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Jan
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accepted Speak with burrowing animals
Jan
14
comment How to get a witch's hair to look like snakes?
Just keep in mind: When it's all said and done, you're the DM. Do whatever feels best for you. Even if it can't necessarily be explained, your players will thank you for having an interesting opponent.
Jan
11
awarded  Yearling
Dec
16
answered How can I deliberately cause my player character's alignment to shift?
Nov
14
asked Speak with burrowing animals
Oct
8
accepted Spell requirements for cleric level
Oct
5
asked Spell requirements for cleric level
Sep
21
revised How can I get a more powerful animal companion than my druid level entitles me to?
Changed tag to better suit question.
Sep
21
suggested approved edit on How can I get a more powerful animal companion than my druid level entitles me to?
Sep
21
awarded  Organizer
Sep
21
revised Trouble with Player Travel!
Fixed grammar and spelling, removed unnecessary tag
Sep
21
suggested approved edit on Trouble with Player Travel!
Sep
21
comment Point of strength versus strength feat
Ah. I didn't notice that the ability score increase gave two points instead of one.
Sep
21
accepted Point of strength versus strength feat
Sep
20
revised Point of strength versus strength feat
added 52 characters in body
Sep
20
asked Point of strength versus strength feat
Sep
15
accepted Warshaper limits to size
Sep
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asked Warshaper limits to size
Aug
4
comment Is there a way to learn someone's level in game in DnD3.x?
Hmmm... It sounds like you are looking more for something within your world, rather than a rules based thing. Maybe you could implement some form of official magic ranking system, in which people need to achieve some form of goal to advance in? This really doesn't sound like something you'd need the rules for, specifically.
Aug
4
comment Is there a way to learn someone's level in game in DnD3.x?
You may want to look for things that let you know someone's hit dice, as this usually corresponds to level.