D&D Movie/TV 5 (nitpicking)) things the D&D Movie got wrong


Are we seriously rehashing this inane canonicity argument again? 🙄
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Ed is wrong about the multiple wild shapes. My son and I went over them, he is forgetting she's high enough level (we figured about 10th-12th, considering some of the spells being thrown about by her and Simon), allowing her to use her higher level spells for polymorph (since that was likely her only encounter for the day and it was desperation, she probably blew her 6th, 5th & 4th level spells in addition to her 2 standard wild shapes).
The book about her explains why and how she is able to wildshape into an owlbear. It was an emotional connection that triggered her ability to wildshape period.


I had my nitpicks like the Bard not knowing any magic at all and the Druid wildshaping like 10 times in a row, but only real complaint is this:

EVERY fight but the Big Boss Battle at the end consisted of all the characters standing around while ONE character did all the fighting.

That is very much NOT D&D. Boredom would set in. The other players would riot.

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