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    Friday, 22nd March, 2019, 07:03 AM
    Considering we are now getting official D&D versions of MtG worlds, I would not be surprised if a movie were set in one of those and not in a traditional D&D world. Then they could get two groups of fans, instead of one. It could follow the adventures of a young Planeswalker who, over the course of several movies, gathers other Planeswalkers and heroes around him (or her) in order to defeat some...
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    Wednesday, 13th March, 2019, 06:38 PM
    Because 5E does not do piecemeal armor? So most full sets of armor, especially the heavier stuff, would include a pair of gloves/gauntlets that are worn with the armor.
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    Tuesday, 12th March, 2019, 10:08 AM
    You are not proficient, so you must have put your helmet on incorrectly, thereby muffling your mouth enough that you cannot properly pronounce the syllables of the spell.
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    Monday, 25th February, 2019, 05:04 AM
    I have never seen a version of a medusa where anything turned to stone returned to normal when the medusa died. And in older versions of D&D, you would just cast the reverse of the Flesh to Stone spell to save the stoned character. But for some dumb reason they decided to get rid of being able to cast the reverse of spells. So by the book, a Greater Restoration is the only way to save the...
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Thursday, 28th February, 2019

  • 01:55 PM - dave2008 mentioned Enevhar Aldarion in post New Dragon+ (Feb 2019): Saltmarsh & Greyhawk edition
    I use an iPad for my viewing mainly, and in both Firefox and Chrome, the left-hand side of the right pane is cut off; plus, that font is ENORMOUS. I have to scroll right in a column of text (like the editorial in the front) to read the first few characters on the left. In a PDF, I don’t have that problem; on every web page I regularly visit, I don’t have that problem. The only other place I see problems like it is Google Sites, when the panes are not dynamically resized, but fixed widths and heights. I even tried switching between mobile site and desktop site, and it doesn’t change it. Interesting, the only thing I can suggest is following Enevhar Aldarion's suggestion and fill out the survey - hopefully they will get it corrected.

Tuesday, 13th March, 2018

  • 10:46 AM - Lanefan mentioned Enevhar Aldarion in post A Flesh to Stone Creature is Not an Object?
    Enevhar Aldarion has this exactly right, as far as I'm concerned. Turned to stone means turned to stone: Rock to Mud will kill you outright, something that can snap bits of you off leaves you without those bits even if you make it back to flesh, and I don't even want to think about what Stone Shape could do to you. :) But, if there's a bright side it's this: stone is pretty much immune to fire*, cold, sonic attacks, gas of any kind, drowning, mental attacks of any kind, and poison; never mind you can exist without air, food or drink for a period of time probably measured in eras. Acid and sledgehammers are probably the only things you'll ever really have to worry about, though lightning is gonna hurt a bit if it hits you. * - though if someone drops you into lava you're likely going to melt before long...

Saturday, 16th September, 2017

  • 11:22 AM - pukunui mentioned Enevhar Aldarion in post New Spells
    Enevhar Aldarion: Calling these a joke is insulting to the neural network that came up with them. Don't hate it just because it likes Dave more than it likes you.

Monday, 5th June, 2017

  • 06:54 AM - Demetrios1453 mentioned Enevhar Aldarion in post The New D&D Adventure Is - Tomb of Annihilation!
    I asked Mearls on Twitter. He says it's a peninsula. The official product page linked in the post right above yours also refers to Chult as a peninsula, so if it says that on the WotC page, I believe the question to be definitively answered. And I agree with Enevhar Aldarion that the official blurb definitely is an intriguing hook for a campaign...

