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by eric

Does the abjuration wizards arcane ward take damage before or after resistance applies? The arcane ward ability states that 'Whenever you take damage, the ward takes it instead.' Damage Resistance and Vulnerability states 'Resistance and then vulnerability...
From: Role-Playing Games Stack Exchange | By: Eric | Tuesday, October 21, 2014
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Currently I'm working on a project with MapView which presents a modalView, when the user press a button. The modalView uses the typical Blur effect of iOS 8. problem is, i can present the Modelview with Blur effect, and can Dismiss it, but i can't remove...
From: Stack Overflow | By: Eric | Tuesday, October 21, 2014
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I saw this come up in another question in regards to drinking a healing potion not being a Use an Object action as the text in the equipment chapter under healing potion specifically says that using a healing potion is an action. But if I look at the...
From: Role-Playing Games Stack Exchange | By: Eric | Tuesday, October 21, 2014
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How do thrown weapons interact with the Extra Attack feature? Can you throw more than one weapon per turn? How about two-weapon fighting? Do you need the Dual-Wielder feat to throw two weapons every turn?
From: Role-Playing Games Stack Exchange | By: Eric | Tuesday, October 21, 2014
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How would you change the differential equation: $3xy^{''}+y^{'}+12y=0$ into a form where the coefficient of the first term is 1? leaving just $y^{''}$ I should probably know how to do this, but I'm blanking at the moment The coefficients of the other...
From: Mathematics Stack Exchange | By: eric | Tuesday, October 21, 2014
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