A photo of the top part of the cover of the DnD Starter Set for 5th Edition. You can see the top of a green dragon's neck, as well as the DnD logo and the title "Starter Set" in stylized text

What’s the Best Way to Learn Dungeons and Dragons?

3e dndMorgan Carpenter
Dungeons and Dragons has a bit of a learning curve. Less so with more recent editions, but even when learning 5th Edition, it can take a while to f...
Image Description: an illustration of the 3e logo for Dungeons and Dragons, a panel with a sword separating the words Dungeons and Dragons.

5e vs 3e Skills: A Brief Guide with Skill Conversion Chart

3e dndMorgan Carpenter
One of the most easily spotted differences between 3e and 5e Dungeons and Dragons is the way that they handle skills - one look at the two characte...

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