Hobbit on Quest
I'll give my answers for a few of these:60. can call lightning be cast indoors?
61. is studded leather considered metal armor for the purposes of use by druids and for giving advantage to shocking grasp?
62. if two wizards hit a creature with ray of frost in the same round, is the creature's speed reduced by 20 feet?
63. can the target of a bless spell benefit from it more than once during its duration?
67. does a target of faerie fire continue to be affected even if he/she leaves the spell's area of effect?
68. do fighting style bonuses apply to spells? for example, if an eldritch knight has chosen archery for his/her fighting style, does the +2 apply to attack rolls with fire bolt?
69. are all "spell slots per spell level" tables in the phb identical? if so, it seems like they could've saved quite a bit of space by printing the table just once...
70. a druid will not wear metal armor, but will wear armor made of the skin of an animal. does that strike anyone as unusual?
71. a druid will not wear metal armor, but a cleric of nature not only can wear metal armor, but also gains the extra ability to wear the heaviest, metalist armor in existence. does that strike anyone as unusual?
60. The spell pretty much explicitly says it can - it's just that it has to be a sufficiently large. See the parenthetic comment at the end of the first paragraph of the description of the spell.
61. I don't think so - I wouldn't consider it so. It's made primarily from leather with some metal to reinforce.
62. Sounds reasonable to me to stack the movement penalty.
63. Yes, it says whenever they make an attack roll or save before the spell ends, not once during the duration.
68. I think it's reasonably fair to use the fighting style bonus.
69. Whether they're identical or not, displaying them with each class is good for usability and doesn't cost much for space.
70. I don't think it's unusual. Just because a druid wield's the power of nature doesn't mean they can't also use it as in wearing leather armor. They're not PETA activists - they're forces of nature.
71. I don't think this is unusual either. They're not druids. They approach nature from a different tradition.