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Jul
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comment What happened in the Forgotten Realms between 3.5 and 4e?
Also Abeir and Toril got together again and swapped some lands if I recall correctly. Elminster's still alive too but not quite as powerful anymore.
Jul
25
revised How to organize my 3.X collection based on WotC's internal numbering system?
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revised How to organize my 3.X collection based on WotC's internal numbering system?
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Jul
25
answered How to organize my 3.X collection based on WotC's internal numbering system?
Jul
22
comment Wait for The Void or get Chthonian Stars?
Me too, they've had the worse luck with publishers. This is the 3rd one to flake out on them now!
Jul
22
answered Wait for The Void or get Chthonian Stars?
Jul
21
comment Is it possible to play an Epic D&D3.5/Pathfinder campaign with a non-magic hero?
I've seen this in campaigns too for magic. Epic creatures tend to have crazy high SR and saves plus tons of immunities/resistances. The fighter in the group actually got more action then the spellcasters.
Jul
15
comment What were the stats on the original Oso la Fez?
But also awesome!
Jul
14
comment How are feats determined for creatures with hit dice and class levels?
I wonder if the Advanced Race Guide due out next year will provide more clarification? I thought there was some discussion in the core about playing non-standard races (although not sure about races with extra HD)
Jul
14
comment How to kill a troll in D&D 3.5?
True, but if the woods has that many good-aligned denizens they should be willing to help out probably negating the need for the party to commence on fire crazed tactics (or assisting the party if they are chaotic, fire is a natural process after all!)
Jul
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Jul
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comment What RPGs treat magic as being common?
Also all their high tech stuff is technically powered by magic. Mind-destroying magic but magic nonetheless!
Jun
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Jun
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comment What RPGs treat magic as being common?
@Sorcerer I was going to disagree with you but then I remember that races like gnomes and halflings get spell-like abilities as racial abilities so they are inherently magical at least in D&D3x/Pathfinder. That and practically half the threats to the common folk are magical.
Jun
27
comment Why use “creative commons” for RPG material?
+1 I didn't realize OGL was not D20-centric!
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answered How can I improve my ability to react to spontaneous events in Star Wars: Saga Edition?