would be totally not alright to do to Good ones, such as torture and other decidedly bad stuff?
Sep
4
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Does using “versatile” weapons with 2 hands disqualify them as “Monk Weapons”?
Sep
4
comment Does using “versatile” weapons with 2 hands disqualify them as “Monk Weapons”?
There are two different questions here, one in the title, the other (the opposite question, in fact, with an opposite answer) in the body. You might want to clarify which one you're saying 'no' to.
Sep
4
reviewed Leave Open Does a god machine doorway opening leave behind “spiritual” evidence?
Sep
4
revised Can Wall of Stone be cast on dirt?
the rest of the tweet trail is also helpful
Sep
4
comment How to add challenge to a RPG-like experience for a three year old
It's in part because GS/BS encourages drawing on experience. There's a vague suggestion in here, it isn't clear how we'd use it effectively, and it isn't clear that it will be effective - being able to speak from experience on the matter will clarify it being so.
Sep
3
revised Can Wall of Stone be cast on dirt?
added 22 characters in body
Sep
3
reviewed Close Comparing D&D mechanics between 2e and 5e
Sep
3
revised Does the dread necromancer gain any benefit from her familiar?
edited tags
Sep
3
comment Is Cape of the Mountebank's power really supposed to be a reaction?
The same language is used by immediate interrupt teleports, though. Consider the Sorcerer's Swift Escape (PHB2 142), which has a trigger of "You are hit by an area or close attack" and lets you teleport away a few squares. The idea is to teleport outside the range of the attack after the attack roll succeeds, leaving it unable to actually hit you so you're unharmed by it.