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The Dungeon Master's Guide, released in 2000, is one of three core rulebooks for the initial release of Dungeons & Dragons 3rd edition. If provides the rules and advice for Dungeon Masters to run the D&D game.

It is commonly abbreviated DMG or DMG3E, and unofficially termed the DMG 3.0. It was superceded by the Dungeon Master's Guide (3.5) (2003).

Content

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Development and release

Development

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Release

The Dungeon Master's Guide was released in September 2000 as a 224-page hardback sourcebook. It released with a recommended retail price of US $19.95 or $30.99 Canadian. It used the product code TSR11511 and an ISBN of 0-7869-1551-X.[1]

An unused early preview version of the cover depicted the book with a variant of the Player's Handbook (3.0) (2000) cover, except bound in blue and silver instead of brown and gold.[1] The final release used its own unique binding.

Unlike most first-party D&D third edition sourcebooks, the D&D 3.0 core rulebooks did not receive a later digital release.

Reception and influence

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References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Previews, Dragon #275 (Sep 2000), p.24.