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Dungeons & Dragons 5th edition is an RPG published in 2014 by Wizards of the Coast. D&D 5e is a heroic fantasy RPG inspired by the mechanics and settings of all previous D&D editions. It was previously code-named D&D Next during the playtest period.

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I've got two NPCs that are my followers (so far). I have a powerful spellbook my DM gave me, however many of the spells are not on my Warlock's spell list, so I can't make spell scrolls out of them. M …
asked Sep 29 '15 by Premier Bromanov
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You Can't Simply Close Your Eyes or Avert Them. Line of Sight is tricky. What it really means is Line of Effect. It matters not if you can or cannot see the creature, but rather if you have a direct …
answered Jun 13 '18 by Premier Bromanov
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Getting the Demon Spirit Out The rules don't really specify what happens when a demonic spirit is exorcised, so we're going to be using the assumption that the spirit is still around once it leaves t …
answered Apr 11 '16 by Premier Bromanov
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Hostile is how enemies perceive you, Enemy is how you perceive others When the rules use the word hostile, it comes from the frame of reference of a creature that is not you. Wand of Enemy Detectio …
answered Aug 31 by Premier Bromanov
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Yes, but only if you can cast it yourself Contingency States: Choose a spell of 5th level or lower that you can cast, that has a casting time of 1 action, and that can target you. You cast that s …
answered Jun 18 '18 by Premier Bromanov
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Rules As Written, It Shines Real Sunlight Sunlight is a very specific word to use in both texts. They chose to use that word to interact with certain creatures like Banshees and Vampires. Paladins ar …
answered May 25 '17 by Premier Bromanov
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There are several implications to letting players redo an encounter, but I'll focus on a few important ones. Con - You lose the element of surprise Players and characters alike generally don't know …
answered Mar 1 '16 by Premier Bromanov
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Slow states that On its turn, [a creature] can use either an action or a bonus action, not both. Haste gives an affected creature a second action. Assuming we're not talking about taking the att …
asked Jun 13 '16 by Premier Bromanov
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Ask your DM for the meta-information straight up D&D has basically two worlds: a lower level world (characters, places, ect) and a higher level world (players, stats, dice). Traditionally, these are …
answered May 23 '18 by Premier Bromanov
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In my group, we've been working with the understanding that you can wear a shield and fight with a two-handed weapon, the assumption being that you only get the +2 AC if you're actively wielding the s …
asked Sep 12 '16 by Premier Bromanov
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Yes, it should be truncated Per the spell, there are no limitations to what you can say. This is contrasted by other spells, like Sending, that have a strict limit on what you can say. But, even thou …
answered Jul 10 '16 by Premier Bromanov
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Context I'm playing a level 6 Warlock, my patron is Cthulhu (old god). I am a fan of Lovecraftian style horror, and I'd like to incorporate some of these themes in my quest. My personal quest is to c …
asked Aug 17 '15 by Premier Bromanov
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The simplest answer here is to stop using so many 5 foot corridors. They might have their uses realistically, and indeed you may want to force your players into this kind of situation where they are v …
answered May 29 '16 by Premier Bromanov
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It's all relevant to the campaign. There is no hard and fast "give your players X amount of gold every day" There's a few things to take into consideration when deciding how much gold your party "nee …
answered Feb 7 '16 by Premier Bromanov
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Use Disadvantage and Skill Checks There's no need to house-rule this. DnD 5e is already set up to deal with these types of circumstances. The DMG suggests that you impose disadvantage when you feel i …
answered May 29 '16 by Premier Bromanov

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