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The Hypertext d20 SRD (v3.5 d20 System Reference Document)

The Hypertext d20 SRD (v3.5 d20 System Reference Document)

http://www.d20srd.org/

Javascript 3.5 Character Generator Lite This little program is my gift to my fellow-gamers, and my way of saying "thank you" to the hobby's developers. Over a quarter-century, I have enjoyed a cordial relationship with people at TSR/WOTC. In return, I'm glad to help make the process of character creation easier for everyone. Casual Girl Gamer - A blog about casual gaming SRD:Wealth and Money Wealth and Money Coins The most common coin is the gold piece (gp). The Free RPG Blog: Free images to spice up your game Whether you are writing your own free game or looking to spice up the game you're running, free images always come in handy. I'm forever moaning about free RPGs not having quite enough images in them, so here's the help you need. I was inspired to put this together by Zach's post on the The RPG Site. Many thanks to those that contributed there. Before I get into the linkorama it's worth noting that you should be careful what licenses are attached to the different images.

Dungeons&Dragons 3.5 Character Record Sheet [custom] [free] [beautiful] The sheets come in three versions: a 11"x17" and 8.5"x11" for players in the US and Canada, and a DIN/ISO 216 conform for the rest of the world and the &ÜBER-EDITION. The downloads are counted since 1st February 2006. Use the left mouse button for downloading. A new window will open, either prompting the download or the acrobat browser-plugin will start. (PLEASE DON'T HOTLINK THE FILES, THANKS) And remember, you can't spell slaughter without laughter... D&D 3.5e Character Record Sheet · ÜBER-EDITION (Last Update: 4th November 2007) 1001 Common Structures in a Village/Town/City This is the revamped version of the old thread, started with some sort of planning. Ever had trouble thinking of random buildings for an urban setting? Ever just drawn some rectangular shapes and said 'OK, that's a building' without bothering to explain it?

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