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I have the Wheel of Time RPG, but I'm thinking about using it for some non-Wheel of Time adventures (Mostly because it's a medieval d20 system that I already own and feels more gritty than 5e or 4e, which is appropriate for the Lovecraftian campaign I'm aiming for. Also, the magical madness system seems awesome for this.) So, since I also have a 3.5 monster manual, I was wondering what would I have to do to convert from 3.5 to WoTRPG?

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    \$\begingroup\$ Considering the existence of a freely available SRD, what is your reason for not playing straight 3.5 in this scenario? \$\endgroup\$ – Weckar E. May 3 '17 at 8:44
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Well, since WoTRPG was designed by D&D folks with a feats and skills system very similar to D&D 3.0, you should needn't to do much. But if are interested in the mechanics of adapting one similar system, to another I would suggest you download a pdf copy of or simply read online Paizo's system of converstion from 3.5 to Pathfinder and that might give you some ideas.

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