In 5e, magic items aren’t as common or as varied like in older editions, but that also means it is hard to place prices on them. As DM, NPC’s can’t really sell a magic item because we don’t know the prices for these items. While it is stated they are rare an usually unpurchasable and unsellable, but I still have to have some basis on what to price them. So is there a way to find buying and selling prices for magic items in 5e?
Since Wish/Limited Wish can indeed be used to craft items(Can you craft magic items using Wish instead of the required spell?)
What stops me from creating a wand of fireball with the help of the spell Shadow Evocation to mimic the spell instead? (or a staff since Shadow Evocation is a 5th level spell and that might not work on a wand)
There might not be RAW solutions to this, but if I ever allow this I’ll treat the wand as a Shadow Evocation (fireball) with the same limitations, but what about Wondrous items that require a certain spell to be crafted? Wish does work per RAW since it provides the prerequisites of the item.
I guess I should just not allow it, much simpler that way.
I have a high level Arcana Cleric/Wizard, and using wish to create a simulacrum, I can have a body double. Since I also took magic jar, my copy knows it, too.
I wanted to know what would happen if I ordered the simulacrum to possess me. Specifically, if I am attuned to the following magic items, will my body double inherit my attunement and thus gain the items’ benefits?
Can a Simulacrum or a homunculus research spells or create magic items while the player went out adventuring (assuming they had the materials and capabilities)?
The idea here is that our characters keep going from one adventure to the next with no downtime to use for spell research or item creation. So I thought: maybe the simulacrum or homunculus could do it?
I need to be able to use the archive template for a custom post type but also at the same time prevent URLs from being created for the “posts” that are created, and keep the posts publicly visible.
I created the proper archive template and that works just fine, also the slug for the archive works great, but when I go to set rewrite to false I get a 404 error on the archive page. So it appears that the method won’t do. I could always create a page and query the posts in a page template but I would prefer not to.
So is there a way to use the archive template but also keep WordPress from creating URLs for the “posts” I create.
My level 3 cleric is trying to cast a level 5 spell-scroll, and to optimize the chances of success, I want to stack as many positive ability check buffs on him as possible. Preferrably lower-level/easy to access ones. So far I have: