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    D&D 5E The Fighter and Arcana

    As something a bit different from the more recent threads, I thought I would point this gem out to anyone who did not realize it yet. It also applies to any class, but for those who want to do some downtime work on the fighter this is a legit option. Pick up proficiency in arcana. Pick up...
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    D&D 5E D&D Beyond Released Eberron Play Data

    Not sure if this was posted yet. DnD Beyond released Eberron usage for the initial release. Warforged artificer wins. Not really shocking. https://www.belloflostsouls.net/2019/11/dd-and-the-most-popular-player-options-in-eberron-are.html
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    D&D 5E Skills and Ability Checks -- Perspective on Consistency vs DM Empowerment

    This is largely a redirect from another thread so as not to derail that thread, just so no one is confused why it looks like we started mid-discussion. We are starting this thread mid-discussion, lol. This thread page 9 is where we are picking up from should anyone wish to look back. If there...
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    D&D General Roll20 Usage Report

    I'm not sure if this has been posted yet or not. I thought it was interesting just how big 5e's share of usage shows. https://www.belloflostsouls.net/2019/11/rpg-the-stars-are-right-for-call-of-cthulhu-but-dd-is-still-the-tops-roll20-usage-report.html
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    D&D 5E Medicine Checks

    Medicine is used rarely enough I don't see much on it. I would like to see and encourage more use. I listed what I could find. DC 5 stabilize / revive a drowning creature determine obvious cause of death DC 10 determine if a patient is safe to move stabilize a dying creature deliver a...
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    D&D 5E D&D Stats: What The Typical 5E Party *Actually* Looks Like

    I am not sure if this article has come up yet. I found it interesting. What the Typical 5E Party Actually Looks Like. Apparently they think a typical party is likely a warlock, fighter, cleric, sorcerer, and rogue.