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There are no official conversion guides WOTC has not released any guidelines for converting materials from previous editions. The DMG may have something along those lines when it releases in December.


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I have a way of doing it... but I'm not sure it will work well. This is my idea: Miasas are spider-like humanoids. They are thankfully few, but no one really knows how many there are as their shape-shifting ability keeps them well hidden. They are able to create and make powerful webs that can hold adventurers fast, and heal at astonishing rates. They have ...


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Is the value of currency significantly different between 4e and 5e? This question does not have a simple answer. While many mundane items are priced similarly, the value of gold pieces to the PCs differs quite a bit. By design, 5e characters are not supposed to depend on getting certain magic items at certain levels. As long as they can afford their ...


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The big changes in the economy are in two areas, magic items and armor. The rest of the economy is largely unchanged. In 4th editions magic items were not only a key part of the economy they were a super important part of making the math work across the system (particularly in the areas of to-hit, damage and defenses). If you didn't have on level or so ...


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Thinking of this as a one-off interdimensional travel lead me to think about a (remarkably equivalent) conceit being the center of Harry Potter and the Natural 20. In short, it tells the hilariously funny fiction of a genre-aware 3.5 wizard dropping into Hogwarts and steadfastly maintains the truth behind each universe. The imported little Munchkin, Milo, ...



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