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    Today, 04:37 AM
    Shield Blade Ward Friends Those would help keep you alive
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    Today, 03:53 AM
    Acid Splash (only sometimes) and Catapult are two I can think of
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    Yesterday, 06:47 AM
    On Riposte, I'm rolling a d8 rather than a d20 to hit?
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    Yesterday, 06:20 AM
    The second and third Armor of Blades abilities are not limited by uses per rest, nor by using a dice pool. This is unusual
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    Thursday, 21st February, 2019, 10:40 PM
    Inspired Leader
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    Wednesday, 20th February, 2019, 05:21 AM
    We should realize that there is no canon. There are as many world's as there are tables, and some tables run many worlds
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    Monday, 18th February, 2019, 10:19 PM
    I'm wondering if we'll see any subclasses besides the swashbuckler and storm sorcerer
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    Sunday, 17th February, 2019, 06:29 PM
    The only time alignment comes up at my table is when players with years of play previous to 5e bring it up out-of-character. "I'm chaotic good so I..." or the like. My NPCs judge characters on their behaviors and the legends that get built around that.
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    Wednesday, 13th February, 2019, 12:49 AM
    I had a couple pages of setting info. Some read it, some didn't. The most invested ones took my ideas and were empowered to expand them, and build the world together.
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    Tuesday, 12th February, 2019, 04:54 PM
    I live in Renton. The school district was closed Thursday, Friday, Monday, Tuesday. The snowfall in the region is the highest amount in a month in over 50 years. It's only been just over a week of snow. It's nearly two feet of snowfall since Feb 4. Most non-essential government services closed for multiple days.
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    Tuesday, 12th February, 2019, 04:37 AM
    Baylor University's approval of sexual assault got the coach fired and the president resigned in disgrace. The NCAA and courts are still not done ruling about future impacts.
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    Tuesday, 12th February, 2019, 04:33 AM
    Coooool Here's hundreds of Olympic medals stripped away https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_stripped_Olympic_medals
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    Tuesday, 12th February, 2019, 04:30 AM
    Congratulations, you found two who weren't stripped of their awards. Multiple universities have had wins vacated, titles removed and players regularly lose scholarships. Dozens of baseball players are banned from the Hall of Fame.
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    Tuesday, 12th February, 2019, 04:24 AM
    They remove titles and awards for many things. While their standards include things I disagree with, they do have standards. I hope the ENnies develop behavioral standards. Most sports include character clauses in their awards. Our gaming community can do the same.
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    Tuesday, 12th February, 2019, 04:16 AM
    When you've got lower standards than the NCAA you've got problems.
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    Sunday, 10th February, 2019, 11:22 PM
    If one is offering a responsorial or correction to a stance that doesn't exist their entire effort is vaporware. Congratulations, you won the debate with.. no one. Not a single person did what you are countering.
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    Sunday, 10th February, 2019, 10:22 PM
    Who has done this?
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    Sunday, 10th February, 2019, 07:55 AM
    I'd lean in on being a Trickster. Your group can't fight toe to toe, so it's all about the con now. Illusion and Deception -- there's a red dragon coming over the hill behind you.
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    Sunday, 10th February, 2019, 12:31 AM
    I've played fewer optimized characters than any other label. Being able to do a couple more points of damage doesn't really matter to me with how I play. Plus, if I die the real death I just make a new character, which is fun
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    Saturday, 9th February, 2019, 08:12 PM
    I have a few thoughts, but it would only be for about a third of the races/classes as my Astrological sign knowledge is pretty limited
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    Monday, 4th February, 2019, 07:31 AM
    Monks have extensive movement options at tier 3/4. they can climb walls as if they the are normal land, as well as a few other functions to close distance. A fighter that doesn't have a bow/crossbow/sling to do minor damage is a character that's made a mistake or an intentional weakness for roleplay.
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    Monday, 4th February, 2019, 05:39 AM
    I haven't seen an announcement for the position that opened last fall. A few people on twitter said they'd interviewed for it. It was all done post Welch.
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    Friday, 1st February, 2019, 06:08 AM
    I'd be willing to play the Sidekicks expert, but not a traditional 5e class without the archetype
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    Thursday, 31st January, 2019, 09:06 PM
    bedir than replied to Archetypes
    If I was your DM I would suggest Guild Artisan, and give you access to Prodigy in Xanathar's Guide. That would seem to handle your desired skills and free you to play the class you desire, maybe a Cleric of Knowledge, Lore Bard, or even a Drunken Master Monk
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    Tuesday, 29th January, 2019, 03:47 AM
    Isn't it that he's not being lead on the nautical book? I can't recall if he's been uncredited in any books so far
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    Monday, 28th January, 2019, 04:40 AM
    I've never considered what to do if someone playing a Druid wanted armor benefits that aren't part of being a Druid. Getting hit once or twice more in an adventuring day shouldn't be a big deal
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    Monday, 28th January, 2019, 12:25 AM
    Tower of Storms is probably in the seafaring book
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    Sunday, 27th January, 2019, 09:57 PM
    Things I want to do with CON in my next campaign; Make it the Sorcerer attribute, since I don't see magic powered by bloodline and/or body being related to how leadery you are. That's it. I'd have no trouble running an 8 CON Rogue, Monk, or any Archer build. Wizards with 4-8 CON are OK too, as I think Raistlin is one of the most interesting PCs in D&D lore.
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    Sunday, 27th January, 2019, 03:28 AM
    I think the save can model off any of the physical attributes. Is the target knocked prone because a weak spot was hit, because the blow knocked them off balance, etc
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    Sunday, 27th January, 2019, 02:42 AM
    One recommendation is that the Large or larger becomes "at least one size larger." That would create synergy for halflings, who have a history with slings/throwing stones. In keeping with 5e simplicity I would got for Slings have double short range for you. The ricochet is a cool ability. I want to think of ways to shorten the language, and maybe rather than lower damage, just make it...
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    Saturday, 26th January, 2019, 11:14 PM
    Why did you choose Ranger versus Rogue or Fighter?
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Monday, 5th November, 2018

