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The Forgotten Realms wiki page on gelatinous cubes has the information you are looking for in the "Ecology" section: Gelatinous cubes reproduced asexually by either dividing themselves into two smaller cubes of equal sizes6 or via budding. In the second case, a smaller, rubbery cube was excreted into a side corridor or on a pile of refuse, and left to ...


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D&D occasionally uses "eldritch" as a simple synonym for "arcane". The Eldritch Knight originates in D&D 3rd edition. The earliest appearance is the D&D 3.5 Dungeon Master's Guide (2003), where it was used as a kind of generic patch prestige class to make fighter/wizard or fighter/sorcerer multiclassing feasible. Earlier examples, like the ...


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If you don't mind playing the most recent edition ... You can do what a lot of people have done over the past 5 years, and get the D&D Starter set, or the more recently released Essentials Set Some basics on introduction ... The starter set has enough material to get you started. A key to doing this successfully is to discover the game together as a ...


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“Eldritch” means warlock, except when it means eldritch knight Especially in more “mechanical” text—the names of mechanical options—the word “eldritch” has been strongly associated with the warlock class since the publication of Complete Arcane for D&D 3.5e. The one major exception to that has been the eldritch knight—which originated in the 3.5e ...


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The Amulet of Yendor was mentioned in Dragon Magazine #112 (Aug 1986), in a review of Rogue, the original game for which all roguelikes are named. However, the item itself does not appear in D&D, and it can be deduced that is is unlikely to have appeared in any official Dungeons & Dragons material. The Amulet of Yendor first appeared in the game ...


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I'm in a similar situation, so let me describe how we did it and maybe it will help. First I'll list a few things I think you need and then explain our thing. get one of the D&D starter sets, just stick to 5th edition if you don't have a preference. It'll walk you through things. get some cool monster miniatures and some miniatures for the player ...


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Dragon Magazine #124 states that gelatinous cubes can move around in water "freely", but their acid is diluted. This makes me think that they are allowing some of the water to flow through them... but either way, free movement in water I think means it can go in any direction it wants. Scientifically/logically, I'd wager that it absorbs water from the front ...


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