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Third Edition, the REAL D20 version!
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Year Published
2005
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16 pages
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English
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Description Edit | History

Released at PolyCon XXIII, this version added a bestiary and was published separately from the con book. Still free. Included some art even.

However, the art was deliberately unfinished, as was supposedly the game. The authors were poking fun at the fact that 3rd ed D&D was released before it was ready, and there are occasional notes from the "editor" throughout saying things like "we might want to move this" or "this should go here". Plus, there are deliberate typos sprinkled throughout.

The joke even extends to the price -- it's unlisted (the game was given away). However, the preface talks about how it'll make the authors rich.

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