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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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Keep a "Current Condition" sheet Separate from the Character Sheet, encourage your players to keep a scrap of paper recording temporary conditions (current HP, current spell slots, current arrows, cu …
answered Jun 14 '18 by Kommissar
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Rule Zero in 5e is no different in its core interpretation than other versions, and amounts to this: The GM has final say in all things relating to the game. Its worth pointing out that this has nev …
answered Jun 29 '17 by Kommissar
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The key with Zone of Truth is you know you are affected, and are not required to speak. All it does is force the words that exit your character's mouth to be truthful. Generally, you are still in tot …
answered Mar 25 by Kommissar
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For amounts as minor as what you're talking about, you're best off just talking to the player and confirming that this is just an attempt to play up the character's intended background. From the sound …
answered Aug 9 '17 by Kommissar
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Crazy doesn't have to mean "Socially awkward" Sure, he might not say what is appropriate during most conversations (e.g. speaking in riddles, prophesying in the third person, etc.), but charisma is a …
answered Jul 28 '17 by Kommissar
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Step one, confirm that you know it is a broken house rule. In this particular case, its quite clear that the ruling is remarkably broken. For other cases though, examine how it might affect the balan …
answered Dec 20 '18 by Kommissar