Tag Archives: Druid

Powergaming: Making a Powerful Druid in Core 3.5 D&D

This entry is part 7 of 7 in the series Powergaming

Druids are one of the more powerful classes in core 3.5 D&D. However, they are certainly not the easiest of classes to play, and there can be a lot of paperwork involved. This article will cover the various abilities, spells, and strategies involved in playing a Druid, and provide simple advice to making a powerful Druid using only core 3.5 D&D. Continue reading

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Table of All D&D 4E Character Classes [Updated – Player’s Handbook 3]

With the release of the D&D 4E Players Handbook II the number of character classes has doubled to 16. Now that all the classes are spread over two books, we thought that it might be easier to see what is … Continue reading

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D&D 4E Players Handbook 2 In Depth Review

This entry is part 4 of 4 in the series D&D 4e Book Reviews

And about time, too. This is a review of the 4E PHBII. For a review of the 3.5 PHBII: it’s arguably the best 3.5 book in existence. Anyway, on to the point. 4th edition leads itself nicely into splat books, … Continue reading

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