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Many years dnd player. Mainly 3.5, but Next playtesting shows some promise.

Running a game of E6 now.


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revised Do touch-range spells create an attack of opportunity?
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answered Do touch-range spells create an attack of opportunity?
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comment Immediate actions during other actions
@HeyICanChan off the top of my head, no. I'd take a look in those parts of DMG and PHB that deal with the game flow, but I don't have the books at the moment.
Oct
24
comment Immediate actions during other actions
@HeyICanChan Yes. Nothing happens until announced by DM.
Oct
23
comment Immediate actions during other actions
@HeyICanChan I'm afraid we're having a slight confusion here over an in-universe action and an out-of-universe action resolution mechanic. Attacking is either hitting or missing, sure; making a roll is just that, rolling a die. Off the top of my head there's nothing in rulebook about that, but it is obvious for any sane person that there IS a finite, greater than zero, noticeable and measurable interval of time between player announcing the attack roll result and GM announcing the attack outcome. Is my point clearer now?
Oct
22
comment Immediate actions during other actions
@HeyICanChan There actually is. You roll and you announce your attack result, at which point (in the middle of attack roll resolution, sure) the attack's outcome is already determined BUT you don't yet know what it is, since DM didn't yet told if the attack hit. And that's before we factor in miss chances, immediate actions of the defender, et cetera.
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comment Living forever in D&D (via spells)?
Missed the "doesn't fix death from old age" part.
May
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comment Living forever in D&D (via spells)?
Well, about this 2-hd business. Revivify spell from Miniatures Handbook (Cleric5, Healer5) is a resurrection without attached hd or con loss. It has other drawbacks, though.
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