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Your scenario is a lot less likely than say, a player wanting to make a shortbow in a respectable amount of time. The wheels of cheese is just a ridiculous comparison of what you can do and what you can't do. My point is just that if the crafting were not based on price, then there would be way more ridiculous scenarios of what you can do and what you can't do.
Why wouldn't my level 1 soldier have spent a few months in his back story becoming the richest bow crafter in all the land? It isn't though. There are reasons to spend time wondering how manufacturing weapons should be handled in a game with this much violence. Cheese making is not a priority. If WotC catered to your desires the game would suck. If you want to make cheese more realistically in game, figure it out with your DM.
Don't complain that it's not in the PHB. WTF are you talking about? I want to be able to make a bow in a decent amount of time if mine breaks. I used the fact that you can make so many damn cheese wheels compared to a shortbow as a riduculous hinderence on something a player might actually want to do, while making it easier to do something else they probably won't do.
Making a bow of professional quality in five days IS realistic, though. Between finding the wood, making sure it is dried and treated, finding sinew or other material to make the string, treating it as well to handle the stress of combat, measuring it, carving it, stringing it If I was out on an adventure, I could fashion a bow of suffecient enough power and precision in less than 5 days.
Though that is assuming I'm in a place with trees. This is a shortbow we are talking about. You can realistically pump out a "shortbow" which is technically just any non long or compound bow. Realistically you could even make a mud oven in a few hours to put the wood in. And for a typical bow that you would find in a realistic medevial setting often times just used whatever fiber they could find, hemp being one.
Oh look a lot of people start with hemp rope, so you could theoretically just cut the rope to make cord for the bow. A bow is just a tool to create a tremendous amount of leverage to create the power to propell a missile. The wood just needs to be strong and flexible enough to give you enough power. Which would be dependent on where you are, so you can either make what you want or you can't.
And it's not liie I'm just some random schmuck who decided they wanted to make a bow, I'd be someone with the right tools and proficiencies. Yeah, but we're not talking like a high quality, long lasting piece of equipment. You could stitch together a bow, but would it have the right dimensions? The right weight? The desired tensile strength? If your bow was destroyed in combat highly unlikely because there aren't really many rules for weapon deterioration in 5E and you couldn't make it to somewhere that provided you with a suitable bow for purchase before combat was rapidly approaching, I'd probably let you cobble something together in less time than the guidelines suggest.
But I'd also rule it was an improvised weapon, seeing as how it was put together through substandard materials in less than ideal conditions without any tools outside of what you could comfortably carry on your person. So you'd be able to use it in combat, but you would forgo your Proficiency Bonus since it is, again, an improvised weapon.
That's just how I'd DM it. But, then again, I'd rarely throw my players into the situation of destroying their only weapons and not give them any clear method of replacing them. The right dimensions are based on your height, which anyone can tell if it's tall enough as they wouldn't just "stitch it together. I challenge you to make a bow that can pierce a milk jug full of water using only things you can find in nature your local area. I reckon I'll have it finished in four days.
Tomorrow I'm gonna spend the whole day treating it and doing literally nothing else. I'm personally not too bothered about a realistic crafting system, a good DM should be able to make logical adjustments to avoid any absurd examples. But I cannot comprehend how you think it's realistic for it to take five full days of work to wrap a string around a piece of wood, no matter how much you dress it up.
Not to mention there are numerous other examples of the crafting system being unrealistic, so even if you're right about shortbows specifically, OPs overall point still stands.
I could shit on a piece of canvas in twenty minutes and sell it for a million dollars I'm not saying that how long something takes to make has no impact on cost, but surely you can see how a system where it is the only thing that matters is a pretty flawed system.
Like, a spyglass is not expensive because it takes days to make one, it's expensive because it's a specialty item that not many people in fantasy-land can make, with expensive components. Plus what you said in the comment I responded to was that it was realistic to take 5 days to make a shortbow. I was pointing out how absurd that claim was. Like I said, I don't really care that the system isn't realistic, I just think it's silly to try and argue that it is realistic.
