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You're in luck, because the power levels of the old Basic D&D games are similar to those of 5e.* I'm going to illustrate my answer with examples from B5 Horror on the Hill, but you can apply the principles to any of your Basic D&D Modules. 1. Replace what monsters and NPCs you can from the 5e Monster Manual This will save you a lot of work, and ...


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I used to do this all the time. 1st edition and 2nd edition were so similar that I used any module any where, including what are now called BECMI modules. The stat block might be in different orders but it was all the same stuff. I knew the rules well enough and I ran it. To me it was all backwards compatible until 3rd edition came out. 2nd edition and ...


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Sort Of The Pathfinder Samurai relates to the Oriental Adventures and Complete Warrior Samurai in name only—mechanically, it has much more in common with the Knight (PHB II), Paladin, and even the Ranger than the Samurai from either D&D book. As can be seen in the link above, it is a variation on Pathfinder's Cavalier. That being said, the OA Samurai is ...



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