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awarded  Popular Question
Oct
8
awarded  Yearling
Dec
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awarded  Nice Question
Oct
8
awarded  Yearling
Sep
20
awarded  Necromancer
Aug
25
comment Baleful polymorph on a dragon and spells with a somatic component
@Cthoc: OK, thus: In settings, where (some types of) dragons have the shapechanger subtype, they "can revert to its natural form as a standard action" Baleful Polymorph. This does not apply to Pathfinder, because just "several of the Metallic Dragons get Change shape as a supernatural ability and special quality" (Cthos) only, not as subtype. (Thanks to Cthos for pointing this out!)
Aug
25
revised Can I see through an open doorway?
improved formatting a little
Aug
25
revised Maid RPG Scenario?
added MaidRPG.com hyperlink
Aug
25
suggested approved edit on Can I see through an open doorway?
Aug
25
suggested approved edit on Maid RPG Scenario?
Aug
25
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Jun
12
awarded  Constituent
Jun
11
comment What rewards can compete with experience points?
Regarding your edit of middle-age-transportation-by-river: Thanks for the link! It had been suggested Burlak, which was linked by the Treideln-entry in the German Wikipedia, but that did not really carry the information presented at the German side. (If it was also you, who changed the link in the German Wiki: thanks for that too!)
Jun
11
awarded  Caucus
Jun
9
revised Middle age transportation by river questions
I found another method: warping (no, not Warp 8, but with anchors and ropes)
Apr
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awarded  Necromancer
Mar
22
comment Middle age transportation by river questions
@edgerunner Yes probably should do a translation, but probably also should finish my thesis...
Mar
20
awarded  Cleanup
Mar
20
comment Middle age transportation by river questions
@edgerunner: The German and English Wikipedia sites are quite different, therefore I would really prefer to keep the translated German version. I am in doubt whether the link from Treideln to Burlak is really right.
Mar
20
revised Middle age transportation by river questions
rolled back to a previous revision