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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 What might “The Demiurge” be?
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answered How can we 'regift' a group of highly dangerous gem scarabs across a continent? We don't want them anymore
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revised Can you make a Spring Attack with a single standard action that includes both the attack and the movement?
Modified the link to go directly to the relevant post in the thread.
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comment Can you make a Spring Attack with a single standard action that includes both the attack and the movement?
The relevant stuff is further down the page. I'll modify the link to go straight to the post.
Oct
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answered Can you make a Spring Attack with a single standard action that includes both the attack and the movement?
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answered Does the lack of automatic AC scaling mean you get easier to hit as you level up?
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answered What would an “E6” for 5e look like?
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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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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.