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    5E WotC's Jeremy Crawford on D&D Races Going Forward

    Don't be jealous of all my thumbs up.
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    5E WotC's Jeremy Crawford on D&D Races Going Forward

    So ... We're trying to not offend orcs and drow? Making sure I have this right.
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    5E Deck of Many Animated Things

    I would really like to get some more of these cards funded, so if you could spend your money to help me get at least the full set of level 1 cards and below, that would be swell. Thank you very much. :P...
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    UA Unearthed Arcana: Dragonmarks

    I'm a little confused. Do you not have rogues stealing in your games? Villains murdering or kidnapping? Slavers slaving? Just because those elements are in a game does not mean that the DM or players approve of stealing or murdering or slaving, etc. It means they want to be heroes in a world...
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    UA Unearthed Arcana Dragonmarks

    I'm a little confused. Do you not have rogues stealing in your games? Villains murdering or kidnapping? Slavers slaving? Just because those elements are in a game does not mean that the DM or players approve of stealing or murdering or slaving, etc. It means they want to be heroes in a world...
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    UA Unearthed Arcana: Dragonmarks

    Ew. You do what you want in your game, but that's not for me. One of the game mechanic reasons for limiting dragonmarks to some of the core, basic races is to encourage players to play those races. It gives greater balance, and you less often have a group composed completely of unusual and...
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    UA Unearthed Arcana Dragonmarks

    Ew. You do what you want in your game, but that's not for me. One of the game mechanic reasons for limiting dragonmarks to some of the core, basic races is to encourage players to play those races. It gives greater balance, and you less often have a group composed completely of unusual and...
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    WotC D&D's Best Year Ever - But Hasbro's Goal Is For D&D e-Sports

    I wonder if he's ever played a game of D&D in his life.
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    Critical Role Critical Role Episode #26 - spoilers!

    I agree with the core point you are making, but I think you are confusing two different questions. One question is, is it OK for a player to roleplay their character in such a way that it may bring negative consequences to themselves and the group. And to that I say, absolutely it's OK! In...
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    UA Into the Wild: New Unearthed Arcana Covers Wilderness Exploration

    In my view, they still didn't get it right with this. The problem I've had early on with my games is that tracking hour by hour, or even day by day, becomes too monotonous and becomes too much accounting. It just seems like work without much fun in return. I really like the approach Cubicle 7...
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    Critical Role Critical Role Campaign 2

    If you have to ask the question, my guess would be you would not approve for your kids. Different people have different viewpoints and tolerances, so I'd echo that you should watch the episode yourself first and then make the decision.
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    Critical Role Critical Role Campaign 2

    The first episode was so amazing. It did not disappoint.
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    5E Two magical items that give pluses to AC stack?

    Happy new year's! I'm stuck at work tonight, so I'd thought I'd ask this question that came up. A single character has a +1 ring of protection and a +2 bracers of defense. Is their total bonus to AC +3, or is it treated somewhat like benefits from spells and it is just the highest bonus of the...
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    5E Changing published campaign settings that improve them

    Have you ever made a change to a published campaign setting that you felt made the setting markedly better, either in a small or big way? I know this is subjective, but I'm talking about changes that you think most other people would agree are improvements. In my own example, I run the pre-Time...
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    5E How would you handle a healing economy?

    Let's say I want to run a campaign that uses the Neverwinter spellscarred scenario (or any kind of plague or curse, it doesn't really matter, but I'm using this for sake of example). Now, in the city, many people have contracted this plague (or curse, or whatever). They are sent to Helm's Hold...
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