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revised What happens when ability scores reach 0?
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revised What happens when ability scores reach 0?
clarified Shadow's attack
Feb
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asked What happens when ability scores reach 0?
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comment Should there be in-game consequences for taking too long to plan?
Fine by me. Thanks for your advice, everyone.
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asked Should there be in-game consequences for taking too long to plan?
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comment I'm DMing for a party of two. How can I make sure my players have classes that can play well together?
this isn't 100% true. Combat in 5e is very lethal at lower levels, and if you have 2 characters with d6 hit dice, you're probably going to go down to a random crit.
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comment RPG sytem which is based on character's character not stats
Fate still has skill points, which are rather important for adjudication.
Aug
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comment How to respond to “stress tracks / narrative consequences are arbitrary”?
my point was that it's possible to construct a narrative for that scenario (punching through glass w/ no consequence) even if it isn't immediately obvious.
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comment How could discipline be used to aim weapons?
+1 one of the explicit applications of stunts is to substitute one skill for another.
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comment How to respond to “stress tracks / narrative consequences are arbitrary”?
If you succeed on your glass-punching roll: "You crack the glass, pull your hand back, and it shatters a second later". "The safety glass shatters in a controlled manner and crystals fall to the floor."
Aug
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comment Does picking up a weapon or drawing one take an action?
@Sheepy I think your comment should be edited in to the answer.
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