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Simplified 5e Spellbook Bundle

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When D&D 5e came out I was pretty pleased with it, except for the spell section. I liked how in 3.5 there was a simplified spell list for each class that you could look at for a quick reference. This was helpful for making characters as a player and helpful for a DM when you don't have time to flip through a massive index of spells just to get a general idea of what your player is doing. 

So I made a simpliefied spell list for each class that has access to spells in 5e inspired by the ones in 3.5. They are sorted by level with basic descrptions for each spell. All the spells listed are from the Players Handbook and the descriptions are condesnsed and paraphrased for quick reference. 

This bundle includes spellbooks for each class in the Players Handbook that has access to spells. 

If you like what you see feel free to toss some money, I'm a college DM so any purchase is appreciated. :) 

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J. Michael L March 18, 2018 8:10 pm UTC
Do these include Xanathar's spells, or even SCAG, or EEPC?
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Charlotte J April 13, 2018 8:41 pm UTC
Hi J! Sorry I didn't respond to this sooner for some reason the site didn't notify me. Unfortunately I am in grad school at the moment so I haven't had time to update these with the new book material. You haven't been the only one to request it though so once I'm out of school and I've settled down a bit I'd love to update them! :)
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william O November 12, 2017 12:00 pm UTC
Handy for my newer players. The biggest thing I have had to do and what could be good to add is to add if the spell is "concentration", or not. Could be a simply * and say at bottom or throw a (c) at the end of the spell description.
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william O November 12, 2017 12:24 pm UTC
Also would be helpful to have a list of all the spells from all books and list rituals in the same manor as I recommended for concentration above.
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Charlotte J November 14, 2017 8:17 pm UTC
Thanks for the recommendation Will. :) I'll keep that in mind next time I have available time to edit these.
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Gabriel E September 12, 2017 10:58 pm UTC
Your spell lists don't note the school of magic on them, even for the wizard. This is nice, but without that information it's still note a terribly handy reference for specialist wizards or archetype casters with limited access to schools of magic.
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Charlotte J September 13, 2017 10:18 pm UTC
That's a good point, I didn't even think about that when I made these ages ago! The Core book doesn't have this as well. I likely didn't think about it at the time because as both a DM and a player I was not fond of specialty spellcasters. Thanks for pointing it out though! If I have time I'll see about editing them. :)
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Griffin P June 08, 2017 6:33 pm UTC
These are very handy! I did notice that the Ranger book seems to be missing Hunter's Mark.
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Charlotte J June 08, 2017 10:47 pm UTC
Huh I never noticed that. And I made these a couple years ago! I'll see if I can find the original doc so I can edit it. :) (As in the original word document I used to make the PDF)
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Griffin P June 09, 2017 1:19 pm UTC
Cool! I find combining your supplements here with this one:

to make an overall easier time for players. They don't have to flip through all the pages in the PHB constantly.
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Charlotte J June 09, 2017 10:44 pm UTC
Ooo those are awesome, thanks for showing them to me! I have some new players that those will certainly come in handy for.
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Charlotte J June 12, 2017 7:42 pm UTC
I went ahead and added it, as well as fixing the Warlock spellbook as well. Thanks again for letting me know!
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