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I'm a game designer that's been playing tabletop games since the early '00s. Most of my experience is with the D&D 3/3.5/Pathfinder ruleset, but I've been branching out more in the past few years.


Jul
6
reviewed Approve copyright tag wiki
Jul
6
reviewed Approve star-trek tag wiki excerpt
Jul
6
reviewed Approve copyright tag wiki excerpt
Jul
6
reviewed Approve animal tag wiki excerpt
Jul
6
revised Nymph's Kiss and the Relationship
Added note about the line not being a prerequisite.
Jul
6
comment Enemies AoO generate AoOs? AoOs for non-beginners, understanding Karmic Strike and Robilar's gambit
One thing to note: Robilar's Gambit requires Combat Reflexes, so any character doing this trick is going to have multiple AoOs.
Jul
6
answered Nymph's Kiss and the Relationship
Jul
5
reviewed Close Free Basic-Rules-only adventure to showcase D&D 5e
Jul
5
reviewed Approve Enemies AoO generate AoOs? AoOs for non-beginners, understanding Karmic Strike and Robilar's gambit
Jul
5
awarded  Nice Question
Jul
5
awarded  Nice Answer
Jul
5
revised How can a goblin attack and hide in the same turn?
Turns out the GM said specifically what the goblins did.
Jul
5
answered How can a goblin attack and hide in the same turn?
Jul
5
asked Where does the elven “trance” come from?
Jul
5
comment AoOs against the same enemy on his turn?
@apacay It doesn't matter how someone moves: if you move on your turn, you can only provoke a single attack of opportunity from movement from a particular enemy that turn. If you have enough movement, you can run figure eights around an enemy and only provoke one attack from movement.
Jul
5
reviewed Reject How fast do PCs tend to level?
Jul
5
answered How many power points do I gain from Psionic Talent?
Jul
5
revised How many power points do I gain from Psionic Talent?
Added link to the feat.
Jul
4
comment What if a divine spell targets “allies” and your allies aren't who you think they are?
I added a bit of clarification: The quoted text specifically refers to spells that have "targets", which means that area effect spells that affect allies will affect invisible allies just fine. The quoted text was mostly to illustrate that targeting decisions are made by the caster.
Jul
4
revised What if a divine spell targets “allies” and your allies aren't who you think they are?
Clarified about targets