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3.5 "Diplomacy" would usually translate into 5e Charisma(Persuasion). First, I want to point out a bit of a paradigm shift from 3.5 to 5e: Players attempt things and then the DM requests the "appropriate" skill (5e), rather than the players attempting to use a skill (3.5). Keep in mind, the action your player describes/requests may not fall neatly within ...


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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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