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Mar
30
revised Can Greyhawk's dragons seriously not write?
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Mar
30
comment Did a weapon like this ever exist in real life?
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it is about real-world history research with no relation to RPG expertise. See our on-topic help, specifically the heading "This is not the right site for questions about". This should instead be asked on History.
Mar
29
revised Porting dragon subdual rules from AD&D 1e to D&D 5e?
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Mar
29
revised Can one cast an area spell from a familiar?
don't sign your posts; they're already signed by your user info.
Mar
29
revised How to handle players who make unmotivated characters
lowercasing Fate as it's no longer all-capped as of a few versions before Fate Core, the version the asker is using
Mar
29
revised How to handle players who make unmotivated characters
Fate has been written as a single non-capitalised word for a few years now, especially with Fate Core.
Mar
28
reviewed Close Do you lose or keep your experience when you lose levels?
Mar
27
revised What skills do you get when pass an advancement roll?
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Mar
24
revised Does getting information about a monster in combat take an action?
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Mar
24
revised Does the Blink spell break grapples?
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Mar
24
comment Different types of AC in RP
If you're looking for the various ways games handle physical damage (and the avoidance of it), this is far too broad. There are several thousand RPG systems, and no two games I've played have handled the concept of physical damage quite the same way (except those that derive themselves from D&D). You may be better off just reading some other RPGs! We can also talk about this in chat once you have 20 rep.
Mar
23
revised How Many Sorcery Points Should This Homebrew Metamagic Cost?
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Mar
21
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Mar
21
comment What size could be a gigantic water Pokémon?
A creature big enough to be mistaken for an island is already bigger than the biggest earth mammal currently alive‌​, and beyond that you're asking about a pokemon. Realism is kinda off the table here. What you might be concerned with is how big you can make it before you break immersion, which I don't think is something we can have a definite answer for. If you want a strict anatomical calculation for how big a whale can get, you might want to seek out Biology or Worldbuilding something.
Mar
21
comment What size could be a gigantic water Pokémon?
What kind of answer are you expecting beyond "the size of an island (pick whatever size of island you want) or like twice as big so you only see part of it"? Calculating wailord sizes based on a certain exposed shape is not really in our site's purview nor do I see it being necessary for an RPG. "It's big, it's really huge" and descriptions of how huge usually do more for anyone than kilometer and metre measurements of anatomy.
Mar
20
revised Crazy super-senses: all five or just one?
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Mar
20
revised How do natural reach and the feat Snap Shot work together?
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Mar
19
comment What does the rending weapon property do?
Could you let us know which part of the rules describes this? A page reference and heading would help future visitors learn what's going on there. Imagine if they're just as oblivious as you were a few minutes ago, or just want to learn more. Or, heck, on that note: imagine what position you were in an hour ago. Someone giving you this answer probably would've been subpar and you'd have a lot of questions remaining. What would you want in that answer to make it excellent? Put that in this answer for others in your position in the future.
Mar
18
comment How would I model a vast range of levels of power in Fate Core?
The asker has some questions highlighted in their... question... about how to handle this very same scale system, which it would be a good idea to address: "I've read the Fate Scaling rules, which seem like they could be a decent start, but I'm curious about how standard character advancement would function with using scaling as "levels." Would "ranking up" in total power level be determined by the GM, or the total point values of the characters, as in D&D? Would I have to degrade player's capabilities when that happens to smooth out the progression?"
Mar
17
reviewed Reopen Kobold character for Kingmaker Pathfinder adventure