Wednesday, 9th March, 2016

  • 09:00 AM - pukunui mentioned Enevhar Aldarion in post FR "official" timeline? roll of years?
    Enevhar Aldarion and userZynx_name: Yeah, but that's not the question that the OP is asking. He's not asking what the current year in the FR timeline is. He's asking where the names of the years (eg. "Year of the Scarlet Witch") come from. They're not mentioned in the SCAG. The Roll of Years in the 3e FRCS only goes up to 1380, while the one in the 4e FRPG only goes up to 1482. And 5e's SCAG doesn't have a Roll of Years in it. As I've mentioned above, the WotC FR calendar tool includes names for all the years between -700 DR and 1600 DR, but it doesn't say where the names came from. Luckily, the candlekeep thread linked to above appears to have an answer: Ed created the roll of years, but too many years ago, Steven Schend pulled Eric Boyd and a group of other Realms fans together to create names for the next 100 years or so. We were much more prolific than Steven anticipated and thus the current roll.... As an aside, 1492 is the "Year of Three Ships Sailing". Do you suppose those thr...

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Monday, 18th March, 2019

  • 12:35 AM - dwayne quoted Enevhar Aldarion in post GameHole Con Hints At An "As Yet Unannounced Setting" for D&D This Year
    No, an Epic is a standard style of Adventurer's League scenario. They span multiple tables, and multiple tiers, all playing through the same adventure at the same time, generally with a winning table chosen from each tier at the end. This is all about getting AL DMs for the convention. Epic is also was used for level above 20 in D&D before some dumb event thing, i really doubt that is what he was talking about here.

Friday, 15th March, 2019


Tuesday, 12th March, 2019

  • 09:25 PM - Mistwell quoted Enevhar Aldarion in post Sage Advice Compendium Update 1/30/2019
    Wow, I am surprised that no one has yet mentioned Crawford's tweets from earlier today (Monday) where he basically confirms what some of us here said that bonus actions that are triggered by an attack can occur in between the attacks provided by Extra Attacks. Here are a couple of relevant comments: "Summary: the trigger is the attack that's part of the Attack action, not the entire action." "As DM, I allow the bonus action of Shield Master to happen after you make at least one attack with the Attack action, since making one attack fulfills the action's basic definition (PH, 192). If you have Extra Attack, you decide which of the attacks the bonus action follows." I laughed. I am not laughing at you. I am laughing that Crawford tweeted that, and the chaos that's about to happen from it. Thank you for posting it.
  • 02:00 PM - dnd4vr quoted Enevhar Aldarion in post Sage Advice Compendium Update 1/30/2019
    Wow, I am surprised that no one has yet mentioned Crawford's tweets from earlier today (Monday) where he basically confirms what some of us here said that bonus actions that are triggered by an attack can occur in between the attacks provided by Extra Attacks. Here are a couple of relevant comments: "Summary: the trigger is the attack that's part of the Attack action, not the entire action." "As DM, I allow the bonus action of Shield Master to happen after you make at least one attack with the Attack action, since making one attack fulfills the action's basic definition (PH, 192). If you have Extra Attack, you decide which of the attacks the bonus action follows." Cool, that is exactly what our group has been doing all along. You attack, bonus shove, and continue attacking if you have them.
  • 12:17 PM - Ovinomancer quoted Enevhar Aldarion in post Sage Advice Compendium Update 1/30/2019
    Wow, I am surprised that no one has yet mentioned Crawford's tweets from earlier today (Monday) where he basically confirms what some of us here said that bonus actions that are triggered by an attack can occur in between the attacks provided by Extra Attacks. Here are a couple of relevant comments: "Summary: the trigger is the attack that's part of the Attack action, not the entire action." "As DM, I allow the bonus action of Shield Master to happen after you make at least one attack with the Attack action, since making one attack fulfills the action's basic definition (PH, 192). If you have Extra Attack, you decide which of the attacks the bonus action follows."Crawford needs to not to. Seriously, the rule says Attack action, not attack, but here he subs in attack for Attack action. Sigh. I mean, if you wanted to make this issue worse, I'm struggling to think of how you could do it better than Crawford. His rulings on timings have been all over the place.

