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Apr
14
comment What ways are there to convey loneliness and betrayal in an encounter?
@dpatch I'd love to hear how it plays out.
Apr
13
comment Is this charge-based build legal?
Some more details on their specific build might be helpful. It may have been errataed, or have known weaknesses.
Apr
13
comment Game-within-a-Game Cross-Genre Ideas
I'm guessing you would also want it to be fairly light-weight (i.e. not D&D 4e, even though it's fantasy-flavored and somewhat MMO-like). Is that correct?
Apr
13
answered Leaders Healing too powerful/polarizing in 4e?
Apr
13
revised If I'm invisible do I get a bonus to my saving throws?
Switched to the family tag, as this question applies to many(all) versions of D&D.
Apr
13
comment Can a Rogue Coup De Grace twice against a sleeping opponent in a single power?
+1. Has the target taken damage? Yes? Then they are no longer unconscious :)
Apr
11
answered What ways are there to convey loneliness and betrayal in an encounter?
Apr
11
revised Design a New Class. The Confessor (From Legend of the Seeker)
Broke into paragraphs, fixed some minor typos.
Apr
11
comment If a flying or hovering creature is knocked prone, does it still have to stand?
Technically I believe that knocking the creature prone twice before it can take an action will do it. The first attempt causes the creature to "land safely" (no longer flying), and the second causes it to fall prone. Of course, this assumes that the creature doesn't move in any way between the two attempts to knock it prone...
Apr
10
comment Design a New Class. The Confessor (From Legend of the Seeker)
@Jadasc Thanks, edited into OP. To others: Beware, the comment formatter mangled the link. Copy/paste only.
Apr
10
revised Design a New Class. The Confessor (From Legend of the Seeker)
added 84 characters in body
Apr
10
comment What point value would “Cannot enter a dwelling uninvited” have as a Flaw?
@Jadasc Then I'd bump it back to three points like the "can't cross running water" or "Repelled by Crosses." However, that is based purely on the core book, and @Rain's post suggests that a somewhat higher value might be appropriate... I'd consider this flaw strictly more powerful than the one he cites. So if that one is reasonable, I'd put this one at four points.
Apr
10
comment Design a New Class. The Confessor (From Legend of the Seeker)
Out of curiosity, why didn't you just start fresh, given that you pretty much completely rewrote the post?
Apr
10
answered What point value would “Cannot enter a dwelling uninvited” have as a Flaw?
Apr
10
comment What point value would “Cannot enter a dwelling uninvited” have as a Flaw?
"Building" or "dwelling?" In other words, would this prohibit the vampire from entering a Wal Mart unless asked to enter? If the latter, would a dwelling include the common area of an apartment building?
Apr
10
comment Can (ocean-going) sailing ships navigate The River
They could portage tall ships? O_o When I look up the battle of New Orleans on Wikipedia, it mostly talks about gunboats (aandc.org/research/gunboats_1812.html) which are considerably smaller than what I have in mind. Did those events also include the larger vessels?
Apr
10
comment Can (ocean-going) sailing ships navigate The River
@SevenSidedDie Er, how early is early? These ships aren't shore-huggers... They're the "pirate ships" from swashbuckling films that were designed for extended voyages out of sight of land.
Apr
9
asked Can (ocean-going) sailing ships navigate The River
Apr
8
revised dungeons-and-dragons wiki excerpt
added 81 characters in body
Apr
8
reviewed Approve reign tag wiki