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For questions about the druid, a common character class in RPGs that is associated with nature and nature-related magic.

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Let's say a human Druid uses Wild Shape to turn into a Rat, which has 30 ft. Darkvision. The Wild Shape description says (emphasis mine): You retain the benefit of any features from your class … sense. Humans don't have any kind of Darkvision. Does "also" mean that the human Druid actually won't gain the Darkvision, being in the Rat shape? …
asked Nov 14 '16 by enkryptor
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assume the shape of a beast that you have seen before. Your druid level determines the beasts you can transform into, as shown in the Beast Shapes table. The only limitations it describes are …
answered Nov 3 '17 by enkryptor
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backgrounds. Wild Shape Druid class feature explicitly allows you to retain skill proficiencies, not languages You also retain all of your skill and saving throw proficiencies, in addition to gaining … any creature of this type can speak any language in the world. A Druid can't understand a new language while Wildshaped. There are spells for this though, like Speak with Animals. …
answered Aug 3 '18 by enkryptor
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I have my concerns about a Druid being better thief than a Rogue of the same level. As a DM, should I prevent using the Wild Shape as a high-end burglary tool, and how? The Wild Shape feature has no … beast that you have seen before. You can use this feature twice. You regain expended uses when you finish a short or Long Rest. Your druid level determines the Beasts you can transform into, as …
asked Nov 15 '16 by enkryptor
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No, it isn't. The idea of shapeshifting druids existed before D&D. According to Wikipedia: Shapeshifting is a well-known trope in folklore, including Celtic mythology, which druidic legends came fr …
answered Dec 22 '17 by enkryptor