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answered How do I encourage a GM to use the rules as written?
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comment What should a DM do if a player wants to do something impossible?
Depending on the wall, it is quite possible to punch through in realistic settings (I'm looking at you, my old apartment).
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comment What should a DM do if a player wants to do something impossible?
Yep, that sums it up better than what I was typing. +1
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revised A level 18 wizard's heritage (treasure) in D&D 3.5
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answered A level 18 wizard's heritage (treasure) in D&D 3.5
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comment How are players meant to find out about special items they find in post-apocalyptic settings?
+1. These tips work well for any kind of setting.
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answered How to deal with players who like to use the local authorities to solve their problems
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comment How do I quit a game gracefully?
+1 for no offer of unsolicited "constructive" feedback.
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comment Why aren't magocracies and theocracies dominant in D&D settings?
@OpaCitiZen: Of course, the explanations are not the be-all end-all, but assuming that humans in the fantasy world are still humans, and gods behave like humans as well, the same mechanisms work as in real life. Just ask yourself: Why are not all countries military dictatorships? Why did the US and the Sovjets fight/fund so many proxy wars (as an example for Hextor vs. Heironeous)? Etc.
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answered Why aren't magocracies and theocracies dominant in D&D settings?
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