  • 10:51 AM - MechaPilot mentioned bedir than in post WotC President Chris Cocks Talks Magic and D&D
    Granted that each edition is a separate product line, it is unheard of in D&D for year four to be the biggest year of an edition. 3.0 and 4E were already gone by the same point, and 5E is on Pace to surpass 3.5 timr in print in a matter of months. Did I say it wasn't impressive? Also, @bedir than, it's odd that you give @Parmandur XP for stating that each edition is a separate product line, while giving me a hard time about making that exact same statement. Is your real issue with my post that you don't think I'm impressed enough by their growth?

Wednesday, 27th January, 2016

  • 05:43 PM - OB1 mentioned bedir than in post 6-8 Encounter Adventuring Day as the Key to Combat as Sport/War in 5e
    ...king threat. If that's not specifically discouraging that kind of approach, I don't really know what is! For me, combat as sport is really only sport if there is a real chance for failure (either not accomplishing objective or TPK). So if someone wants to play this as sport, they would be purposefully putting themselves at higher risk than necessary in order to challenge themselves in that type of gameplay (again, think MSG5, it's much easier to accomplish missions with careful thought and planning, but if you like and are skilled at FPS gameplay, you can also go in hot and have fun doing so). That said, if they go in guns blazing and have some bad luck in early encounters, they can still decide later to change tactics in order to accomplish their objective. Conversely, a party trying to set everything up in their favor may have a bad skill roll and face real consequences (think Han failing his stealth check in Return of the Jedi, leading to the entire speeder bike chase). bedir than - Entire session took just over 5 hours. Hemlock - I'm fine with a few easy combats and always use TOM when I suspect one will be too easy for the party to allow it to be resolved quickly. I had two combats that took less than 15 minutes each to resolve in the above scenario. Importantly, as easy as they were to resolve they still caused the party to expend resources, which changes how the party can deal with other encounters in the day. And of course there is always the chance that the DM crits on a hit or two, or the party misses an important save, and suddenly an 'easy' encounter can really mess with the party's plans for the day.

Tuesday, 1st December, 2015

  • 09:04 PM - Skyscraper mentioned bedir than in post Limiting use of cantrips - what are the consequences?
    I'm A Banana and bedir than: thanks for the suggestions. bedir than: do I understand that a level 7 wizard with 16 INT (+3) would get 10 uses of each cantrip, per day? Does that really limit use of cantrips? To both of you, and others: do you find that having super large amounts of limited-use cantrips unnecessarily increases the book keeping? Meaning, does the wizard with 10 uses of each cantrip, really use up all those slots? p.s.: DeFCON1: I did search the forums but (a) I stink at forum searching (any tips?) and (b) I didn't find anything.

