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    D&D 5E Mythic Odysseys of Theros Now Has a Description (& Pre-orders) [UPDATED]

    Fantasy Grounds has never, as far as I can recall, had pre-orders for anything.
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    WotC Is Mike Mearls Happy Hour still a thing?

    If only that were true... If only life were that easy. Alas.
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    WotC Is Mike Mearls Happy Hour still a thing?

    Indeed, it seems like all you have to do is ignore the cancel culture crusaders, or better yet mock them. Once you offer a sincere apology to the habitually offended, they'll smell blood in the water and, as often as not, you're done for.
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    What's a word for a non-adventurer?

    "Townsfolk" is a broad catch-all.
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    TSR TSR's Amazing Accounting Department

    At some point "I could care less, but it's not likely" became a popular phrase. People began using the first bit, with the rest being implied, more than the full phrase, and the next thing you know, "I could care less" became commonly used to say "I don't care very much."
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    TSR TSR's Amazing Accounting Department

    At some point "I could care less, but it's not likely" became a popular phrase. People began using the first bit, with the rest being implied, more than the full phrase, and the next thing you know, "I could care less" became commonly used to say "I don't care very much."
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    WotC Is Mike Mearls Happy Hour still a thing?

    I don't know what, if anything, was actually forwarded to Zak by Mike. Do you? Does anyone who is indulging in this "resulting anger" you're justifying? Let's be clear--at the time, Zak was coming under fire for being a tool to people online. That's it. Mike was asked to look into it, and my...
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    WotC Is Mike Mearls Happy Hour still a thing?

    The valuable employee is Mike. Whether a consultant or a play tester, Zak doesn’t appear to have ever been an employee, and striking a credit from new editions of the PHB is hardly throwing someone under the bus. The idea that a company should avoid even an arms-length cooperation with a...
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    WotC Is Mike Mearls Happy Hour still a thing?

    It appears to me that more than a few people were arguing that Mearls should face consequences for someone else's actions. It seems that people looking for something about which to be outraged have found Zak, who provides plenty of transgression to fuel that fire. The problem is that Zak is the...
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    OSR Which retroclone/OSR game is closest to AD&D 2E?

    You might also give Adventures Dark & Deep a try. It is sort of an "alternate universe" version of D&D 2e.
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    Who in the World is James M. Ward?

    Mr. Ward, thanks for what you've done and I look forward to what you've got coming.
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    WotC Is Mike Mearls Happy Hour still a thing?

    I hope to see Mike and the Happy Fun Hour back soon. That and the LYSK videos are about the only thing I find useful on the D&D channel.
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    Unearthed Arcana Unearthed Arcana: The Artificer Is Here! & UA Schedule Changes

    I think most DMs willing to use a class from UA in their games would be plenty open minded enough to include Artificer in the Magic Initiate list. As was pointed out upthread, the problem with paladin and ranger is that they have no cantrips, so their spell lists are structurally inappropriate...
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    Unearthed Arcana Unearthed Arcana: The Artificer Is Here! & UA Schedule Changes

    Arcane Weapon is a pretty great 1st level spell. It's at least as good as the 3rd level Elemental Weapon. Seems like Artificer would be a good choice for the Magic Initiate feat.
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    D&D 5E Dark Sun 5E conversion - draft

    After only a brief look at your draft guide, I like what I'm seeing so far. I'm looking forward to seeing your 5e rules for defiling or preserving.
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    Unearthed Arcana Unearthed Arcana: Sidekicks

    For your sidekick to cast a level 9 spell, you would have to recruit him early and then level up 17 times. I think by that point the poor bastard has earned his epic spell slot, having followed you around for that long.
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    D&D 5E WotC's Nathan Stewart Teases New D&D Setting Book in 2019

    Allow me to introduce you to the Forgotten Realms Style Guide. The very first element it describes is the appropriate tone for Forgotten Realms adventures and products. Tone The Forgotten Realms is a hopeful setting. The good guys will eventually win. This hopeful tone sets the Forgotten Realms...
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    D&D 5E WotC's Nathan Stewart Teases New D&D Setting Book in 2019

    The Forgotten Realms and the World of Greyhawk have different equilibrium states. On Toril, the forces of "good" ultimately triumph. On Oerth, the balance between good and evil, law and chaos, weal and woe teeters precariously but is maintained (for now.) On Oerth, heroes can win battles. On...
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    D&D 5E WotC's Nathan Stewart Teases New D&D Setting Book in 2019

    The equivalent of Kara-Tur is in the Southern hemisphere on the same continent. Follow the coastline around the Amedio Jungle and keep going West, you can't miss it. You could also cross the Dry Steppes and get there overland. The equivalent of Maztica is the Amedio and Hepmonaland. Step...
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    D&D 5E WotC's Nathan Stewart Teases New D&D Setting Book in 2019

    Not sure what you mean. Most of the D&D 5e published adventures seem like they would have been much more appropriately set on Oerth instead of Toril. For example, the Tomb of Annihilation is a mashup of Tomb of Horrors (from Greyhawk) and Dwellers of the Forbidden City (also Greyhawk.) It should...
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