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awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
5
answered Is 4th edition D&D compatible with 5th edition?
Oct
2
revised What happened to disease in D&D 5e?
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Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
27
revised Can I prepare/ready a quickened spell?
Standart => Standard
Sep
27
awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
26
revised What's the deal with Pazuzu?
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Sep
26
revised What's the deal with Pazuzu?
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Sep
26
answered What's the deal with Pazuzu?
Sep
26
accepted How much damage does Great Weapon Fighting add on average?
Sep
23
awarded  Good Answer
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awarded  Nice Question
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awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
18
comment Does an Enhancement bonus on clothing become an Armor bonus?
@Goblin The rules are not worded great, but this part is pretty clear: "Since enhancement bonuses to armor or natural armor effectively increase the armor or natural armor's bonus to AC..." -- Enhancement bonuses increase the bonus to AC.
Sep
18
comment Does an Enhancement bonus on clothing become an Armor bonus?
@Goblin PFSRD, plus the wording of the bonus, plus the ability to use a magic shield and magic armor at the same time.
Sep
17
answered Help, in 5th edition D&D do my modifiers go up, how and why?
Sep
16
awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
15
comment Is Sunbeam's beam considered sunlight, for the purposes of Sunlight Hypersensitivity?
@khashir Absolutely! And I think it's pretty clear that if for some reason you can only cast one of those two spells, you want to cast Sunbeam. But I'm not really sure how that's relevant to the question you asked?
Sep
15
comment Is Sunbeam's beam considered sunlight, for the purposes of Sunlight Hypersensitivity?
@Khasir The regeneration is tangential, in that both spells already deal radiant damage which shuts it down anyway. Re: New beam and dim light... Sloppy writing on my part. More or less corrected.
Sep
15
revised Is Sunbeam's beam considered sunlight, for the purposes of Sunlight Hypersensitivity?
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