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Does putting someone’s physical body in quintessence, thus removing them from the time stream, also remove them from the dream demiplane their mind was sent to by Microcosm?
The point of this is to see if we can separate the mind and body and use Dream Travel to go to the dream created by Microcosm, with the body of the dreamer safely stored in Quintessence.
All of this assumes that Microcosm does create a dream demiplane, which by RAW may be dubious. But if it does, cheap pocket plane with better time traits we could otherwise get. Downside: dealing with monsters of the dream world might suck. Upside, pretty hard to get there if you’re not a creature related to dreams.
As an Artillersit Artificer, if I create a tiny-sized Eldritch Cannon with legs, can I place this cannon somewhere on my person and let it use its legs to hold on to my character (on my head, shoulder (Predator!), wrist, belt, top of my backpack, etc.)?
I understand that with RAW, it cannot move on its own into an occupied space, so it would not be able to climb up onto me, but I think that I should still be able to pick it up and place it somewhere as an object interaction. It could use its legs to hold on once in place. If I can control it from up to 60 feet away, I would think that it shouldn’t hinder the use of my hands for other actions once it is there.
So I created a custom post type and I’ve also created a custom page called
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Here is the code inside
<?php $ args = array( 'post_type' => 'profile', // enter custom post type 'orderby' => 'title', 'order' => 'ASC', 'posts_per_page' => '4', ); $ loop = new WP_Query($ args); get_header(); // displays header get_sidebar(); get_footer(); //displays footer
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How can I target the red box and create templating where I would like to show the title and thumbnail?
Please consider an ancient Green dragon with the variant ability to cast spells. She would like to cast Simulacrum.
Monster Manual Page 86 / Variant:
VARIANT: DRAGONS AS INNATE SPELLCASTERS: Dragons are innately magical creatures that can master a few spells as they age, using this variant.
A young or older dragon can innately cast a number of spells equal to its Charisma modifier. Each spell can be cast once per day, requiring no material components, and the spell’s level can be no higher than one-third the dragon’s challenge rating (rounded down) . The dragon’s bonus to hit with spell attacks is equal to its proficiency bonus+ its Charisma bonus. The dragon’s spell save DC equals 8 +its proficiency bonus + its Charisma modifier.
As noted she is CR: 22 with 19 charisma – giving her four spells to cast once per day / 7th level spell maximum. No problems thus far. She is concerned about the material components for this Simulacrum spell…
Components: V, S, M – Snow or ice in quantities sufficient to made a life-size copy of the duplicated creature; some hair, fingernail clippings, or other piece of that creature’s body placed inside the snow or ice; and powdered ruby worth 1,500 gp, sprinkled over the duplicate and consumed by the spell.
… but she realizes (thanks to ‘variant’, above) that she casts all her spells ‘requiring no material components’. This is her lucky eon! She will have to choose fun spells like Awaken and Reincarnate so as to build up an immortal army of her favourite treasure-people-beasts! But she digresses.
This zero materials required means she need not worry over the expensive powdered ruby – nor even the snow for that matter. But what of the hair, clippings (or ‘other body parts’)? If ANY components are allowed, can she cast any humanoid or beast that has ever lived in history? She could theoretically magic-pretend that she procured these left over parts before that person or beast died. Can she even create duplicates of imaginary people with this casting? Is there a way that anyone could defend themselves from being copied? Some may have Mind Blank or Protection vs. Nasty &/or Goodness or reside on another plane of existence. How does one defend themselves from this 3D printer of doppelgängers?
The reason this is relevant: If she has access to any body parts without impunity, she could conjure up any high cleric or archmage in existence at no cost. The next day she could conjure up another, for free. This is bizarrely powerful. To be honest, even the ability to conjure up the same archmage from a specific ball of hair, gaining Wish on a daily basis (without limits) is a bit extreme.
Long story short: A dragon casts spells without need of ANY components. What kinds of Simulacrum persons &/or creatures can they make?
I was reading about poisons when I stumbled upon the “Serpent Venom”. In short, you can harvest the poison of a Giant Poisonous Snake and then use it on weapons / poison edibles. I was wondering, if I use Conjure Animals to spawn eight Giant Poisonous Snakes can I harvest their poison and store it or will it disappear once the spell ends?
The spell description states that:
Each beast is also considered fey, and it disappears when it drops to 0 hit points or when the spell ends.
I would guess that means all parts of the animal will disappear but I would like some clarification before making any plans.
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My players will soon be going into a dungeon that is an old abandoned dwarven mine. I plan to have there be a mushroom-like entity or something that has taken over the mine and is the reason the mine is abandoned. (invaded and killed a few of the miners)
My question is if the mushroom entity uses its spores to grow fungus on the dead bodies and control them would they count as undead for the purpose of a cleric’s Turn Undead feature?
So yesterday i was playing dnd with my group and my right hand was cut off.I really love my rogue character and i dont want him with one hand because of all the disadvantages.I thought that i could tie my hand with my crossbow then again it will be hard for so many things.My final thought is to find a Master Cleric and if he has ressurection or clone spell,if not then i say to leave my character live his life as an npc and stop the adventures once and for all(meaning to create a new character) i would like to hear your thoughts 😀
Any creature failing two DC 13 Con-saves vs. gorgon breath (or other such magic such as Flesh to Stone spell) is stone-petrified. Also, a dead yet animated creature (ANY corporeal undead) suffers similar stony fate once properly exposed to these magics.
Does Gorgon breath &/or petrification-spell work on ‘dead’ bodies not yet animated / undead? For that matter, is such a ‘dead’ body even targetable via the spell version of this magic?
Concern: it would be odd that a zombie (‘dead’) can turn to stone but a flesh body (also ‘dead’) be immune to petrification or possibly not even targetable.
Reason for asking: non-rotting / stone / preserved-dead bodies are useful: can be dismantled for Flesh Golem parts, vital parts for magic item manufacture, original creature Raised / Resurrected / Reincarnated at any later date – i.e. myriad-plethora-abundant uses.
In advance: this may be much ado about nothing or otherwise an unnecessarily complicated way of seeing 5e rulings. If so, corrections on such RAW, RAI &/or RAF nuances herein would be invaluable.