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awarded  Nice Question
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comment Is it legally okay to blog a D&D 5e story (actual play)
Hi Randall, I've upvoted your convincing and thorough answer, and thank you for it. I'd like to point out though that my primary concern is the relatively unknown legal waters (at least to me) of the current 5th edition. I suppose I'd have no qualms about starting a blog about our 3.5 (or d6 SW, Cthulhu, Savage Worlds, etc) adventures, as I've seen, as you mention, countless examples for such both in writing and on video. 5th ed. though... I'm not sure how protective WotC is of it at the moment. Logic would indeed dictate that the more buzz the better sales - but who knows? :) Thanks again.
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asked Is it legally okay to blog a D&D 5e story (actual play)
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accepted How does Invoke Duplicity work?
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asked How does Invoke Duplicity work?
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awarded  Popular Question
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comment Can I use Fabricate to make a Keen weapon?
@Miniman You're welcome. :)
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comment Can I use Fabricate to make a Keen weapon?
@waxeagle Sure. The A here said (before Miniman's edit), however, that "The only published material we have that includes magical weapons", and omitted the Basic Rules, which random readers may find useful. With the edit, these comments can be deleted though, I think. :)
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answered Does Concealment exist in D&D 5th Edition?
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awarded  Nice Question
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accepted GM burn-out concerning worlds and systems
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revised What is an easy to learn and teach combat-focused game set in the Lord of the Rings series?
Update to include news about the revised edition
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awarded  Nice Answer
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awarded  Socratic
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comment Ordinary people and magic in D&D5
@SevenSidedDie I'm not sure the Realms tag would be entirely appropriate, since the PHB itself doesn't say, as far as I can remember, that its default setting is the FR. On the other hand, I'm not asking for a functional analysis of the rules either. I'm asking for an educated reading primarily of the fluff accompanying the rules, supported by hard evidence in the rules. The golden mean or something. :)
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comment Ordinary people and magic in D&D5
@waxeagle I've updated my Q to be a bit more specific.
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revised Ordinary people and magic in D&D5
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comment Ordinary people and magic in D&D5
@waxeagle Sure, it is heavily dependent on the setting. However, the PHB itself has a rather strongly implied setting -- a "generic D&D world" that can be inferred from the races' and classes' descriptions, from the equipment lists, from the skills, feats, spells, etc. I know it's just a skeleton to build your custom "frankensteinian" fantasy flesh upon... what I'm looking for here is the most generic flesh that fits on those bones, though. Not "AB normal" (Eberron, Athas), simply "normal", to quote a movie classic. :)
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asked Ordinary people and magic in D&D5
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answered How can I imprison my characters for a long period of time?