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Turns vs. Rounds playing time in Moldvay D&D 1981 Ed
In D&D (Moldvay 1981 Basic rules) turns are 10 minutes each, used for normal adventuring time. When an encounter occurs, time shifts to rounds (10 seconds each). This means 60 rounds equates to ...
Dec 1 '12 at 16:30
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