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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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I was reading about the "Create Bonfire" cantrip. If I cast this upon the square a creature is standing in, they must succeed on a Dexterity saving throw or take 1d8 fire damage. This sounds like a fa …
asked Nov 21 '17 by Behacad
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I want to offer a different perspective. The rules say no (as other answers suggest), but this is also a pretty cool idea that I would consider allowing (if it is not abused). The concept is clever, s …
answered Oct 3 '18 by Behacad
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Can a Beast Master ranger change beasts? Let's say I have a hawk, but I see a nice panther. Can I simply perform the 8 hour bonding with the panther and say goodbye to my hawk? The manual describes re …
asked Apr 19 by Behacad
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Imagine a beastmaster ranger halfling who mounts his giant wolf spider beast. The giant wolf spider has the spider climb feature, which allows them to climb difficult surfaces, including upside down o …
asked Jul 4 by Behacad
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I am playing a druid and am wondering whether my character has seen dinosaurs. My character has lived most of his life on the Sword Coast. Does the Sword Coast have dinosaurs, or are they from a fore …
asked Oct 17 '18 by Behacad
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I am wondering what "magic" means within the context of 5th edition D&D, particularly as it relates to the detect magic spell. I am familiar with the "The Weave of Magic" and spells slots and such. T …
asked Sep 11 by Behacad
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I have a level eight moon druid and would like to maybe change to another type of druid. Can a swap Druid circles ?
asked Oct 18 '18 by Behacad
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The scrying spell allows you to place an invisible sensor anywhere you've seen before. You can see and hear through the sensor as if you were there Imagine this scenario: I've seen the top of a mount …
asked Apr 11 by Behacad
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Other answers are excellent, but I wanted to add this fantastic list generated for exactly this purpose: https://drive.google.com/file/d/11cn7EmHDQpCzYWqqQ4BTMbmAA61oxtTv/view It includes lists of i …
answered Sep 2 '18 by Behacad
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You may want to consider that the size of creatures bears little relevance to how easy it is to hit them in 5e. A 7-foot-tall Dragonborn is no easier to hit with an arrow compared to a 4-foot-tall Hil …
answered Dec 7 '18 by Behacad
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The spell Hold Person causes the condition "paralyzed", which itself causes the condition "incapacitated". An incapacitated creature cannot take an action. Since staying upon a mount does not require …
answered Jun 17 '18 by Behacad
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I am a druid shaped into a Quetzalcoatlus, a Huge flying creature. I see a Brontosaurus and know I can grapple a creature up to one size larger (up to gargantuan). To everyone's surprise, I succeed in …
asked Oct 18 '18 by Behacad
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I am a DM running Tomb of Annihilation. I am toying with the idea of giving one of my level 5 players an item that prevents death, just once, and then breaks. Note that I do not mean dropping to 0 hit …
asked Aug 8 by Behacad
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How can player characters see into the Ethereal Plane? I'm familiar with the spell Truesight, but I'm wondering if there are other ways.
asked Jul 29 by Behacad
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My interpretation of Mask of the Wild is that players with this feature are able to hide in situations that other players are unable to. For example, a wood elf can attempt a stealth roll in heavy rai …
asked May 17 by Behacad

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