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Would we benefit from a Tucker's Kobolds tag?

"Tucker's Kobolds" is an exceptionally specific search term, so creating a tag for it is just adding a tag tax. There is no difficulty in finding questions and answers referencing Tucker's ...
Thomas Markov's user avatar
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Do we need a separate tag for Pathfinder 2e Remastered?

Yes While they are significant overlap in certain rules, and the systems are compatible "in theory", there are different versions of the same spell and/or rule in both systems, so we'll need ...
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Do we need a separate tag for D&D 5e 2024?

Let’s wait until we have a question about it to have this conversation, or at least until we’re close enough to release to know a great deal more about the content. You don’t just create tags here. ...
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Should this general PBTA tag be removed when there is already Dungeon World tag?

When you don't know where the best answer is, it's okay to go a little wider. It's a question about homebrew. I can see value in casting a wider net out to related systems in case something out there ...
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Simulacrum retagging

Sounds good... The tag is established, it is not superfluous, so tagging the questions where relevant is appropriate. Please make sure to check where it is relevant as you go at it - not all questions ...
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Do attempts to balance an ability by altering its mechanics fall under the umbrella of homebrew or house-rules?

There is no hard-and-fast line. The canonical question on the subject claims one, but As this question demonstrates, there’s still substantial gray area here, not a sharp line between black and white....
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When should we use sourcebook tags?

There's not really a meta about it, but historically we started tagging adventure source books in particular, and the reasons we started tagging individual adventures included at the very least: It ...
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Is there an issue with tagging questions about portals?

There is something to be said about how you've framed the inquiry here. I'm sure the strike has something to do with the lack of engagement on your question, but the way you've framed it is doing you ...
Thomas Markov's user avatar
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How do I make the tag info box go away on mobile without refreshing the page?

For me, it is sufficient to just tap any other part of the screen, outside the info box. To avoid triggering some other feature, I can do so in empty space or on normal, unlinked text. (This is also ...
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This tag is not for just saying "I am a new GM": okay, but we did anyway. Now what?

Leaving an answer here is a quick FYI, I’m going to start working through the new-gm tag slowly, per our usual a-few-questions-a-day protocol.
Thomas Markov's user avatar
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Is there an issue with tagging questions about portals?

Working answer to review questions for tagging It might be useful to tag some of the untagged "Yawning Portal" and "Obsidian Portal" questions too; I did not alter tags during this ...
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Should we use the 'Shove' tag?

No, we don’t need it. I’ve removed it and added actions and attack. Most questions related to the shove attack in 5e will have those tags, but if you find any that don’t, feel free to add those two.
Thomas Markov's user avatar
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Should we use the 'Shove' tag?

burninate! I do not see a reason to retain it.
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