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|#74 - <---- 'nuff said||22 hours ago on Humble Giveaway||+2|
|#13 - Thank you so much, I was looking for a good torrent.||22 hours ago on Alot of D&D things lately.||0|
|#10 - Never played D&D before, can anybody help me get started? … [+] (10 new replies)||23 hours ago on Alot of D&D things lately.||+14|
#113 - anonymous (4 hours ago) [-]
It depends on if you want to do 3.5 or 4.0. 4.0 is more combat oriented and balanced at the cost of many things actually making sense. (example: Wizards training for years when the same level of power can be attained by bumming around a bad neighborhood)
3.5 is a combination of both roleplay and combat, and is more consistent in my experience, but the balance on it is rather wonky. There's even a tier list for classes, and I've made multiple builds that could kill an entire city in twelve seconds.
If you want to do 3.5, Dndtools.eu, d20srd.org, and Roll20.net are EXTREMELY useful. In addition, a simple google search will often assist you if you have any questions about rules or specific spells. You'll probably want to use Handbooks while your still getting used to things (for example, "D&d 3.5 Rogue Handbook" will net you a VERY good one); they're good tools for choosing feats, skills, etc.
Regardless of which version you choose, Myth-weavers.com is you're place for sheets.
#114 - anonymous (4 hours ago) [-]
you're*. God dammit.
#31 - dongers (17 hours ago) [-]
It all depends on what version you want to play, but if you actually want to start playing you should find a group, best thing i could suggest is going to a magic the gathering store and asking around for a group, ask them the version they play and start reading up. If they say 4th then go use that torrent, if they say 3.5 then dndtools.eu/ is a very good resource and so is www.d20srd.org/ for rules.
Also you dont need a torrent for 3.5 you can just look up a pdf of whatever book the first book you would need is players handbook so look up "players handbook dnd 3.5 pdf"
#12 - zeatguy (22 hours ago) [-]
Everything you need.
#26 - orkoapprentice (20 hours ago) [-]
Eh, new edition's coming out next month. Thar be rule changes. Apparently, 3rd edition players bitched at Hasbro about the changes in the 4th edition. I'm hearing good things so far. The new starter kit is coming out in a few days:
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