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D&D Monster Monday: Yuan-Ti Broodguard

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You wake up restrained by tough, hempen rope. A crowd full of snake-like yuan-ti look on as a priestess uncorks a vial of green liquid. Two large, lizard-like beings hold you down and force your mouth open. As the priestess pours the liquid down your throat you can feel your skin hardening into scales. You’re […]

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Classes Should Get the Initial Ability Score Increase

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The +2 and +1 ability score increase (ASI) your character gains when choosing their race is extremely important. It is the largest natural ASI your character will gain in the entire game. It’s important, but it does pigeon-hole you into selecting a race that works-well with your class. There’s been a lot of talk on […]

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An Overview of the D&D 5e Classes

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There are plenty of choices to make when creating a new character for your next D&D campaign. It’s exciting whether it’s your first time ever making a character or it’s your 100th time. Though, out of all the decisions you have to make in the process the biggest one is choosing between all 12 of […]

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Character Build: Arcane Archer Fighter

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The Arcane Archer Fighter Goals of This Build Glass Cannon A glass cannon is a ranged character that sits in the back of the group and deals massive amounts of damage. This build will be able to dish out some heavy single-target burst damage as well as sustained long-range attacks. You’ll achieve this by multiclassing […]

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Multiclassing in D&D 5e – Adding Flavor and Mechanics

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Many times people turn to homebrew content to find the a new class or archetype that adds the right flavor for the character they have in mind. There’s nothing wrong with this, and often times it’s extremely fun. The downside of homebrew is that it’s not allowed in adventure league games and it’s more likely […]

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Why You Should Use Point Buy for D&D 5e Character Creation

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I’ve done the math in a previous post that proves that rolling the standard 4d6 keep the highest 3 (4d6k3) has a higher average stat value than point buy or the standard set. My players and I have rolled for our stats for as long as we’ve played D&D, but we ran a one-shot a […]

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Point Buy or Trust the Dice?

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The one-off D&D nights have become a weekly event for us. It’s still a lot of fun and I really feel like I am improving significantly at being a DM. One thing I love about this is that everyone is perfectly fine with re-rolling characters whenever they wish for each session since the sessions won’t […]

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