What is Multiclassing? Chapter 6 of the Player's Handbook for Dungeons and Dragons 5th Edition presents players with the character customization option called multiclassing. This rule set allows a Player Character (PC) to add a level (or levels) from different classes whenever they level up instead of advancing a single class up to 20th level. … Continue reading Multiclassing in Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition
Back when a friend asked me what class I wanted to play in what was to be our first session (and my first DnD game), I immediately picked Wizard. Who doesn't want to be a badass mage throwing all sorts of hurt in the battlefield, right? Maybe people who hate being literal glass cannons at … Continue reading Dungeons and Dragons 5th Edition – What Happens When I Level Up?
This discussion will be about spell/ability tracking play aids (mainly) for ability-heavy classes. Tools like these are essential for players who have mid to high level characters and want to streamline their turns or interactions. The time and attention spent on flicking through notes could be better used to play up a killing blow or … Continue reading Dungeons and Dragons 5th Edition – Tools and Methods for Spell Slot Tracking
An outline of what your character gains when advancing through the Fighter class in Dungeons and Dragons 5th Edition.
This guide only presents the Traits, Feats, and additional Abilities that your character will acquire when they gain a level. The character progression is broken down per level to facilitate the tracking of incremental changes that can be made for a character. This is to help avoid repeatedly jumping through different sections of the Player's … Continue reading What Happens When I Level Up – Wizard (D&D 5e)