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For questions about items imbued with magic in some way, usually beneficial but occasionally detrimental, such as a cloak which renders the wearer invisible or a hammer which returns to its wielder when thrown.

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It's a way to turn money into combat power at the higher levels, once you run out of things to buy. If this were the 3.5 economy, it would be silly to invest large amounts of money into a minion who …
answered Aug 30 '17 by Ben Barden
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No, No, No, maybe? RAW, that doesn't work. The text lays out the method to recharge the vial, and it involves putting your blood (and CON) in right then. No alternate recharging method is offered. …
answered Mar 23 '18 by Ben Barden
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Only if you're carrying it at the time. You don't have to hold the deck in order to draw from it. You can have it sitting on a table or something. The more interesting question is whether or not th …
answered Jul 5 by Ben Barden
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'Tis better to give than to take. The problem isn't "this PC has a super-OP sword." It's "The party is unbalanced, and the other characters are overshadowed." If you had ways of buffing up the lagg …
answered Jul 10 '18 by Ben Barden
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Core page 208: "Bonuses without a type always stack, unless they are from the same source." Here is an obvious example of untyped bonuses from the same source. Thus, they will not stack. Additional …
answered Aug 9 '17 by Ben Barden
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Compare to wands You're handing the player the ability to effectively cast spells in portable form... with some adjustments. That's sort of like a wand. wands for 3rd-level spells are rare. Wands …
answered Jul 17 '18 by Ben Barden
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Kitsune form cannot be changed It may be a bit rules-lawyery, but the rules text on Fox Shape specifically state: You can take the form of a fox whose appearance is static and cannot be change …
answered Jun 30 '17 by Ben Barden
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It should be zero charges instead - first, because cantrips are 0-level spells, and having them register as anything else requires specific exception, and second, because otherwise you could just char …
answered Aug 24 '18 by Ben Barden
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Why not let them have it? RAW, the Rod functions as a magic mace. If the Hexblade wants to use it as the target of his hexblade effect, then it can function as a magic mace for that effect (ref: ill …
answered Dec 21 '18 by Ben Barden
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Pathfinder is full of options... sorta. First, I don't believe the fireball trick works. Fireball does not target "one or more creatures or objects" and therefore isn't viable for being turned into …
answered Oct 1 by Ben Barden
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Standard spellbooks are vellum books with 100 pages each, initially blank. They cost 50gp each. Standard spellshards are magical book-equivalents with varying numbers of effective pages, initially b …
answered Apr 19 by Ben Barden
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By the available information, they are probably reusable Unfortunately, we're short enough on crunch here that we must go with fluff. The fluff description of the voidstick zombie talks about how th …
answered Aug 16 '18 by Ben Barden
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Like many other things in 5e, this is DM's call The Ring of Water Walking appears to be an effect similar to the Water Walking spell, if perhaps a bit less protective. The text of the spell indicat …
answered Oct 14 by Ben Barden
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Technically, you can draw the entire deck if you like. Others have handled the deep-math version of this answer, and I salute them, but if all you want to do is get as many cards to trigger as possib …
answered Jul 5 by Ben Barden
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It's less effective than you think it is, even if it is allowed Adding on to the various answers on legality... In particular, a target can only benefit from the Healing Hex once per day. Technical …
answered Sep 14 '17 by Ben Barden

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