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TOPIC: Rule question for Paladins Grace and other saving throw weirdness

Rule question for Paladins Grace and other saving throw weirdness 2 months 4 weeks ago #13

Druegar wrote:

James J Krot wrote: For some reason I am not in the GM forums but in the Coach forums still

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Rule question for Paladins Grace and other saving throw weirdness 2 months 4 weeks ago #14

Milambus (Jake) wrote: Assuming everyone has to decide to mulligan or not before the re-roll happens, how long do you give people to make and announce that choice?

If you're asking as a DM, I would politely remind them that every second they waste contemplating is taking away time they could be using to kill the monster. Let them decide how much time they want to waste.

Milambus (Jake) wrote: How do things like this interact?
Questor’s Charm of Luck - mulligan triggered when a 1 is rolled
Figurine of Power: Cat - mulligan triggered when a person fails a save

Questor's: Repeat bullet point 2 until the result is something other than a 1, but remember re-re-rolls only affect Questor's owners.
Kitty: I don't understand why this is different from any other mulligan. Kitty's effect is not mandatory. Kitty's owner decides when they want to use it--assuming the proper conditions of Kitty's use are in effect.
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Rule question for Paladins Grace and other saving throw weirdness 2 months 4 weeks ago #15

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