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Modify healing spell to deal damage? [closed]

Is it possible to do damage to a non undead with healing? Like too much of something should be harmful right? Does healing work like accelerating the rate of natural regeneration, then you could keep ...
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Good source of d and d or similar game, minituare figurines? [duplicate]

So I am playing a new group of players and they are hoping for more of a visual aid. Does anyone know any good places to pick up cheap figures?
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How to run a side quest [duplicate]

Recent commitments means one of our group cannot attend our once monthly DnD game for a few weeks. We are in the middle of a campaign, a close knit group and we are usually always present at every ...
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Virtual Immortality [closed]

I'm looking for ways to make PC's and NPC's virtually immortal. I know that EVERYTHING can be killed in one way or another, but that's not where I'm headed with this discussion. Elves have extremely ...
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Free, easy to learn D&D-like game. [duplicate]

What is the best way to share a free role playing game? I've painstakingly worked to make it easy to understand and play. I'm giving it away to get my works out in the gaming world.
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A “perverted” guide to morality? [closed]

Does anyone know any books (or .pdf, online material, anything really) that take morality and pervert it in such a way that justifies evil actions? Since English is not my main laguage I can't explain ...
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What is the prone state for a winged flying create in D&D supposed to correspond to? [closed]

In D&D (all editions I know of, which'd be 2e, 3.5e, and 5e although 1e and 4e answers would be helpful to understand the evolution of this), a flying character can be knocked Prone, which causes ...
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is it just me or is age in D&D more or less usless [on hold]

There are few races in D&D that are immortal if not none. But ever noticed how age barely ever effects your character. And how little players die from age. And elfs basically live forever.
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Warlock multiclass Sorcerer…How many level of sorcerer [closed]

I want to multiclass my yuan-ti warlock great-old-one with a sorcerer sea origins. Im thinking of 5 lvl warlock and maybe the rest in sorcerer. We have a group of 4, including me. We have a half-orc ...
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How much time/lifespan does the sun of Athas have left?

I realize that magic ignores physics, and that RPGs are notoriously inaccurate... but I'm curious if a close enough or approximate answer can be deduced from the existing lore. Given that, do the ...
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Is it possible for a Druid to defeat a Wizard? [closed]

We're currently all level 4, about to become lvl 5 and have just finished our first real campaign (LmoP). It was a lot of fun, and we're all quite comfortable with our classes by now. Our DM has ...
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What do I do if my DM wants revenge for when I was the DM? [closed]

I ran my first D&D campaign last year for 8 players (too many I know, but they really wanted to play). One player was super excited and made a detailed character and background. Long story short, ...
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Multiple Spells (Wand/Rod/Staff)? [closed]

I completely for got what source I read this so I'll ask all, but wasn't there rules for wand, rods, or staffs to have multiple spells and still have 50 charges. Same activation rules and spell ...
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Why do Ability Score method names imply difficulty inversely? [closed]

While in video games, playing with more difficult parameters, the selections are named easy (the game is easier to play than normal) normal difficult (the game is more difficult than normal) but ...
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Can dark vision see in pitch darkness?

In D&D, some creatures and player races have dark vision. Can a character or monster with dark vision see in pitch blackness? In real life animals with dark vision see by reflecting the light off ...
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What does 1d20 mean in dnd? [closed]

I’m new to dnd and I’m having a hard time getting what all the stats mean, one of the things I’m having the most trouble with is things like, for example, 1d20. What does this mean and how does it ...
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What is D&D lore establishing Evil/Good = Dark/Light? [closed]

D&D is strongly rooted in the duality of Dark/Light (and the tones black/white) as an equivalent for Evil/Good. This is tiring for a number of reasons both as a GM and as a player. While examples ...