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comment Can a Precision Attack be added to an attack roll after an enemy uses Shield as a reaction to that attack roll?
You'll have to outline the situation a little more in order for someone to properly answer.
Apr
27
comment What is an ability check without a DC called?
This is how I see it. Like Monster Lore checks in 3.5's Monster Manuals. You are rolling against a DC, there are just more than one!
Apr
26
comment Running a Senate Based game?
@Sejanus It maybe interesting, but better suited for a forum or some other type of system that encourages discussion instead of Q&A.
Apr
21
comment How Does a Shield Bash Work on Multiple Targets?
As far as I understand it, yes. There is no general rule allowing it, so unless you PC has a specific feature that allows it, they can't do it. @LegendaryDude I mention that in the answer. You may shove in place of a melee weapon attack, or may attack with the shield itself as a weapon (though it's stats as such would be up to house-rule).
Apr
21
answered How Does a Shield Bash Work on Multiple Targets?
Apr
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comment How Does a Shield Bash Work on Multiple Targets?
What level is your player's Paladin? What feats do they possess? It sounds like it is your player's turn in the initiative and that he's attempting to make a charge at/through the goblins; Is this true?
Apr
21
comment Does a Wizard in Ochre Jelly form split, and if so, what happens to the Wizard?
Something in this answer doesn't resonate with me... There's a difference between a new jelly and a leaf; the leaf isn't even the part involved with reproduction. Same with hair and webbing. Maybe if you spoke of seeds or eggs. But this begs the question: what if any wizard reproduces in any other form?
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Apr
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comment What are KRyan's full set of Houserules for D&D 3.5e?
There's only one person who can give a full, comprehensive answer. This is something that should be in chat.
Apr
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Apr
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revised What job in a party does a magus have?
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Apr
6
answered What job in a party does a magus have?
Apr
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comment Is there a real use for the Medicine skill in D&D 5e?
@sevensideddie because the spirit of the game depends on who sits around the table.
Apr
1
comment What is the reason behind “one level at a time” level advancement in D&D?
@KorvinStarmast You mean "legitimacy?"
Mar
30
comment Without a magic item economy, what is gold for?
@Dyndrilliac That's assuming you know which dungeon it's in.
Mar
29
comment Using downtime activity to research spells
The spells you gain when you level are free. The spell copying rules are there to be used under different circumstances, namely finding a scroll or spellbook.
Mar
28
comment Using downtime activity to research spells
You could just find an NPC wizard who knows the spell and commission the scroll from them.
Mar
27
comment Is Charm Person obvious?
My table generally allows a bluff to hide or disguise the spell.
Mar
16
comment How can I make puzzles a challenge for the character, rather than the player?
+1 for an alternative suggestion. Making it more about resource allocation and less about actually solving the puzzle is a great suggestion. A game with a combination of both methods would be quite interesting.
Mar
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comment Was Dungeons and Dragons the first to introduce colour-coded dragons?
The Dragons in Peru may have been multi coloured, but did that dictate their personality, alignment, and abilities?