Volume 3 Issue 143 – A Beginner’s Guide to 1st Edition AD&D

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Greyhawk Weather Generator suuronen.eu/wf/
Dragonlance Weather Generator www.dlnexus.com/weather/

Table Manners – Character Creation – 27:36.423
1. DMG p11 – dice rolling method
2. PHB p.15 to 17 Choose Race
3. PHB p14 apply Race modifiers
4. PHB p 9 to 13 apply ability modifiers
5. PHB p.18- 32 Choose class
6. PHB p. 33 chose alignment
7. PHB p34 character alignments
8. PHB p35 Money Equipment
9. DMG p 79 Saving throws
10. DMG p74 To Hit Chart
12. PHB p 40 Decide upon spells (if applicable)
13. DMG P12 Secondary Skill roll (optional)
14. DMG p12-13 Random roll age (optional)
15. DMG p102 height and weight (optional)
16. Name, description and background stuff.

DM Rules – Combat and Weapon Speed – 1:17:31.257

Creature Feature Theater – The low level creatures – 2:08:45.142

Outro – 2:23:49.897

3 comments on “Volume 3 Issue 143 – A Beginner’s Guide to 1st Edition AD&D”

  1. Erebran

    Long time listener, first time caller…the episode I’ve been waiting for…particularly the combat sequence…thanks!

  2. Keith Haddad

    You guys were talking about Weather tracking charts for dragonlance but you seemed to find the phases of the moon to be pointless.
    I think you guys forgot that the phases of the moon is very integral to the dragonlance world. Wizards draw their magic partially by the phases of the moon. Also, saving throws are affected by the phases of the moon.

    Love the show, keep up the great work…..

    Keith

  3. DM-Chad

    You make an excellent point Keith. I had forgotten that in Krynn, each of the three schools foolowed a moon. Well caught.:)

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