Greeting BHT, another year has passed and we are all thankful to be here, it's been a year of storms and wars and yet we are still here. All the hard work of group buys that went sour for some and yet paid off for others, seemed to tear us apart. Some of us visit here once or twice daily to see what the year round Santa's have brought us, but what are we doing with all of these people's efforts? NOTHING
Let's see we have everything form Photoshop and Aftereffects, to scrapers to find…
Must Read: 2014 BHT Inspiration Thread
What happens if a bard tries to give a target a Bardic Inspiration, but that target happens to be unable to hear the bard due to deafness or a Silence spell. Does the bard lose one of their bardic inspiration uses anyway?
The recipient of bardic inspiration must be able to hear the bard.
…choose one creature other than yourself within 60 feet of you who can hear you.
An unconscious creature is “unaware of its surroundings.”
An unconscious creature is incapacitated, can’t move or speak, and is unaware of its surroundings
Can creatures can still be affected subconsciously by things they hear while they are unconscious, despite being unaware of their surroundings?
The rules on Inspiration, from the Basic Rules state:
Typically, DMs award it when you play out your personality traits, give in to the drawbacks presented by a flaw or bond, and otherwise portray your character in a compelling way.
If you choose unwisely, giving into drawbacks, this could potentially lead to the detriment of your fun or someone else’s fun.
Does awarding Inspiration for this kind of behavior cause issues with My Guy Syndrome among players?
Please support your answers with evidence from actual experience.
So I was creating a character for one of my players who has difficulty doing so. He is playing as a Rogue, but while I was reading the Sneak attack in the PHB, I noticed that it can be done any time the Rogue has advantage.
Once per turn, you can deal an extra 1d6 damage to one creature you hit with an attack if you have advantage on the attack roll.
I use inspiration in my games and was wondering if I give it to the rogue, and he would use it to gain advantage so that he can make a sneak attack?
I'm new and would like to share something. These are the 50 subject lines I use as a goto to for inspiration before writing my own ones.
Not all are applicable for all niches, but it's easy to modify them for your needs. I generally tone them down a lot!
Wow! I Did NOT See This Coming…
Would You Do THIS For a Million Bucks?
Where Were YOU When the Bomb Dropped?
[URGENT] It's All About to Disappear!
When Good Advice Goes Horribly Wrong…
Can You REALLY Turn It All Around?
50 Email Subject Lines I Use For Inspiration