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Third Edition (3.5) D&D Character Generator

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. Happy adventuring! This big javascript program runs best on "Netscape" browsers. If you want to save your character's html file to your hard drive, Netscape seems to work better. Please report all errors and bugs. Thanks to Carlos Serrano, William Kendel, Katie Calaelan (Amethyst Torch), Raphael, sirjadin26, Tom Stevens, Serrith, and Lord Araniel Maerpyre Duirlith for help with the debugging. Time Commitment -- As much as we love to role-play, an honest assessment of time commitments is essential. This and my other generators will stay online indefinitely despite the upcoming fourth edition.

Mana Energy Potion SRD:Wealth and Money Wealth and Money Coins The most common coin is the gold piece (gp). A gold piece is worth 10 silver pieces. The standard coin weighs about a third of an ounce (fifty to the pound). Representative Gold Piece Wealth Other Than Coins Merchants commonly exchange trade goods without using currency. Selling Loot In general, a character can sell something for half its listed price. Trade goods are the exception to the half-price rule. Back to Main Page → 3.5e Open Game Content → System Reference Document → Equipment 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. If you are producing something for sale, may I recommend you pop over and throw some fabric at a proper artist. Art sites Lists Incredible Clip Art Images is an aptly named list of clip art sites.DMOZ Clip art list. Of course, if you are aware of any free (public domain or Creative Commons) images that might be relevant for your RPG, please pop the link in a comment!

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. D&D 3.5e Character Record Sheet · ÜBER-EDITION (Last Update: 4th November 2007) I thought long and hard before releasing this sheet and finally it's public, the pinnacle of charactersheetness. D&D 3.5e Character Record Sheet · FOLIO EDITION (Last Update: 26th May 2007) Two sheets in two common paper sizes, designed for double-sided printing and folding. D&D 3.5e Character Record Sheet · STANDARD EDITION (Last Update: 26th May 2007) Four single sheets with the freedom to print on nearly every machine, but it is somehow a compromise in design and elegancy since the sheet is intended for a single folding page. Player's Info The player's version of the Dungeon Master's Screen, so to speak. Forgotten Realms Campaign Notes

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? Ever wonder just what sorts of structures a particular setting has? Here's a nice big list to answer any of those questions. Primary Factors of Settlement Building Each of the following factors should be an important consideration for developing a settlement. Size - The biggest factor in building a settlement is deciding what size it should be, both in terms of population, land mass, and economic power. Location - Location is important as well. Composition - What is the settlement's primary purpose? Notes This is a compilation, with lots of people who helped.