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May
19
comment Counterspelling a counterspell
DM-fiat and Word of God could apply, of course, but I grow weary of including that particular incantation in answers :-P
May
19
comment Counterspelling a counterspell
@doppelgreener Reactions in this system just kind of happen. Rules for not doing other things when you cast a spell only kick in on the longer spells, and even then the rules only tie up your action. You're free to use your movement, reaction, and bonus action for other things even while casting a 12-hour casting time spell.
May
18
revised Counterspelling a counterspell
added 9 characters in body
May
18
answered Counterspelling a counterspell
May
15
awarded  Nice Answer
May
14
revised Mechanical side effects of randomised Initiative in 5e
added 6 characters in body
May
14
comment Mechanical side effects of randomised Initiative in 5e
@SevenSidedDie This is a good system, as far as house rules go. But there is some fiddliness: you have to remember not to return the stone at the end of the round the action was readied, while still making sure to catch any pending readied actions up at the end of the next round.
May
14
answered Mechanical side effects of randomised Initiative in 5e
May
14
reviewed Approve Mechanical side effects of randomised Initiative in 5e
May
8
comment How much of an issue is “Linear Fighters, Quadratic Wizards” in 2nd edition AD&D?
@GMJoe While that was well worth noting, it doesn't really answer the question one way or the other. "The system is fine, as long as the DM cherry-picks which spells the player gets" is pretty obviously a cop-out :)
May
7
comment How much of an issue is “Linear Fighters, Quadratic Wizards” in 2nd edition AD&D?
My impression was that the whole "linear fighters, quadratic wizards" thing in 3e was more about options than raw damage output or dudes killed per round. I.e. Wizards can fly, turn invisible, teleport, planeshift, and a host of other things that mundane characters can't really answer. How does that aspect of it fit into AD&D?
Apr
30
comment What furniture does a beholder have in its personal quarters?
Regarding hovering while sleeping... Here's an, uh, "official" source saying they do: youtube.com/watch?v=Ohj1ZIXiO44&t=54m28s
Apr
28
revised Do Tabletop RPGs Require a Copyright?
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Apr
28
revised Do Tabletop RPGs Require a Copyright?
added 40 characters in body
Apr
24
revised How does Knocked Out work in 5e?
deleted 2 characters in body
Apr
24
answered How does Knocked Out work in 5e?
Apr
24
revised How does Knocked Out work in 5e?
added 8 characters in body
Apr
24
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
23
answered How do I deal with high speed, blunt action declaration outside of combat?
Apr
23
awarded  Notable Question