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Aug
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answered What would an “E6” for 5e look like?
Aug
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comment Why is burying yourself not such a great plan?
The naked mole rat is a specific species of animal. It's hairless, which is why they call it naked, but the name makes it funnier.
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awarded  Necromancer
Aug
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comment Thus spake the Warforged: How do their mouths work?
@HeyICanChan: The stuff about them being able to eat and drink comes from the race's description. Heroes' Feast is specifically called out as an example of something they can benefit from (and reiterated in the description of the Warforged Juggernaut, as one of the items that a sufficiently-advanced juggernaut can't benefit from anymore). The bit about the warforged not breathing also comes from the description. The rest is, admittedly, my call.
Aug
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answered Thus spake the Warforged: How do their mouths work?
Aug
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answered Is there a Swordmage in 3.5e?
Aug
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answered Why is burying yourself not such a great plan?
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answered Are the Old Deities really coming back for D&D 5e's Forgotten Realms?
Jul
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answered Is bringing a major villain back from the dead a bad idea?
Jul
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answered Can I GM a Pathfinder game using the D&D 3.5e DMG or is the GameMastery Guide a must?
Jul
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revised Can PCs hide motivations from the DM?
Minor copy-editing
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awarded  Nice Answer
Jul
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answered Can PCs hide motivations from the DM?
Jul
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answered Can a Neutral cleric cast Sanctified Magic?
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answered Can I wish to never auto-miss on a natural 1?
Jun
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answered Does a character hit with Drow Poison always have to attempt the 2nd Fortitude Save?
Jun
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comment What major changes will 5e bring in the Forgotten Realms campaign setting?
What point do you need the changes relative to? There have been some fairly big changes even within 4e, especially if you follow the novels, and 5e isn't even out yet.
Jun
24
comment Preventing Post-cognition from becoming Post-Omniscience?
One could draw parallels to the Ace Attorney series of video games. They're standard murder plots, for the most part, but instead of playing the detective, you play the defense attorney for someone who has been accused of the crime. Occasionally you're told right from the outset who actually committed the murder, and sometimes you receive assistance from sources that aren't even remotely admissible in court (real-life or in-game). But none of it means an automatic win, because the goal isn't to solve the mystery: the goal is to protect people from the fallout. The solution is only Step 1.
Jun
24
comment What happens if a Teleportation Circle destinations moves?
As an alternative solution, you could go with something along the lines of a pair of unusually large ring gates. Their effects are already well-defined, and the only reason they wouldn't work as-is for your situation is that they are too small for a Medium creature to fit through (they do exactly what you want for creatures smaller than that). All you'd need a DM ruling for is on whether they can be made that large, and how much extra they would cost at that size. That's still a house rule, but it's a much more minor one than nailing down the particulars of what constitutes a "spot".
Jun
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answered Is it possible to betray the party in D&D?