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DUNGEONS & DRAGONS" contents ....................... 2 Ch. 3: Adventuring ............................. 5 travel .................................... 7 Ch. L:HowtoPlay gaining Started six Abilities Ch. 2: Combat ............................. The order ofCombat ................. 32 App. A: problems 33 App. B: What Is the resting ......................................... 16 Rewards 17 equipment ....................................... ................................... ............ 20 Ch. 4: Spellcasting ..................... 21 What Is a Spell? ...................... 23 spreading a order ............................................. 26 27 Movement and also Position actions in Combat make an assault Cover ................... ............................................ Damage and also Healing ................ ................... 34 35 36 44 ......................... 45 ........................... 46 Spell list .................................... 49 Spells ............................................ 50 P*"ing Point?! Credits . . ................. 62 ....................... 63 ......................................... 64 thing 1: exactly how TO PLAY he DUNGEONS & dragons ROLEPLAYING video game IS around storytelling in civilizations of swords and also sorcery. Like gamings of make-believe, D&D is thrust by imagination. It"s about picturing a crumbling castle in a darkening forest and also imagining just how a fantasy adventurer can react to the difficulties that scene presents. In this fantasy world, the possibilities are limitless. POWER, MO RTY! The Mo:.t iMportant component o p 060. Civilization p1a11 thi:. Game becau:.e the11 wa nt liMitle:.:. Power and trea:.ure and to act lil4e a complete badass a l l the tiMe. I,I,I Mean, hone:.tl!:j, it":. The iffu5ion oP power, Mort11. We p1a11 gaMe:. To di:.tract ourselve:. ProM the realit!1 the the univer:.e i:. One unPeeling, uncontrolla ble :,H•storM and also ever11thing we do is H.EANINGLESS, however Pine, Pine. That"s ju:.t a b,b,•Bu�p•,baseline a:.:.uMption we need to Mal4e due to the fact that this i:. A huMan game Por human people. W,w,we"re not pla!:jing Q/abbiM fi QunChiM through a buncha BlooPian:., now a re we� No, no we"re not. OuNafON� fi ORAaoN� is a porta together gun to infinite IOEAS and INFINITE strength without n,n,needing to it is in a gen iu:. Lil4e Me who developed one, Mort11. It":. Not a:. Great a:. A portal g u n, but it":. A l:.o a lot cheaper and also doesn"t require un:.table energ11 :.ources to operate. IT"S walk O D STU F F. trees, the crum bl ns n g damages of seven round towers j utti ng What "4i11d oP cleric sends out soMebod!:1 in to dice Por theM, an!:1Wa!:1t Ue"s totall!:1 coMplicit, increase from that l ns ke broken teeth. One archway together ittered through Mort!:1. Du ngeon M a ster ( D M): The castle stands among the twisted shard s that rusted metal gapes open at the height of a short fl ight that steps. 2 of the towers, speckled with One player takes on the function of the Dungeon Master, the game"s lead storyteller and also referee. The DM is in charge of the adventure, which appears in the adventure book, when the personalities navigate the adventure"s hazards and decide where to explore. The DM can describe the entrance to a ruined castle, and the players decision what they want their adventurers to do. Will they boldly stride up to the please gate, or shot to sneak up in situation anyone"s watching through those arrowhead slits? Circle approximately the castle looking for an additional entrance? Or actors a spell come cloak themselves in invisibility? dark arrowhead s together its, impend beside the entryway, and also a dark room yawns beyo n d . Ns h i l l i p (cleric): Let"s send the rogue increase a h e a d t o look ns n a n d make sure it"s safe. Amy (rogue): OK, ns " together l move to the side and sneak along the wall surface of the tower until I deserve to peer i n v the entrance. unlike a video game of make-believe, D&D offers structure to the stories-a method of determining the results of the adventurers" actions. Players roll dice to determine whether their attacks hit or miss and also whether their characters can scale a cliff, roll away native the strike of a miracle lightning bolt, or pull turn off some various other dangerous task. Noþeles is possible, yet the dice make some things more probable than others. Yeah and no. Gift a Dungeon master is all that stuPP, yet it"s a an ext than that. do, those dice are gonna P"P" play D&D IS GOOD, yet RUNNING the IS A full POWER LOAD, MORTY! puni5h J:10U, MortJ:1. Fabe is a Pickle y,!:1,!:10U gain to it is in a carcurate probabifities arr !:10U wa11t, MortJ:1, however do11"t get captured up i11 ib, because bhe Minute J:10U Mistress. god, Mort!:1. You control the h,h,horizontal and also the vertical. Y,!:1,0U terr the pra!:1ers what"s going on and then !:10U entertain your asses with !:10Ur brilliance, D M: A together l right, Amy, let"s see h ow sneaky girlfriend are. M a ke Mort!:1. You obtain a titble tasce oP what it"s like a Dexterity check. to it is in Amy: through my Stealth s k ns l l , right? �Choo/ can"t aid !:10U here. �choot is a pri5on. D M: you bet. Ninet!:1"two percent oP gyeongju in the universe Amy (ro l l ns n g a d20): i " m quite sneaky-that"s a 17. DM: OK, there"s Me, every the tiMe. I"M !:10Ur teacher now. don"t:, even think in schools-because the!:1 no authorize that anyone notices you . And 