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Jeremy Crawford
No rule lets you opt to fail a save. As DM, I might allow it, assuming you aren't incapacitated or dominated.
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Stephen Fulcher 10 Mar 16
Replying to @JeremyECrawford
is there a take 10 rule in 5e?
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Bob Curtis 23 Jan 19
Take 10 was replaced by Passive Checks, and does more or less the same thing if the DM chooses to use them.
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Steven Connor 11 Mar 16
Replying to @JeremyECrawford
I had this come into a game with Zone of Truth, to get a big group of leaders to trust each other. So handy to know.
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TheKarmikBob 1 Sep 18
Um, what? There are many spells that reference a willing vs. unwilling targets regarding saves, such as polymorph.
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SlyFlourish.com 1 Sep 18
Yep. Specific out-rules general. There is, for example, no such stipulation in Hold Person.
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Tails from the Dark Dragons Inn 1 Sep 18
Is there a difference between "opting to fail a save" and "choosing not to resist"? Surely there doesn't need to be a rule for "I just let it happen".
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SlyFlourish.com 1 Sep 18
I think, if something is forcing you to run into a pit and an ally tries casting hold person on you, you can’t simply choose to accept the hold. You’re clearly out of control. DMs can choose to handle it however they want, of course, but the rules don’t say you can accept a hold.
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OregonPinkRose 1 Sep 18
Here's your answer.
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Alphastream - Staying At Home 1 Sep 18
It’s an interesting change. I always like seeing players get creative and find reasons to cast a normally foe-focused spell on another PC.
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