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May
7
comment Can Artificers powers that target “weapon or implement” affect a Monks hand/feet?
Actually... anyone can perform an Unarmed Attack hastur.net/wiki/Unarmed_attack_(4E) and their hand/fist is considered a weapon. Therefore the powers that target a weapon could be used on anyone's hand... not just a Monk's. Correct?
May
6
comment What's the history of the Darkness spell?
I knew it was somewhere in the third edition.. thanks! :)
May
5
comment What's the history of the Darkness spell?
Well.. there was no "darkvision" in the original D&D (basic or expert)... just infravision. In AD&D 1st edition, they added Ultravision. Darkvision (neither infravision nor ultravision, but black and white only) didn't come into the game until AD&D 3.5 (to the best of my knowledge)
May
5
comment Does the 2nd printing of Deities and Demigods have Cthulhu?
You mean the third printing, right?
May
4
comment What are the benefits of playing an alignment other than True Neutral?
... and you know... it's just fun to play a character with flaws.
May
4
comment What “objects” can a spell target?
With the "Target" requirement, the pebble's reflex does matter. A Force Orb spell is not a Fireball spell. Although the two seem to have similar aspects, a Fireball does not have a target requirement, only an area of effect. Thus, the basketball reference, which would fit if this question was about Fireball doesn't necessarily fit with Force Orb. With the target requirement, a new can of worms is opened. If the target is missed, because it is required for the spell, does the spell fail? It may simply dissipate.
May
4
comment How do you generate reasonable prices for goods and services not listed in the PHB?
@Tacroy then there is always the possibility that the townsfolk will charge prices unrelated to the adventurers themselves, because of their own problems... being squeezed by an overbearing lord or gang of thieves (Magnificent Seven, anyone?), which opens up the possibility of an adventure.
May
4
comment How do you generate reasonable prices for goods and services not listed in the PHB?
+1 for using one's own noggin. You can make prices high if the players are rich, or make prices low if the players are broke... or you can do whatever you feel like, since you are the world as the GM.