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Traveling is present tense If it said 'after traveling for an hour or more' your conclusion would be correct, but as written it basically means that as long as the journey will last an hour or more the feature is active. Even the first second. Also the spirit of the ability, is basically just to make it clear that it is non-combat. I believe the travel ...


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The DM decides when it's appropriate to check if the party's navigator is lost in the wilderness Source: Dungeon Master's Guide, page 111 Strictly rules as written, it's the DM that decides when to check if the party is lost. If your DM decides that it's opportune (and appropriate) that the party is lost from the start, then the Ranger's Natural Explorer ...


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This is a game system breaker, but It will reduce the time per round alot. First, change player AC from a set amount to varied amount. To do this, a player takes their AC and minus 10 from it to become the AC modifier. Then you would use a D20 roll to add to the AC modifier. \ Monsters will change their attacks from varied to static. To do this just add 10 ...


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