An image of art from the Complete Scoundrel supplemental, with a human bard in red and blue, a human monk in black, and a half orc mage in a red fur robe. The text on a white background next to the image reads '5 Highly Customizable 3.5e Prestige Classes"

5 Highly Customizable 3.5e Prestige Classes We Wish that 5e Would Incorporate

3.5e dndMorgan Carpenter
There are a few major differences between 3.5e and 5e as editions of Dungeons and Dragons (and 4e, of course, but we don’t talk about 4e). The comp...
A drawing from 3e Dungeons and Dragons, depicting various human ethnicities found in the Forgotten Realms campaign setting.

In Defense of Human Fighters - Why D&Ds Most 'Boring' Class-Race Combo Remains so Popular

3.5e dndMorgan Carpenter
When the early access for Baldur’s Gate 3 (the most recent installation of Dungeons and Dragons’ preeminent videogame series) opened, it was soon f...
An image of the cover of a 3.5e D&D book "Complete Psionic". It shows the 3.5 edition Dungeons and Dragons logo and the title of the book.

5 Psionic Prestige Classes WotC should adapt into 5e Subclasses

3.5e dndMorgan Carpenter
For those who have only played 5e - psionics are the psychics of the D&D universe. Their powers and abilities come from the mind, with intense ...
The Least Popular DnD Opinion: aka "The Problem With Warlocks"

The Least Popular DnD Opinion: aka "The Problem With Warlocks"

5e warlocksMorgan Carpenter
I’ll get right to the point: Warlocks shouldn’t exist in 5e I know, I know - put the pitchfork down for just a moment.  It’s not that Warlock’s ar...

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