dnd wisdom

You can take as long as you need to talk things out, until a cosmic force tells you to get on with it.

If you do good deeds very ardently, for long enough, you won't get sick again.

Even if you know magic, you can only perform shows four times a day, no matter how good you are.  Some speak of an alternate universe where you can keep performing shows until the cows come home.

There exists a universally-effective lie detector.

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  • Have enough Charisma and everyone will believe you and your lies.
  • You have a minimum 5% chance to succeed at just about anything, including befriending random monsters.

  • Some speak of an alternate universe where you can keep performing shows until the cows come home.



    but what did they seeeeeeeee in the parallel dimensioooooooonnnnnn

  • No one can stop you from flirting with everything and succeeding
  • BeeBee
    edited 2017-02-19 19:39:26
    TitleName said:

    No one can stop you from flirting with everything and succeeding

    Except the one you succeeded with a bit too hard and ended up marrying.  Who is also potentially a random befriended monster.
  • Splat Charger Specialist

    Even if you know magic, you can only perform shows four times a day, no matter how good you are.  Some speak of an alternate universe where you can keep performing shows until the cows come home.
    6 if you're a sorcerer, possibly more depending on how smart or charismatic you are, and infite times per day if you limit your shows to cantrips like mage hand and prestidigitation which would be sufficient to impress most mere mortals.
  • Well, it's not actually that cold.

    Even if you know magic, you can only perform shows four times a day, no matter how good you are.  Some speak of an alternate universe where you can keep performing shows until the cows come home.
    6 if you're a sorcerer, possibly more depending on how smart or charismatic you are, and infite times per day if you limit your shows to cantrips like mage hand and prestidigitation which would be sufficient to impress most mere mortals.
    I was actually referring to the limits on cantrips, with Pathfinder's infinite cantrips being the AU.
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