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The original release of Dungeons & Dragons third edition from 2000, not including the v3.5 revised edition.

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It all boils down to maturity and trust of your play group as well as the implied (or even stated) social contract. What I mean by that is it is circumstantial. Can you trust your player to play as i …
answered Jun 29 '11 by Sorcerer Blob
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In D&D 3rd Edition, 3.5 Edition, and even Pathfinder, it is ridiculously easy as a player to purposely or inadvertently break the skill system, especially with Diplomacy. For example: A level 5 Halfl …
asked May 24 '11 by Sorcerer Blob