Talk:Magihexy (3.5e Monster)

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Isn't it a Little Long?[edit]

The main advantage, I thought, of using monsters instead of classed characters as opposition when you're running a D&D game, is that monsters can be much shorter and simpler than an entire 15th level sorcerer, and thus require less effort to learn and play in a single encounter, maybe two. If a DM spends twenty minutes studying this guy (which adds up to a lot of prep if they put similar effort into other parts of the session too), they still won't really understand all the abilities well enough to run them properly and employ good tactics.

Also, this is supposed to be a pokemon, isn't it? Don't pokemon get like, four attacks and a passive or something? --Foxwarrior (talk) 11:14, 4 May 2019 (MDT)