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accepted An nWoD mage adding/removing a supernatural template?
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asked An nWoD mage adding/removing a supernatural template?
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comment Aerial combat in 3.5e
Not an exact duplicate imo, but quite similar to Are there any established rules for flying in combat for D&D 3.x or d20 Modern?
Sep
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comment Are there any established rules for flying in combat for D&D 3.x or d20 Modern?
@C.Ross In general I agree with the discouragement of link only answers. However, in certain cases links - especially links to detailed articles about certain rules on massive sites of large companies - are simply better... and would be legally problematic to sum up or paraphrase without leaving out truly important details the OP is/was interested in. This is a question and answer from '11, mind you - and while the links had to be updated (once, in no less than three years), it is still unlikely that Wizards would up and completely erase their archives.
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revised Are there any established rules for flying in combat for D&D 3.x or d20 Modern?
Updated the links
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Aug
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answered Porting a WoD werewolf to Pathfinder
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awarded  Popular Question
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revised Overcoming setting complexity paralysis as a GM
I think the subject is "what", not "methods", so it's singular. See http://english.stackexchange.com/questions/87681/s-v-agreement-it-is-not-clear-what-is-are-meant-by-a-and-b
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awarded  Nice Question
Aug
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comment Overcoming setting complexity paralysis as a GM
It's nice of you to have warned them. I'll check their site in a more secure environment then. (It's not you I'm not trusting. :) It's the unknown factor(s) in their workings that I remain cautious of.)
Aug
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comment Is a kineticist immortal?
@JanHudec The question has a link to the exact rule in its first paragraph. I think you must have missed that. (Err, the color of the links of the site could be a bit more distinct indeed.)
Aug
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comment Overcoming setting complexity paralysis as a GM
Ok, thanks. I know (the bare minimum about) how certificates and these discrepancies work, yet I tend to shy away from sites with such misconfigurations. Just like my browser, I'm rather paranoid about things like that, especially with sites I've never seen before. :)
Aug
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comment Is a kineticist immortal?
@JanHudec Not necessarily. The rule says "If you are within 30 feet of an open flame..." I wouldn't take it for granted that there will always be the next nearest fire within 30 feet. Especially if your opponent already knows about your little trick (has done his research thoroughly.) ;)
Aug
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comment Overcoming setting complexity paralysis as a GM
This is excellent. The precise instructions are cool, and the "Be envious of the GMs..." part is brilliant. Thank you. However, when I tried to visit the site you linked, my browser has given me a warning saying "You attempted to reach www.story-games.com, but instead you actually reached a server identifying itself as *.gridserver.com. (...)" Have you encountered the same, or is this a very recent problem?
Aug
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comment Overcoming setting complexity paralysis as a GM
@gatherer818 I'm not really talking about build options (guns, armor, various wares, traits, whatever.) :) I'm talking about the internal workings of a setting, primarily. Adding or leaving out yet another gun doesn't matter. Not knowing what, for example, the extraterritoriality of the megacorps really means likely matters more (unless you're playing a shoot'em up, which is nice, but you could play that in any system, it won't really be Shadowrun without the fluff.) And maybe SR5 hasn't detailed that yet, but it's there in the novels and previous rulebooks... and it moves the whole SR world.
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revised Is a kineticist immortal?
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answered Is a kineticist immortal?