Friday, 30th October, 2015

  • 09:13 PM - El Mahdi mentioned bedir than in post Warlord Name Poll
    .../Maestro (predominantly craft skill level, craft guild rank, or academic/musical) Headman/Hauptman (root of Captain and too authoritative) Proconsul (the Pro- makes it too authoritative) Shepherd (too religious, too bucolic, too Firefly) Synergist (too boring, and sounds like some kind of psychic) Armiger (exclusively military and noble) Sherriff (too noble, too law enforcement) Impetro/Impetrus (too authoritative – Imperial) Adjunct (too subordinate, too Star Trek Borg - Seven of Nine, Tertiary Adjunct of Unimatrix Zero-One) Prolucutor (the Pro- makes it too authoritative, sounds like the person is a professional talker, and is just too hard to say) Warden (too Ranger) Leader(zzzzzzzzzz…) @3e4ever ; @77IM @Aaron Of Barbaria; @AbdulAlhazred ; @admcewen ; @Aenghus ; @Ahrimon ; @Ainulindalion ; @airwalkrr; @Aldarc ; @akr71 ; @AmerginLiath ; @Andor ; @AntiStateQuixote ; @aramis erak; @Aribar ; @Arnwolf ; @Ashkelon ; @Ashrym ; @Athinar ; @AtomicPope ; @Azurewraith; @Azzy ; @Bawylie ; @bedir than ; @Bedrockgames ; @bert1000 ; @billd91 ; @Blackbrrd; @Blackwarder ; @Blue ; @Bluenose ; @brehobit ; @BryonD ; @Bupp ; @Campbell ; @CapnZapp; @CaptainConundrum ; @CaptainGemini ; @Carlsen Chris ; @casterblaster ; @CasvalRemDeikun; @cbwjm ; @ccooke ; @Celebrim ; @Celondon @ChameleonX ; @Charles Wright ; ChrisCarlson; @CM ; @cmad1977 ; @costermonger ; @Creamsteak ; @Crothian ; @Cybit ; @Dausuul; @Dayte ; @dd.stevenson ; @DEFCON 1 ; @Delazar ; @DersitePhantom ; @Diffan ; @discosoc; @D'karr ; @Doc Klueless ; @doctorbadwolf ; @DonAdam ; @Dragoslav ; @Duganson; @EdL ; @EditorBFG ; @Edwin Suijkerbuijk ; @Eejit ; @ehren37 ; @Elfcrusher ; @El Mahdi ; @epithet; @erf_beto ; @Eric V ; @eryndel ; @Evenglare ; @ExploderWizard ; @EzekielRaiden; @Fedge123 ; @fendak ; @FireLance ; @Fishing_Minigame ; @Flamestrike ; @FLexor the Mighty! ; @Forged Fury ; @Fragsie ; @Fralex ; @FreeTheSlaves ; @froth ; @Gadget; @Galendril ; @GameOgre ; @Garthanos ; @Ghost Matter ; @Giltonio_Santos ; @Gimul; @GMforPowergamer...

Sunday, 18th October, 2015

  • 06:26 AM - Duan'duliir mentioned bedir than in post Race creation system reverse engineered and 38 example races in short form
    Xeviat Yea. Sorry, its just hard to ell on the internet, so I find it best to be defensive. I completely agree, and unless WotC release an official calculator for making races, ones like Coronoides are the best we've got (there was one other on the WotC forums, but I don't think it made the journey. I had a look and it is incomplete AFAIK). I agree that some things don't sit right (especially HP from a race is more than a feat), like I said, this sort of calculator depends on everything WotC being balanced with each other. @bedir than I find it easier to refer to the excel file and then go to the pdf for clarifications. On the Wizards Community forums, there was several iterations of testing, and me and a couple others were bringing forth inconsistencies and providing examples of our creations. I will actually be bringing everything I put there here as well. My players have tried a couple of the races provided by myself, Coronoides, and one of the others (Ginjiro, if he comes over using that name) and I felt that they were all fairly well balanced. If you post yours here, I'd be happy to check them out (providing the point cost of each trait as you use it makes it easier for us.)

Tuesday, 6th October, 2015

  • 06:09 PM - redrick mentioned bedir than in post What is your current way to roll stats
    Again, this is not about best better bestest. What method are you currently using to generate stats? That simple. Ha, sorry, may have gotten a bit pre-emptively defensive. I like the standard array. We've created dozens of characters with it in my current group, and none of them feel cookie cutter. On the other hand, everybody always plays a new class when they roll up a new character, which helps. I also will use a "random" point buy (as turned into a script by Aramis and linked above by bedir than), because it gets me what I want from rolling — inspiration, without a dramatic swing in power level. I would use straight 3d6, with the option to swap one pair of scores, if I were playing in a high-mortality, low-adventure, grimdark type campaign with players that I knew were good sports. Rolling is only fun if you roll badly. :)

Monday, 5th October, 2015

  • 08:09 PM - Miladoon mentioned bedir than in post What is your current way to roll stats
    Your friend needs to be handed some of my dice. But then again, that might be cheating since I know those dice be shyte. EDIT: In order to rerail my derailment I want to just say that I would like to see more methods of statgen and not flailabout in the realm of associating cheating with any specific method. bedir than, I was trying to picture your method and I find it is not much different than picking the stat array in the book, but I could see it getting interesting if everyone took the array that was 'rolled' and even more interesting if they took it in order.

