Jason (rebooten_tag) wrote in dnd3e,
Jason
rebooten_tag
dnd3e

i was wondering if i was right in thinking that in order for a druid to prepare new spells for the day, he/she does not have to sleep for a full 8 hours?

in the book it says:

preparing divine spells: time of day: divine spellcasters do not require a period of rest to prepare spells.

and also:

recent casting limit: as with arcane spells, any spells cast within the past 8 hours count against the number of spells that can be prepared

so:

if a druid sleeps for 4 hours, then takes a turn to watch the camp overnight for 4 hours, can they still prepare their spells the next morning?

tnx
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