3 Clarified that PCs are the tiny races
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Context

I've started planning for my Christmas one shot, I had the idea of playing a toybox adventure (think toy-story or nutcracker) with custom races for each type of toy and using giant stats for humans. They PCs will be toy races with potential for human sized enemies. My issue is that a 5ft scale would be illogical for this world. I thought I had three options:

  • Ignore the logic and just pretend everything is scaled up.
  • Alter the scale of the world to fit with the setting
  • Keep everything the same and make the PCs size tiny or diminutive

I'll be running the one-shot with 5-7 players at level 3.

Question

Would reducing the scale from 5ft to 1ft (or other measurement) have any additional undesired effects?

I've already factored in scaling down range and everything else, basically just divide every measurement by 5 and I wanted a sanity check that this wouldn't cause any issue I hadn't considered.

Context

I've started planning for my Christmas one shot, I had the idea of playing a toybox adventure (think toy-story or nutcracker) with custom races for each type of toy and using giant stats for humans. My issue is that a 5ft scale would be illogical for this world. I thought I had three options:

  • Ignore the logic and just pretend everything is scaled up.
  • Alter the scale of the world to fit with the setting
  • Keep everything the same and make the PCs size tiny or diminutive

I'll be running the one-shot with 5-7 players at level 3.

Question

Would reducing the scale from 5ft to 1ft (or other measurement) have any additional undesired effects?

I've already factored in scaling down range and everything else, basically just divide every measurement by 5 and I wanted a sanity check that this wouldn't cause any issue I hadn't considered.

Context

I've started planning for my Christmas one shot, I had the idea of playing a toybox adventure (think toy-story or nutcracker) with custom races for each type of toy and using giant stats for humans. They PCs will be toy races with potential for human sized enemies. My issue is that a 5ft scale would be illogical for this world. I thought I had three options:

  • Ignore the logic and just pretend everything is scaled up.
  • Alter the scale of the world to fit with the setting
  • Keep everything the same and make the PCs size tiny or diminutive

I'll be running the one-shot with 5-7 players at level 3.

Question

Would reducing the scale from 5ft to 1ft (or other measurement) have any additional undesired effects?

I've already factored in scaling down range and everything else, basically just divide every measurement by 5 and I wanted a sanity check that this wouldn't cause any issue I hadn't considered.

2 added 72 characters in body
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Context

I've started planning for my Christmas one shot, I had the idea of playing a toybox adventure (think toy-story or nutcracker) with custom races for each type of toy and using giant stats for humans. My issue is that a 5ft scale would be illogical for this world. I thought I had twothree options:

  • Ignore the logic and just pretend everything is scaled up.
  • Alter the scale of the world to fit with the setting
  • Keep everything the same and make the PCs size tiny or diminutive

I'll be running the one-shot with 5-7 players at level 3.

Question

Would reducing the scale from 5ft to 1ft (or other measurement) have any additional undesired effects?

I've already factored in scaling down range and everything else, basically just divide every measurement by 5 and I wanted a sanity check that this wouldn't cause any issue I hadn't considered.

Context

I've started planning for my Christmas one shot, I had the idea of playing a toybox adventure (think toy-story or nutcracker) with custom races for each type of toy and using giant stats for humans. My issue is that a 5ft scale would be illogical for this world. I thought I had two options:

  • Ignore the logic and just pretend everything is scaled up.
  • Alter the scale of the world to fit with the setting

I'll be running the one-shot with 5-7 players at level 3.

Question

Would reducing the scale from 5ft to 1ft (or other measurement) have any additional undesired effects?

I've already factored in scaling down range and everything else, basically just divide every measurement by 5 and I wanted a sanity check that this wouldn't cause any issue I hadn't considered.

Context

I've started planning for my Christmas one shot, I had the idea of playing a toybox adventure (think toy-story or nutcracker) with custom races for each type of toy and using giant stats for humans. My issue is that a 5ft scale would be illogical for this world. I thought I had three options:

  • Ignore the logic and just pretend everything is scaled up.
  • Alter the scale of the world to fit with the setting
  • Keep everything the same and make the PCs size tiny or diminutive

I'll be running the one-shot with 5-7 players at level 3.

Question

Would reducing the scale from 5ft to 1ft (or other measurement) have any additional undesired effects?

I've already factored in scaling down range and everything else, basically just divide every measurement by 5 and I wanted a sanity check that this wouldn't cause any issue I hadn't considered.

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Would changing world scale have unintended consequences?

Context

I've started planning for my Christmas one shot, I had the idea of playing a toybox adventure (think toy-story or nutcracker) with custom races for each type of toy and using giant stats for humans. My issue is that a 5ft scale would be illogical for this world. I thought I had two options:

  • Ignore the logic and just pretend everything is scaled up.
  • Alter the scale of the world to fit with the setting

I'll be running the one-shot with 5-7 players at level 3.

Question

Would reducing the scale from 5ft to 1ft (or other measurement) have any additional undesired effects?

I've already factored in scaling down range and everything else, basically just divide every measurement by 5 and I wanted a sanity check that this wouldn't cause any issue I hadn't considered.