Is it 26, 29 or more? *laugh* I recall 3.5 when you would get Epic skill check bonuses. "You just found out how many coins they have in their pockets from the tracks. And what magic item command words all their gear uses. And… "No doubt, having all these people helping her out on skill checks would also look funny.
Anron, you might be better served for now keeping your familiar close. If he is sighted he will stick out quite badly. He provides magic resistance to you if he is within 10 feet. That would be very helpful for you. That Is up to Dungeon Master ruling though I suppose. It is a grey area the way the rules are worded. I've seen it ruled both ways. Just an option for you to think about Anron.
Yes, there are a few grey area's, take the effectiveness of divine sense.
As to your query about the pseudodragon being close and not far.
The last round (In main thread) my pseudodragon, rolled nicely on perception and stealth.
Unless, there is even a small bonus, (Magic) for having him kept close, I will let him continue.
But, I can use the beast speach Innovation next round anyhow at no cost to spell slots.
So, are we setting up camp in this area?
If we are then, is there a plan for night watch?
If all those that do have nightvision, are not concerned, about camping for the night.
Then, expect the others, including Tazskan will be lighting up a torch, so they can also see, in the dark.
Tazskan, will take a watch, but will have a campfire, and the psuedodragon to aid him.
It's not decided about camping yet Anron. There is a good chance that the group we are chasing went underground somewhere in the ruins. We need to determine if the tracks end here or keep going past the ruins.
If we do camp here I would be hesitant about starting a fire. It would announce our presence to the area. Those with darkvision can stand watch and in the event of an attack we can then bring light to the darkness.
Edited: Kyrroeth on 9th Feb, 2018 - 1:18pm
I should clarify, the statues have not welcomed Lawrance in, and won't unless he gives a pleasing answer to their challenge. If he passed through without saying anything, he will not get the warning about being humble.
Ah, Lawrance was waiting to see the result of the first person to enter, and would have said "Knowledge" as he passed through in order. Edited post accordingly.
Edited: Gknightbc on 9th Feb, 2018 - 5:52pm
We break from Daishain's 5e D&D Rules, Q&A, And Support to share wise words from way back when:
Today is: 13th November (GMT), in history on the 13th of November, 1916 AD the following death happened:
Frederik Septimus Kelly: Composer, dies at 35