Character class (Dungeons & Dragons)

Character Class (Dungeons & Dragons)

Character class (Dungeons & Dragons)

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A character class is a fundamental part of the identity and nature of characters in the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game. A character's capabilities, strengths, and weaknesses are largely defined by his or her chosen class; choosing a class is one of the first steps a player takes in order to create a Dungeons & Dragons player character. A well-rounded party of characters requires a variety of abilities offered by the diverse classes in the game. ''Dungeons & Dragons'' classes have generally been defined in the '''', one of the three core rulebooks; a variety of alternate classes have also been defined in supplemental sourcebooks.

Dungeons & Dragons was the first game to introduce the usage of character classes to role-playing. Many other role-playing games have since used the idea as well.


A character's class affects a character's skills and abilities directly. For instance, a fighter is likely to have large amounts of hit points and possess great skill at attacking an opponent directly in physical combat, while a wizard would be physically frail yet have a selection of powerful magic spells with which to aid the party.

As a character gains experience points, they are likely to increase the "level" of their class. Each increase grants the bonuses of the next level, strengthening the character. Throughout the editions of Dungeons & Dragons, an increase in level has generally brought about increased hit...
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