In August, I wrote a blog entry with a list of the best way to level up in 5e D&D. I wanted to keep that list updated, but it was taking forever. So, I decided to make an app.

Since the release of D&D 5E, the popularity of the game has skyrocketed, so much so that it’s now being referred to as the new ‘monopoly’ in the gaming world. However, many new players are intimidated by the sheer number of classes, subclasses, and classes within classes. What are these? Why are they important? How do they all fit together? Answers to these questions and more can be found in this article.

When the 5th edition of the Dungeons & Dragons (D&D) Players Handbook was released in 2014, it introduced a host of new rules and mechanics, as well as a multitude of new classes. If you’re new to the game or looking for some inspiration when creating a character, this collection provides an excellent overview of all the available options.

Looking for guides on how to best optimise or build a class or concept in your D&D 5th Edition game?

For your next Dungeons & Dragons character, there are a variety of class manuals available. Enworld deserves credit for initiating this project.

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Barbarian Guides

Bard Guides

Cleric Guides

Druid Guides

Fighter Guides

Monk Guides

Paladin Guides

Ranger Guides

Rogue Guides

Sorcerer Guides

Warlock Guides

Wizard Guides

Guides for Multiple Classes


Guides for Dungeon Masters

Other 5th Edition Guides

The majority of the following instructions were compiled from Enword forums. Some were initially posted on the Wizards of the Coast forums, but when WotC deleted them, they were moved to other websites.

We’ve included them here in the hopes of assisting anyone seeking to improve their character.

You may possibly discover some of our instructions in the aforementioned sites.

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When the light goes down, Daniel ‘Sheriff Dan’ Ryan is a long-time Dungeon Master who has worked in Esports, Marketing, and writes about gaming.


Holly is the smartest person you will ever know (Or so she tells us lol). She's a gamer by heart, and an author by soul. Writing for the website g15tools is a dream come true for her - she loves being able to share her thoughts and insights with others who love gaming as much as she does. When she's not writing or gaming, Holly can be found spending time with her friends and family.