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La bebida elegida por muchas mujeres cuando llega la hora de la fiesta, Rosé se transforma en una forma de zapatilla con este nuevo y limpio look para las adidas Gazelle de mujer. El gran regreso de la icónica zapatilla en 2016 en su construcción de principios de los 90 es definitivamente motivo de celebración para los fanáticos de adidas, así que ¿por qué no abrir una botella y tomar un par de este color de gamuza rosa rosado? El dulce colorway new balance 990 para las mujeres Gazelle está llegando ahora a selectos minoristas globales de adidas Originals. Desde que Adidas ingresó al mercado del skate, han convertido algunos de sus modelos básicos en zapatos de skate. Ya sean para patinar o no, las zapatillas de skate son excelentes zapatillas de estilo de vida para el uso diario. Esta combinación de colores de Gazelle Skate es, con mucho, nuestro zapato favorito para salir del golf le fleurs converse campamento de Adidas Skate. La parte superior presenta una buena variedad de materiales en tonos tierra, ante marrón medio y lona de arcilla ligera.

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adidas Originals pasó la mayor parte de su campaña de primavera de 2015 definiendo lo que es una superestrella moderna. Con numerosas tomas audaces del modelo adidas Superstar 80s y una superestrella real que actúa como directora creativa no oficial de muchas de las colecciones de Pharrell Williams, la campaña fue definitivamente memorable. Ahora las tres franjas están entrando en un espacio más oscuro con su último anuncio, uno que presenta una banda sonora orquestal al estilo de Hans Zimmer, cabezas parlantes en blanco y negro y un vago monólogo sobre la carga de ser creativo. Estoy rodeado de mis opiniones. Vienen en todas las formas. Números, imágenes, sonidos. Pero no pueden convencerme. Yo soy mi propio estándar. Los comentarios y reseñas pueden medir la popularidad, pero nunca pueden medir mi coraje. Una sala llena de aplausos nunca hará más ni menos mi sacrificio.

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What balance pitfalls result from this house rule regarding levitating creatures?

My table is considering the following house rule:

A creature suspended above the ground and unable to move on its own (e.g., under the effect of the levitate spell) is especially susceptible to forces that would push or pull it. When you successfully target a suspended creature with an effect that would move it, you can choose to move it an additional number of feet equal to 5 times your relevant ability modifier (e.g., your Strength modifier if you shoved the creature with a special melee attack, or your spellcasting ability modifier if you used a magical effect, such as the gust spell or the shove effect of the Telekinetic feat). The additional movement must be in the same direction as the normal movement caused by the effect you used.

A creature with a flying speed is not affected by this rule.

The logic here should be obvious — a creature hanging in mid-air, with no ability whatsoever to stop itself from being moved, should be easy to move. But what are the implications of such a house rule from a balance standpoint? Are we setting ourselves up for headaches?

(For context: this might seem like a corner case, but we’re playing a heavily psionics-themed campaign, and so maximizing players’ opportunities to embody the tropes of telekinesis even at low levels is important. It isn’t inconceivable that someone else in a similarly-themed campaign might have similar ideas.)

What has Mordenkainen done to maintain the balance?

I understand that Mordenkainen has become a wizard who strives to ‘maintain the balance’. My understanding of which involves ensuring that neither good, evil, law or chaos become too strong (though my interest lies in his specific view on balance, so if I am wrong in the above then please correct me).

I have found his various adventures which seem to mostly be when he was still a player character and thus before he decided that the balance was his calling, but I can’t find anything that actually says what he has done, or does to maintain that balance. All I can find is vague things like ‘keeps the blood war going’ and I can’t even find proper sources for that (this is the most complete source, but how accurate any of it is I don’t know).

From official material, including handbooks, films, computer games, quotes, interviews, notebooks stolen from the bins beside the WoTC office, or any other sources; what actions has Mordenkainen actually undertaken to help maintain ‘the balance’?

I am looking for answers that can prove the reason for an action was specifically to maintain the balance, not just a list of things he might have done where the motivation is unknown or unclear.

Is this homebrewed four-armed race balance?

Some backstory: this is already in play. We play a homebrew space campaign. My DM is very lenient and the table doesn’t care all that much about balance as long as everyone has fun. Surprisingly, the Four-Armed trait rarely comes into play so far (I’m playing a Hunter Ranger using a longbow). That said, I want to know how it stands compared to the other playable races, here are the traits:

Virashti

The Virashti are a race of blue-skinned, four-armed geniuses that lives in forest cities. They have learned how to balance advancing technology while preserving nature. They have the best education system in the galaxy.

  • Ability Scores Increase. Your Dexterity score increase by 2, and your Intelligence score increase by 1.
  • Age. Virashti mature about the same rate as humans, but they can live up to 100 years.
  • Alignment. Most Virashti are good in nature. They generally don’t have a preference towards lawful or chaotic.
  • Size. Virashti range from 5 feet to over 6 feet tall. Your size is Medium.
  • Speed. Your base walking speed is 30 feet.
  • Darkvision. Accustomed to twilit forests and the night sky, you have superior vision in dark and dim conditions. You can see in dim light within 60 feet of you as if it were bright light, and in darkness as if it were dim light. You can’t discern color in darkness, only shades of gray.
  • Four-Armed. Your morphology has grant you an extra set of arms. These arms can be used for tasks such as, performing somatic components of spells, grappling, or wielding weapons. Once per turn, you can also draw, stow, or interact with an object requiring no action, assuming you have a free hand.
    When you attack with a weapon that does not have the Heavy property, you can make an off-hand attack using a separate weapon that also does not have the Heavy property using your bonus action. This off-hand attack does not add your ability modifier to the damage rolls, following the rules of two-weapon fighting.
    Furthermore, you cannot use a shield while you are wielding a weapon with the Heavy property, or wielding more than one weapon simultaneously.
  • Virashti Training and Knowledge. You are proficient in the Athletics or Sleight of Hand skill, and one skill of your choice from the following list: Arcana, History, Investigation, Nature, or Religion.
  • Languages. You can speak, read, and write Common and Virashti.

