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The revised Player's Handbook is the definitive rulebook for the edition of the Dungeons & Dragons roleplaying game. It contains complete. The Dungeons And Dragons PDF Books Links Thread. (provided by CeZ) Firstly , here is the Official Website for D&D, for those that don't want. sckeener writes "DriveThruRPG has just announced that it will be selling all of WotC's Edition D&D products in e-book format - over

They are complete with full errata and are reorganized for ease of use. You can get each one with the following links:. Endless adventure and untold excitement await! Prepare to venture forth with your bold companions into a world of heroic fantasy. It contains complete rules for the 3. Spell lists for characters have also been revised and some spell levels adjusted. Skills have been consolidated clarified. And a larger number of feats have been added to give even more options for character customization in this area. Fearsome and formidable foes lurk within.

Mostly the "flavor" elements. There are no named gods, none of the spells have significant NPC names, there's no mention of Greyhawk, etc. You'll also note that there are no rules for character creation, for advancing characters in level, calculating experience, or anything else related to the topics forbidden by the d20 System Trademark Guide.

Parent Share twitter facebook linkedin. I don't think you're trolling and I agree. I would definately download them.

Actually, you can already get a ton of them as pdf.

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And not too expensive, either. Perfect for video games?

Then how come most 3rd ed. Remember a little game called Neverwinter Nights? I have a quite large collection of 2nd ed. The plot. It was the plot.

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The rules where clunky, but the plot was engaging. I think that's obvious, there are three groups of players who like 3rd Edition: It suffers from 2 steps forward, one step back syndrome. Most of the game mechanic changes are reasonably good, I always liked the more intricate miniature rules for combat, for example. However, I loathe the new multi-classing rules, prestige classes are terrible, and some of the weapons are just retarded.

Spiked Chain? Mercurial Sword? Couldn't stand the new system. No I haven't read the New Sun books, however, I know that those books are science fiction, set in the far future. I also know that mercury cause crystalization in steel and would cause any low tech weapon to snap easily, rendering it useless, mercury weapons only work in the future tech because plastics can be used to separate the mercury from the steel.

Prestige classes and the new multi-classing encourage class whoring, where you pick the classes that give you the most advantages and least disadvantages. You really couldn't be more wrong.

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The 3 and 3. Come on, THAC0? To Hit Armor Class Zero system? In D20, your AC just keeps going up, as it gets stronger That was one of the worst rules ever. A LOT of thought went into it. They dropped profecienceies and brought in skills. They added feats to make your HERO stand out from the mundanes. I agree, the mini rules are grea. In general I have found that these debates stem from a number of misunderstandings: But seriously, apparently in its original naval simulation context it actually had some degree of logic behind it, AC corresponded at least somewhat to physical size, therefore big ships had high AC.

Good question. I'm playing Shadows of Amn right now for about the 4th time. I've had Neverwinter Nights sitting around since it came out and haven't managed to get more than about 2 hours into it.

I couldn't tell you why. Partially I dislike the single-player plot. Partially I dislike the interface. Because the failure or success of those games had nothing to do with the ruleset behind them? There is no causality there. Making that assumption is stupid. The reason ToEE failed was because Atari should never have produced it and drove it into the ground like they do with just about everything they've touched lately.

In the meantime the fans have gone on to completely draw new maps for that engine and create all new content and are well on their way to releasing B2: The Keep on the Borderlands. They also rel. Similarly, should there ever be one universally identified "The Greatest Rulest Of All Time" and it be applied to a half-assed, buggy game with two dimensional characters and bad voice acting, it will still suck. Rules are a nice gimmick. They make it even more of a must download for people who are already fans of the ruleset and.

Wrong on both counts Score: How is "many" claiming it to be the best contrary to "many feel it the wordt"?

These statements can coexist. This is the most complex ruleset there is and a lot of players complained it was too complex - hence the simplifying andadoption of a simple d20 system for 3rd edition.

No I didn't know that, but thanks for the info! I will download it at home after work tonight. Wow, has math education in this country really that bad? And there is no To my knowledge there are no rules for anything in the entire game that is in less than a 5ft increment.

I never have problems with the math in 3rd edition DnD. And neither have any of the players I have ever played with. If you are looking for an electronic 'legit' version of the earlier stuff, see if you can find a 'core rules' CD ROM. They had a bunch of character editors, etc - but the real gold was the books were in RTF format!

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Easy enough to turn into PDF, but even better, you could mark them up with your notes, carve out sections you needed as player or DM. Why do some people still like the idea of ThAC0?

