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Interesting post! My fiance and I have been interested in leaving the lower 48 for quite some time now for the last frontier. These are some good tips; and reading on has only increased my urge to move up there. We run a local landscaping company in SE Michigan (the UP is tolerable, but we need to escape immediately! haha). We’re experienced in gardening and greenhouse construction, and cannot wait to build our own in Alaska. I suffer from unpredictable (yet not terribly frequent) grand-mal seizures, but have a strong belief that if we are to leave this hectic environment we now live in I will have greater chances of improved health. We’re very self-sufficient and would jump at any opportunity to move up there. I have 10+ years experience in Restaurant management and customer service (and have never been afraid of getting my hands dirty), and my fiance is a manual labor guy/natural problem-solver. We have 3 kids (2 daughters which live with their mother, and a 4 yr old son who lives with us). An ideal situation would be for me to homeschool our son while staying home, tending to the garden, cooking, etc. while my fiance works (or we work together while our son is in school). I’d be willing to do just about anything to make it up there. I’d really like to raise my son in an Alaskan environment, and am very prepared to do whatever it takes to make it up there. I enjoy reading about everyone’s experiences. Any further tips or thoughts would be appreciated! 🙂
Sometimes two or more characters team up to attempt a task. The character who’s leading the effort—or the one with the highest ability modifier—can make an ability check with advantage, reflecting the help provided by the other characters. In combat, this requires the Help action. A character can only provide help if the task is one that he or she could attempt alone. For example, trying to open a lock requires proficiency with thieves’ tools, so a character who lacks that proficiency can’t help another character in that task. Moreover, a character can help only when two or more individuals working together would actually be productive. Some tasks, such as threading a needle, are no easier with help .