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For questions about handling game situations where players are acting in opposition to each other, rather than jointly tackling problems presented by a GM.

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You already have your answer You wrote it yourself. To combat this, I implemented what I call a neutrality pact to protect the bard and cut down on the bullshit. In this pact, all PCs must agre …
answered Mar 6 '18 by KorvinStarmast
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Thanks to the further clarification that yes there's an attribute like constitution! You can borrow a mechanical method from AD&D 1e: the cost for dying and being brought back is permanent lo …
answered Jun 7 '16 by KorvinStarmast