Talk:Great Wall of America (5e Hazard)
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Please don't tell me that's an easteregg of the website. Having it in an adventure would be too hilarious. xD
- No it's not, but you can take your fragile sensibilities elsewhere. Vobria (talk) 01:18, 7 September 2018 (MDT)
You should add that there can be a big, beautiful door in the wall at DM discretion. The wall is favorable to a specific race (or races), and the door will open for creatures of said race whenever they approach. For those not of the favored race(s), the wall will cast fireball on you.
Beyond the wall lies the desiccated remains of the country that sacrificed its wealth, power, culture and people to make it. Food brought into the warded area spoils immediately, a creature within the warded area regains half the hit points it would normally regain from either magical or nonmagical healing, creatures within the warded area are hostile to any creatures that entered it after them (regardless of whether the difference is in decades, years or seconds), and only the rulers of that country are immune to these effects. Knowlessman (talk) 11:46, 18 January 2019 (MST)