Friday, 1st March, 2019

  • 06:23 PM - doctorbadwolf quoted Enevhar Aldarion in post Artificer UA has been released!
    Regardless of anything else, I am just happy to see that firearms are only mentioned in an optional sidebar and not forced into the base class, which would not fit Eberron. Save the guns for future subclasses/archetypes that would fit other worlds better. THis makes no sense, to me. You're glad there isn't a gunsmith subclass, but you're fine with a future gunsmith subclass? You know you don't have to use any subclass, right? This. Not only moving the subclass to level 1 would fix the delayed proficiencies oddity, but it would also push spellcasting to 2nd level, fixing the other oddity of a non-standard half-caster spell slots progression. Cantrips can still start at 1st, as they are unprecedented to half-casters. Then maybe move Infuse Item to 3rd: 1st: Magical Tinkering, Artificer Specialist*, Tool Expertise 2nd: Spellcasting 3rd: Infuse Item, Artificer Specialist feature* *The Homunculus/Turret can stay at 3rd level I'd lose all interest in it if they did that. I see some people happ...
  • 04:01 PM - Wik quoted Enevhar Aldarion in post The New D&D Book Is Called "Ghosts of Saltmarsh" [UPDATED!]
    Wik you mean this one? https://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/17119/B10-Nights-Dark-Terror-Basic I should clarify - pdfs arent what im looking for. I have it on pdf. A print on demand option, like the rules cyclopedia, would be awesome though.

Wednesday, 27th February, 2019

  • 08:01 PM - Remathilis quoted Enevhar Aldarion in post Artificer UA to be released in February
    It was posted to Twitter tonight that we get the new issue of Dragon+ Wednesday afternoon, so we should get the Artificer UA at the same time, since it will probably be the UA that is in the new issue.Dragon + posted and no artifcer. I'm thinking this is going to be further delayed
  • 11:30 AM - vecna00 quoted Enevhar Aldarion in post Artificer UA to be released in February
    It was posted to Twitter tonight that we get the new issue of Dragon+ Wednesday afternoon, so we should get the Artificer UA at the same time, since it will probably be the UA that is in the new issue. I don't think it'll be a part of Dragon+ with the way Tito was talking about the two. In regards to Dragon+, he said that it was pretty much ready to upload during the recording of D&D News, while the UA was not quite done. Plus, I'm pretty sure they would flat-out say if the UA was going to release in Dragon+ instead of just being talked about within its pages. They could be released side-by-side though!

Thursday, 21st February, 2019

  • 04:02 PM - Bacon Bits quoted Enevhar Aldarion in post Artificer UA to be released in February
    Yeah, but unless they surprise us with a separate release of just the finalized class, the only way to get the official, polished version will be to buy the Eberron PDF, because that is where it will be found once the playtesting is done. Why would they put something generic in a specific book like that? Because they know that players want to play an Artificer regardless of whether or not it's an Eberron campaign. Look at what they've already produced: Between the SCAG and XGtE and the dozen or more subclasses between the two, there's exactly one subclass that's setting-specific: The Purple Dragon Knight. And that's when they're publishing just subclasses! Surely they know that classes need to exist in any possible campaign setting. If they want something specific, they can create a setting specific subclass just for Eberron.
  • 02:22 PM - CapnZapp quoted Enevhar Aldarion in post Artificer UA to be released in February
    Why would they put something generic in a specific book like that? *Shrug* All I know is: if you expect a setting specific class, expect to be disappointed.
  • 01:04 PM - Paul Farquhar quoted Enevhar Aldarion in post Artificer UA to be released in February
    Yeah, but unless they surprise us with a separate release of just the finalized class, the only way to get the official, polished version will be to buy the Eberron PDF, because that is where it will be found once the playtesting is done. Why would they put something generic in a specific book like that? As I said earlier, it might appear in more than one book (as many races and subclasses do), and whichever upcoming book features Lantan would be a likely candidate. It could even be released as free content on D&D Beyond.

