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One thing that I like about DnDNext, is that I feel, if one desires, they can play the game much quicker. For example, sometimes, instead of having 3-4 hours to play, we only have 1-2 hours to play. In those times, we pull out DnDNext and play that game instead. In just 3 sessions of 2 hours each, we have gone through 3 "one shot" adventures, which were ...
The How to play document has a typo. It's DC + 8 + proficiency + attribute mod.
Each time you gain a level you will add your constitution modifier and one roll of your hit die to your previous max HP. If a barbarian with 18 constitution levels up he takes his previous max plus a roll of a d12 plus 4 for his constitution modifier. On a related note if your CON modifier increases later you gain hit points retroactively for all previous ...
To offer an alternative answer to the accepted one: Yes. Remember that role playing is not all about combat. You can have a character that only uses one hand in battle, sure! And you can have a really good time, and you can look bloody awesome at the same time. Furthermore, having a free hand could open some possibilities in the narrative during battle, ...
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