In our latest session, one of our PCs got hit by a Disintegrate ray from an Undead Beholder. This dealt the exact damage needed, and so his character got disintegrated. Naturally, we are all sad that we lost a party member, but on top of that, my character was also in love with said PC, and, now heartbroken, will go to the edges of the earth to bring the PC back.
I’m aware of multiple spells that bring back characters from the dead (Revivify, True Ressurection, etc.), however, they all require either a body, or a part of the body.
Is there a spell that can bring back a disintegrated character? Or do I have to consult the DM for other options?
My character is a lvl4 Druid, however, any spells will suffice, since I am willing to pay other people to cast the spell for me.
I’ve been running a game the past few months in a club at school (1 hour and a half per session), and most of the players are of an evil alignment, while one of them is Lawful Good. This causes the one player (I’ll call him Bob) to get upset that the players are being evil (not just in-character but also real life) Because of this, Bob split up from the team and is now on a boat to another part of the island because he didn’t like the way things were with the party.
What can I do to a.)sneakily bring Bob back to the party b.)convince Bob to for lack of a better term, get over it c.)some other way to get the party back together
P.S. Bob is very stubborn about his beliefs and since this is a club I can’t just make him leave, especially since we’re good friends.
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Soon I will fly from Russia to Austria. I want to bring a small quantity of food (like one or two boxes of chocolate) to Austria.
In the past there were restrictions on what you could and could not bring to/from Russia. A long time ago, for example, it was not allowed to send a cake from Vienna to Moscow using mail. Later those limitations seem to be lifted (the officials didn’t mind me taking a very similar cake on board an airplane to Moscow).
Where can I find out, which food items I am allowed to bring to Austria from Russia in January 2019?
My friends and I are going on holiday to Amsterdam in a few months and i was wondering what we could “legally” bring back with us. I have heard stories of people bringing back lollies or tea bags but I am unsure how legal these are, can anyone help me out?
I would like to bring some Belgian chocolate to Georgia (the country) as a gift for a friend. Is that allowed?
I’ve tried to find some information about it, since sometimes it’s forbidden to import products containing milk into some countries, but I couldn’t find anything…
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I want to bring above mentioned items in following quantities :
- Tobacco – 500g.
- Betel Nut – 1 Kg.
- Edible lime – 500g.
Can I bring those items with me directly ? Or do I need some kind of pre-approval letter to bring those?
My close relatives in Russia are traveling to Prague during the winter break. As they love beer and this is the Czech Republic we are talking about, they are definitely gonna tour the beer gardens.
Would it be generally okay/allowed/acceptable if they bring their own food to beer gardens In Prague?