dnd 5e – Does Wild Magic cast spells from the sorcerer spell list if I've learned it from another class?

If I am a Bard and have 1 level in Sorcerer, give me a magical origin and I choose Wild Magic: does Wild Magic Surge unleash a spell I cast that happens to be on Wizard's Magic list?

Example:
If I can cast Charm Person, a spell available from Sorcerers and Bards, but I obtained that spell by upgrading to Bard, does that count as a sorcerer spell when I cast it? Or are the only spells that are considered Wizarding spells that I receive if I take the magician's level or gain levels in the magic class?

What Animal Improvements Can a Simic Hybrid Druid Keep on Wild Shaped?

What Animal Improvements Can a Simic Hybrid Druid Keep on Wild Shaped?
Manta Glide, nimble climber, underwater adaptation, lifting attachment, carapace and / or acid spit?

Does the type of beast that I am working on Wild Shape determine, if I can keep a certain animal improvement? For example, if I wanted to make a wild crab, would I keep my trailer attachment feature? What if I wildly turn into a bear?

dnd 5e – Replace wild form (5e)

This problem occurred with one of my players. They wanted to play a druid figure. Everything fit, except that the druid did not use a wild form, the character had a kind of "this form was given to me by nature, why should I want to change?" Mentality and he was more likely to be a summoner and someone who would communicate with ghosts. I thought it was cool and went with it.

But there was the problem with a druid key mechanic, Wild Shape. The character never used it, so we tried to give the druid some kind of replacement.
In the end I gave him the opportunity to burn his "wild form" to keep a concentration of a single spell …

It turns out that the ability to use two spells with concentration really makes OP.
I would like to ask if you know how this could be balanced. And if you know other valid Wild Shape substitutions.

I thought I could use the wild form to maintain concentration if the druid does not pass the con-check. I'm not sure if that would be balanced. Another option was to bring ReSpec to the Cleric and give him the Druid Spell List instead of the Cleric List. But that did not fit the character.

dnd 5e – Can a druid use the Flame Blade in its wild form?

Flame Blade:

You summon a fiery blade in your free hand. The blade resembles a scimitar in size and shape and lasts for the duration. When you release the blade, it disappears, but you can recall the blade as a bonus action.

You can use your action to attack a melee spell with the Fiery Blade. If hit, the target suffers 3d6 Fire damage.

Suppose you had the opportunity to cling to the weapon, could a Moon Druid use a Flame Blade after being cast at Wild Shaped?

dnd 5e – Can a Druid Wild Shape become a Skull Rat and use telepathy?

One of the limitations of using Wild form is that in most animal forms no druid can speak according to PHB:

You can not cast spells and Your ability to speak or seize every action that requires hands is limited to the abilities of your beast, (my focus)

One of the most important advantages of Wild form is looking for the party and it turns out Cranium Council (from Volos Guide to Monsters) is ideal for this:

  • Rats are a common creature in many cities or dungeons and therefore less prone to create suspicion even when discovered.
  • Dark vision is an advantage in dark places.
  • No extra secrecy Bonus, but +2 of DEX is still a bonus.
  • Telepathic shroud makes it immune to emotion sensors, mind reading and divination.

Many animal forms have great exploration skills, but the skull rat can even be used telepathy for up to 30 feet, which may allow the druid to communicate secretly with the party and relay information about what he sees.

I am still amazed that the Cranium Rat is classified as an animal and not as any monster, but it is an animal in RAW. Since the telepathy Ability of the Cranium Council is a "Ability of the beast form"This means that a druid can actually use telepathy when converted into a Cranium Council?

dnd 5e – When a Druid in Wild Shape chokes a creature as a whole, it returns to its normal form. What happens then?

Our goblin druid today asked a question from which our DM blue screen was created:

"If I turned into a giant toad, swallowed a medium sized creature and then turned it around, what happens?"

The goblin druid is a small creature and the giant toad is a big creature. The creature that is swallowed is medium sized.

This is essentially the reverse of this question, even though it is not really a duplicate, since it is the eating creature that makes the shapeshift more than the eaten one. Closely related to this question, with the main difference wild shape from a willing druid vs polymorph an unwilling monster.

dnd 5e – Can a Longtooth Shifter attack with a bonus action in Wild Shape?

If there's a Longtooth shifter in Wild Shape with matching fangs and shifts, can he use a bonus action to make an unarmed strike?

While staggered, you can use your long fangs to perform an unarmed strike as a bonus action. (Wayfinder Guide to Eberron, p. 66)

I think it should work:

You retain the advantage of all the functions of your class, runor another source and can use it if the new form is physically capable (PHB p67)

The question is how strongly the attack is tied to you switching body,

dnd 3.5e – Did the Planar Shepherd and Druid levels stack up when you set the size of the creature to which you can cast Wild Form?

The Planar Shepherd class states:

Wild form (Su): Your Druid levels stack with your Planetary Shepherd class levels to determine the number of daily uses, the maximum HD and size (but not the creature type), and the duration of your Wildform ability.

The Druid class describes the size of the animals that you can transform in relation to the Druid level: Small and Medium in the 5th level, Big in the 8th level, Tiny in the 11th rank and Huge in the 15th rank.

Could a Level 7 Druid, Level 1 Planar Shepherd, turn into a big animal?

Food and Drink – How can I identify wild edible plants in East Asia?

Which wild edible plants are there in East Asia?

I've searched through various searches, but I always find information about the North American flora.

Are there any good resources that could support my research, or are they (rather dangerous) experiments?

There may be a more suitable stack exchange, but I found this most suitable. Please excuse me if this is the case.

dnd 5e – Can a druid choose to wear certain equipment while other gear is merged or dropped when in Wild Shape?

When a druid enters Wild Shape, can some items of equipment choose while merging or dropping other pieces of equipment?

For example, if the player forms wildly into a baboon, could he decide to cling to his staff and still wear bracers while putting their clothes together, etc.?