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Feb
12
answered How can the Rod of Seven parts turn a player to Lawful Stupid without it becoming unfun for the other players?
Feb
12
revised Are there any canon reasons for why evil beings put up with the certainty of damnation?
added 824 characters in body
Feb
12
answered Are there any canon reasons for why evil beings put up with the certainty of damnation?
Feb
6
answered Can a monster with a flying speed lift a Grappled PC and then drop them?
Jan
30
answered Can monk move between his extra and bonus attacks?
Jan
30
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
28
revised How much movement does a monk need to run up and stand on top of a 50-foot wall?
added 831 characters in body
Jan
28
answered How much movement does a monk need to run up and stand on top of a 50-foot wall?
Jan
28
revised Is a dead creature's body considered an “object”?
added 1050 characters in body
Jan
28
answered Is a dead creature's body considered an “object”?
Jan
23
revised How do I keep spellcasters from casting while in jail?
added 641 characters in body
Jan
23
answered How do I keep spellcasters from casting while in jail?
Jan
22
answered Why don't Wizards have access to Enhance Ability?
Jan
19
answered Leomund's Tiny Hut — only the caster can't exit and enter at will?
Jan
19
answered Simulate/Emulate 4th Edition Avenger in 5th Edition
Jan
19
comment Why can't Cure Wounds heal necrotic damage done by powerful undead, but sleeping can?
@AlexisWilke it is a specific power granted to the vampire's bite not a function of necrotic damage itself.
Jan
19
revised Why can't Cure Wounds heal necrotic damage done by powerful undead, but sleeping can?
added 1527 characters in body
Jan
18
answered Why can't Cure Wounds heal necrotic damage done by powerful undead, but sleeping can?
Jan
16
comment What should happen when a player does not follow his class at all? (i.e. plays his role badly)
@Miniman it is a consequence of his in-game behavior. The key is wherever were the limits defined beforehand? If not and the referee wants to ret-con it during the campaign than the fair thing to do is allow the player a re-write. As it would have been a factor during initial character creation. A paladin violating his oath, a cleric going against the strictures of his religion. A ranger violating his ethos all have similar negative in-game consequences for the player's choice as his character.
Jan
15
answered What should happen when a player does not follow his class at all? (i.e. plays his role badly)