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How does "Sympathetic Magic" mecurial work with area of affect spells

I have not read all spells, but it seems that a target of an area-of-effect spell is not be the whole area of effect. Example the Fireball spell: The caster points his finger at a target, speaks a ...
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Does Force damage count as magical if the feature causing it doesn't?

No, it doesn’t Per the Player's Handbook and Basic Rules, the section on damage types states: Different attacks, damaging spells, and other harmful effects deal different types of damage. Damage ...
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Which version of the red wizard’s circle magic is correct, the text or the example?

The example is incorrect. In general, an example never has any rules weight in D&D 3.5, but sometimes might be a clue to the author's intent. Here, however, that's not the case; we can easily ...
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Do teleportation spells conserve momentum?

I generally agree with the answers saying that it's the DM's call, and there are reasonable justifications for "yes" and "no". However, I don't think it has to be just "yes&...
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Flavor Text or Rules: Magical Manifestations and How They Disappear

When you end your concentration on the spell, the spell ends. This is explained in the rules on Concentration: Some spells require you to maintain concentration in order to keep their magic active. ...
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