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May
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answered What are the legal/ethical considerations of republishing old adventures for new editions?
May
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comment What are the legal/ethical considerations of republishing old adventures for new editions?
@MattThrower The chance of returning to publication has zero impact on legality or ethics considerations. It's relevant, just not to those issues, which are the ones you asked about.
May
11
revised Does Cutting Words work on things with very low (animal) intelligence?
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May
11
revised How to prevent conflict between characters from becoming conflict between players?
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May
11
revised How to prevent conflict between characters from becoming conflict between players?
edited tags
May
11
revised Editable character sheet that handles multiple BAB
more descriptive title
May
11
revised As a GM, should I use Fate points in a scene with no other characters?
rm deprecated [gm] tag
May
10
revised Does the Grappled Condition limit multiple Natural Attacks?
added 42 characters in body; edited tags; edited title
May
10
comment How can I summon hostile creatures or create traps with Glyph of Warding?
I don't know how I can repeat the first sentence clearer. 5e welcomes homebrewed spells. Ergo, it's wise of the designers to account for the possibility of homebrew spells.
May
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comment How can I summon hostile creatures or create traps with Glyph of Warding?
@thedarkwanderer We do that for politics &c because real life is messy. 5e is doing that because it's not a closed legal document and has to handle messy, unexpected, creative stuff too. (Or put another way, 1st sentence of the answer.) Besides, that sentence also handles things like "where does the fireball centre?"
May
10
answered How can I summon hostile creatures or create traps with Glyph of Warding?
May
9
reviewed No Action Needed How much damage does Great Weapon Fighting add on average?
May
9
reviewed Leave Closed Example implementations of time limits on player actions in combat
May
9
comment Does Fey Ancestry grant advantage on the save against Otto's Irresistible Dance?
Asking for developer intent is fine, but asking for what you "should" do will just attract opinions and require closing, unless you can provide criteria to make answers objective or Good Subjective.
May
9
comment How can I facilitate choice of one of a large number destinations in an off the rails game?
Possible duplicate of How can I effectively introduce hooks into a sandbox adventure?
May
9
revised How can I facilitate choice of one of a large number destinations in an off the rails game?
edited tags
May
9
revised Does Fey Ancestry grant advantage on the save against Otto's Irresistible Dance?
simpler title
May
9
comment How can I facilitate choice of one of a large number destinations in an off the rails game?
Possible duplicate of How to present players with options without railroading them?
May
9
comment How can I give strong weapons to enemies without the players looting them?
@AaronDigulla, can you work the material in the comments into a new section of the answer? How to handle players who are the 'law' would be an excellent addition that should be preserved for posterity instead of lost in a comments cleanup.
May
9
reviewed Edit simulation tag wiki excerpt