14now. The!:1 a lread!:1 14now. friend "re feather inside? An!:1Wa!:1, the suggest is, the Dungeon master i5 in charge, and since ns don"t desire that balding when you play D&D, you take on the role of one adventurer: a experienced fighter, a devout cleric, a fatal rogue, or a spellcasting wizard. (The personality sheets contained in this set describe 5 heroes to gain you started.) v some friends and also a tiny imagination, you strike the end on grand quests and daring adventures, trial and error yourself against an selection of challenges and bloodthirsty monsters. ; little turd ProM the cartoon Messing through us again, that method I"M in charge. O,o,or iP !:10U"re analysis this bool4 right now, i m sorry !:10U space iP !:10U"re seeing these words, th,th, then you"re in charge! YOU! ns totarl!:1 just deputized!:10U b!:1 the strength oP Gre!:1hawl4, or everything it is. ant t he!:1 perform n"t w ew p 1a�e r� 50 n Po olt. D. Bo wil a i5 gain Thi5 ut stu PP have the right to M Uld , ort , b !:1ou r gaMe! to blow �oor " can be in " " ·t a g1ne ·t im a n c !:10U iP L.iter all!:1 , � � An!:1W aJ:1, the "s simply the tip oP iceb erg. Tal4e a gat!d er thro ugh the Mon5t;er ort�." ot owlbear�. M bo a g in allti t I"M an d t he!:1 together a!:1 . W·t i.. A bear1 ns a n owl M1Xed ns n open one Th,th, the s EGGS! Yo u craclt. R � e5 !:1! t egg5, Mor oP goop c oM ea lt.,p a ced n eap b nt 1 . D a � that oP t water tap a n Y u"ve gott a tr!:1 ou5 ~ above t o a5t o rcr det 5 i,it" 1, . The end O"K_l-8 � • · . � hand-operated soMetiMe and get a g l iMpse o Wha t thes e sicl4 des igne rs coM e up wrth. It 1II blow �oor mental , Mor t�. � The DM identify the outcomes of the adventurers" actions and narrates what the personalities experience. Due to the fact that the DM deserve to improvise to react to something the players attempt, D&D is infinitely flexible, and also each adventure have the right to be exciting and unexpected. There"s no winning and losing in D&D-at the very least not the means those terms are usually understood. Together, the DM and the players produce a story of bolder adventurers who confront deadly perils. Periodically an probe might involved a grisly end, torn apart by ferocious monster or done in by a nefarious villain. Also so, the various other adventurers can search for powerful magic to revive their fallen comrade, or the player might select to beat a new character. The group could fail to complete an adventure successfully, but if the players had actually a an excellent time and also created a memorable story, they all win. I,i,iP producing soMe coMpelling stare a bout "!JOUr M,M, l.eMMe Male.e this rea ll"!j clear: Th,th,that Male.es Por a nice sales pitch, but it"s steed brothers the Prince oP Pituitar"!j THE OUNGEON H.ASTER IS OEFAUl.T. THE WINNER who was tare.en b!;1 rabid rust poop, Mort"!j. UPe is all around ""winners" and "losers."" Captain Q,b,being in charge and also Messing Monsters gets "!jour rocre.s with "!jour Priends Male.es "!JOU DraMa,Pants below doesn"t top dog, dawg. APter that, the oPP, well then whoop,de,doo Por "!JOU, however i,i,in the finish it every desire to recognize that once his coMes under to that gets the character die5, he"s a fo5er, yet most phat toot, endure point5, and who rotted the best. that is. 4 8Y Motivations Por conserving "!jour thing I: how to PLAY coMeS down to POWER and CONTROi.. Y"!:1"!:1ou"ve got it, or "!JOU don"t. obtaining STARTED If this is your very first time play DUNGEONS & D RAGONS, begin by reading the remainder of this chapter. It speak you the most vital rules you need to play the game. Someone demands to it is in the Dungeon grasp for your very first play experience. Since you"re reading this, you"re a good candidate to it is in the DM. (If among your friends knows how to play D&D already, you could want come ask that human to it is in the DM and help you find out the game.) when you"ve read this chapter, take a look in ~ the first few pages the the adventure book. The will assist you know the function of the DM and also the basics of a D&D adventure. Thanlc.s, boolc.. I"M gonna show Mort!1 and ever!:Jone else just how Dungeon Mastering realty worlc.s. O&O RICKTH £0/TION talc.es the b,b,•sui;ip•, basics and blows theM out a deMon lord"s turdhole. from there, look over the remainder of this book. Friend don"t need to memorize everything before your first game, but it helps if you understand where to discover the rules while friend play. Climate get acquainted with the adventure, and also you"ll be prepared to gather your friends together to play. Every player chooses one character from the five alternatives included. It"s as much as the players to turn these bare­ bones personalities into people by offering them names, describing their appearance, and also bringing them come life if playing v the adventure. If friend have an ext than five players, it"s yes sir for 2 players to use the same character, as Jong together they do the details that the character distinct; one cleric can be a jolly woman called Sefris, if the other is a severe guy named Albric. using the very same character together soMeone rather is le.ind oP a diclc. Move, yet I gain it. A non,genius human Mind have the right to onl!:J take care of so Ma n!:J options, a n d p,p,pive is a rr the!:J placed in this box, therefore go v what !:JOU"ve got, rightf" It"s probabl!:J simpler to just gain rid oP one oP !:Jour Priends. i know good AR/ T-e­ 1-0VE ANO FRIENOS * •eu1 El � A """"...