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Consummate Gamer and collector of games and systems. Casual player of 3.5 DnD.


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comment What is the difference between D&D and D&D Miniatures?
Downrank all you want, It doesn't change the fact it's all 100% true.
Oct
18
answered What is the difference between D&D and D&D Miniatures?
Oct
18
comment What is the difference between D&D and D&D Miniatures?
Not to mention the Minatures handbook actually has classes, abilities, items, feats, etc that can be used in roleplaying game as well.
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awarded  Autobiographer
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answered Where does a traveler arrive when a planar location's unspecified?
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revised Is it possible to teleport while on the Astral plane?
added 112 characters in body
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revised Good alignment on characters facing a vampire
added 148 characters in body
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answered Good alignment on characters facing a vampire
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answered How relatively strong is a character of a given level
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answered Can I play a Witch (the class) who is male and call him a Warlock?
Jun
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comment What are the major differences between D&D 3.0 and D&D 3.5
You left out that it turned Bards into gods. It's amazing how 2 more skill points per level, on a class with damn near every skill, can become so wonderfully broken so quickly. Also gave them the ability to cast in light armor, which they mostly had anyway, but now all their spells are affected.
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answered Do Class Skill Bonuses Count as Ranks?
Jun
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answered What happens if a commoner takes a prestige class?
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answered Do Sorcerers need to know a lot of attack spells?
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awarded  Commentator
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comment Differences between D&D 3.X and previous editions
Prestige Classes do, but aren't technically part of the core game. Even the ones in the DMG are listed as completely optional content. They're much like the Kits of 2nd edition except they're a separate class, taken later when certain requirements are met, rather then having a list of disadvantages to compensate for their powers and taken at creation. (unless otherwise noted, kits couldn't be taken after creation and no character could have more then 1 kit).