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Hi. My name is JC and I'm new to Dungeons & Dragons 3rd Edition and… 
26th-Jun-2003 07:53 pm
Hi. My name is JC and I'm new to Dungeons & Dragons 3rd Edition and the group which I've began playing with is all out of town for the next day or so and I was hoping to have my character fleshed out by the time they get back. Well, the first snag I've hit is determining my beginning wealth. With my previous character, I began with 120 gp, but I'm not sure how that happened because our DM was 'big-brothering' me thorugh it. Can someone point me in the right direction?
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26th-Jun-2003 06:37 pm (UTC)
Yeah, use to get pushed around as a kid, lol. I bought both Players Handbook and Dungeon Masters guide, just so I don't get swindled or pushed into something I lose interest in. Remember, make a character you like, but try not to get too attached to them...cause they can die anytime, lol.
26th-Jun-2003 06:43 pm (UTC)
There's two things you can do....

One you can get the randomly determined starting gold that's at the beginning of the equipment chapter of the players handbook. (Pg. 95) or each character has a starting package that includes a basic run of equipment and some pocket change.

Your DM may have certain house rules regarding starting gold but those are the official rules on the subject.

What are you playing anyway?
29th-Jun-2003 10:30 am (UTC) - You're lucky i've got the DM guide
Page 43 of the DM Guide, Table 2-24: Starting equipment for PC's above 1st level. Level 2: 900gp, Level 3: 2,700gp, Level 4: 5,400gp, Level 5: 9,000gp, Level 6: 13,000gp. Too many other levels to write, so if you're 'fleshing out' your character at a higher level than that, borrow someone's DM Guide. If you're starting out at level 1 follow this Table: Barbarian 4d4 x10, Bard 4d4 x10, Cleric 5d4 x10, Druid 2d4 x10, Fighter 6d4 x10, Monk 5d4, Paladin 6d4 x10, Ranger 6d4 x10, Rogue 5d4 x10, Sorcerer 3d4 x10, Wizard 3d4 x10. This Table is taken from page 95 of the Players Handbook, However the Monk may be wrong, it could be a misprint, it's kinda unfair everyone else gets x10 cept for Monk. If anyone else reads this, tell me if i've got a misprint please?
3rd-Jul-2003 07:44 am (UTC) - Re: You're lucky i've got the DM guide
Nope, it says the same in my book, too.

They're not suppose to have much equipment anyway, so money isn't really a necessity for Monks.

Liebshund,
~Giomanach
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