Passage
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What is the best way to plan out traps in dungeons?
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There isn't really a good way to do it mathematically, so the answer comes down to how you usually end up actually running your dungeons. If you want a dangerous crawl, then you'll need to map out ...

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Can you use twinned spell on the same target?
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20 votes

First off, "a second creature" is here synonymous with "another creature." Your DM is right on this front. Jeremy Crawford has clarified such a point before: Q: Hey, can twinned ...

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Saving throws stacking bonus
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To provide a more detailed answer: SCENARIO 1: Focused Mind gives a +4 feat bonus, and the Armor of Cleansing gives a +2 item bonus. If you have both available and are suffering from, say, "ongoing 5 ...

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How can a wizard research spells from his list on his own without expending money?
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You've asked for house-rule suggestions in addition to RAW, so I figure I may as well chime in with how I tend to think about running these things in my own games. Note that the following material has ...

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Spending Treasure
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6 votes

Well, what do they want? 5e is a big step "back" from 4e, and even 3/3.5, in that wealth is not meant for combat effectiveness. Find out what your players have in mind as endgames for their ...

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Is 'reversing' healing so that it actually does damage a legitimate mechanic for the DM?
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9 votes

You'd have to define "legitimate mechanic." But I would say no. 4th edition D&D in particular focuses on keeping a fair playing field, and a big part of this is the assumption that all characters ...

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