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D&D 5e Ranger Multiclassing Guide

Your guide to Ranger multiclassing for unique character builds in Dungeons and Dragons Fifth Edition (D&D 5e). Multiclassing is daunting for new players to learn, but rewarding for experienced players. Aside from optimization, multiclassing allows you to bring unique characters to life with outside-the-box specialties. Multiclassing can be useful for roleplaying as well, so it’s not merely for min-max-style players. Review my recommendations to discover inspiration for your next character.

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Passive Perception Explained: D&D 5e’s Best Skill

Traps, secret doors, and skulking assassins are aspects of D&D that test a character’s ability to keenly perceive their surroundings. D&D 5e’s core rules depend on the Perception skill, and more specifically the Passive Perception skill, and this resource possesses everything you need to understand it.

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D&D 5e Barbarian Class Guide

Learn everything you need to know about playing and enjoying a D&D 5e Barbarian character. We cover feats, subclasses, tactics, and more.

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What to Spend Gold on in D&D 5e

Do you struggle to spend your gold in D&D 5e? Does gold seem worthless? Here are my tips for spending your gold and having fun with wealth in your TTRPG experience.

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D&D 5e Races and Lineages: Overview, Lore, and Analysis

With the myriad of character options available, considering which race to build from can be a daunting task. This guide will help provide you with a basic overview of each playable race, along with some inspiring ideas for background-building and optimization.

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Using Sanity as an Ability Score in D&D 5e

Sanity is an optional mechanic often dismissed as either extreme or useless in D&D 5e. However, using Sanity as an additional ability score has a wide array of uses and benefits.

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