For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this age, against spiritual hosts of wickedness in the heavenly places.
Thanks to everyone who has written me during the past few weeks expressing appreciation for my character generators. I am happy that I can now bring most of them back online.
I've been granted specific permission by WoTC to publish and distribute this generator. However, I've been asked to limit my "Fifth Edition" character generator to the content of the free online D&D Basic Rules. I have implemented this by disabling options that are available only in other publications. I thought this was the right choice for everyone, as people can see everything that the "Player's Handbook" offers.
Please write me if you have any comments or questions.
Special thanks to Stephen McArthur, Esq. and to the people at WoTC to whom we all owe so much.
This website is not affiliated, endorsed, or sponsored by Wizards of the Coast® or Hasbro®. Dungeons & Dragons®, and D&D® are registered trademarks of Wizards of the Coast®.
Ed Friedlander MD
March 10, 2015.
Visit my Pathfinder Character Generator also.
Visit my D&D Fourth Edition Character Generator also. Visit my D&D 3.5 Edition Character Generator also.
I am very impressed with the new edition and hope you will purchase it. Playtest ideas and a few languages from previous editions that were not present in the published version but that players might wish to keep are in small type.
This little program is my gift to my fellow-gamers, and my way of saying "thank you" to the hobby's developers. Over a quarter-century, I have enjoyed a cordial relationship with people at TSR/WOTC. In return, I'm glad to help make the process of character creation easier for everyone. Happy adventuring!
Please accept my apologies if this large program fails to load on your computer.
The "Kender" and "Warforged" were races from playtesting that I have kept for now. The monster races are my conceptions of how these might be developed.
Some folks have asked about character aging. At present, I don't know how to implement this. Sorry.
WARNING: Using the "Go Back" feature can make the program lock. I'm debugging this now.