Category: D&D Player Resources

Creating a Working Multiclass Character in Dungeons and Dragons

Typically, as a new player you want to start off creating and playing a character with a single class. After all, Dungeons and Dragons is a complicated game. Once you start to hit higher levels, there’s a lot to keep track of as far as abilities, perks, skills, and functions of your characters class. However,…


Building a Spell Caster: For Noobs

Have you ever wanted to mend the wounds of your compatriots and yourself with a whispered prayer? Or perhaps snap your fingers and turn into a fly and infiltrate a secret meeting? Maybe you’d prefer to strike your opponents with lightning while screaming about your ‘unlimited power’? Well in Dungeons and Dragons, yes, it is…


D20 vs. Magic Life Counter for Dungeons and Dragons

As a Dungeon Master running a campaign, you may come across a player that wants to use a Magic The Gathering Life Counter die in place of a d20. If your wanting my personal opinion, which I assume you do, I would not allow my players to use the Life Counter as a substitute for…


Finding Your Perfect Dungeons and Dragons Character

After you’ve played your fair share of sessions and campaigns, you’ve probably figured out what it is that you like as far as your play-style and how you roleplay your character. However, you haven’t built a character that feels perfect for you. Perhaps it is time to find your perfect character. To do this, you’ll…


Chracter Build Guide for Dungeons and Dragons: Step-by-Step

Build Your Own Characters in Dungeons and Dragons Check out the video associated with this post for a visual demonstration on how to build your character! For first time players, building a character can be rather tedious. So we’ve made this breakdown to help you. Here is what we will review: Race, Sex, and Name…


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