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"Dungeons & Dragons" Basics I

Test your knowledge of basic Dungeons & Dragons v3.5 rules.


 

Quiz ID:#7435
Fun:*** (2.31)
Difficulty:** (1.57)
Category:Hobbies > Games
Created By:ValcristAus******

 

 

 



#1   When creating a character, the six statistics that define the character are: strength, dexterity, constitution, intelligence, wisdom, and ________.







#2   All characters controlled by players are human.




#3   "The Knight in Shining Armor", "The Holy Warrior", "The Pure Champion of Goodness", all could describe the _______.







#4   The wizard studies and prepares his or her spells before casting them. The sorcerer casts his or her spells spontaneously.




#5   Some skills actually represent many separate skills, grouped together. Which of these is NOT such a skill, but rather is self-contained?







#6   Many feats that a character can acquire have prerequisites for taking that feat. Which of the following does NOT require a certain degree of strength to take?







#7   Dungeons & Dragons uses an arbitrary system to define a character's ethics and morality, with no middle ground between good and evil.




#8   Coins, in the world of Dungeons & Dragons, come in many denominations. For the sake of simplicity, adventurers usually deal in _____ pieces.







#9   The scale commonly used for Dungeons & Dragons miniatures is five feet in every ____. (game distance to real distance)

Your Answer: (Show Hint)

#10   Adventures in Dungeons & Dragons are undertaken exclusively underground (hence, "Dungeons").




#11   Challenge question: What is the perennial favorite spell of a mage? (Hint: It's also the favorite special effect for action movie directors)

Your Answer: (Show Hint)

 

 


   



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