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Player's Handbook

Player s Handbook This is the essential ADD reference book for players and Dungeon Masters It features the complete set of core rules in a stunning full color presentation Separate edition as previous ADD nd edition a

  • Title: Player's Handbook
  • Author: David Zeb Cook Zeb Cook
  • ISBN: 9780786903290
  • Page: 296
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This is the essential ADD reference book for players and Dungeon Masters It features the complete set of core rules in a stunning full color presentation.Separate edition as previous ADD 2nd edition as book has been revamped and updated with significant changes to structure and content.

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    1. This was the first D&D book I ever owned. I saved up my left over lunch money from school, and did odd jobs for neighbors to save up the money to buy this book. I have very fond memories of this book, I bought it some 17 years ago I think, and it was worth every penny. I read it so many times I can still do THAC0, even though I haven't looked at it in years. D&D 2nd edition is still my preferred system when playing D&D, but I'll play 3E or Pathfinder just as well, but I wont touch 4E [...]

    2. I played edition oneen moved up to edition 2. While I enjoyed first edition this one was in my opinion the best they ever released I gave it 5 stars for pure enjoyment. As I've said elsewhere, I've played electronic RPGs but I have a special place in my heart for table top games.

    3. I miss THAC0. It may have made no sense (you want high stats. High is good. Except for THAC0. That you want low, because you have to roll OVER it), but its old-school. TSR fixed a number of the problems from 1E, and, more importantly, published this when I was 10, so its shadow has hung over my gaming ever since. This probably deserves three-stars, but this is just so influencial - if you think of role-playing games, the first thing you think of is probably AD&D 2E; if you've ever held a pol [...]

    4. I actually thought this book was very interesting, just to read front to back. lol, I know it's not that kind of book, but it means that it was written very well if that's how I read it. Perhaps I just like the idea of such an imaginative, fantasy-like game, but still. If you think you're completely out of reading material, you should try picking one of these books up and starting Dungeons & Dragons. I have yet to actually play a game, though. I'd recommend it, I guess, to any Dungeons & [...]

    5. Well much as I loved 1ed I actually do still prefer 2ed. The recent re-release made me want to get the old books out and run it again so now to celebrate my 30th year as a gamer that's exactly what I'm doing !

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