Creating a character can be a laborious task and it is very easy to miss steps in the creation process. This guide is tailored for creating level 1 characters and can also be used d&d players handbook 3.5 pdf DnD 3. 5 as well, but certain aspects have changed as the game has evolved.
There are multiple options in the order of character creation, but I have found most success in the following. Also, you can decide your character’s name and alignment at any point of the creation process. For the sake of simplicity we will break the guide up into sections. You have 6 Ability scores to roll for: Strength, Dexterity, Constitution, Intellect, and Wisdom. You do not need to assign these scores yet, but you can if you want to. Decide the race of your character.
Write it, and the race’s speed, down onto the character sheet. You will want to assign your highest score to your primary stat and the rest in decreasing importance. You can find your primary stat either on your class page or the table on page 45. Back on your chosen race page you will find that your race will get a bonus and a negative to certain ability scores. Add these to your assigned scores. You will also want to write down the ability modifiers below the scores.
You can find those on page 13. On the class page there is predetermined equipment that you can choose from. If you want something other than what’s listed you can try to bargain with your dungeon master, but try to choose equipment of similar power. You can find all equipment starting on page 143. After you have chosen your armor you will calculate your Armor Class. We have a be nice policy.
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