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Mar
19
awarded  Enlightened
Mar
19
awarded  Nice Answer
Feb
24
comment Can I hide easter eggs in my spells?
As I said, no, there isn't any published precedent for it that I know of, but it shouldn't matter much.
Feb
23
revised Can I hide easter eggs in my spells?
added 4 characters in body
Feb
23
revised Can I hide easter eggs in my spells?
Added examples.; added 47 characters in body
Feb
23
revised Can I hide easter eggs in my spells?
Added examples.
Feb
23
answered Can I hide easter eggs in my spells?
Feb
1
awarded  Yearling
Nov
18
comment What ways are there to magically enforce an agreement?
I'll stick to what the SRD can show, and leave finding a specific variant on the basic geas as an exercise to the reader.
Nov
18
comment What ways are there to magically enforce an agreement?
Killing one of the parties of the agreement would sound like a great way to break an agreement. You have to leave a way out, or it's just no fun, story-wise.
Nov
17
answered What ways are there to magically enforce an agreement?
Nov
10
revised Are there rules for called shots in D&D 4e?
removed generic tag.
Nov
3
comment Are druids, rangers and elves opposed to the more “civilized” people?
I've made some serious edits to your questions to make it clearer, and hopefully get more answers. If you feel I've changed too much or missed your point, feel free to revert my changes (press the "edited (time) ago" link over my name)
Nov
3
revised Are druids, rangers and elves opposed to the more “civilized” people?
MASSIVE salvage operation underway.
Nov
3
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
1
awarded  Good Answer
Oct
30
awarded  Pundit
Oct
29
comment Creating an easily-defeatable dragon
Are you set on the encounter bring withnthe dragon itself? How about matching them with one of the dragon's servants or underlings, and keeping the dragon for later as a long-term villain?
Oct
29
comment Differences Between Warpriest and Paladin
@YogoZuno A Paladin's fluff is hardly limited to the classic Knight archetype, so that shouldn't be a deciding factor in choosing a class: rpg.stackexchange.com/q/18947/3043
Oct
27
awarded  Nice Answer