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comment How can I convert D&D Next Saving Throws into Defences?
@GMNoob - I hadn't actually done the maths, I just assumed the different offsets would cancel out. How big is the difference?
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comment How can I convert D&D Next Saving Throws into Defences?
Just to clarify: these variant rules were published after the other answers were given.
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revised How can I convert D&D Next Saving Throws into Defences?
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answered How can I convert D&D Next Saving Throws into Defences?
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revised What are the objective benefits of using an official character sheet vs writing things down yourself on a piece of paper if you are a new DnD player?
Added link to official character sheets.
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comment Can I use Minor Illusion to create a wall, hide behind it, and attack with advantage?
I think the phrasing "that's probably not enough to hide behind without an actual stealth check" has the potential to confuse. Hiding (the mechanic) always requires a stealth check. So "hide without a check" makes no sense. If you meant "hide" more colloquially, I'd suggest something like "that's probably not enough to ensure your target can't see you, unless you take an action to hide (bonus action for rogues)."
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comment Can a patron revoke warlock's powers?
Here's another thought (because I've been working on a similar campaign idea): they can be revoked, but only through a long and intricate ritual. If the warlock and their allies are unable to prevent the ritual taking place... well then...
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comment How long can a readied spell be held before it's lost?
@SevenSidedDie I interpreted it the opposite way: "you cast it as normal but hold its energy." Casting as normal involves expending a spell slot.
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answered Is there a list of wizard spells by level by school?
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accepted What advantages does hiding have?
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comment What advantages does hiding have?
"Anyone targeting has to guess his location and even if they do they attack with disadvantage." I've seen references to guessing location on a few answers. Are there rules about guessing location for attack targets? Does it require gridded combat?
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comment Can a Druid/Monk make unarmed strikes while Wild Shaped?
Note that the recent errata says that "unarmed strike" should not be listed on the weapons table. Don't know if this affects your answer.
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comment What advantages does hiding have?
I feel like surprise would be very, very hard to accomplish with any reliability in a party with the normal mix of roles: two players would probably have DEX as a dump stat, plus disadvantage due to armour. (This doesn't detract from the fact this does answer the question: surprise is a mechanical benefit to being hidden. I had in fact missed the "of anyone hiding" part when I first read this, and thought that all that was required was a generic stealth check.)
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comment What advantages does hiding have?
@Miniman - In the errata the exact wording is: Also, the question isn’t whether a creature can see you when you’re hiding. The question is whether it can see you clearly.
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comment What advantages does hiding have?
Although it occurs to me that if you have extended cover, a rogue could move, hide, and continue to move. This would substantially reduce the risk of getting hit by area attacks.