Me and some friends were running Mines of Madness tonight..
What hellish fever dream did you and @pvponline share in when you came up with this nightmare of a dungeon crawl? Though, it was fun to watch zombie dwarves shit themselves.. if they could!)😈🔨☦
— Carl Sopkovich (@The_Lekar) December 7, 2018
— K’thrissmas Perkins (@ChrisPerkinsDnD) December 7, 2018
Southern Ward vs South Ward. Volo’s Waterdeep Enchiridion contradicts Volo’s Guide to Waterdeep. Times change, fashions change, lingo changes. In this case, it's a generational thing in Waterdeep. So if you happen across old, white-haired Waterdhavians, stick to "South Ward." If you're talking with anyone who looks young: "Southern Ward" (except nobles, who shun change).
— Ed Greenwood (@TheEdVerse) November 7, 2018
Question from a guy that I couldn’t put to bed. –
“Can you fire a bow at somebody who is 5′ away and if so is it still a ranged attack?”
Answered as best I could, but he yearns for word from on high. Yes and yes.
— Jeremy Crawford (@JeremyECrawford) December 10, 2018
Worth noting if I am reading correctly:
Warforged can’t suffer exhaust so they can Frenzy without penalty.
Also, IIRC Heavy Plating Core doesn’t effect Fast Movement as it is integrated.
Maybe @HellcowKeith can confirm if my interpretation is correct. The Wayfinder's Warforged "don’t suffer the effects of exhaustion DUE TO LACK OF REST." So they suffer no penalty for going indefinitely without sleep. But this has no impact on other things that cause exhaustion, such as Frenzy.
— Keith Baker (@HellcowKeith) December 6, 2018
It does affect ammunition in the same way that magical crossbows/bows impart their enchantment onto their ammunition.
— Matthew Mercer (@matthewmercer) December 6, 2018