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reviewed Close If my team-mate absorbs a creature we have been fighting, will the rest of the party still gain EXP?
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reviewed Edit Is the Saltwater Float represented in this question a good way to test for loaded dice?
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revised Is the Saltwater Float represented in this question a good way to test for loaded dice?
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reviewed Leave Open What are the objective benefits of using an official character sheet vs writing things down yourself on a piece of paper if you are a new DnD player?
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revised What are the objective benefits of using an official character sheet vs writing things down yourself on a piece of paper if you are a new DnD player?
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answered What are the objective benefits of using an official character sheet vs writing things down yourself on a piece of paper if you are a new DnD player?
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reviewed No Action Needed Would a monk with the tavern brawler feat have improvised weapons count as monk weapons?
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comment What are the objective benefits of using an official character sheet vs writing things down yourself on a piece of paper if you are a new DnD player?
That being said I *highly urge * any new DnD player to start with the default character sheet simply because just by looking at the empty boxes you will know what information you're still missing during character creation and will be easily able to identify and locate necessary boxes during the play.