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    Exclamation DnD 3.5e Resources Compilation

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    Alright, here we go.

    I've been playing DnD since 3.0, and I made the switch to 3.5 after returning from a tour overseas (It was new and shiny and I had plenty of post-deployment money). I couldn't have been happier with 3.5, honestly.

    However with the wheels of progress moving forward rather quickly on 4.0, I'm wondering if anyone knows of a consolidated listing of websites with resources for 3.5. If there's one on these forums I'd love to find it, but my searches have really brought up nothing. Besides, with all the people not making the switch (or vehemently protesting it, w/e) I could see the need for at least a listing of websites that we can continue to glean resources from to keep playing 3.5.

    So, with all of that being said, who wants to be the first person to list a solid website with lots of content? Hmm, anyone?
    "All you need is ignorance and confidence, then success is assured." -Mark Twain

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    http://www.rpgnow.com

    This is a searchable indie-published database with just about any resource you can imagine. Much of the work is in downloadable pdfs for really cheap (or free in some cases).

    Developer for Darkage Warlord, a Pen & Paper Games exclusive Medieval Wargame.

    If you are in the DC metro area and like to trade D&D minis (1.0 or 2.0), please send me a PM!

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    Hypertext d20 SRD Highly useful resource

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    Paizo publishing is continuing to support 3.x, you could try your query there (they have new rules as a free pdf download -alpha test, too)

    http://paizo.com/paizo/messageboards

    and while I don't know about a comprehensive list, but many people over there feel the same.

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    I appreciate the quick replies everyone. If anyone else has more to add, it'd be greatly appreciated (I'm sure not just by me, either). It looks like this thread will become the consolidated list I was hoping for earlier.

    Keep 'em coming guys, thanks.
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    Or not...
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    For DM's, and some things general players may want:
    http://www.dndadventure.com/dnda_dm_resources.html

    There's always Heroforge and it's related aplications:
    www.nzcomputers.net/heroforge/

    Now, if you mean a complete compliation of books and what not...can't help you there, but these are some of the nicer gathering of web aps out on the net AFAIK.

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    http://members.tripod.com/~phammer/dndlist0.html - The most complete listing of Dungeons and Dragons products I've found so far.

    http://www.canonfire.com/cfhtml/index.php - An excellent resource for the Greyhawk campaign setting.

    http://www.dndadventure.com/ - Some extra, player-created information, as well as a great resource for custom character/spell sheets.

    http://hiddenway.tripod.com/world/ - Extensive website on world-building and homebrew campaigns.

    Now, that's not necessarily all 3e/3.5 exclusively, but it's some of the websites I use in order to find information and resources for my game.
    Last edited by Talmek; 06-12-2008 at 08:21 AM. Reason: Appearances
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