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D&D 5e dream spell

Dream: D&D 5e In-Depth Spell Analysis

Dream is a fifth level illusion spell available to bards, warlocks, and wizards. Druids of Circle of the Land who choose grassland as their environmental specialty will also learn Dream…

Polymorph Beast Spreadsheet

5e Beast Stats Spreadsheet – Polymorph, Wild Shape, Beast Companions

[Update for beasts published as of March 18, 2019] One of the most common monster types is the beast: lions, tigers, and bears, oh my! Some powerful spells and abilities summon beasts, speak with beasts, and transform characters into beasts. Unfortunately, there isn’t a centralized reference for all beasts in any D&D manuals, so it …

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Rogue Fighter

How to Multiclass in D&D 5e: Basic Guide

For new players, choosing a single class for a character is a great introduction to the game. However, once you’ve found your favorite class, repeated playing that can get stale. Not only does multiclassing provide variety, but adding a few levels…

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How to Get Your Players to Role Play in D&D 5e

In our experiences as DM’s, Flutes and I have developed a list of tips to help you encourage your players to start role playing, or to role play on a more fulfilling level…

Swords Guide

D&D Sword Guide: Tactics, Histories, and Properties of Common Swords

In Dungeons and Dragons Fifth Edition, using weapons can be as simple as you wish. A table on pg. 146 of the Player’s Handbook will show you all of the necessary information: damage, weight, cost, et cetera. But what if you had some extra knowledge about your weapon that could add flair and utility? Travelling …

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Anime Character Roleplaying

How Roleplaying an Anime-Style D&D Character Taught Me to Make Big Character Choices

“Adventuring fantasy dweebs” by dianthus-alpinus, CC Attribution-No Derivative Works 3.0 License Have you ever played a Dungeons and Dragons campaign where each character was the same blah carbon copy of each other—everyone tried to be the serious protagonist with the perfect one-line zinger before chopping off the big bad boss’ head? From a storytelling standpoint, …

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