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Feb
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comment How family-friendly is the Ravenloft setting and the Curse of Strahd storyline?
@SevenSidedDie I changed the last sentence to be more explicit about what I meant to say.
Feb
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revised How family-friendly is the Ravenloft setting and the Curse of Strahd storyline?
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Feb
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answered How family-friendly is the Ravenloft setting and the Curse of Strahd storyline?
Jan
27
comment Should a history skill check let a PC identify a language?
I certainly can't tell Portuguese from Spanish. If "kobold" is recognizable enough is up to you as the DM.
Jan
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answered Should a history skill check let a PC identify a language?
Jan
24
revised Hiding in a crowd / Hiding behind multiple creatures
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Jan
23
comment Where is Toralth in Northeastern Tethyr?
No, you cannot see it, it's further south and to the west of Riatavin. Just google for maps that show the whole of Tethyr.
Jan
20
comment Would St. Cuthbert accept goblins and orcs as religious converts?
Can you explain how your Warhammer Setting works? St. Cuthbert seems to be a D&D Deity, how does that fit in with Warhammer? I would have expected there would be priests of Sigmar in your World, no matter which rules you use.
Jan
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Jan
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comment Where is Toralth in Northeastern Tethyr?
Darromar was sometimes called "Ithmong" on 2e maps. There is about 200 miles of nothing between those two cities. Is there any indication that you need to know where exactly it is? Or do you need help finding the two cities?
Jan
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answered Shillelagh spell on nunchaku: how does it work?
Jan
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comment How do you quickly build a player character during a session without interrupting the game or leaving out important information?
Creating a stereotype mid-level character takes me about 15 minutes. It's hard to give any advice when we don't know what exactly is taking the time in your case. Is it mechanics or ideas?
Jan
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comment How can a high-level PC “pull punches” to play with and not dominate a low-level party?
@KorvinStarmast Added another example. This wasn't exactly D&D, but I guess it would work in D&D just as well.
Jan
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revised How can a high-level PC “pull punches” to play with and not dominate a low-level party?
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comment How can a high-level PC “pull punches” to play with and not dominate a low-level party?
@KorvinStarmast I changed it to be less confrontational. I still think the fact should be mentioned. That something does not work mechanically is still valid information.
Jan
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revised How can a high-level PC “pull punches” to play with and not dominate a low-level party?
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comment How can a high-level PC “pull punches” to play with and not dominate a low-level party?
@KorvinStarmast Other rpgs do have constraints for power. Vampire and it's humanity stat for example. Cyberpunk and Empathy. Early D&D paladins & alignment. D&D5 does not. If you can do something, you can do it without side-effects. That's all I wanted to say. Maybe another wording is better? I would not want to remove this fact completely.
Jan
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answered How can a high-level PC “pull punches” to play with and not dominate a low-level party?
Jan
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comment How can I keep players occupied so they stay motivated, interested & on topic when I'm reading published materials during a session?
How short is "short" and how frequently does that happen?
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