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On bypassing skill challenges with magic

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Creative, magical solutions are occasionally tied to unintended consequences, though this is usually on my part and not my players. Having a villain try to escape by flying away when the players have all their spells slots, for instance, is a fantastic way for said villain to take fall damage on top of spell damage and probably also fall into the wood-chipper– I mean into the range of the martial classes.

Every so often, though, the players cast a spell and I have to pipe up with an “if you really want to, okay” so that they second-guess themselves into not being buried alive.

Also, to save the unfamiliar some trouble, this is what Tiny Hut does.¬†You may be used to it having some troublesome, copyright protected name in front of the spell’s name.

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