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This Wikia details the publicly available rules for the 5th Edition of Dungeons and Dragons, as of early 2018.

This Wikia is not a reprint of the books and does not substitute buying the actual rules of the game. The information provided by this Wikia is only what is deemed essential and thus, by nature, is incomplete in comparison to the books. It is not intended to be a gaming manual. Please do not use this Wikia as a replacement for the actual publications provided by Wizards of the Coast, and be sure to purchase the official material when possible.

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What is Dungeons & Dragons?

Dungeons and Dragons (D&D) is a pen-and-paper fantasy roleplaying game that has gone through many iterations (most recently 5th edition). In it, players design characters to roleplay and complete missions and challenges presented by the Dungeon Master (DM), fighting enemies and solving puzzles along the way. The storyline of each game is normally free-form: the DM can decide what to include, and the players contribute their own unique playstyles. Even if you use a pre-scripted campaign, the experience can be hugely different depending on the players. Regardless of the edition, there are three main books that you generally need to play the game.

This game is set in a medieval time period, so everything is somewhat old-fashioned. The game is aged 10+, because it has swallow-able pieces and younger kids will find it sort of hard. There are lots of rules, dice, monsters and characters. 

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