Mike Mearls & Jeremy Crawford
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Don't just read about D&D's latest news and announcements -- listen to them as well! And where better to find inside information than from the very halls of Wizards of the Coast. Presenting Tales of Customer Service.
How to best get in touch with Customer Service? Just head over to the lefthand menu of this website and look for Help. This takes you straight to the form received by Charles Arnett and the rest of the Customer Service Team.
In this podcast, also test your wits against the likes of R&D's Mike Mearls -- can you answer the following questions correctly?
- Do you need line of sight toward where you are teleporting your target?
- Does the target need line of sight to its destination?
- If you have two different resistances (or vulnerabilities) to the same damage type, do they stack?
- Does the shaman's spirit companion provoke opportunity attacks when it moves?
- Can a shaman and his allies flank an enemy with a spirit companion?
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