I’ve been reading the ever-reliable D&D Wiki and there seem to be some disagreement on whether or not Pun-Pun can attain limitless HD. It doesn’t go in to much detail, but it’s got my interest. Is there any way to attain limitless HD?
Given that I’ve already put Pun-Pun on the table, it’s fair to say that anything short of third-party or homebrew contain will be allowed. An ideal answer will show that this is possible with either the level 1 Wizard variant of Pun-Pun or the Divine Minion 1/Wizard 1/Master of Many Forms 3 version that we all know and love.
C++ has these int data types with different sizes. Even though I’m not yet familiar with Python, I found out from the internet that it has just one integer data type with no limits (except the memory of the computer). I’ve “made” something similar in c++ but it’s inefficient. On the internet, I found that Python was written in C.
So, how would one “make” this limitless integer data type in C++, efficiently?
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