are the gatekeepers limited to khorvire or are they worldwide (or as much as their numbers allow)? Could you find one of their seals in Xen’drik or Sarlona? Most of the books and examples make them sound khorvaire specific. The orc Gatekeepers founded in the Shadow Marches are largely limited to Khorvaire. But there are other organizations that serve a similar purpose in other regions and continents.
— Keith Baker (@HellcowKeith) January 27, 2020
Exploring Eberron is a sourcebook, not fiction. Wizards of the Coast owns the Eberron IP and currently haven't authorized any new Eberron novels. I'd love to see new Eberron fiction, but it's up to WotC.
— Keith Baker (@HellcowKeith) February 19, 2020
another Q’barra question – do Tharashk mining encampments count as “owning land” for the purposes of the Korth edicts? Is this another area the houses are pushing the boundaries? Seems right. It’s a frontier, so it’s not as obvious as owning land in the Five Nations… and the main issue with the Korth Edicts in the wake of the war is “Who’s going to enforce them?”
— Keith Baker (@HellcowKeith) January 26, 2020
What is the absence of resistances for the Dolgaunt and Dolgrim all about? #Eberron DMs do you still give them resistance at your table and use Byeshk? It wasn’t my decision, but I think it’s generally driven by a principle of simplicity. Numerical DR is a rare concept in 5E, and byeshk was always an obscure substance. But you can easily add it back in.
— Keith Baker (@HellcowKeith) December 20, 2019
I’m working on an adventure idea set in the forests of Xendrik. I’m wondering if knowledge of the Giant-Quori war is well know or something that has been more lost to legend? Just curious how much information to include about it without skill checks. Definitely lost to legend. It’s a conflict that happened 40,000 years ago between two civilizations that no longer exist. High difficulty History check, slightly easier for elves from Aerenal or Xen’drik natives.
— Keith Baker (@HellcowKeith) January 3, 2020
question: so if a Warlock made a pact with The Traveler, what would the most fitting patron type be?
Or is that in your upcoming book? There’s no absolute answer. Archfey generally fits, but I could see a case for GOO or others.
— Keith Baker (@HellcowKeith) February 17, 2020
can you clear up something about Shiftweave for me? Does Shiftweave take a pile of existing outfits and magically merge them into the suit or is the Shiftweave made into new outfits of your choice that it can switch between? When a character creates a set of shiftweave clothes, they choose 5 distinct outfits the shiftweave can become.
The narrative and in-world mechanics of that (whether or not they need to provide 5 actual physical outfits that become 1) is up to you at the table.
— Dan Dillon 👥 (@Dan_Dillon_1) February 10, 2020