Saturday, 22nd August, 2015

  • 01:55 AM - Mercurius mentioned bedir than in post DMing large (10+) groups
    In another thread, bedir than mentioned that his/her group is 10 but individual sessions include 2-5 players. I personally have found the sweetspot being 4-5 players, with 6 being doable but 7 really starting to break down. This got me thinking about the idea of running a campaign with tons of players (10+) that swap out for individual segments, quests, even split-party sessions. For whatever reason I find the idea intriguing with lots of interesting possibilities. For instance, the DM could blind copy email people who are scheduled for the next session and the players wouldn't always know who is going to show up. Anyhow, has anyone done this? bedir than, can you tell us more?

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Saturday, 23rd February, 2019

  • 06:52 AM - Ash Mantle quoted bedir than in post Swordlord [Fighter Subclass, PEACH]
    On Riposte, I'm rolling a d8 rather than a d20 to hit? Good point. How about changing it to "When a creature misses you with a melee attack, you can roll 1d8 as a reaction in addition to making a melee weapon attack against the creature. If you hit, you add the number you roll to the attack's damage roll. " Have since edited it in. Thanks heaps, bro!
  • 06:32 AM - Ash Mantle quoted bedir than in post Swordlord [Fighter Subclass, PEACH]
    The second and third Armor of Blades abilities are not limited by uses per rest, nor by using a dice pool. This is unusual Good point, bro! The abilities should really be limited by use per modifier and use per rest. Have since edited it in. Thanks heaps.

Thursday, 21st February, 2019

  • 11:12 PM - Kurotowa quoted bedir than in post Healing to temp HPs ratio
    Inspired Leader As I said, off the top of my head. I did vaguely remember there's two or three group wide Temp HP sources out there. On top of Inspiring Leader, Glamour Bards from Xanathar's Guide get Mantle of Inspiration. And on the topic of XGtE, and Dream Druids get Balm of the Summer Court for a tiny amount of single target Temp HP on top of one of their heals. That said, I don't think any of this undermines my main point. Inspiring Leader and Mantle of Inspiration have some important differences from False Life and Armor of Agathys. There's a very high opportunity cost, either a feat with a pre-req or taking an unpopular Bard sub-class. Also the amount of Temp HP they give is an order of magnitude less than the spells. A scattering of Temp HP across the party is different than dropping 20 or 30 Temp HP on a single target.

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Tuesday, 12th February, 2019

  • 09:15 AM - Paul Farquhar quoted bedir than in post Pages From The Upcoming Nautical D&D Book!
    Over the past week we've had the snowiest month in 50 years. Yes, one week but more snow than any month for 50 years. The next pass at the Artificer was delayed. A couple streaming shows were skipped. The Renton School District (home of WotC) hasn't had a full school day in a week and was cancelled several days in that stretch. I would think most of the work could be done from home.
  • 04:39 AM - Shasarak quoted bedir than in post RPG Writer Zak S Accused Of Abusive Behaviour
    Baylor University's approval of sexual assault got the coach fired and the president resigned in disgrace. The NCAA and courts are still not done ruling about future impacts. The goal posts are moving too fast to keep up with. Cant prove one thing, move to the next.
  • 04:35 AM - Shasarak quoted bedir than in post RPG Writer Zak S Accused Of Abusive Behaviour
    Coooool Here's hundreds of Olympic medals stripped away https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_stripped_Olympic_medals They got stripped for cheating. Which is exactly what I said for the Ennies.
  • 04:33 AM - Shasarak quoted bedir than in post RPG Writer Zak S Accused Of Abusive Behaviour
    Congratulations, you found two who weren't stripped of their awards. Multiple universities have had wins vacated, titles removed and players regularly lose scholarships. Dozens of baseball players are banned from the Hall of Fame. Yeah but are they banned because they cheated? You know like Lance Armstrong did.
  • 04:26 AM - Shasarak quoted bedir than in post RPG Writer Zak S Accused Of Abusive Behaviour
    They remove titles and awards for many things. While their standards include things I disagree with, they do have standards. I hope the ENnies develop behavioral standards. Most sports include character clauses in their awards. Our gaming community can do the same. Did OJ Simpson get stripped of his NFL Player of the Year award? Did Oscar Pistorius get stripped of his Olympic Gold medal?
  • 04:22 AM - Shasarak quoted bedir than in post RPG Writer Zak S Accused Of Abusive Behaviour
    When you've got lower standards than the NCAA you've got problems. What does Basketball have to do with plagiarism?
  • 03:47 AM - Parmandur quoted bedir than in post Pages From The Upcoming Nautical D&D Book!
    Over the past week we've had the snowiest month in 50 years. Yes, one week but more snow than any month for 50 years. The next pass at the Artificer was delayed. A couple streaming shows were skipped. The Renton School District (home of WotC) hasn't had a full school day in a week and was cancelled several days in that stretch. Yup, their work seems delayed slightly: this is why they avoid promising specifics, life happens.

