It’s All About Class

My old nostalgia…

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In its 40 years of history,   Dungeons and Dragons has featured a large amount of different classes for people to play as. Each new edition and supplement handbook brought new archetypes for adventurers…though not all classes were home runs as blogger Rob Bricken can attest to. In his article The 24 Most Embarrassing Dungeons & Dragons Character Classes, he went over some more…inspired classes from older editions of D&D such as Beggar, Clown, or Fetishist which really are better left forgotten. While he mostly tears apart these useless classes, he does reaffirm that despite this D&D has far more well-made classes than it does bad.

From the beginning with the 1st edition of D&D, this tabletop RPG’s classes can be grouped into a few main categories: Fighters, Wizards, Clerics, Rogues, and Rangers. According to Wizards of the Coast, the distributor and current owner of D&D, these are…

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