The Dungeons and Dragons wiki is dedicated to all things Dungeons and Dragons. Here you will find general information on the various editions, campaign settings, and sourcebooks that make the game we love what it is as well as a vibrant homebrew community. Anyone can jump in and add to existing canon material or create their own homebrew pages with easy-to-use preloads that automatically format and categorize pages.
This wiki needs more active contributors! If you need any help with your participation, please contact the wiki manager.
Check out the New Players Guide for an introduction to this classic game.
Our canon section is still growing, and we want to collect information about all the races, creatures, spells and more that have been published over the years. This section is everything you'd expect from a traditional wiki, with encyclopedic articles and citations about the game.
Our homebrew section is author centric, built around aggressive quality control, and focused on providing content for many different styles of play. We want to help you find material from our collection that you can use in your campaigns without balance concerns. To that end we list the author of the material on each page and attempt to tag the article with a balance point that indicates what sort of games it would be most appropriate in. Please see Dungeons and Dragons Wiki:Balance Points for a more complete explanation of our balance points.
We have some policies for homebrew material that differ from most wikis, however. The most important of these is that we ask that you not make mechanical changes to the work of others without their permission. Please see Homebrew Content Requirements for further information on our homebrew policies. To see a list of articles that the author specifically requested input on, feel free to check out our Help Wanted page.
A short new player guide is available; help on fleshing it out to help get new players into the game is welcome!
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We're improving our layout and navigation. In order of probable completion:
- Fix the 3.5e equipment navigation pages and rethink the equipment categorizations in general.
- Standardize formats between editions where appropriate.
- Edit pages to conform to new properties, categories, and navigation bits.