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Player's Handbook: Core Rulebook I (3rd edition)

by Monte Cook, Jonathan Tweet, Skip Williams

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For the year 2000 a new edition of Dungeons and Dragons replaces the old one. This complete set of rules to the game includes a 16 page adventure and a CD-ROM character generator to get the new player up and running straightaway.
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Great info to get me started with D&D. So much fun. ( )
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