Can a pc with no spellcasting ability use a spell scroll?

@JeremyECrawford can a pc with no spellcasting ability use a spell scroll? — Taco (@nerdcoretaco) December 13, 2016 A spell scroll is unintelligible if the spell isn't on your class's spell list. See the scroll's description for more info (DMG, 200). #DnD https://t.co/kQ3e9Ay7vo — Jeremy Crawford (@JeremyECrawford) December 13, 2016 @JeremyECrawford What if a magical […]

Speak With Dead spell, does the corpse need to answer truthfully or can it tell lies?

@JeremyECrawford Hi Jeremy, just wondering about the Speak With Dead spell. Does the corpse need to answer truthfully or can it tell lies? — fiend_138 (@fiend_138) December 13, 2016 Must a corpse be truthful if you cast speak with dead on it? The second paragraph of the spell answers this question. #DnD https://t.co/EUC3r7jKwc — Jeremy […]

Does Bigby’s Grasping Hand+Empowered Evocation let you…

@JeremyECrawford Bigby's grasping hand lets you add ability mod to dmg. Does Empowered Evocation let you add it again, or does it overlap? — Jonathan Longstaff (@pukunui81) December 1, 2016 Game effects stack, unless they are from the same feature (spell, class feature, magic item, etc.) or are different AC calculations. #DnD https://t.co/fzRE7ae9xo — Jeremy […]

What does is the effective CR of a Froghemoth suffering from the effects of its Shock Susceptibility?

@JeremyECrawford what does is the effective CR of a Froghemoth suffering from the effects of its Shock Susceptibility? If it's still 10,why? — Jon Dilley (@0Generic0) December 5, 2016 A monster's CR doesn't change round by round. CR represents the average threat the monster poses. #DnD https://t.co/IXwzaZCzlo — Jeremy Crawford (@JeremyECrawford) December 5, 2016

Why rogue have proficiency with longswords if it doesn’t get Sneak Attack?

@JeremyECrawford why would a rogue have proficiency with longswords if it doesn't get sneak attack damage bonus. — Stefen LeMaire (@LeMaireStefen) December 13, 2016 Rogues have proficiency with a number of weapons that aren't finesse or ranged. Aesthetic choices and game choices—the rogue has both. #DnD https://t.co/DF2LfgzYOP — Jeremy Crawford (@JeremyECrawford) December 13, 2016