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answered How exactly do favored classes work?
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comment Removing an unreasonable number of curses
Another option, as a shorthand, would be to roll only 2-3 times, and state that the spell removes all of the curses that would have been removed by the best of those rolls. This keeps the number of rolls manageable, yields a high likelihood that the first casting will still remove most of the curses, while still having a chance that unless all of the curses were weak, a couple of castings might be required.
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revised Can I wish to never auto-miss on a natural 1?
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comment Can I wish to never auto-miss on a natural 1?
@thedarkwanderer: Ah; I see where it says that now. It's easy to miss, since it doesn't get its own bullet point in the list of safe effects, but is explicitly listed as an example of "any other effect whose power level is in line with the above effects". But you are right. I do find it odd that wish doesn't have this in the description, but I think it's reasonable to rule that anything safe for limited wish is also safe for wish (or at least that it would be very strange to not rule this way). Good catch.
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answered Is there anything preventing a Lawful Evil Paladin?
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comment How can I secretly notate which squares on a combat map are traps?
@CandiedOrange: I like the idea, but here's a possible extension: get some of the little clear plastic stand-ups that some games use with cardboard cutouts to make standing pieces. Later in the dungeon, when the players have gotten used to heads and tails, you can start presenting some coins standing on edge. This can be a way of increasing the number of possible symptoms, or just to troll the players.
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answered Adapting classes for a game in a world become newly magical
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answered My PCs have a plan that will get them all killed; how and why should I save them?
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revised Can I substitute a d3 with a d6?
Adding in the point from @Simanos
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answered How do I read 2d10 as a percentage?
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answered Can I substitute a d3 with a d6?
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comment Thus spake the Warforged: How do their mouths work?
@GMJoe: The rules I intended to cite do not come from the Warforged race description, but from the traits of the Living Construct subtype, which Warforged have. The subtype explicitly states that they do not breathe, and that they are capable of eating and drinking but don't need to.
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answered Dealing with large amount of dice rolls for a single damage roll without making it drag on
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answered What might “The Demiurge” be?