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revised What are the big differences between the D&D editions?
Removed "focus on roleplay" - the clarifying information explaining what that means stands just fine on its own
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comment What are the big differences between the D&D editions?
@GMNoob If you've played it, go ahead and update it. ;)
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awarded  Announcer
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answered What factors contribute to the claim that reality is limited to levels 6 and below?
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awarded  Curious
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on What can I use in place of Fudge Dice?
Jun
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comment How can I help players' bookkeeping as a GM?
Err, I think process matters. A ton. I understand why you'd care about tracking tests in BW — the "simulation," the challenge, the incentives they create — but how I chose to track them procedurally made a huge difference in play. Likewise, I totally get why having your stuff weigh you down can be interesting and relevant, but I'd never use PF's by-the-pound system because it's a lot of tedious counting and tracking but produces fictional results worse than "eyeballing" methods. Bad procedures are still a huge drag, even if we have perfect accord about the importance of their outputs.
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awarded  Nice Answer
May
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revised What's the difference between a roleplaying game and a board game?
improved formatting
May
26
revised What's the difference between a roleplaying game and a board game?
formatting cleanup, plus a few word choice changes that I think help clarity
May
26
revised What's the difference between a roleplaying game and a board game?
attempting to integrate comments into answer
May
23
revised How reliable are dice rolling programs?
minor grammar fixup
May
22
comment How should I handle retconning (or not) a session with a drunk player and character deaths?
I wouldn't worry about undoing the session signalling any kind of social approval. "You kinda ruined our fun last time, Steve, so I'm giving the group the option of a redo if we don't want to mess about with the lingering consequences."
May
22
comment How should I handle retconning (or not) a session with a drunk player and character deaths?
@JoeZitzelberger ◔̯◔ That's a feature of your group, not the hobby.
May
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awarded  Nice Answer
May
19
revised When a wizard is damaged below zero hit points from lethal damage, does he lose the spells that he has prepared?
added quote and link
May
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answered When a wizard is damaged below zero hit points from lethal damage, does he lose the spells that he has prepared?
May
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on How do you determine the challenge rating of an encounter in 4e?