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Jan
21
answered How rare are magic items in the Old World?
Jan
20
asked Staying awake in-game in DnD3.5
Jan
17
comment So, a mage of the Pentacle and a Seer of the Throne walk into a bar
@rob Welcome, indeed, and thanks for the answer. :)
Jan
17
accepted So, a mage of the Pentacle and a Seer of the Throne walk into a bar
Jan
17
awarded  Nice Question
Jan
16
revised Weapon skills with unspecified traits in L5R, 2e?
made title more user friendly by specifying the system (having to check tags for system is tiresome)
Jan
16
revised Is there a step-by-step combat flowchart for L5R, 2e?
added the system to the title to make it clearer for browsing visitors (having to check tags for system specification is not user friendly.)
Jan
14
asked Where does the stereotype that wizards can't wear armor come from?
Jan
14
comment What skill should PCs use to find information in books in D&D 3.5e?
@Dakeyras I'm not sure I understand your recommendation. Roleplay looking up (in a day's time) and finding (via deduction) the lingering effects of the trade laws of Richard III on 19th century commerce in a thousand pages long history book written in the 1990s? (To stick with my example.) :)
Jan
14
revised What skill should PCs use to find information in books in D&D 3.5e?
Re-matched view-point of the title with that of the Q. Made the title more specific. Re-added D&D 3.5 to the title. It helps not to have to check the tiny tags while browsing Qs, also makes clear that Q is about a specific system, not a general inquiry.
Jan
14
revised What skill should PCs use to find information in books in D&D 3.5e?
Re-matched view-point of the title with that of the Q. Re-added D&D 3.5 to the title. It helps not to have to check the tiny tags while browsing Qs, also makes clear that Q is about a specific system, not a general inquiry.
Jan
14
answered Does D&D 3.5e have rules for firearms?
Jan
14
comment Does D&D 3.5e have rules for firearms?
You may find this thread interesting. :)
Jan
14
accepted Differences between FASA's 1993 hardcover and softcover Earthdawn (#6000 and #6001)
Jan
14
revised What skill should PCs use to find information in books in D&D 3.5e?
added a clarification and an example
Jan
14
comment What skill should PCs use to find information in books in D&D 3.5e?
@LitheOhm: Yes, I'm granularizing the information... and the consequences. (They do have other options to acquire the info, mind you. But their time's running out.)
Jan
14
asked What skill should PCs use to find information in books in D&D 3.5e?
Jan
13
revised How do I quicken / sum up larger (but not army-scale) d20/DnD3.x combat?
Re-added the d20 tag and expanded the Q, as answers may come from and be usable in other d20 products with slight tweaks, and it also helps visibility for those looking for solutions for those games, not just DnD3.x.
Jan
13
comment Effect of modern society's exposure to the improbable on Paradoxes
Sure, it would be even more relevant for Ascension. However, the phenomenon is crucial for Awakening as well. See MtAw p.264+ "The mage's Path realms says something is possible, common reality says it's impossible (...)", + Disbelief, + Unraveling etc. The growing acceptability of the improbable by Sleepers seems to indicate that the Supernal and Fallen realities, separated by the theoretically growing Abyss, are, in fact, getting closer, in a way and in certain aspects. At least that's how I see it, atm. :) (And I'm way more like to play MtAw than MtAsc, so I'll keep the Q as it is now.)
Jan
13
asked Effect of modern society's exposure to the improbable on Paradoxes