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Need help with finding and researching Dungeons and Dragons monsters, magical items, and races? Searching here includes information on the various races, classes, backgrounds, equipment, and other customization options that you can choose from. You will find details the rules of how to play the game, beyond the basics described in other online references. Few D&D adventures end without something magical happening. Whether helpful or harmful, magic appears frequently in the life of an adventurer, and it all can be found here.

For adventurers, though, magic is key to their survival. Without the healing magic of clerics and paladins, adventurers would quickly succumb to their wounds. Without the uplifting magical support of bards and clerics, warriors might be overwhelmed by powerful foes. Without the sheer magical power and versatility of wizards and druids, every threat would be magnified tenfold.

Magic is also a favored tool of villains. Many adventures are driven by the machinations of spellcasters who are hellbent on using magic for some ill end. A cult leader seeks to awaken a god who slumbers beneath the sea, a hag kidnaps youths to magically drain them of their vigor, a mad wizard labors to invest an army of automatons with a facsimile of life, a dragon begins a mystical ritual to rise up as a god of destruction-these are just a few of the magical threats that adventurers might face. With magic of their own, in the form of spells and magic items, the adventurers might prevail!

You will find over 500 spells and over 3,000 magical items from many sources, from Xanathars Guide to Everything to Out of the Abyss, from Players Handbook to Dungeon Masters Guide. But there is more to these reference pages. There are over 3,000 monsters, an encounter builder and nearly 2,000 different tables. Here, you can learn about the game, its mechanics, create encounters, research adventuring and many more elements to Dungeons and Dragons.

There are search filters that are very handy, monsters that you can scale their Challenge Rating (CR), create character backgrounds, deities and demi-gods, adventures, maps, customizable Dungeon Masters Screen, and so much more.

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