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I was a big fan of 1e and 2e, I did not care for 3e or 4e, definitely felt different. I am not sure I like 5e. It has some improvements, and some regressions. The ability scores and combat systems are major improvements. But spell casting has become overly complicated. Thieve's skills are watered down, and some are non-existent. The Fighter was ...


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A few differences that came to mind: In 1st ed., PCs get 1 xp for every gp of treasure obtained, including magic items, seized equipment, etc. As a consequence, published modules sometimes leaned on loot to determine XP awarded. I would recommend recalculating all monster XP values and determining some additional story awards, with the award being ...


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Grunter can change careers, but the level drain doesn't help. The PHB is explicit that characters can dual class more than once: There is no limit to the number of classes a character can acquire, as long as he has the ability scores and wants to make the change. (p. 45-1) In this case, Grunter would need at least Str 15, Dex 17, Int 17. Any levels ...


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