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Apr
10
answered Can a D&D Necromancer be of a good alignment?
Mar
31
comment How can I offer players a balanced opportunity to take powerful races, without adjusting their level?
@medivh - But if Everyone is getting free levels, it should balance out (to the limitations of normal game balance). It'd be like starting the campaign at level 4, but requiring everyone took 3 levels of racial stats.
Mar
29
awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
28
answered How to get players to survive this particular battle?
Mar
26
comment Can an attack made while falling be treated as set against charge?
Agreed - I suppose you could choose not to attack, but I don't know how you could attack without moving very fast when the movement is forced.
Mar
26
comment What are the advantages of AD&D over D&D3?
+1 for point out different style vs "better".
Mar
26
comment Does D&D 3.5 DM material contain information applicable for Pathfinder GMs?
Semi-answer: if you're looking for practical advice, I'd suggest DMG2 from 3.5, rather than the DMG. DMG2 had a lot more advice in it IMHO.
Mar
25
awarded  Necromancer
Mar
24
answered Betrayed by my GM; how can I respond?
Mar
21
comment Large creature with reach weapon, how does sunder work?
@apacay That's a standard part of the AoO rules, though. Shooting a ranged weapon provokes AoO, for instance. It just doesn't matter if no-one's close enough to take advantage of it. Same here.
Mar
19
comment D&D high-difficulty / technical character build suggestions
@KRyan I'll agree that the casters are generally better-served single-class, but you don't have to stray too far into the splat-books to find caster-friendly prestiges. Radiant Servant for clerics, for example, is pretty much just Cleric+.
Mar
19
answered D&D high-difficulty / technical character build suggestions
Mar
19
comment What is the optimal way to design a well balanced party
+1 for an option that's not "print out the CharOp boards".
Mar
17
answered What should a GM do about players using magic in unforeseen game-breaking ways?
Mar
13
comment What is “the d20 bust,” and what does “post-d20 game” mean?
Another part of the bust was that since it was so easy (and inexpensive) to create "D20" material, there was a lot of bad material being created to cash in. (To say "poorly tested" is to give them far too much credit). The bust also included all those companies (incl. the good ones) having trouble when players stopped buying 3rd party material.
Mar
12
answered Removing XP as a requirement to level
Mar
8
awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
7
answered How to deal with players asking for an “infodump”
Mar
5
awarded  Enlightened
Mar
3
awarded  Necromancer