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Falling damage based on creature size

This is an underestimate of the difference in damage you would expect with larger creatures. In the 1926 essay "On Being the Right Size" by J. B. S. Haldane, he recounts how a mouse that ...
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Falling damage based on creature size

I agree entirely with @Nobody's answer (that this is excessively complex without adding sufficient verisimilitude). If you do decide to go with a similar system to this, however, I would strongly ...
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Falling damage based on creature size

I don't think this is a good idea From my experience, any house rules need to be carefully thought out in terms of the benefit they provide vs. extra complexity and things to memorise. In this case I ...
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Falling damage based on creature size

The rule seems reasonable Personally, I don't have a problem with the proposed house-rule. It's a legitimate oversight that the D&D falling rules were calibrated to humans, and don't take into ...
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Falling damage based on creature size

This is too complicated for little gain With the D&D falling damage rules, verisimilitude went out of the window a loong time ago. I heard stories that Gygax originally intended a cumulative ...
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