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Dec
21
comment D&D 3.x criticals similar to Dragon Age RPG's Stunts?
@LitheOhm No, I don't think so. An example could be (just making this up right now): Instead of having a critical hit+damage, you can choose to either 1) give your opponent a penalty to Concentration checks equal to the damage you'd normally inflict, or 2) get an an attack bonus for the next round equal to your DEX bonus, or 3)..., or 4)..., etc. These really are just ad hoc ideas, mind you.
Dec
20
asked D&D 3.x criticals similar to Dragon Age RPG's Stunts?
Dec
20
answered Realism of Poisoned Weapons
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Dec
18
answered What do the terms “lines” and “veils” mean?
Dec
18
accepted Is an Illusory Wall solid until revealed in DnD 4e?
Dec
18
revised Is an Illusory Wall solid until revealed in DnD 4e?
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Dec
17
revised Is an Illusory Wall solid until revealed in DnD 4e?
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asked Is an Illusory Wall solid until revealed in DnD 4e?
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Dec
17
answered What does this kind of prereq mean?
Dec
16
revised What is the etymology of the term 'Gish'?
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Dec
16
answered What is the etymology of the term 'Gish'?
Dec
16
revised Why aren't magocracies and theocracies dominant in D&D settings?
Afaik "anyone has", not "anyone have": http://english.stackexchange.com/questions/23218/anyone-has-or-anyone-have-seen-them
Dec
16
comment Why aren't magocracies and theocracies dominant in D&D settings?
Good point, thank you! +1
Dec
16
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Dec
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comment How to tell your players about the setting without make them read?
Hi, You may want to check Introducing an unorthodox setting the players know NOTHING about, Helping new players learn a setting on the go, and Techniques for communicating setting and campaign information to the PCs? They seem to cover quite similar ground to your question.
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Nov
27
revised How do I, a novice GM, deal with a PC who is constantly difficult?
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