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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 ...


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The How to play document has a typo. It's DC + 8 + proficiency + attribute mod.


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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 ...


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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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You should take "Great Weapon Fighting" and then us a versatile weapon like long sword...then you can use it to do extra damage with two hands or just hold it in one if you like how it "looks". Also you will be able to grapple whenever you want. cheers.



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