Of course, if you look hard enough at it, 3rd and 3. Ok, just go with the fighter for simplicity, those who care to you can work out the rest.

No all I need are some friends to play with: You have signed copies!? Those must be worth like thousands of GP! Heck, if I got back into playing, I could use it as an excuse to go to GenCon again Boo Score: There they go and take a perfectly cool idea and corrupt it. These books should be sold with a huge discount because lots of costs have been cut by distributing them online as PDFs.

And don't they realize that the very value of a PDF is intrinsically lower than that of a hardbound book? I might as well just download the real thing and be done with it. I've been given tons of supa-dupa-drm-protected PDFs in the past and usually they gave up in under 10 seconds.

As usual, determined attackers will get what they want, while people who are obviously loyal to the brand and good customers get shafted by having their book usage restricted. OK, I have an axe to grind I never really forgave them for the switch to d The cost of production might be lower, but the value is determined by the consumer, not directly by the characteristics of the item.

To me, the PDF would actually be MORE valuable, since I commute a long distance and would be able to read them on my laptop without lugging around some heavy tomes.

Easier to tag, cross-reference, etc. How about indexing the books and being able to instantly well, near-instantly, these are pdfs after all call up all references to a certain spell in all the books? In short, value is ascribed by the perceived utility of the object, not by production and distribution costs.

Cost of production is lower Score: That implies that the book has intrinsic value the PDF does not have. They both contain t. The core books are available for free on WOTC's website, though.

So, they've already done that. They just aren't being consumer-friendly with the rest of their books. Seems almost no one is consumer-friendly if you define it as giving away your product for free.

Or I could say that I value the hardbound copies less than most people. I think that you're confusing 'mar. That's kind of odd, most of the people I know value the ability to grab a book and flip through it at the table, rather than grab their laptop and click through a pdf. Your argument is sound, but your conclusion is hasty and based on a small sample.

The grandparent isn't "absolutely" false- it's entirely possible that they're correct. Of course, you could be correct too. Who knows? No, the OP is absolutely false. Intrinsic value does not exist when discussing microeconomics, as he was by discussing pricing. Whether or not the market value , that is, the value assigned by the downloadrs and sellers of the good, is higher for the books than for the pdfs, the pdf and the book have no intrinsic value. About the pricing and a few questions Do you game strictly at home, or do you ever go to a game store that provides places for gamers to game?

If you ever go into a store, how many copies of the DnD books does the store carry? Have you considered how much of the store's capital is tied up in those books as a percentage of their total inventory? How about the square footage to display the books?

Now how do you expect the store's owner to feel if those books were available as eBooks for one fourth of the hardcopy retail price? Game stores generally. That's an excellent point, one that's often referred to as "channel conflict" in the wholesale biz.

You don't to piss off your current customer base bookstores and gaming stores unless you're sure the new form PDF's will bring in more profit than you lose with the existing base. Yeah, well they don't have to worry about any conflict. Actually I wouldn't download the hardcover books at those prices either. I'm on the fence personaly The entire idea of having to lug not to mention download a Laptop and charger around to just read a book just dosn't leave me with a good taste in my mouth.

I love the idea of the PDF but making me download it seperate and additional to the book seems a bit too much. I just can't get over the loss of the paper in a "book". Oh and anybody who says to "Just Print it out" will b. Love electronic distribution but While I do love electronic distribution, trying to read something as long as the Spell Compendium in a PDF makes me shudder.

I love being able to physically flip pages, pass the book around and read without a computer. There are certianally things that are nicer about an electronic distribution, but when they try to recreate a book on a computer, it loses a lot of what makes reading on a computer better. When I can do a spin-find, resize the window and have the text rewrap, change fonts for maximum readability, etc.

Until then, I prefer that my books are in fact books, and that my files stay delightfully DRM-free. Dungeons And Dragons 3. Status Not open for further replies. Last edited: Apr 19, Awesome upload, cheese! I just loved this when I was in Elementary school back then. I hope we can have some fun here in this thread maybe start a campaign and then schedule it so that more people can join. I think it's quite difficult to play the pen and paper DnD through a pc, without it being a video game.

Sorry mate but I have to disappoint you here. But if you want any other books, lemme know, ok? Someone could repost the map within an archive file? The revised Monster Manual now contains an adjusted layout that makes monster statistics easier to understand and use. Weave exciting tales of heroism filled with magic and monsters. Please send me that juicy news to michael tribality. Keep in mind, I probably wrote this really late and I now want to change everything Then I wouldn't change a thing.

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