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Playing D&D 5e on a Budget

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If you look online you’ll find a lot of people with big collections of books, awesome miniatures, detailed maps, and custom-made character sheets. It’s intimidating, especially for those that want to get into the hobby and don’t have hundreds of dollars to throw down on something. The cool thing about table top RPGs is that […]

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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 Death in D&D 5e – Raising the Stakes

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The first time a character death happens while you’re DMing is a big deal. You’re not sure how the player will react. Even if you discussed as a group how comfortable they are with losing a character, you’ll still have that initial panic. The first time a character death happens for you as a player […]

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Which D&D 5e Book Should You Buy?

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The Dungeons and Dragons 5e core books, the Player’s Handbook, the Monster Manual, and the Dungeon Masters Guide have been out for almost 4 years now. Since the release of 5e, Wizards of the Coast has released 16 total books with 2 more on the way this year. That’s a lot of books. They all […]

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