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Phoenix Ash is a post-apocalyptic role-playing game that uses the 5th edition Dungeons & Dragons System Reference Document v5.e (SRD5) as the base ruleset.
|The Phoenix Ash rules are dependant on the Dungeons & Dragons 5th edition System Reference Document (SRD-OGL v5.1), or SRD5. The following rules will parallel these rules and note differences between them.
| Player Info
|| World Reference
|| Running the Setting
- Differences from a normal D&D campaign.
- Rules not used in this campaign setting.
- Character Creation
- Rules, steps and advice for Creating Characters.
- Character Types
- In Phoenix Ash, character type replaces the concept of race as referred to in the SRD5. Race, in this setting, would refer to a specific stabilized species (see below).
- Character Subtypes
- Character Size and Hit Die
- Size of a character and its hit die type.
- Character Proficiency
- The effect of proficiency and its lack.
- Ability Scores
- Numeric representation of a character's physical and mental fortitude.
- Level and Experience Points
- Character Options
- All the ways to customize characters.
- Gear and Equipment
- All the miscellaneous stuff you'll ever need.
- Technology, and Creature Features
- There is no magic in the Phoenix Ash game. However, some technology and creature features may appear "magical".
- History, times, eras.
- Rituals, heirarchies, legends, oral traditions.
- Geography and Environment
- Places and locations of interest in .
- Cosmology and the Planes
- The layout of the cosmos.
- The groupings of people in .
- NPCs, Minions, and Notables
- Sentients your players may see, talk to, or kill.
- Dangers and Diseases
- The hazards of a post-apocalyptical world.
- The inhabitants, beasts, horrid creatures, and savage species.
- Information on this campaign and suggestions.
- Running a Campaign
- Basics on how to run a game with this setting.
- Adventures and Quests
- Things to do in this world.
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