Now, obviously the big thing is that Four-Armed trait. Yes, this does mean that you can dual wield longswords (or equivalent) and rapiers right out the gate, making the Dual Wielder feat less appealing (if not obsolete). This also means that you can dual wield non-heavy two-handed weapons such as, greatclubs, light crossbows, or shortbows.

I’ve compared it to races like Aarakocra, which gets flight, and Satyrs, which gets magic resistance, and feels like this is pretty balanced, or at least comparable to them. Dual wielding shortbows is especially comparable to variant Humans picking up Crossbow Expert, if not worse.

Is this race overpowered when compared to other 5e races? And if so, how can I improve balancing this race?

Ephemeral Tread’s balance implications

The feat ephemeral tread paired with the spell dream travel, seems to let you travel to the dimension of dreams, and perform impossible actions. This seems to let you at a low level, cast wish upon yourself to gain permanent bonuses. Or to create an artifact, then astral project yourself onto the material plane with new artifacts? Is this actually possible uses or is there something that prevents the use of such powerful methods?

Using astral projection would be difficult as you would have to work around the duration of dream travel and the 1/day impossible action. However I’m sure there exist methods to prolong or regain your use while on the dimension of dream.

Help me balance my Homebrew Born-Lycanthrope Race please

I’ve built a homebrew race for born lycanthropes of different varieties. I’ve referenced the Order of the Lycan Blood Hunter class and NPC Werewolves while I was building it and used my imagination for some of the other strains of Lycanthropy (Weredrake, Bat, Etc.)
I had two aims while making this race. My first aim was to have all the different types be obviously part of the same group but all offer something a little different in terms of their flavor and what they offer mechanically. The second aim was to really convey that Lycanthropy was both a powerful gift and an impractical curse in the life of a person, but as a born lycanthrope they could slowly learn to control it over time if they wished to try, and as a result function more normally in everyday life. Could you help me get to a point where benefits and drawbacks are well balanced and suggest any points where some more flavor might be needed to explain some mechanical decisions? The aim, while making sure the class isn’t too OP is to have some really strong abilities that balance out with some big drawbacks rather than nerfing it to have small benefits and small drawbacks.

Link to the class page on DND Beyond is Here.

Many Thanks

How should i balance my monsters

I have created a few new classes and races for my game they all have the strengths and weaknesses but are still very powerfull.What is the best way to balance monsters or if I should simply put in more powerful creatures.My players are currently playing my campaign were they are traveling to the astral plane to kill an empyrean as a favor for having a devil save them in battle.I don’t want to keep throwing out powerful creatures but don’t want them obliterating all the weaker ones so how should I balance these monsters either give me tip on the best way to balance monsters or send me custom rules and monsters that can be fought at a medium difficulty.This game is in 5e

How to balance enemies in BESM 4e?

I’m only somewhat experienced in DMing, and decided to run a game of Big Eyes Small Mouth 4th edition. I’ve started world building around the other characters, and during creation I found that one of the characters can deal 44 damage on a hit. While I’m not worried (yet) about him overpowering the other characters, how would I go about making enemies to fight the group if they can deal that much damage? Do I just make them at higher point pools? Or should I just ignore point pools to a certain extent?

I ask because of how open the system is and how few generic monsters and npcs are given in the system compared to D&D 5e, which I’m more experienced in in comparison.

The main thing I’m worried about is enemies not having enough help and just dying in 2 hits.

How can you find a balance between effective/optimised characters and creative characters?

When creating characters, I often face a dilemma between making a character. It feels like they can either be optimized so they can "pull their own weight" or having a character I think is creative and fun to play.

When I say ‘pull their own weight’, by and large I mean by filling out the role expected of them (e.g. doing your best to maximize your DPS as a striker in 4E D&D, or choosing useful life paths in Traveller as opposed to interesting ones) and contribute to encounters at the same level as the rest of the group.

I was wondering if there were situations or game systems where one is categorically not OK? For instance, 4E as a system seems more inclined towards optimisation than others. How have people handled this as a group before? Was it handled IC or OOC?

Examples

In D&D 4e

  1. I’ve tried to play a scholarly warlock, buying magic items with flavour (goggles that let you read any language, for example) which was criticized by my gaming group because I had to spend money wisely so the group was strong enough to defeat encounters.

In Vampire

  1. I’ve created a Tremere with no Thaumaturgy, as the character in life was a skeptic; it was resolved in character by the sire co-ercing him into learning those powers eventually.

I saw this graph the other day on the WotC forums: Optimisation Graph

It made me realise the issues I’ve had before were due to not wanting to sit in the blue box, or that close to it, for roleplay reasons. Hopefully this should clarify my points above.