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Eberron and the forgotten realms are not separate planes, they are actually separate crystal spheres. Crystal spheres are basically just different solar systems that dont necessarily have the same planes or exact physics. The concept of traveling between these crystal spheres is called spelljamming. It's sort of like space but also like the multiverse it's ...


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They can This seems to be a revision problem in editing. It was at some point decided that humans of House Tharashk can't develop the mark, but it wasn't properly edited out everywhere. This, at least, seems to be the explanation D&D Beyond is going for on why humans in their editor can't take the mark. Quoting Stormknight on the D&D Beyond forums: ...


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With a literal interpretation you cannot change to a new shapechange form while shapechanged. You stay in the new form until you use an action to revert to your true form or until you die. Things do what they say they do and nothing more so since it does not say that you have the ability to go from one form to another unless it is from a shapechanged ...


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You can change directly from one form to another You stay in the new form until you use an action to revert to your true form or until you die. "Stay" means "to remain in the same state". This means there is no duration, and unless you revert or die you will remain in the new form. You can still shapechange to another form as an action.


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They can be found in Eberron: Rising from the Last War With the official release of the Eberron sourcebook – Eberron: Rising from the Last War – living spells were finally converted to fifth edition rules. They can be found in Chapter 6: Friends and Foes. If you don't have the Eberron book, you can also find the rules for living spells on edition 28 of the ...


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