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


Sep
5
revised What are the main differences and similarities between Pathfinder and RuneQuest?
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Sep
5
revised Mixed non-native speakers trying RPGs for the first time
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Sep
5
revised What to buy to start out 4e D&D (DM and PC) (Complete Noob, no previous experience)
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Sep
5
revised Creating a Racial Template (DnD 3.5)
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Sep
5
revised How to gather ritual components in a low-treasure campaign
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Sep
5
revised Refining and Building a Character/Class Concept
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Sep
5
revised How can I tune encounter difficulty appropriately in D&D Essentials?
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Sep
5
revised Where does the damage bonus for the level 1 pre-gen characters come from?
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Sep
5
revised Manage a player character suffering amnesia?
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Sep
5
revised Are there Pathfinder rules that restrict a new PCs magic item purchases?
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Sep
5
revised How do intelligent enemies attack based on player threat?
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Sep
5
revised What is Sasuke's base class?
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Sep
5
revised A Game Board for D&D?
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Sep
5
revised Blacksmithing and repair in D&D 4e?
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Sep
5
revised Intelligent PC's and differing realms of knowledge
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Sep
5
revised What happens to a wizard who loses his/her memory?
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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
revised Can Wall of Stone be cast on dirt?
the rest of the tweet trail is also helpful
Sep
3
revised Can Wall of Stone be cast on dirt?
added 22 characters in body