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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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There are two ways to interpret these rules. It comes down to how you read the header. Does the header describe the immunity and the following text clarifies it? Or is the header a name for a section …
answered Jun 4 '15 by AceCalhoon
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Note that thefemmedm's answer indicates a spot in the book where you can look this up directly. D&D3.5 was first published in July, 2003. Anything published by Wizards of the Coast after that date wi …
answered Aug 25 '10 by AceCalhoon
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The Assumptions Behind Challenge Rating I don't have my 3.x DMG handy for a page reference, but somewhere in there it states that D&D 3.x operates on the assumption that players have multiple encount …
answered Aug 23 '11 by AceCalhoon