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I'm currently playing a DnD 3.5 campaign and the only sources we are currently using are: the PHB, the Dungeon Master Handbook, the Monster manual.

Now there seem to be a lot of other books out there, some belonging to DnD 3.5, some not. I'm a bit confused as towards how it all works. I understand of course that we can just choose what books to use. But which books are considered part of DnD 3.5? And is there a difference to DnD 3.5e? (i.e. what does the e stand for?)

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marked as duplicate by Quentin, doppelgreener, Wibbs, Ruut, mxyzplk Feb 5 '16 at 12:02

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    \$\begingroup\$ This question is almost certainly a duplicate, but this one is somewhat confusing to me, so I'll let others judge. \$\endgroup\$ – Miniman Feb 5 '16 at 9:51
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To answer the second part of your question, "DnD 3.5e" just means "3.5 Edition" and means exactly the same thing as "DnD 3.5". The first, more substantial, part of your question is answered by the question that Miniman has linked to.

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