@jefcozzaDoes the rule about copying a spell into a wizard’s spellbook costing 50gp apply to the 2 spells learned when you level up? Those spells are free.
— Jeremy Crawford (@JeremyECrawford) April 3, 2017
— Isaac Priestley (@weracketeer) April 26, 2017
— Jeremy Crawford (@JeremyECrawford) April 26, 2017
Who would you love to play a #ttrpg with?
— Nerdy Argonian Maid (@katyolady) April 7, 2022
I’ll GM. Expect a crash (flock) of tarrasques before level three.
Are you having fun yet? Ooh. Makes note to self: bring the cookbook with the tarrasque recipes in it.
And the long tongs.
— Ed Greenwood (@TheEdVerse) April 8, 2022
I'd play in that game! But I imagine we'd have an argument over who gets to GM…
— Keith Baker (@HellcowKeith) April 7, 2022
@TheEdVerse Sorry for bombarding you with Qs
What are younger folk who help the clergy in temples called/what is their title? I imagine they'd separate them and their duties by hopeful clergy and laypeople?
I envision they hopeful clergy being paiges/clerks to the clergy.
— stephen parlin (@smparlin) December 30, 2021
The formal titles vary by church, but a “novice” is someone recognized as on the path to priesthood, whereas a “lay brother” or “lay sister” (collectively, “Lay devout”) are temple/abbey/monastery/shrine workers not priests or on a path to priesthood. 2)
In many faiths, the lay devout are actually addressed as "Devout" (as in, "Devout Brandor" or "Devout Aslanna" if Brandor or Aslanna was their given name…whereas a novice would be "Faithful X," with "X" being the name of a saint or historical distinguished-service cleric.
— Ed Greenwood (@TheEdVerse) December 31, 2021
Question I think I know the answer to about the Cruel Feat in Tal’Dorei Reborn: if you spend a Cruelty Dice to do damage on a Nat 20, does it double to 2d6? Very much in the same vein as a Paladin’s Smite or other such features, I would think so!
— Matthew Mercer (@matthewmercer) January 28, 2022
@KhameleonGardenIs a weapon created – like from the warlock’s Pact of Blade – considered a magic weapon? The first paragraph of Pact of the Blade answers your question.
— Jeremy Crawford (@JeremyECrawford) April 20, 2017
@JeremyECrawford How are those of us who are less adept at detecting sarcasm and humor supposed to know whether the rules are joking? Can't see their faces!
— David Swanson (@swansondavida) April 20, 2017
— Jeremy Crawford (@JeremyECrawford) April 21, 2017