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If you’re not an Artificer (or friends with one), you’re going to have to work with your DM or take a week off from adventuring. The magic item we’re after is Prosthetic Limb: This artificial limb replaces a hand, arm, foot, leg, or similar appendage that was lost or removed. While the prosthetic is attached and attuned to you, it functions identically to ...


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Only your DM can answer this question It seems that this musical fragment is a homebrew creation of your DM. If your DM has given you an actual item description with precise mechanics, look over them carefully to see if it is mechanically casting a spell. Regardless, you must check with your DM for this, because they are the one who created the item and ...


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The call-out box "Magical Traditions and Skills", also on page 238 of the Core Rules, explains that: Something without a specific tradition, such as an item with the magical trait, can be identified using any of these skills.


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There is no official in-universe explanation for why more powerful adventurers require stronger magic to heal the same fraction of their total hit points. It is not explained because it cannot be explained - it simply makes no sense in the fiction. The reason why stronger magic is required to heal stronger characters is purely a game design decision: if the ...


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They can only use Defiler Magic on Athas , however... They could still possibly use magic, but it will be from an alternate source, as they will find themselves unable to harness the same energy from the environment as they did on their homeworld. It's possible they might need to 'attune' themselves to the way magic functions in their host realm, and relearn ...


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The spell is suppressed but the wall remains. A relevant bit from the Sage Advice Compendium: The breath weapon of a typical dragon isn't considered magical, so antimagic field won't help you but armor of invulnerability will. I would argue that the precedent set here is that antimagic field doesn't suppress the existence of nonmagical things. The wall ...


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It's #3 Assuming nothing else about the animal companion, if it wears a frost amulet of mighty fists, and the companion is the subject of a greater magic fang spell so that its natural weapon gains a +3 enhancement bonus, the companion benefits from both the amulet and spell. While the magic weapon special ability frost is priced as a +1 enhancement bonus ...


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It is likely that they can use it elsewhere, subject to DM's approval! The 2e version of defiling and preserving is mechanically complex and hence during the 3e period, WotC's official Dragon magazine provided updated defiling rules in the issue 315, published in January 2004. On page 35, we read: You can easily use the defiler magic system in a game that ...


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You have a misconception an average peasant or a 1st-level fighter who drinks a healing potion will instantly heal from all their injuries and be brought back to full fighting strength. because they are not necessarily be healed up from their injuries. When they receive the HP healing, they regain 3.5e the ability to take physical punishment and keep ...


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