What do moonbeam, blade barrier, cloudkill, cloud of daggers, Evard's black tentacles, forbiddance, sleet storm, and spirit guardians have in common? A spell quirk that can be fixed with one word.
While we pride ourselves on deeper analytics, there's no reason you should have to work to understand the basic game mechanics. With that in mind, we're refining the resting rule in 5th Edition D&D.
Answers to Frequently Asked Questions on handling interpersonal conflicts in tabletop RPGs.
After last's week post calculating the success odds for the Lucky feat, some folks who run the Lucky feat a little differently asked me to run the odds on that iteration. Since this homerule is popularly employed, including by D&D Lead Rules Designer Jeremy Crawford, we're running the odds and evaluating the comparison.
Cursed item mechanics have been revised in 5th Edition Dungeons & Dragons to focus on the narrative element. Beyond hints dropped in the item's lore, a character attuning to a cursed item will have no idea of their impending affliction until it strikes. Let's take a look at the new mechanics and how to best employ them in your campaign.
It is a time-honored tradition among Wizards. Preparing Time Stop as your 9th level spell so that you can fill a room with time bombs and watch the whole conflagration go off at once like a mischievous kid on Independence Day. Since playing with time invariably results in breaking laws of physics and fantasy, let's take … Continue reading Can you cast multiple Delayed Blast Fireballs during Time Stop?