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Variant RulesEdit

Supplemental Variant RulesEdit

A supplemental variant rule can be implemented into a campaign with little or no change in the core dynamics. These rules cover an area that the core rules do not cover or do not cover well. {{#dpl: debug=1

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Transformational Variant RulesEdit

A transformational variant rule, when implemented into a campaign, will change the core dynamics. These rules change the core rules to make them more playable or more realistic while staying within the d20 framework. {{#dpl: debug=1

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Radical Variant RulesEdit

These are other radical rule variants: {{#dpl: debug=1

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Not-Categorized Edit

These have yet to be categorized for how they implement into typical D&D rules. Please help and categorize these.

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