I recently found a baby dragon in the mountains and managed to befriend it and i was wondering how long it would take for it to mature
Will a mature animal companion with Haste get 2 actions when not commanded?
I tried to do this in a game, but the GM said I couldn’t and became irate when I asked why. He gave me an explanation that I didn’t think made sense. But instead of saying after the game we’ll figure it out, he became irate. Anyone have specific rules backing him up or why he is wrong?
The Mature Animal Companion feat for Rangers (CRB p173) is really ambigious:
If you have the Hunt Prey action, your animal companion assaults the prey even without your orders. During an encounter, even if you don’t use the Command an Animal action, your animal companion can still use 1 action that round on your turn to Stride toward or Strike your prey.
It makes a lot more sense with use instead of have, otherwise I might not even have a Prey for it to Strike.
But in that case, next round, when the Prey is still alive, will my Animal Companion just stand around?
I am currently implementing an application in Rust and would like to leverage TPM 2.0 capabilities and was wondering whether there is any mature library out there?
Recently, in dnd 5e game, I got a young dragon and I want it to become at least mature (if ancient is not a possibility). However, I wouldn’t like to wait for too much. Is there some kind of potion/spell that can speed this process up or some other way.
The campaign won’t last a year, so my dragon cannot wait 100 years to mature.
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I have been reading the other posts on the API Requests Throttled topic and have also spoken with Nihad at support.
My site is mature in that its been up for a year or so now, no new products have been added for a while and it seems settled.
I have worked on traffic and am getting around 1500 uniques a month now, from various sources including Google and social media.
In the early when traffic was lower my conversions were better than they are now and the API…
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