In the Bestiary, the young green dragon entry (and other green dragon entries) under the reaction ability Twisting Tail it says "Trigger: A creature within reach of the dragon’s tail uses a move
action or leaves a square during a move action it’s using."
Shouldn't it say stride action and not move action in 2e?
I am baffled as to how this keeps making it into core rulebooks in multiple editions. This is one of, if not the first, rule thrown out by DM's across the board. Saying a paladin must be lawful is somewhat reasonable, although I'm not a fan of limiting classes especially core ones by alignment at all, but saying they are good makes no sense given Clerics alignment restrictions (or lack thereof). Why can a paladin not follow an evil or neutral god and match their god's alignment, while Clerics can follow neutral/evil gods?
For example If I had 2 Level 3 Knight Chandlers (With 1 point of Illumination) whose candles were right next to both of the characters, would each character have 2 points of elemental resistance, or just one?
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