You can make a bow in a few days. Maybe someone experienced in making bows out of foraged materials could do it in a day, but that's not a tool proficiency - the closest is woodcarving. Someone who can expertly carve wood figurines isn't going to magically know the ins and outs of bow curvatures and string tensile strength. If we assume hours with the limitation that only 8 hours can be spent crafting something on a given day gives us days, while the de facto formula gives us 5.
For a system that roughly approximates most things in the ballpark, being off by a few days is not a big deal for something that needs to scale for a 2 GP dagger all the way to a GP plate Mail.
Is it perfect? No, of course not. But the bad system is intended to have players pass on crafting unless it has a real need or use within the campaign. The OP's post about their bow breaking in the wild and needing a replacement seems logical on the face of it, but it's wildly unlikely - the DM would have to implement weapon damage rules that would come into play for a ranged character and, after inflicting them on the player, intentionally place them in an area where going to a basic shop to purchase a normal PHB item of little value within the span of a few days would be impossible.
If this happened, I wouldn't rail against my DM for needing to change the crafting rules I'd rail against them for actively trying to dick my character over. So this outlier case is not worth ripping the system apart over. Because it's not meant to be a perfect system thatvaccurately mimics the skill and possibility of being a full time craftsman People keep saying that it's not a core part of the game, like that's an excuse for it being bad, but 3.
The problem with the 5e crafting system is that it's half arsed and not thought out. Pretty much everyone gets proficiency in at least one tool, whether that's from their race, class or background. Yet the system never asks you to make a roll for crafting, so the only thing proficiency does is determine "can you do it?
So is the system saying that it's impossible for someone without a woodcarving proficiency to make a shortbow? Because following the rules as written, you need the right proficiency and then make progress in 5gp increments per day.
Doesn't matter how high level you are, how high your stats are, or your proficiency bonus, or how many times you've made a shortbow previously, it takes you just as long to make it as a Commoner with the right proficiency. It's not at least like adding a line where you actually make a roll with you proficiency, and then subtract how well you did from the estimated time, would add much bloat or complication. The system in the book is too rigid, with no wiggle room. This doesn't bother me personally.
My players haven't expressed much interest in crafting, aside from one who likes to use her jeweller proficiency. But whenever they have downtime I just handwave most of that, rather than requiring her to spend weeks sticking the ruby she found in a dungeon into a necklace.
But surely you can see how, for a certain kind of player, the rigidity and occasional ridiculousness of the crafting system would be incredibly infuriating. It's fine to explain why you don't mind the crafting system, but OP is still justified in disliking it.
Also, your example at the end there is just silly. We don't know the circumstances that led to the bow breaking, for all we know OP tried to use it as a lever to move a heavy object and rolled a natural one.
Your gear is not indestructible, and there are plenty of situations where it would make sense for a piece of gear to break, so railing against the DM for not making your bow indestructible is a pretty childish notion. Not to mention OP is not complaining about how inflexible their DM is, they're complaining about the system itself to Reddit, hoping to spark a discussion. One last point, there is a system for object damage in the DMG already.
The type of material determines its AC and HP, so it's not absurd for someone who wants to run a grittier campaign to apply those rules to the players' gear. The problem is the rules tend to use "gold pieces" as the measure of how much work you can do or how much stuff you can create with magic as a form of balance Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay was even worse for this; the amount of money a PC with a performance skill could make by busking was enough o literally run a small a small kingdom.
One published adventure had the player pay a Player character amount of gold for something that the person them spent on beer that night The good news is at least a DM can fix these issues when running the game; if you break the rangers bow you let them make another quickly because who wants to roleplay the entire party camping in a clearing for five days while he slowly carves a new bow?
I think the crafting rules are pretty dumb too. I'd just ignore them and have the DM judge, for non-magic items. If the player tries to take advantage of that by making a bunch to sell for profit They might be able to pawn one or two off on a hunter, but any store that might buy a shortbow is gonna already have what they need, and almost assuredly better quality ones.
Basically reflavoring the lizardfolk's ability to make bone crap, nobody's gonna be buying those things! But that's not true. It is a dairy farmer simulator. And a carpenter simulator. And a combat simulator.
