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3.5 to 5th Edition Skills Conversion


After years of enjoying the 3.5 Edition of D&D, players and DMs often find it difficult to shift to the no-skills 5th Edition.

"I Move Silently and then Search the room", "Make a Spot check".

It takes a while to change the language and get a feel for the new ways of working.

This handy quick reference guide takes away the pain and helps you quickly convert.

All the main checks and a handy Difficulty Class reminder are presented on a single page - print it and pin it to your DM screen for everyone to see.

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Trampas W February 05, 2017 3:53 am UTC
I was going to do a quick review or rate this product, but it says I have to buy it to do that. It's free and I checked out with it. So not sure what the deal is.

For anyone reading the discussion, this product is a nice one-page summary that is very useful for anyone converting a character from 3.5 to 5th edition.

Good job!
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Trampas W December 19, 2016 5:21 am UTC
I would recommend looking over the product description and correcting the spelling errors.

It's a great concept, but when we're talking about the language of one edition vs. the other, it doesn't lend well to one's credibility to have spelling errors.
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Simon H January 26, 2017 12:17 pm UTC
Many thanks for taking the time to provide some feedback.
I had a look and couldn't see any errors in my source. I'd be grateful if you could point me to the specifics so that I can provide an update.
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Simon H January 26, 2017 12:41 pm UTC
Scrub my previous comment - the errors were in the item description, not the product itself. Many thanks
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Trampas W February 05, 2017 3:26 am UTC
Thanks for looking into that. :)
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