Re: "Common Sense" approach to rules (RACSD)
Seems like the confusion is people looking at "willing" in different way. Strictly looking at syntax, why are "forego a saving throw and willingly (adverb) accept a spell results" and "a willing (adjective) creature" being treated as the same thing? The former implies an action, something a creature has to make a choice to do; how would an unconcious creature make this choice?
78% of DM's started their first campaign in a tavern. If you're one of the 22% that didn't, copy and paste this into your signature.
Where did you start yours?
In a merchant caravan guarding goods on the way to the first major city. They promptly went to the nearest tavern.
Wasn't even in the major city...
Originally Posted by Alberic Strein
Aaaaaaand Georgie just won this whole thread.
Last edited by georgie_leech : 04-20-2012 at 09:25 PM.