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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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We know that a player can choose to give his inspiration to another player (PHB, p. 125, emphasis mine) : [...] if you have inspiration, you can reward another player for good roleplaying, clever …
asked May 1 '17 by Meta4ic
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As discussed here, a negative modifier should always be applied to a damage roll. However, it is suggested in the answer that the minimum damage should be 1. I'd like to know if there's an official r …
asked Jun 27 '16 by Meta4ic
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An argument came at our table about the duration of the Shield spell, the crux of the matter being the interpretation of the words "until the start of your next turn". From the Shield spell descripti …
asked Feb 12 '17 by Meta4ic
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5th edition doesn't give much information about Giants and their Ordning. As far as I know, here are the two relevant text blocks in the Monster Manual : The Ordning At the highest level of the o …
answered Dec 19 '15 by Meta4ic
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From what I understand, your party is in combat, you hid from your actual opponents behind an obstacle (wall, barrel, boulder or such) and you want to know how and when you can know if an additional e …
answered Sep 17 '17 by Meta4ic
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A caster is surrounded by enemies. He casts Hypnotic pattern, centering the 30-foot cube on himself in order to target a maximum of foes. Hypnotic pattern: Each creature in the area who sees the …
asked May 1 '17 by Meta4ic
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I know it depends on the height climbed, the angle of the spiral and probably on the width of the staircase, but is there a quick way to calculate it? Let's say we have a 10' radius spiral staircase …
asked Apr 12 '18 by Meta4ic
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Reading the description of the Light domain cleric's Channel Divinity: Radiance of the Dawn, I stumbled over the words "harness sunlight": Starting at 2nd level, you can use you Channel Divinity t …
asked Mar 4 '17 by Meta4ic
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No, you can't. The true question here is to determine whether or not a free interaction can occur right before an Opportunity attack. An Opportunity attack is a type of reaction (probably the most c …
answered Apr 15 '16 by Meta4ic
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In the Player's Handbook, the rules on Dexterity (Stealth) checks while wearing certain types of armor are pretty straightforward: Stealth. If the Armor table shows "Disadvantage" in the Stealth c …
asked Dec 15 '15 by Meta4ic
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If a creature makes an attack roll or an ability check with advantage, how is it affected by the bard's Cutting Words? a) The number rolled by the bard is substracted from the highest of both d20, le …
asked Mar 13 '17 by Meta4ic
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Like you said, it all really depends if you use milestones or XP-based leveling, but yeah, you can expect 25-40 three to four hours sessions to complete the module. I am using the XP-Based variant an …
answered Nov 9 '17 by Meta4ic
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As a DM, I'm wondering if allowing a group to use social skills instead of stealth in some situations would still be within the rules or fall under the house rules category. I have in mind a group of …
asked Apr 27 '16 by Meta4ic
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A Dancing Sword can be launched by its controller to make melee attacks at range: You can use a bonus action to toss this magic sword into the air and speak the command word. When you do so, the s …
asked Aug 23 '18 by Meta4ic
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Subduing in 1st Edition In AD&D (1st Edition), the rules for subduing a dragon were found in the Monster Manual I, under the DRAGON entry: Subduing a Dragon: An attack on a dragon to subdue, and …
answered Mar 28 '16 by Meta4ic

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