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Much of the content is still on Wizards' website. Why they didn't create proper redirections I don't know. Some of it is preserved by "simply" prefixing the word archive to the old URL. For example, the url wizards.com/default.asp?x=dnd/arch/we can now be found under archive.wizards.com/default.asp?x=dnd/arch/we. In some cases more modifications have to be ...


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Roll20.net is going to be your best friend First off its free. COMPLETELY FREE. Roll20 has a built in grid with the ability to use their library and import images to lay as background under their grids. Player tokens can work in much the same way. The system has integrated chat dice rolling and even programmable buttons players and the GM can create to ...


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The archive feature will generally get you the content you once had a link to. There's a couple of URL forms I recognise that'll work. /dnd/Article links For Article pages — ones that have /dnd/Article.aspx in the URL, like in the question — there's still a way to access them: replace the 'www' in the URL with 'archive'. So for the updates ...


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This exists... but you're going to be disappointed by the answer. It's the tables in the book. There's no automatic tool like this, because how you want to use it can't be automatic. There is no way to "just" put in the dice rolls, and get the results, because there are many tables linked together, each requiring different rolls be made. At best, there ...


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I haven't used it for straight 3.x in quite some time, but PCGen is quite a fully-featured d20 system character builder. I use it mostly for Pathfinder these days, but I also used it for 3.x during my Living Greyhawk career. It is a free product, for both the good and the bad that comes with it - datafiles are built by volunteers, so are free, but may not be ...


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The awesome dungeonmorphs are free in multiple formats! These are old-school in art style but made to match each other perfectly in terms of entrances and exits. I have the dice and the cards and love them. You get 90 of them in PDF, PNG, and dungeonographer (which is also free) formats. http://www.dungeonmorphs.com/battlemats.shtml


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There is no directory, but here are some guides GM tips: http://www.ruleofcool.com/smf/index.php/topic,1234.0.html Spell-casting guide: http://www.ruleofcool.com/smf/index.php/topic,1156.0.html Just blade guide: http://www.ruleofcool.com/smf/index.php/topic,47.0.html Mount Guide: http://www.ruleofcool.com/smf/index.php/topic,1016.0.html Elemental guide: ...


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MapTool long predates Roll20, and while I won't recommend it as software (and it appears to no longer be actively developed), there's a large library of tiles (free and otherwise) that have been built up around it, which should all be compatible with Roll20. Here's a few links to the more active resource sites, taken from the list here (and checked myself). ...


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You don't need to use only the standard magic itens. Magic itens, as all rules on Pathfinder, are guidelines, not something written on stone. You can always create your own magic itens, according to your needs. If you want to go that way, just check a similar item that does what you want (Let's imagine a Gloves of Giant Might, +4 STR) and change the bonuses ...


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Go to d20pfsrd.com Search on "bonus to Constitution" In the faceted navigation at the top choose "Magic Items" The aristocrats! Here's a link I think will work for other people... It's not perfect, there's some items you will need to discard ("This doesn't provide a bonus to Constitution" is a hit) but should get you all your likely options.


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Take a look at a new book called "Fantasy Art Characters To Copy." It features original "conditional" copyright free fantasy characters. The conditions of use are very liberal.I have the book - it's incredible. The images are high quality, they are not stock pics. They are on blank backgrounds and you can copy them for RPGs or use them in your own ...


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For excellent images, become used to Searching I use two main sources for my stock images - Deviantart.com and Google's Image Search. It's a skill like any other to find the correct search terms - I recommend developing it, though, as it's incredibly useful for many other things as well. One specific trick that I find useful is to find synonyms of the ...



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