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Visual Guide to Thieves

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Are you a DM running a game for new players? Are you a new player yourself? Or does your mind draw a blank when it's time to level up?

The Complete Visual Guides are a series of intuitive, easy-to-digest guides to the twelve D&D classes. They take the class information and features and visually reinterpret them so that even a beginner can follow.

This preview of the rogue class introduces the Thief roguish archetype from the Basic Rules. Beginner players can expect to have every option and all the information to make informed choices and thoroughly understand this roguish archetype.

This subclass guide includes the following:

  • A walkthrough of the Thief archetype from 1st to 5th level with accompanying level-up cards, 
  • A class-specific page of tips and advice, 
  • A pregenerated character presented at 1st and 5th levels.

Where Are the Other Six Roguish Archetypes?
Complete Visual Guides to Rogues 
 Complete Visual Guides to the Core Classes

 
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December 3rd, 2018
Greetings and Salutations, I would like to do a bit of promotional work. See There is this guy on DMsGuild who makes class guides that are really well made from just the preview alone. And for those who are getting into dnd I'd say this is a pretty goo [...]
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June 29th, 2018
These are great - keep 'em coming! :) Very handy for a player coming back to the game after many years. [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on June 28, 2018.