Monday, 11th February, 2019

  • 10:22 PM - Yunru quoted bedir than in post RPG Writer Zak S Accused Of Abusive Behaviour
    It's fairly easy to see that ENnies are not given to the work, but instead to the creators. That's why the creators are given physical awards. If authors didn't matter they wouldn't get an award. Authors do, in fact, matter.Umm what? They win awards for their work. That's why they are given the award, because the thing they own won it. The author doesn't matter for who wins.
  • 12:06 AM - FrogReaver quoted bedir than in post The Pitfalls of D&D Beyond Data
    If one is offering a responsorial or correction to a stance that doesn't exist their entire effort is vaporware. Congratulations, you won the debate with.. [checks notes] no one. Not a single person did what you are countering. This phenomenon of people quoting D&D Beyond stats to prove points happens the most right after they post some of their data. Those posts and threads are months old at this point and so I'm not going to dig them up. However, there's been comments about their data in more recent threads, but it's not important enough to go digging through pages and pages of comments looking for the proverbial needle in the haystick that I know is there (because I've recently read it) just to prove you wrong. Instead I'll give you one current example. The example: @Morrus did. It's still on the front page of this forum and shows in the thread title: "90% of D&D Games Stop By Level 10; Wizards More Popular At Higher Levels" By the way, why the heck does someone with 762 posts in th...

Sunday, 10th February, 2019

  • 10:23 PM - FrogReaver quoted bedir than in post The Pitfalls of D&D Beyond Data
    Who has done this? Does it matter?
  • 08:39 PM - Jay Verkuilen quoted bedir than in post Humans, Fighters, and Life Domain Most Popular On D&D Beyond
    Anyone who thinks that Xanathar's is the only book with player expansion in it probably should review the entire catalog. Over 50% of the books have player options in them. They do, but WotC's propensity to put lots of DM information in means that those books are largely or mostly for DMs, with only fairly minimal player info, often not enough to drive sales to players. Just considering my own group, only one person bought Mordenkainen's Tome of Foes. While it does have player content in it, it's not really comparable to the amount in Xanathar's, which is useful for most players. Volo's has quite a bit, but mostly the monster races, which have never been that popular.
  • 08:11 PM - quoted bedir than in post Humans, Fighters, and Life Domain Most Popular On D&D Beyond
    Anyone who thinks that Xanathar's is the only book with player expansion in it probably should review the entire catalog. Over 50% of the books have player options in them. yeah, it is clear, the vast majority of people obviously bought CoS because of the new PC background. anyway, I think most of us see a clear difference between a product like Xgta and SCAG, for example. the first is a 'major mechanical expansion' (quote Mearls), the second a campaign guide clearly aimed at DMs in which some bonus UA rules for players are refined and printed, occupying a vastly negligible percentage of the book. and, assuming a linear model, justifying only a negligible percentage of the sales.
  • 02:31 PM - FrogReaver quoted bedir than in post Humans, Fighters, and Life Domain Most Popular On D&D Beyond
    Did your assumptions include that players could be using homebrew subclasses? To my knowledge it's not possible to use homebrew content on Beyond. Please let me know if that is in correct :)
  • 01:02 AM - ad_hoc quoted bedir than in post Humans, Fighters, and Life Domain Most Popular On D&D Beyond
    It's a bit of an indication about how many people are spending money on Beyond. There's only 1 feat available for free. Less than half of gaming groups use feats.

Saturday, 9th February, 2019

  • 11:55 PM - BadEye quoted bedir than in post Humans, Fighters, and Life Domain Most Popular On D&D Beyond
    It's a bit of an indication about how many people are spending money on Beyond. There's only 1 feat available for free. Not so. Out of users that have unlocked the entire PHB, we still see the non-variant human selected more or less as frequently as variant. I posit this could mean a smaller percentage of the playerbase is concerned with mechanical "optimization" than those of us that comment on internet threads are. :)

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