Cost of ring of jumping 5e & ring of water walking
The price of Ring of Jumping 5e & ring of water walking are as follows.
|ring of jumping 5e||3000 gp||Ring, uncommon and requires attunement||When someone is wearing this ring, he can cast the jump spell from it as a bonus action at will, however, can target only yourself when you do so.||Basic Rules , pg. 191|
|ring of water walking 5e||2000 gp||Ring, uncommon||When wearing this ring, you may stand on and move around any liquid surface as if it were a solid ground.||5th Edition SRD|
Let us know some important facts about both the rings and just not the cost.
Does someone wear the Ring of Water Walking be being pulled underwater?
Yes, it is a fact. But probably not. Ring of Water Walking has the following text of rules:
Wearing this ring, you can stand on it and walk across any liquid surface as though it were a solid surface.
Believingly being pulled under or being dragged under
First, I will note the word “can”, which means that the wearer must select to use this effect. Because there isn’t any specific time frame for the time they can make that decision, I’ll assume they can make that choice anytime. It is important to note that this is only applicable to liquids on the surface. However, it doesn’t perform any action when you’re submerged.
So you’ll be able to end the effect of the ring. Allow yourself to be pulled underwater or dive.
Unwillingly pulled down
This ring permits us to treat the water’s surface as if it were ground. However, just as solid ground, it is naturally an unlevel surface on which animals live.
Suppose a creature that burrows could effectively grasp an object and drag it underground with the burrowing speed. I can see no reason why swimming creatures can’t hold a target and drag it underwater with the speed of swimming. Like being pulled underground, you’re not standing on an unsupported surface anymore as it’s being divided to pull you into.
Once you begin sinking, the Ring of Water Walking will cease to be of benefit to you since you’re not at the surface of the water anymore.
Like being pulled underground, you could attempt to brace yourself to the surface using your arms, but keep in mind that this is in DM territory.
What is the 5E Ring of Jumping work and Tabaxi Feline Agility?
The speed you can run and the distance you can leap are linked; however, they are distinct.
The rules of the game determine a creature’s speed in a manner as follows:
Each monster and character can speed up. That’s the length in feet that a monster or character can take in a single round.
Other actions and features are crucial to your speed and allow you to identify various modes of movement or how your movements are interpreted during combat. In the most vital part, the description of movement during a fight is as follows:
At your turn, you can move at a speed that is equal to the speed you want.
Base jumping distance
The rules for jumping are outlined in this document:
Your Strength determines the distance you can jump.
Long Jump. If you take the long jump that is more than a few feet, you will cover a certain number of feet in your score if you can move at a minimum of 10 feet immediately before the jump. If you stand up to make a long jump, you’ll be able to jump only for half the distance. In either case, every foot you take off on the leap is a foot of moving.
High Jump. Suppose you perform the high jump in the air. You jump into the air with several feet greater than three plus your Strength modifier if you can move at a minimum of 10 feet on your foot immediately before the jump. If you do a vertical leap, then you can only jump half the distance. Whatever way you choose, each foot you get cleared during the jump is one foot of movement. In certain situations, you may find that your DM may allow you to conduct a strength (Athletics) assessment. It is just to enable you to jump higher than what you usually would.
As you can observe, jumping isn’t independent of movement. It utilizes your movements.
The Jump spell
Jump spell (and the rings of jumping from which you can use it to cast) isn’t affecting your speed in any way. It simply doubles the distance you jump. The meaning of that is:
A long-running jump lets you jump horizontally (several feet equivalent to the Strength score(or a fraction thereof) (and half of that when you do standing jumps). The jump spell lets you jump three times Strength score] feet using a running jump as well as [1.5 points Strength] when you make a standing jump.
A high-jump run that allows you to jump vertically + Strength mod) feet in the air (and the equivalent of the standing high jump). The jump spell lets you jump 3 (3 + Strength mod)] (3 + Strength Mod)feet tall using a running jump as well as [1.5 (1.5) (3 + str mod)feet using the standing jump.
Jeremy Crawford clarifies on Twitter that the jump distance is still limited. It is important to note that the spell does not affect your speed at any time. You can move (though you may use the advantage of the Dash action to increase the amount of movement you can take during the turn).
That is a simple one. Simply, it doubles your speed until you reach the final turn. Nothing more and or less. Anything that affects your speed, which includes the distance you can travel during a turn, will now be keying off the doubled speed up to the close of your turn. (Note that this feature specifies that once you’ve used it to increase the speed, you aren’t able to apply it again until you’ve moved the same distance on the turn you’re taking.)
Tabitha is the tabaxi bard with the ability to jump, and Feline Agility is active. Tabitha, The Tabaxi Bard, with a strength of 10, is 30 feet away from the, e.g. hellhound.
Suppose she scores the strength score of 10, and her long-distance running distance will typically be at least 10 feet (i.e. having a starting point of 10 feet before she leaps). If she did a long vertical jump, she could only jump at a half distance or an overall height of 5 feet. However far she leaps, it will use the movements of her body (in addition to any other movement necessary for the running start if it is required).
She can now do a long-distance running jump that is 30 feet. However, she’d need to get to run from a starting point at 10 feet before she can jump this far, with an overall 40 feet of the jump. (Without an initial running run, the jump would be only about 15 feet.) When she jumps that she has, her jump distance will be increased by three times.
But, tabaxi have a standard walking rate of about 30 feet. Therefore, typically, she’d have to use the Dash action (which is a way of adding a certain amount to the speed of your move) to create an all-time long running jump that is the maximum length. Fortunately, Tabaxi also has the Feline Agility feature. It lets them decide to double their speed for a single turn (and they are limited to the option to double their speed once after having spent one turn without using their speed).
When you activate the Feline Agility attribute, Tabitha has a speed of 60 feet per turn. Use the Ring of Jumping to cast the jump onto herself as a bonus move. Her jump distance will be multiplied by three times. It means she’ll have an initial running speed of 10 feet. Then jump up to a maximum of thirty feet (i.e. 3 * score) while still having 20 feet of motion and an action on her own to utilize whatever she wants.
What determines the cost of magic items like ring of jumping 5e & ring of water walking?
Rarity is a primary thing that determines the base price for a magic item. It’s value.
- Common items are worth 100 gp.
- Uncommon items cost 500 gp.
- Rare items are worth 5,000 gp.
- Very rare items are worth 50,000 gp.
- Legendary items are worth a mountainous 500,000 gp .
Those prices are arbitrary. They could have been 100 gp, 10,000 gp, 1,000,000 gp, and 1,000,000,000 gp, and it wouldn’t have mattered. We have already seen it for the cost of ring of jumping 5e & ring of water walking. They are both uncommon items but cost 3000 gp and 2000 respectively. Strange, but true. These prices are arbitrary. Because you’re rarely ever going to be in a position where you’re comparing two items of different rarities or choosing between them. That’s just how the game works. The massive jump in price from one oddity to the next is something you should make a note of. Suppose the GM follows the game’s general guidelines. In that case, a party should not be able to afford a magic item before they’ve hit the level at which it should be available.