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Our group has been using or miss using the Message spell. after reading several of the posts. Instead of using message spell as a walkie-talkie, they have used it as a speaker phone. The question came up does the group hear everything or only what is a directed whisper like a text message.

I think the answer is as follows:
The caster, must initiate the conversation. if the caster is speaking to an alternative person, no other speaking is overheard if not designated as a whispered message recipient . the receiver must reply with in one round.

What are others read on this interpretation?


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Here is a couple of ideas
how about an electronic tool box, like the old 3.5 e-tools? and what about converting Dragonlance stuff?


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