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Jan
14
revised Can characters reach Mach 1 and higher in D&D 3(.5)?
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Jan
12
revised How to get a witch's hair to look like snakes?
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Jan
12
answered How to get a witch's hair to look like snakes?
Jan
11
reviewed Approve A level 18 wizard's heritage (treasure) in D&D 3.5
Jan
10
revised How do Caern Powers work?
clarification
Jan
10
revised How do Caern Powers work?
added link to the Caerns book
Jan
10
answered How do Caern Powers work?
Jan
10
comment Can a cat kill a rat?
@JanDvorak Might happen, but it's not likely. The cat has more attacks than the rat.
Jan
10
awarded  Populist
Jan
9
awarded  Good Answer
Jan
9
comment What happens to maneuverability when a ship's controls are frozen?
Which edition do you use? 1e, 2e, or 2e R&E? The official Rules Upgrade – a pamphlet that contains the changes from 2e to 2e R&E – has updated rules for Starship Damage. You might want to take a look at it, if you haven't done so yet, and not just for Starship Damage. :)
Jan
9
revised Can you cast Invisibility on a large box and hide inside?
added an official (or at least semi-official) quote to support my argument
Jan
8
comment What adventures lie in Laketown from The Hobbit in The One Ring
A definite +1 from me. I was struck by the very same paragraph and have been planning an adventure round it for quite a while, with orcs and other dark creatures making sinister use of the bones. (That's why I've asked the following Q on SF&F: scifi.stackexchange.com/questions/28850/… ) Looking forward to the answers. :)
Jan
8
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
8
answered Can you cast Invisibility on a large box and hide inside?
Dec
30
awarded  Nice Answer
Dec
27
comment Athas: A terrifying vision of the future?
@aramis That is your reading/interpretation only. It does answer two of the three questions posed at the end of the Q: "Was it ever canon?" (No.) "Or is it merely a popular speculation that became so well known as to be indistinguishable from Truth?" (Yes.) It also answers the question in the title, which - being in the title - seems more fundamental than your interpretation. "Athas: A terrifying vision of the future?" No. Also, it's as official as it can get.
Dec
25
revised Athas: A terrifying vision of the future?
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Dec
25
revised Athas: A terrifying vision of the future?
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Dec
24
answered Athas: A terrifying vision of the future?