And a falling simulator. It does some things better than others, sure, and the things it does better tend to be the main focus, which is combat.
However, those other things are well within it's ruleset and pointing out the flaws in it does help build a better game, I think. Going all A-Team and kit bashing traps and tools to give them an edge?
Brewing potions or even explosives between bouts of swordplay to bring to the next slugfest? I can think of five or six examples off the top of my head; even the Lord of The Rings has a plot point around reforging a sword.
This game is what you want it to be. If they present a sub-system or rule, we have every right to point out that it needs work or outright sucks.
Or even just has silly consequences, like filling the world with cheese. I disagree. It does less well the further you get from that, as this example shows. Yes, getting a magic weapon made or re-made pops up in fantasy fiction relatively often but note that as in the example you mention it's often the "PC types" going to gather parts and an NPC-type doing the work. I think Aragorn's sword in LitR was basically reforged off-screen, at least in the books. I completely disagree.
It simulates a lot more than adventuring, why else would they have downtime activities? Why does the PH discuss getting a job? Why does new UA discuss getting married? Yes, adventuring is the main thing, but you can do soo much more. Because people asked for them, so they're supported, but poorly The time is something that can be fast-forwarded.
The adventure is encouraged by the need to find a recipe and possibly ingredients. I mean, yeah, provided materials, equipment, background, etc that seems like a reasonable rule, it's not like you meticulously put together each tiny functional component of the wheel. A shortbow, would need materials, expertise, probably a skill check. I imagine the raw materials all have to be tested for suitability and the function of the crafted device needs to be tested as well.
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The accident occurred early Tuesday when a singer aboard one of 16 Carnival oats touched a power line and caused the crowd to panic, resulting in a stampede. At least 78 others were injured. The event in the Norwegian capital follows a series of attacks against Jews in Europe, including the killing of a Jewish security guard and a Danish lm maker by a Muslim gunman in neighboring Denmark last week.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter said Saturday. No one was reported killed. The re broke out at about 2 a. The gunmen attacked the Tamsu-Shehuri village on Wednesday night where they killed more than 12 people, said a resident. Many aged persons who could not run were caught and killed. The new study by a team of environmental economists at U. Technical experts for both Iran and the six nations have been negotiating alongside senior political ofcials over the past few years.
Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz will join in for the rst time this weekend. Malakal, which is cur rently under government control, has recently seen intense ghting between rebel forces and government troops.
Armed men surrounded the community and searched house by house, forcibly taking boys older than 12, said witnesses, according to the UNICEF statement. Maidan is the smile of the American ambassador who, sitting in his penthouse, is happy to see how brother is killing brother Maidan is the concentration of everything anti-Russian The protesters in Moscow were an assortment of ultranationalist bikers, pensioners, war veterans, members of student organizations and activists from other pro-Kremlin groups.
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They also want to change a quirk in the law that makes it hard for some veterans in rural areas to prove they live at least 40 miles from a VA health site. The government measures the distance as the crow ies, rather than by driving miles, leaving thousands of veterans ineligible.
Jon Tester, D-Mont. A series of government reports said workers throughout the country falsied wait lists while supervisors looked the other way, resulting in chronic delays for veterans seeking care and bonuses for managers who falsely appeared to meet on-time goals. The law, signed by President Barack Obama in August, allows veterans who have waited more than 30 days for an appointment to get VA-paid care from a local doctor.
It also allows veterans who live at least 40 miles from a VA hospital or clinic to get private care and makes it easier to re VA employees accused of wrongdoing. The choice program expands an existing program that allows veterans to get outside care for emergencies or procedures not available at the VA. Veterans have long complained about waiting months or even years to be reimbursed for private care, and many are skeptical the choice card will alleviate those problems, despite promises by the VA.
The two soda giants rely on overseas customers for roughly half of their revenue. When they turned in their quarterly results last week, both reported a drop in sales.
The strong dollar made all the difference: strip it out and shrinking sales suddenly rise. The dollar has been a source of constant complaint this earnings season. Over the past year, the dollar has climbed 17 percent against major currencies.
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