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comment How can a wizard research spells from his list on his own without expending money?
Came here to say basically this. I could go to the home store for some 2X4s for my next project, or I could chop down, mill, and age the tree into lumber. One way costs much more per board, the other costs almost nothing but requires astronomical levels of time. And as always, make the "gathering stuff" quests somehow related to the overall campaign's story and you get lots of opportunity to throw hooks at the party.
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reviewed No Action Needed What would it take to enchant a pet rock?
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reviewed Leave Closed How can a creature using a weapon bypass DR X/—?
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answered How do I help my players stay engaged (with the game and each other) at the table?
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answered How can I implement Cinematic Fencing (à la “The Princess Bride”)?
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reviewed Leave Open How to make attacks deal ability damage?
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answered How do I keep a player engaged whose starship pilot doesn't get to go on away missions?
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reviewed Edit Can druids take multiple animals companions?
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changed "u" to "you", grammar fix
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reviewed Close Player at my table thinks fire sorcerer (Brass dragon type) is underpowered vs melee
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comment How to create reusable (or very cheap) 3D dungeons?
When we have a multi-story thing, we separate the stories as appropriate. However, in the cases where a fight involves something like a staircase, we use empty dice containers (clear plastic) to hold up the upper level, while still allowing for tactical movement/measurements.
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answered How to create reusable (or very cheap) 3D dungeons?
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answered Can a Mage find someone on a map?