Kamil Drakari
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Is this question about spell effects persisting after death a duplicate?
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It is not a duplicate, but it could use some improvements The core of the newer question is "If an effect lasts until a creature's "next turn", but that creature dies before they get a ...

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How Trivial an Edit is Too Trivial to Make?
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A trivial edit is one which doesn't enhance readability even a little A common example is choice between multiple comprehensible styles; for example, to my knowledge, the "official" style ...

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Multiclassing mayhem: should all these questions be duplicates of this question about wizards' spellbooks?
6 votes

This sort of question should be marked duplicate, but they should point at a different question The question currently being used as a duplicate target for those questions is strictly not about the ...

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2018: a year in moderation
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I'm curious about this "Users destroyed" action, which is apparently a daily occurrence for mods even though I've never heard of it. Is there an explanation for it somewhere?

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Question on the tagging policy on World of Darkness questions
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I believe you are misinterpreting the purpose of the world-of-darkness tag. I am not familiar with the game(s), but if vampire-the-masquerade is a strict subset of world of darkness, then the correct ...

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Can the main theme picture of the site be changed?
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While the image features a juxtaposition of fantasy (the dragon) and sci-fi (the people shooting it with a laser), nothing about that makes me think "not RPG". It certainly isn't a scene that would ...

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Are [absent-players] and [attendance] different enough to warrant separate tags?
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A difference exists The attendance tag wiki specifically mentions "attendance issues" and mentions problem-players and group-dynamics as related tags. The absent-players focuses on ...

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The [readied-action] and [triggered-actions] tags
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I think "readied action" is fine as-is, and "triggered-actions" could probably use a usage guide if it's meaningful. My gut says that it doesn't have meaning beyond "stuff happens when other stuff ...

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Established homebrew specifics: is asking on topic?
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Questions about homebrew content can be on-topic Homebrew questions aren't categorically forbidden. Taking the Matt Mercer/Critical Role homebrew / 3rd party content you mentioned, there are a handful ...

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What is the [teamwork] tag meant to be used for, and how is it different from [helping] or [party]?
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If the tag is meant to be system-specific, then its usage guide and tag wiki should state it. For example, based on the format from party: For questions about the Teamwork mechanic in Fate Core. ...

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When do non-rules or experience-based answers on house-rules questions meet community standards?
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The linked consensus is more limited than you are interpreting The specific question that inspired this meta-question is "I want to homebrew something". The meta consensus linked about "...

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