Monday, 18th February, 2019

  • 06:00 PM - Parmandur quoted Enevhar Aldarion in post Artificer UA to be released in February
    UA articles are normally released the second Monday of the month, sometimes the third, but Crawford tweeted last Monday (the second Monday of the month) that it would come out the last week of the month, instead of the usual time. To me, that means on the 25th, so no one freak out tomorrow when it does not release. Worth noting that today is a Holiday, too.
  • 09:18 AM - quoted Enevhar Aldarion in post Artificer UA to be released in February
    To me, that means on the 25th, so no one freak out tomorrow when it does not release. don't worry, after four years of waiting no one will freak on poor soft wotc even if they shift the release on March. it is only another iteration of playtesting, after all, not the real thing... so who cares? moreover, anyone knows that is possible podcasting from home during the blizzard, but putting pdfs online is not so easy, obviously.
  • 04:23 AM - FrogReaver quoted Enevhar Aldarion in post Sage Advice Compendium Update 1/30/2019
    An Attack Action is not divisible by anything if you only get a single attack. It only becomes potentially divisible once a character reaches the point where they get multiple attacks. It never hurts to be more precise! Obviously the situation detailed above is the one I am referring to.
  • 04:13 AM - MockingBird quoted Enevhar Aldarion in post D&D movie, take note...
    This whole movie thing has moved way to the back burner for me for now because Amazon has activated the Twitter account for their LotR series and started posting teasers on it. :)And dont forget about the Wheel of Time series and The Dark Crystal series.

Wednesday, 13th February, 2019

  • 09:58 PM - Parmandur quoted Enevhar Aldarion in post New "Stranger Things" D&D Starter Set Announced
    Or they have given up on plans for a D&D movie for now and are secretly working on a series with Netflix. Nathan Stewart talked obliquely about the film work this past Friday: he apparently talks to Paramount & Hasbro Studios weekly about the project. And industry publications have noted that filming is starting this Summer, sooo...something is happening.

Sunday, 3rd February, 2019

  • 07:44 PM - FrogReaver quoted Enevhar Aldarion in post JC Tweets: How Close to official rulings do you consider them to be?
    Unfortunately, trying to get straight, serious answers to any poll here is like trying to ask a genie for a wish without getting screwed over. lol Yep, I think I'm starting to understand why congress gets nothing done.
  • 07:11 PM - Mistwell quoted Enevhar Aldarion in post JC Tweets: How Close to official rulings do you consider them to be?
    Let's see, they say 5E is "rulings not rules", so these official rulings by the guy in charge of making rulings carry more weight than in previous editions of the game. Also, so long as there is an official organized play element to the game, these rulings will be more important. They are also important in that they let us see potential changes/clarifications/errata/etc to future printings of the core books. The part that annoys me is that this update to the Sage Advice pdf is the first one in, what, over a year now? Longer? All the rulings Crawford has been making in between updates have either been on Twitter or on the weekly twitch show that has the Sage Advice segment. I feel that the podcast episodes carry less weight than his tweets because I do not know if he is even taking time to think about what he answers there. With Twitter, he may at least be sitting there for a few minutes, thinking about the proper reply before typing. Also, for official or not, or how official, it has been stated ...

Saturday, 2nd February, 2019

  • 06:23 PM - Hriston quoted Enevhar Aldarion in post Sage Advice Compendium Update 1/30/2019
    As was pointed out to me a while back when I asked Crawford about the timing issue, there is no declaration step or phase, or whatever you want to call it, in 5E. That is a legacy of previous editions. So you attack or you do not attack. There is no saying "I am going to attack" and then get to do a bonus action before the attack is resolved. If the rules say "take the attack action" then you have to make an attack in order to trigger the bonus action. I would say that you have to take at least one attack first before attempting to shove. Shoving a creature is an attack, so by shoving a creature you are using the Attack action which triggers the feat and gives you a bonus action. You can then decide in what order you use the bonus action and your other attack(s) you get from using the Attack action. There is no declaration phase required here. edit: Oh boy! My 2,000th post!


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