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Resources

Character Building Tools

Die Rollers

  • AnyDice — A powerful tool for calculating and portraying the probability of results from virtually any die rolling mechanic. Useful when writing house rules which rely on new rolling mechanics, or for dissecting the game's rules. — http://www.anydice.com
  • WotC Die Rollerhttps://www.wizards.com/dnd/dice/dice.htm

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Sites To Look for or Play D&D

In Person
Online
Downloadable
  • Fantasy Grounds — A virtual tabletop that can host games and has a number of automated functions to quicken gameplay. — http://fantasygrounds.com
  • Foundry Virtual Tabletop — A virtual tabletop that the DM hosts and players connect directly through their browser. — https://foundryvtt.com/

Publishers

D&D

Storefronts

  • DM's Guild — A storefront focused primarily on the sale of D&D 5e material, though the site contains content for a variety of editions of D&D — https://www.dmsguild.com/
  • Drive Thru RPG — A ttrpg storefront that sells a variety of published material from homebrew to official — https://www.drivethrurpg.com/index.php
  • Roll 20 5e Compendium — A WotC licensed redistributor of official 5e content. You may buy officially published books that are not part of the SRD to use through their service. — https://roll20.net/compendium/dnd5e/BookIndex

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Systems Based on D&D

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5e Variants

  • Level Up Advanced 5th Edition — A deeper, more flexible enhancement of the 5e ruleset that intends to be backward compatible with 5e. — https://www.levelup5e.com/

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