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In Defense of Skill Challenges

This article was referenced recently on the Talking TableTop podcast and originally appeared on www.gameschangelives.com. I’ve overhauled the original 4th ed version for 5th edition to showcase the many ways skills, tool kits, spells, and even backgrounds can be used ...
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The Ranger Class, Part Five

The Ranger Class, Part Five After a week off to write some creepy spells, I’m back to talking about rangers here in History of the Classes. This time around, I’m looking at the Scout class of 3.5’s Complete Adventurer and ...
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Jeremy Crawford Interview – Gen Con 2015

The four days at Gen Con started off great! On the first day, I was able to sit down and speak with Jeremy Crawford. Jeremy is one of the lead designers of D&D 5th edition. Tribality readers should also recognized ...
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Psionics, Part Six

In last week’s History of the Classes, I looked at the Psionics Handbook and the Expanded Psionics Handbook, the core psionics rules for 3.0 and 3.5, respectively. This week I’m moving on to later developments within 3.x: one official WotC ...
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Psionics, Part Five

Welcome back to History of the Classes, after a week of ridiculous polling and a week off. We return to the history of psionics in D&D, already in progress. This article discusses psionics in Third Edition D&D. I think I ...
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4 Ideas for Fixing the Alignment Problem

“Wait, I didn’t know there is an alignment problem?” or “Alignment ruins every game. Die alignment, die.” No other item on a character sheet is as controversial as alignment. Since the release of AD&D a two-axis alignment system has been ...
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The Warlock Class, Part One

Now that my series on the Sha’ir has ended… again… I’m moving on to the Warlock, a class that first formally entered D&D in 3.5e in the pages of Complete Arcane. It has undergone radical changes in mechanics from that ...
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The Sha’ir Class, Part Two

I was overturned last week on my plan not to write a second post about the Sha’ir. I could have resisted writing about the 3.5 Sha’ir, by Dean Poisso in Dragon Magazine Issue 315; the 4e Sha’ir from Heroes of ...
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All D&D 3.5 Core Books Now Available in PDF

The Dungeons & Dragons 3.5 edition Player’s Handbook, Monster Manual and Dungeon Master’s Guide are now available for download on the DriveThruRPG Website. They are complete with full errata and are reorganized for ease of use. You can get each ...
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D&D 3.5 Monster Manual Available

The Dungeons & Dragons 3.5 edition Monster Manual is now available for download on the DriveThruRPG Website. You can get it from there here: Monster Manual Link