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I'm a semi-retired GM who can't stay away from World Creation or adventure design. I have experience running or playing:

  • AD&D 2E
  • D&D 3/3.5
  • D&D 5E
  • Savage Worlds (including Necessary Evil)
  • Paranoia

Jul
3
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
16
comment Hit dice vs Hit Points
Related, but not convinced it's a duplicate: rpg.stackexchange.com/questions/44516/…
Jun
11
answered How can I implement injuries on crit?
Jun
10
reviewed Reviewed What is an ability check without a DC called?
Jun
2
revised Can I stabilize an enemy we just defeated in combat?
added 19 characters in body
Jun
2
revised Can I stabilize an enemy we just defeated in combat?
additional support; added 51 characters in body
Jun
2
revised Can I stabilize an enemy we just defeated in combat?
rewrite based on clarification of question
Jun
2
revised Can I stabilize an enemy we just defeated in combat?
added 193 characters in body
Jun
2
answered Can I stabilize an enemy we just defeated in combat?
May
5
comment Are there any lich-type enemies for low level parties
As-is, this is impossible to answer accurately. What are your requirements? What is it that you like about the lich?--that it's undead?--that it casts spells?--that it's intelligent?--all of the above?--something else? Are you curious about any creature created for 5E, or only the creatures in the MM? Do you actually want low-level or mid-level, and how do you define that?--what level is your party?
Apr
23
comment Can you take the same feat multiple times?
I doubt it matters, but, the play-test had separate feats for the different spell lists: Arcane Initiate, Divine Initiate, etc. Did they combine them for space? To ensure you only take one based on the PG 165 "only once" ruling? Obviously doesn't change your answer, but interesting to me regardless.
Apr
23
awarded  Good Question
Apr
14
awarded  Constituent
Apr
7
revised Prestidigitation and Druidcraft “harmless sensory effect?”
Minor capitalization and formatting changes.
Apr
7
suggested approved edit on Prestidigitation and Druidcraft “harmless sensory effect?”
Apr
6
awarded  Caucus
Mar
24
accepted How does the Diviner's Portent ability interact with Advantage and Disadvantage?
Mar
24
comment Using downtime activity to research spells
I really like this answer, but I need some clarity. DMG 128 says, "a character must... be able to cast any spells that the item can produce." By straight raw, am I wrong to read that as the wizard needs to know the spell (or have some other method of casting it--like from a wand?) to create the scroll? I recognize that creating the scroll in this case is an interim step, so maybe we can gloss over it, I just want to make sure I understand what you're saying.
Mar
24
awarded  Nice Question
Mar
23
revised Using downtime activity to research spells
added 136 characters in body