Some thoughts on Healing in D&D byWhat do you do for overnight healing?
I usually do Level plus CON bonus as overland healing, x3 if you rest the whole day
How about you?
Do you do binding?
I did d6 binding of woulds after a fight that you must take at least one, but I have had a lot of variations on this
Only so many times a day
Must be done by clerics
must have the medic skill
d4 instead of d6
don't need to take a min. of one
d4 from taking one strong drink once a day(crypts and things)
heal d8 from taking a second wind(D&D4th)
acupuncture (varies on technique) mine
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October 22, 2020
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