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Introduction to the 1e Thief

So you want to play a Thief in 1st Edition? Let’s talk about what to expect, how to use it, and how to make it your own (besides personality, of course).

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Introduction to the 1e Fighter

So you want to play a Fighter in 1st Edition? Let’s talk about what to expect, how to use it, and how to make it your own (besides personality, of course).

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Introduction to the 1e Magic-user

So you want to play a Magic-user in 1st Edition? Let’s talk about what to expect, how to use it, and how to make it your own (besides personality, of course).

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Introduction to the 1e Cleric

So you want to play a Cleric in 1st Edition? Let’s talk about what to expect, how to use it, and how to make it your own (besides personality, of course).

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Player Introduction to 1st Edition AD&D (from 5e)

So you’re looking to play some first edition Dungeons and Dragons? Given the popularity of 5th edition and my recent exploration of 1st, I thought I’d write up some notes from my own understanding about what a player can expect … Continue reading

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