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Features of the same name do not stack This is a rule found in Dungeon Master's Guide and Xanathar's Guide to Everything. Xanathar's version is more elaborate: Combining Different Effects Different game effects can affect a target at the same time. For example, two different benefits can give you a bonus to your Armor Class. But when two or more ...


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You need to make an attack for Alchemist's Fire to activate As an action, you can throw this flask up to 20 feet, shattering it on impact. Make a ranged attack against a creature or object, treating the alchemist's fire as an improvised weapon. By the rules you cannot just drop the flask and have it ignite. The reason for this is not clear, perhaps a ...


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So I wonder if you can construct guidelines like: "If you have the equipment of 2 levels below your character level you should effectively be regarded as 1 level below your actual character level as far as Encounter Levels are concerned." It will vastly depend on the character. In D&D 3.5, spellcasters, and Druids especially, are much less reliant on ...


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The key word is "Guidelines" CR is one rule of thumb indicator of how difficult an encounter will be. However, different encounters with the same CR will have completely different levels of actual difficulty depending on a number of factors, of which party wealth is only one. Even two parties with identical character stats (excluding equipment) and ...


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What exactly is an Emblem with regards to what a PC would be buying in-universe? It is an ornate carving or inlay on a shield. When placed on a shield, it is essentially ornate artwork that exists in addition to the shield itself. Are you buying some kind of "official pattern" that is required for a shield to count as having a proper "holy symbol" (as ...


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Buying a Holy Symbol is a lot like buying one in real life - only in the case of Paladins, they'd probably want something very well made. It doesn't say anywhere that a holy symbol has to be anything particularly special in terms of power (though it can be), so let's say the holy symbol is a cross. If the character carved it out of wood, that's a symbol. ...


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There is no game-mechanic that uses the book in RAW in 4e; its fluff. As a suggestion, it might equate to a "Between Adventures" Invent! Endeavour (p.199), or allow a Crafting Endeavour (p.197), but that's my suggestion, not the rules.


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Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay Companion answers this question on page 44, illegal goods price list. Warpstone is worth 2000 gold coins per ounce.


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